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what are the pros and cons of this dso

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HATHA

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hi friends
what are you think about this dso
Farnell Export

thank you
 

Boncuk

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It works - with a list of distributors.
 

HATHA

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hi sorry for inconvenience:(
i don't know why is that link does not work? :confused: but for me it work
ok this is the product
UNI-T - UT-2152C - OSCILLOSCOPE, DSO, 150MHZ, COL
and this is the link

export.farnell.com/uni-t/ut-2152c/oscilloscope-dso-150mhz-col/dp/1563731

I really appriseate your advice

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Chippie

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It works - with a list of distributors.
Yeah that's all but no item number.....Pick one at random?

It looks a fine piece of kit with an expensive price tag...£475 here in the UK....

It all depends on what you are going to use it for....Pico do an add on unit for a pc for a fraction of that cost and would serve as well for general electronics use...

If you want it for working in a laboratory then fine....it has a decent set of specifications, dual channel wide bandwidth, fast rise time and has storage capability too, although having pc connectivity I dont think that woud be an issue, you could use the pc for data storage...
 
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Boncuk

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Hi HATHA,

I used the direct way and to the info from Uni-Trend Group Limited.

Compared with OWON scopes the UNI-T devices are really good. OWON has a lowest vertical senisitivity of 10mV/division while the UT-2152C has 2mV/division.

Further the OWON scope has no colour display at a lower resolution.

Uni-trend sells their products only via importers. There is only one in Thailand and he won't order a scope for me since he has to purchase a box containing two of them. :mad:

Attached is full description.

Boncuk
 

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HATHA

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thank you friends
yes this is for laboratory use
how about the usb connectivity and response time I mean when some thing change in circuit does it response quickly(not like analogue scope)
any thing about fft facility ?
is it have rolling mode (manufactures does not mentioned about this)
is any one here used/using this dso

thank you again
 
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