This is the portable version of the Xminilab. The Xminilab Portable is a small mixed signal oscilloscope with an arbitrary waveform generator and protocol sniffer.
- Mixed Signal Oscilloscope: Simultaneous sampling of analog and digital signals.
- Advanced Trigger: Normal / Single / Auto, with rising or falling edge and adjustable trigger level.
- Meter Mode: Average, Peak to peak and Frequency readout.
- XY Mode (Plot Lissajous patterns or see the phase difference between two waveforms).
- Spectrum Analyzer with different windowing options and selectable vertical log.
- Horizontal and Vertical Cursors with automatic waveform measurements.
- Arbitrary Waveform Generator with Sweep on all parameters.
- Display options: Persistence, Different grid options, and more.
- Curve tracer function
Logic Analyzer specifications:
More information about the accessories can be found here:
- Logic analyzer probe
- Hook clip probes
- Carrying case
- Micro USB Cable: 3ft or 6ft
- 3.5mm to BNC converter cable
- 3.5mm to BNC adapter
- Tripod Adapter
You can select which accessories you want to include below.
Great engineering and design. A lot of creativity .James McGraw
Keep it up.
This is an essential, PC attachable miniature digital oscilloscope (DSO) that is especially useful for audio or low frequency digital circuit troubleshooting. This kickstarter funded line of DSOs has the essential features needed for audio/low freq work (under 200khz):Mark Smith
* dual trace, 1M ohm input
* dual digital voltmeter display
* frequency counter
* built in basic wave generator (AWG)
* built in FFT analysis and display
* built in display for self contained use
* evolving software for USB PC attach and a 3rd party Android app
* support and evolving features and firmware upgrades
* decent run time on built-in Lithium poly battery
Room for improvement:
* the little buttons are very functional, and the menus take a bit of time to learn (as with any miniature DSO)
* the display could use the color and higher resolution displays now available
For many years I have lugged around a Tektronix \"mainframe\" TM515 with various modules in it. The thing weighs 65lb and for audio work and work on electric vehicles, provides very little more function than this little DSO! I now have a 5 lb kit including one (soon two) of these Xscopes DSOs, some small amplifiers, kit of probes, and a separate pocket sized digital multi-meter DMM. [more on Amazon review]