[sdiy] What test gear do you use?

MTG grant at musictechnologiesgroup.com
Fri May 11 20:42:23 CEST 2018

I have seen that their newer models are much cuter (bigger screens) if 
nothing else. I would want the 100MHz bandwidth though.  I guess my 
biggest grips is that there is only 1 set of vertical controls, so lots 
of button pushing required to change the scale on 2 channels. I'm often 
pressing buttons to activate the thing I wish there was a dedicated 
control for. I should mention I got rid of my Blofeld for similar reasons.

On 5/10/2018 3:05 AM, sleepy_dog at gmx.de wrote:
> The Rigol DS1102E was their first one to make noise in the western market.
> It is a completely different design from their current lines, even the 
> cheaper DS1xxxZ ones.
> Can still be bought, for a not much lower price to the DS1??5?Z, the 
> latter of which has only 50 MHz specs but is better by leaps and bounds.
> So it may be confusing, but that old thing is much, much worse in all 
> sorts of regards than their current lines - there is zero reson to buy 
> it, not even the price.
> That old DS1102E has problems like it easily tricks you with aliasing if 
> you don't know about it. I don't know about its user interface.
> MTG wrote:
>> Rigol DS1102E - It needs to be hotrodded and Sigrok-ed by the sound of 
>> it. And for the record I don't love it. But maybe after the "updates" 
>> if I find the time to figure that all out.
>> Fluke 77 DMM - Had it forever, change the batteries a couple times a 
>> decade maybe.  Will outlast me I'm sure.
>> Loftech TS-1 Sine Wave Generator and freq counter/dB meter. Came with 
>> schematics so I added a TTL squarewave out to it.
>> Mastech CSIMS8040 4.5-Digit True-RMS Autoranging Bench Digital 
>> Multimeter - Cheap and I can check the temperature of my kitchen oven 
>> with it. ;-)  Actually I haven't used it yet.
>> memSIM2 EPROM Emulator because where can you find such a thing for 
>> USB, isolated, and under $100 USD new?  Poland, that's where.  Oh, and 
>> eBay. Haven't used that yet either.
>> Some old Radio Shack stuff like SPL meters, logic probe, analog DVM.
>> And more stuff at work that I can borrow if needed, like Tek scopes 
>> and an Intronix Logic Port.
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