BitScope Micro Oscilloscope & Analyzer

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Introduction
Bitscope MicroBitScope MicroBitScope Micro is a full feature dual channel digital oscilloscope for Raspberry Pi.
BitScope MicroBitScope Micro is also an eight channel logic analyzer, waveform generator, clock generator and spectrum analyzer all packaged in one low cost lightweight water resistant test probe.
BitScope MicroBitScope Micro captures digital signals at up to 40 MSps and has a 20 MHz analogue bandwidth. The software supports frame rates beyond 20 Hz and includes a digital phosphor display. It is fully user programmable and downloads are freely available for Raspberry Pi, Linux, Windows and Macintosh.
BitScope MicroBitScope Micro includes 10 mixed signal test clips, a USB cable and input terminators. It uses an industry standard IDC-10 connector for signal I/O. It offers programmable switching levels on two of the logic channels and impedance sensing, multiple ranges and a ìmacro modeî resolution of 12 bits on both analogue channels. It has standard oscilloscope input impedance (1M/10pF) so BNC adapters can be used to connect regular oscilloscope probes.
Features
  • 20 MHz Bandwidth.
  • 40 MSps Logic Capture.
  • 2 Analog Scope Channels.
  • 2 Analog Comparator channels.
  • 6 Logic/Protocol Analyzer channels.
  • 8 & 12 native analog sample resolution.
  • Decodes Serial, SPI, I2C, CAN and more.
  • Windows, Linux, Mac OS X & Raspberry Pi.
  • Built-in analog waveform & clock generators.
  • User programmable, C/C++, Python, VM API.
  • Tiny, light weight (12g) and water resistant.
Product Video
Webinar
Terms & Conditions
  • Testers will be selected on the basis of quality of applications: we expect a full and complete description of why you want to test this particular product.
  • Testers are required to produce a full, comprehensive and well thought out review within 2 months of receipt of the product.
  • Failure to provide this review within the above timescale will result in the enrolee being excluded from future RoadTests.
Comment List
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Parents
  • Congratulations to the winners, I am looking forward to a fair fight, no scratching or gouging ok... but seriously, this looks to be a neat bit of kit and I am curios how well it works out so am looking forward to video and other content to show it being put through its paces

     

    Peter

Comment
  • Congratulations to the winners, I am looking forward to a fair fight, no scratching or gouging ok... but seriously, this looks to be a neat bit of kit and I am curios how well it works out so am looking forward to video and other content to show it being put through its paces

     

    Peter

Children
  • Peter,

       I am hoping you enjoy mine since I see you have great interest in this area. Hope to hold up to your standards... image But as always I wish all a thanks including Christian DeFoe and the folks at BitScope. Their presentation this month inspired my proposal!

     

    Good luck to all participants.

    Clem