In this article I share a few tips I’ve learned about using the Rigol DS1052E oscilloscope.
- Push the knobs
- Long memory
- Use zoom
- Using the menus
- Don’t press auto
- Built-in help
- Controlling the channels
- Use the colored probe rings
- Finding the manual
Really excellent tips for this great scope!
The ultimate debugging tool for electronics, this oscilloscope will turn you into a “Circuit Whisperer”. You will be able to peer into the workings of your circuits to better understand them. Difficult problems will suddenly become trivial. We tried many beginner oscilloscopes and found this one to be a perfect balance of price and function: it’s perfect as a ‘first scope’ or as a hacker-space resource to share.
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