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Xprotolab  200kHz 2-Ch DIP-Size Mixed Signal Scope

    Xprotolab 200kHz 2-Ch DIP-Size Mixed Signal Scope

    Manufacturer: Gabotronics

    Price: $49.00

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    The Xprotolab is the first mixed signal oscilloscope with an arbitrary waveform generator in a DIP module. It measures only 1 x 1.6 inches, and can be mounted directly on a breadboard. The Xprotolab can also be used as a development board for the AVR XMEGA microcontroller.

    The XScopes (Xminilab and Xprotolab) are a combination of three electronic instruments: a  mixed signal oscilloscope, an arbitrary waveform generator, and a protocol sniffer; all housed in a small breadboard friendly module. The XScopes can also be used as development boards for the AVR XMEGA microcontroller.


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    Number of Raters: 4

    Harold (CA) - 10/23/2012 ratingratingratingratingrating
    I've had the XProtoLab now for several weeks now but I wanted to wait until I actually used it in a practical situation before I rated it. This weekend I was doing some experiments with my Arduino board. I had the arduino and XProtoLab on a large proto board running a stepper motor program. The XProtoLab was enormously useful for checking voltages and wave forms. This is what I call kitchen table electronics! This is a real tool!Butch Lacadie
    Ludwig (NV) - 10/04/2012 ratingratingratingratingrating
    Great little device! Got my XProtoLab a week ago and the functionality really impressed me. The display-layout and menu structure is very well designed to give a convenient user-experience. Although there are only four buttons, I even did not need the user-manual to explore the core functions. For analyzing sub-MHz signals this device surely has the best price-performance-ratio you'll ever find!
    Brett (AZ) - 12/03/2011 ratingratingrating
    Seems like a fairly complete device. The PC interface would add much value. The price is right. The logic analyzer demo was totally meaningless. Some of the specifications are not clear [Example: Digital inputs = 3.5V Threshold or max voltage? If Vmax=3.5V, what happens if connected to 5V circuits?]
    Earl (NM) - 03/18/2011 ratingrating
    incomplete specifications: micro USB power cord included? Pin out/in signals and location? Can it be powered by pins? offset limits? spectrum analyzer limits?

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