Win the RS Pro Digital Oscilloscope
Add the new RS Pro USB Oscilloscope to your workbench in this easy to enter competition
The videos below show the ultra-compact USB Oscilloscope in operation. The scope is a great addition to any test bench. Small and unobtrusive yet delivering flexibility when you need it.
Key Features include
• 20 MHz bandwidth, 2 input channels
• 200 MS/s real-time & 4 GS/s equivalent-time sampling rate
• 16 kS capture memory
• Ultra-compact design
• USB-connected and powered
• Serial protocol decoding
• Mask limit testing
• Math channels and filters, including frequency and duty cycle
• Advanced digital triggering
• Persistence display mode
• Spectrum analyser with magnitude, average and peak hold modes
• Function generator and arbitrary waveform generator
The RS Pro 2205A-20 features an 8-bit vertical resolution and a maximum sampling rate of 200 MS/s, addressing a wide range of analogue and digital electronics and embedded system applications.
Printing, copying, saving and sharing data are quick and easy thanks to its USB connection. It's a complete electronics lab in one compact, low-cost, USB-powered unit.
It's also powered by PICO Scope 6 software, PICO is the leader in the field of USB oscilloscopes.
So why not enter the competition below to win one for your own bench.
Simply submit an Article and include these three things.
1) Tell us how you would put the Scope to use in your next project.
2) What has been the article you liked the most in DesignSpark.
3) Include a photo of a project you have made or worked on.
All entries will be placed in the prize draw.
The closing date of the prize draw is 9 am on 1st July 2018, winner announced soon after.
COMPETITION NOW CLOSED
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Would use the USB scope on the go when teaching electronics but also on my bench for all my projects and repairs
My favorite article "the dark line" about the marking of capacitors.
My last project was a frequency generator using an Arduino (see photos). I am now studying the Raspberry and will probably rework this project using Raspberry, with more functions. See attached pictures
@gmusy - Thanks for the comment, would you be able to add an Article with the information you have provided. This will then be your entry form. We have updated the form with this information "To submit an Article please use the Contribute Button at this link and select Add an Article" we were made aware that it was not entirely clear how to submit an entry. Apologies for the inconvenience.