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hpr1503 :: Making Waves-The DSO Pocket Oscilloscope

NYbill discusses the DSO Pocket Oscilloscope v3. A few circuits are set up to test it

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Tags: electronics,oscilloscope,555 timer,teensy.
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Part of the series: Hobby Electronics

Building electronic devices and kits, repairing electronics and learning about components and their uses.

NYbill discusses the DSO Pocket Oscilloscope v3. A few test circuits are set up to put the scope through its paces.

The DSO at Adafruit: https://www.adafruit.com/products/468

The 555 timer chip: http://electronicsclub.info/555timer.htm#astable

The script used to blink the Teensy: http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/loader_linux.html

Pictures for the episode: http://media.gunmonkeynet.net/u/nybill/collection/pics-for-an-hpr-ep-making-waves/


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Comment #1 posted on 2014-04-24T00:19:14Z by NYbill

Oops, misspoke...

I just realized, toward the end of the episode, I made a hypothetical example of a 3v AC wave going positive for 3v then negative for 3v. I called it "3v peak to peak".

This would of course be 6v, peak to peak.

Comment #2 posted on 2014-05-11T04:50:30Z by Peter64

Looking forward to listening to this one NYBill, have looked at these things numerous times, just don't have a good enough reason to buy one though.

Comment #3 posted on 2014-05-12T21:26:16Z by Peter

Bugger

Now I not only want one of these but a breadboard, 555 timer & all the other cool stuff to play with, Good stuff.

Comment #4 posted on 2014-05-29T19:14:32Z by NYbill

Ha, sorry Pete.

I shouldn't show you my 3 multi-meters as well then... You'll want more toys. ;)

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