Compared to DSO138, the new DSO Shell has similar bandwidth with significant improvements in structure, mechanical, and operation. The sensitivity has been extended in both directions : 5mV/div – 20V/div (DSO138: 10mV/div – 5V/div.
Display and MCU are now mounted on the same mainboard to avoid inter-board pin-headers.
For better separation between analog and digital circuits, the analog channel is on a separated board. Without the analog portion, the mainboard is actually a general-purpose control board. The mainboard is fully installed (except a few through-hole components), and factory tested.DSO Shell comes with an easy to modify enclosure. Rotary encoder makes parameter adjustment quick and easy.
Power supply (not included): 9V (< 10V!) standard 5.5mm/2.1mm DC plug or 2-pin connector (0.1" pitch)Adequate soldering and troubleshooting skills required.
|Vertical||Number of Channels||1|
|Analog Bandwidth||0 - 200 kHz|
|Sensitivity||5 mV/Div - 20 V/Div|
|Sensitivity error||< 5 %|
|Input Impedance||1 MΩ|
|Maximum Input voltage||50 Vpk|
|Coupling||DC, AC, GND|
|Horizontal||Max Real-time Sampling Rate||1 Msps|
|Timebase||10 µs/Div - 500 s/Div|
|Trigger||Trigger Modes||Auto, Normal, Single|
|Trigger Types||Rising / falling edge|
|Trigger Position||1 / 2 of buffer size fixed|
|Display||2.4-inch color TFT LCD||320 x 240 px|
|Power Supply||9 V DC||(8 - 10 V acceptable)|
|Supply Current||120 mA @ 9 V|
|Physical||Dimensions||115 x 75 x 22 mm|
|Weight||100 g without cables & power supply|
2.4-inch color TFT LCD (320 x 240 px) is included
Does this come with a screen, LCD or other? Thanks