If you enjoy building electronic projects but your budget doesn’t quite stretch to purchasing a professional oscilloscope, you might be interested in a new SmartScope Oscilloscope which has been created by LabNation based in Brussels Belgium.
The SmartScope Oscilloscope is the world’s first 100MS/s open source oscilloscope for iPad, Android and PC and offers an alternative to buying professional Oscilloscope. Watch the video after the jump to see how the SmartScope Oscilloscope could help with troubleshooting your electronic projects.
“An oscilloscope is the basic measurement device for anyone involved in hardware tinkering: it allows you to see how the voltage behaves at any point in your design, at any moment in time. Much like a breakpoint in software, which allows you to verify the value of all variables at a certain moment in time. The SmartScope oscilloscope combines 3 high-end instruments into 1 mobile, smart device. Accessible previously only to high-tech labs, the SmartScope allows everyone to own a personal lab!
Starring a dual-channel 100MS/s oscilloscope, the SmartScope oscilloscope is the world’s first lab instrument which works on both PC, laptop, tablet and smartphone. This is a must-have for any maker, and for anybody involved in hardware development!”
Features of the SmartScope oscilloscope include:
- 2x100MS/s 45MHz Oscilloscope
- 50MS/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator
- Digital logic analyzer at 100MS/s
- Digital waveform generator at 100MS/s
- 200 waveforms/second data updates
The SmartScope Oscilloscope project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think SmartScope Oscilloscope is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help SmartScope Oscilloscope become a reality.
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