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Product description

Overview

The DSO212 Mini Digital Handheld Oscilloscope is a staple to any electronics tool kit. Its 2-channel functionality
makes it ideal for most experimental, maintenance, and engineering projects. Housed inside a durable shell with
an aluminum alloy finish, the DSO212 is sleek, compact, and incredibly powerful for its size.

SPECIFICATIONS

Model: DS212
MCU: STM32F303VC
ADC: MCU internal ADC
Channels: 2 analog channels, 1 operation channel
Analog Bandwidth: 1 MHz
Max Sample Rate: 10 MSa/s
Max Sample Memory Depth: 8K
Horizontal Sensitivity: 1uS/div to 2S/div (1-2-5 sequence step)
Vertical Sensitivity: 20mV/div to 10V/div (1-2-5 sequence step)
Analog Input Impedance: 1 MΩ
Coupling: DC/AC
Trigger Mode: ascend/descend edge trigger mode
Math Waveforms: -A, -B, A+B, A-B, RecA, RecB, RecC
Inbuilt Signal Generator: sine/square/triangle/sawtooth wave
Synchronous Mode: auto, normal, single, none, scan value/average
Storage: 8 MB flash disk memory
APP Installed: 2
Operation: Button, Wheel button
USB Port: Micro USB
Battery: 500 mAh
Screen Type: TFT LCD
Screen Size: 2.8"
Screen Resolution: 320 x 240
Dimension: 100 x 56.5 x 10.7 mm
Weight (with battery): 90 g
Open Source: application layer open-source
Certifications: CE/FCC

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

1x DS212 Mini Oscilloscope
1x Combined Probe
1x DSO Hook
1x Hex Key
1x Safety Instruction

DOWNLOADS

http://s3.amazonaws.com/s3.image.smart/download/101-10-600/DS212%20User%20Manual.pdf

Note: Please use the supplied power cord which has been certified for your country/region


From the manufacturer

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MCU STM32F103VC STM32F303VC STM32F103VE
ADC MCU internal ADC MCU internal ADC HWD9288
Channels 1 analog channel + 1 internal channel 2 analog channels 2 analog channels + 2 digital channels
Analog Bandwidth 200KHz 1MHz 15MHz
Max Sample Rate 1MSa/s 10MSa/s 100MSa/s
Max Sample Memory Depth 8K 8K 4K
Horizontal Sensitivity 1uS/Div~2S/Div(1-2-5sequence step) 1uS/Div~2S/Div(1-2-5sequence step) 100nS/Div~1S/Div(1-2-5sequence step)
Battery 500mAh 500mAh 1000mAh
Screen Size 2.8inch 2.8inch 3inch
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