I have a radio shack 'probescope' (display is about 1/2" x 3/4" with very
course pixels), it does work, although I modified it to have better
resolution (had .1 1v 10v ranges before, added /2 and /5 switch), and while
it doesn't tell much, it is much better than a meter, I have used it for
reading tone ring sensors for abs, oxy sensor, and a number of other things
on the car (if I need better resolution, I can (and have) hook(ed) it up to
a computer as long as it's win 95/98(/me?) with a serial port.) a modern
handheld scope should be much nicer. I think it would be a useful thing.
Please let me know what you get (or have gotten) if it's different than the
velleman and how you like it.
Scott R (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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From: "John T. Blair" <email@example.com>
> Hey gang,
> I've been bouncing around the idea of trying to get a hand held
> Ocilloscope for
> working on cars and other things. I was thinking about the Velleman HPS
> 10 Handheld OScilloscope.
> I was wondering if anyone has one, used one, etc. How they like them.
> I've used several of the Tectronics bench scopes in the past.
> How do you like the one you've used? Pros and cons?
> John T. Blair WA4OHZ email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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