CrustyTV wrote:No it didn't come with the rear expansion module with serial and GPIB etc. Will have to see if they are available on the second-hand market at a reasonable price. Not sure if I really need it or would make use of it though other than a nice to have.
Brianc wrote:That didn't come to mind because of the BT8161 did it Mike??
Cathovisor wrote:Might have done....?! (we don't have a whistling innocently emoticon!)
Cathovisor wrote:TBH it's not worth it, unless someone's written a bit of software that allows you to "print" to a computer screen - someone has done this for the HP audio analyser much loved of Valvebloke that "plots" to a graphic file.
I can't remember if they also had a battery option, which IMO would be more useful.
OWON was only 25MHz 100MS/s.
Michael Watterson wrote:OWON was only 25MHz 100MS/s.
So more like a 3MHz to 6MHz scope, compared to analogue.
Cathovisor wrote:My LeCroy WaveAce 2024 is 1 Mpts/Ch (2 Mpts interleaved). So some way behind the Rigol you mentioned!
Mark Hennessy wrote:I wouldn't claim to be fully automatic in these areas yet, but it's true that DSOs have more ways to lie to you if they choose!
Cathovisor wrote:I do think though the record length is only 24kpts.
Dr Wobble wrote:Digi scopes do indeed look tempting, did you find yours easy to drive Chris? There are several TDS scopes on ebay at the mo for around £200, which is a reasonable price. Don't have 200 quid though and have more than enough scopes needing attention.
Cathovisor wrote:There are times when I reach for the analogue 'scope because I don't believe what the digital one says!
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