Anyone that enjoys prototyping using a electronics and breadboards maybe interested in a new USB oscilloscope that has been created by nLabs base in Chicago called the nScope.
As well as being an USB oscilloscope the nLabs nScope also provides a variety of other features including a function generator, together with a power supply that turns any laptop into an electronics workbench.
Watch the video below to learn more about the nScope which is currently on Kickstarter an available to pledge for from just $69 :
“nScope is a portable electronics workbench. We created nScope to make electronics easy and affordable, and to provide a tool that is safe for beginners, and powerful enough for experts. Electronics can be easier. The startup cost for equipment is huge, even just probes for an oscilloscope can be prohibitively expensive for hobbyists. Our goal is to provide accessibility to electronics, and this means that everyone should have a workbench
nScope is a usb-powered device that plugs into an electronics prototyping breadboard. nScope’s main function is an oscilloscope. Much like a multimeter, an oscilloscope measures voltages in a circuit. But unlike a multimeter, it stores voltages over time and displays them in a graph. This makes nScope much more useful for observing sensor signals and dynamic circuits. nScope’s software interface maximizes the graph space, and provides controls for setting the measurement speed and range.”
For more information on the new nScope breadboard USB oscilloscope jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make a pledge.