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hpr2014 :: A first look at the Owon B35T Part 2

More clicking of things, Bluetooth happens, things are taken apart...

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Part of the series: Hobby Electronics

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

In this episode of HPR you get to hear more of the things on NYbill's electronics bench that make clicking noises.

The review of the Owon B35T's continues. Bluetooth is now working. And we get an inside look at the meter.

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Comment #1 posted on 2016-04-21T09:09:36Z by Mike Ray

Great Show

Great second part to this. I love all the plasticky sounds and clicks of taking the thing apart and looking inside, putting it back together etc.

I can really imagine the workbench strewn with test-probes and other electronic hackery detritis :-)

Comment #2 posted on 2016-04-21T19:04:22Z by NYbill

Its a brand new bench!

About 4 months ago my wife decided she no longer wanted a 4x6' glass top desk that was in our spare room. So, I grabbed it. The glass top would be good for hot work. Soldering, hot air, etc...

I set all my gear up on it and made a nice, clean, dedicated space in the computer room for electronics work.

And... then I used it. It hasn't been clean since. :P

Yes, I confess, the bench/desk is how you describe it. Strewn with test gear, parts, and tools. Always with multiple projects going on at once.

But, that is how it should be! ;)

Comment #3 posted on 2016-04-25T19:47:56Z by Ken Fallon

Logging in android

Hi NYbill,

Did I miss it or was it possible to log values over time in the app ?


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