Two channel handheld Digital oscilloscope
- Real-Time Sampling Rate: 200MSa/s
- Display Size: 3.0 - 4.9 Inches
- Band Width: Less than 60MHz
- Display resolution: 320*240 Pixels
- Max Waveform Capture Rate: 30,000wfm/s
- DIY Supplies: Electrical
- Record Length: 16k
- Digital Channels: 2
unlike the voltmeter, with an oscilloscope, you can not only see the mean values of the voltage in the circuits measured but also the change and shape of that voltage through time.
All oscilloscopes have screens on which the waveform is shown. The screen can be a cathode-ray tube type, a liquid crystal display (LCD) or in the form of a computer program. The typical oscilloscope screen is divided into equal spaces (divisions) which allow to visually interpreting the parameters of the signal.
The graphics shown on the monitor are called waveforms. Usually, oscilloscopes show only waveforms of the voltage. This form of visualization shows the change of voltage through time.
The divisions marked on the horizontal(x) axis allow for the time parameters to be measured, and the vertical(y) axis allow for the voltage values to be measured.