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Author Topic: Xprotolab A tiny but interesting tool.  (Read 4782 times)

Offline Magluvin

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Xprotolab A tiny but interesting tool.
« on: September 10, 2013, 06:48:41 AM »
I found these on Ebay for $55 + $5sh. 

I got 2 coming in a day or so.

Here is a demo from

And then it also connects to your pc through usb, which I am uploading the prog below so you can look at it. Its free on their site, along with the manual. ;)

Its only 200Khz analog dual scopes with channel math an not just simple triggering. Has an arbitrary wave form gen output independent of the scopes processing. Has a protocol sniffer  Its a volt and peak and freq meter also and spectrum analyzer not just in the audio range. Well, the manual tells it all and the vid is a fast rundown of the functions, but it takes a while because there are a lot of them. ;D

This is going to work well with a few projects Im into. I dont do much in HF mhz and so on. Maybe later.


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