I recently started a topic when I was looking for a DMM that will measure frequency’s on a pinball. I appreciate everyone’s input and I looked at many, many meters before I purchased one. I’m happy with my new DMM and I think it will do me fine.
During that discussion several people suggested an oscilloscope. I know nothing about oscilloscopes but I find them fascinating. The down side is they are expensive and take up too much space on my workbench. I already have a soldering station, de-soldering station, laptop, power supply, and too many tools. Not much space left for working.
Then I ran across this:
It’s cheap and don’t take up much space. I still don’t see much use for an oscilloscope in pinball but I think it would be a fun toy. (Heck, I spent that much for a flight simulator game). And besides I might learn something.
Is anyone familiar with this or other PC based oscilloscopes?