The first oscilloscope adapter with both USB and Bluetooth connectivity for Windows and Android.
With this device, you can use your computer as a digital, sample-storing oscilloscope, which gets an essential utility of your electric measurements. The power for the BlueDSO device is supplied via USB, so you won’t need any other power adapter when using it with your computer.
Don’t have a computer nearby? Android-based phones and other devices can make use of the BlueDSO device, therefore it can be used with a phone or tablet without a computer. In this case, power has to be supplied via a standard USB phone charger or a car outlet USB adapter.
The oscilloscope is the most frequently used, most flexible device for electric measurements. It visualizes an electric potential over time function, producing much more information than other potential and current measurement methods.
With an oscilloscope the following quantities can be either directly or indirectly measured:
direct voltage, alternating voltage, direct current, alternating current, time, time delay, phase, phase difference, frequency
With an oscilloscope the shape changes of an electric signal can be observed, both it’s direct and alternating current components can be measured. With a multi-channel device, you can inspect and compare more electric signals at once.
In many cases, electric signals’ complex mathematical analysis can be performed with a digital storage oscilloscope.
The BlueDSO device is a 2-channel digital oscilloscope adapter with USB and Bluetooth connectivity.
- Inputs: 2 channels
- Input impedance: 1Mohm/30pF
- Analog bandwidth: DC … 10MHz
- Measurable bandwidth: DC … 1MHz
- Sampling speed in real mode: 2Msps
- Time range: 250 ns/div … 250 ms/div
- Realtime sampling mode in 5 us …250 ms/div time range
- Maximal input voltage: 20Vpp (AC + DC)
- Input connectors: DC, AC, GND
- Can be used via USB or Bluetooth connection
- Current needs: 150 mA, from a USB connector
- Measures: 56 x 127 x 23mm
- Time base: 250ns…250ms/division
- Trigger: CH1, CH2 or Line
- Markers: time and current
- Visualization: 0 …500kHz (real-time), 1MHz (repetitive)
Frequency domain: 0…500kHz
- Length of capturable and analizable data stream: unlimited, depending on the host computer’s capacity
- Sampling time when logging: 250 us … 10 ms