- 100 MHZ MHZ DSO Oscilloscope 2CH
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- 1 GSa/s maximum real-time sample rate
- 1Mpts long Memory Depth. ( Compare this to like scopes with just kb memory vs Mb! )
Rigol DS1102E Digital Oscilloscopes - Bandwidth: 100 Mhz, Channels: 2
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This Rigol DS1102E Model is economical digital oscilloscope with high-performance, which is designed with dual channels and 1 external trigger channel. It provides 20 types of wave parameters for automatically measuring, which contains 10 Voltage and 10 Time parameters. In cursor mode, users can easily measure by moving cursor. Besides, 3 types of cursor measurement are optional: Manual, Track and Auto. This DS1102E DSO provides powerful PC application software: UltraScope, which enables to: Capture and measure wave; Perform local or remote operation; Save waves as .bmp format; Save files as .txt or .xls format; Print waveforms.
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The menus are buggy, glitchy, and the display is extremely slow.
Assume you're displaying 12x8 divisions/blocks.
If you set the divisions to 1 second, you will have to wait 12/2 (half the number of horizontal blocks) seconds before the display will begin refreshing.
Now let us set it to 50 seconds.
50*(12/2) = 300 seconds before the display will begin refreshing.
This is absolutely ridiculous.
But that's not all.
This lag in display refreshing will also occur during any significant voltage changes.
It's basically unusable, and I'm completely amazed at the number of positive reviews.
For people using the scope with high frequencies, the display lag may not be noticeable, but the scope is absolutely useless otherwise.
Now I'm stuck with a $400 scrap-heap.
Other problems include random crashes, inability to display more than 3 measured values (Vpp, Vrms, Vtop, Vmin, rise/fall time) at a time, and very poor options for sample data storage.
(You're arbitrarily limited in the number of samples you can send via rs-232, and I haven't been able to get USB storage to work at all without the scope crashing)
The UI is also poor, but not the worst I've seen.
(The screen's resolution is small enough without random menus sitting on top of the graph)
For anyone curious, the software version is listed as 00.04.01
Once I started working only with the second channel, I made some progress bringing up my board. After a little while I started seeing a lot of 60 Hz on the board, but I stopped working with this scope because I do not want to work on buggy hardware with a buggy piece of test equipment.
I have no doubt that I can get this repaired and into a useful state, I just wish I didn't have to deal with the hassle.
Bottom line. . .a Scope is a scope. . .they all measure basically the same things, they all have their menu's and knobs, but what sets them apart is the ease of use, as well as the stability and accuracy. This Scope is a replacement for my Ballantine 10mhz scope. Both are extremely easy to use, but the ease, portability, different features, menu driven usage, and added accuracy of this scope at higher frequencies is extremely nice.
Like I said before. . .a frequency counter that says 455KC and bounces up and down Plus/Minus 5KC to 8KC is not very good. At higher frequencies, you will be bouncing up and down 20KC or more. This makes a difference when you are aligning a radio that is a 3 stage receiver. . .one at 64KC, 455KC, and 3.032 MC.