Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This little oscilloscope is amazing enough as it is, particularly considering how little it costs compared to most digital storage scopes.
But one of the neatest features is that the software is Open Source, allowing people to write their own versions of the interface.
By Vincent from Canada
This little scope gives you everything you need for debugging simple micro electronics and digital controls projects.
I personally use it in a classroom setting when going from desk to desk assisting students. Given the cost and size of the device well worth the buy.
By Alberto Millan from USA
small 'scope easy to use, good response in excess of 20 MHz.
Used to troubleshoot radio equipment and works as adveretised.
By Paul from Russia
Nice oscilloscope. It took me some time plus a magnifying glass to read and understand the manual on how to set channel A DC coupling with those multi function buttons.
Other than that, it's awesome to have it in such a small package. I'm still learning, though.
By John from Italy
I used this when I was an electrical engineering student.
It works great with all my project. It is alittle laggy, but when you dont have access to a full oscilloscope, this thing is great.
By Andrew from Malta
I have four other laboratory grade oscilloscopes, but this is the one I use most often.
It has features that are sometimes only found on scopes that cost thousands of dollars.
By steve from UK
As for the comment "This is NOT a 72MHz bandwidth scope" ...
I don't know how to respond to that except to say that you should learn how to read spec sheets and understand what they mean.
There is a big difference between sample rate and bandwidth - that is a subject for third year engineering students.
By Mike from German