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Super God:
As all I have at the moment is an analog volt meter, and no money, I'm asking if anyone has an extra oscilloscope?  Anything will do, I'll scrape up some cash to pay whomever is willing to sell one or give up an old one or whatever.  Seems like a longshot that someone would have an EXTRA one, but you never know.  Anyone?

MrMag:
I have a 10Mhz single trace Phillips scope that you are welcome to have.
All I request is that you pay for shipping.
I am located in Ontario, Canada.

You can PM me with your address and I can let you know what shipping will cost you.

Tim

Paul-R:

--- Quote from: Super God on July 17, 2007, 04:02:22 AM ---As all I have at the moment is an analog volt meter, and no money, I'm asking if anyone has an extra oscilloscope? 

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It depends on what you want to do with it. What is the fastest "event" that
you expect to be measuring? If you are dealing with slow things, like
rotating wheels, motors etc, you may find that you can manage with a
software scope, like  the free "Winscope" where your signal is fed into your
sound card, and the results appear on your computer:
http://www.mitedu.freeserve.co.uk/Prac/winscope.htm
Paul.

mcorrade:
 :o WOW that's a great little piece of software.....thanks a million Paul

prometei:

--- Quote from: Paul-R on July 17, 2007, 04:08:13 PM ---If you are dealing with slow things, like
rotating wheels, motors etc, you may find that you can manage with a
software scope, like  the free "Winscope" where your signal is fed into your
sound card, and the results appear on your computer:
http://www.mitedu.freeserve.co.uk/Prac/winscope.htm
Paul.

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So would this program measure well the waves produced by bedini ssg ?

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