- 3 preset buttons: to easily configure any preferred temperature quickly
- LCD display: monitors current and set temperature
- the heating element uses low voltage AC current, ensuring anti-static, low leakage and interference
- ergonomic handle for long time usage
SOLDERING STATION WITH LCD OUTPUT, 60W – [Link]
AKTAKOM’S latest innovation features a wide screen, slim body and deep memory.
Miami Fl., June 14, 2011 – T&M Atlantic., distributer of the test and measurement equipment, today unveiled a portable digital oscilloscope by AKTAKOM that features 60 MHz bandwidth, 2 channels with a 500 MSa/s sample rate, and an 8 inch color TFT-LCD screen with 800×600 resolution. It also offers huge amounts of memory(10Mpts), and USB flash storage support. ADS-2061M is user friendly with a unique “HELP” function that allows you get a User Manual on the oscilloscope’s screen. The unit contains 2 passive probes that are switchable between 1:1 and 10:1 input ratio.
This highly portable and versatile unit is a hybrid between handheld and benchtop models. With a large screen and slim body it weighs under 4 lbs. and is 340x155x70 mm in dimension. With its optional battery, it can run for up to 4 hours.
This portable oscilloscope could be utilized for electronic circuit debugging, design and manufacturing, automobile maintenance and testing, circuit testing, education and training. It can also detect the peak and average values of a waveform, and store as much as 5000 waveform points on each channel.
Introductory Price $395.00
For today’s “Toolsday” we’ll be looking at the EX210 multimeter by Extech. It’s a mid-range meter that’ll take all your standard hobby readings like resistance, continuity, voltage, and current, but it also boasts an infrared thermometer and a backlit display. [via]
Toolbox Review: Extech EX210 Multimeter – [Link]
Arhi tested out the VEHO Discover VMS004 Delux USB microscope: [via]
As expected – the “tripod” is crappy but could be used with some modifications…
The unexpected “con” wrt this microscope is that it can only do 20x and 400x – nothing in between. Not really what I expected, but not too big of a problem at the end. The 400x is ok for examining joints only dof is so shallow that it will take some getting used to ..
VMS004 delux USB microscope - [Link]
Rohde & Schwarz have developed what is claimed to be the industry’s only digital oscilloscopes that offer real-time digital triggering. Designated the R&S RTO series, the advanced scopes aim to significantly enhance productivity and product performance for debugging embedded systems. [via]
Digital scope features real-time digital triggering – [Link]
EDN reviewed the Oscium logic analyzer and oscilloscope for the iPhone/centiPad. It uses the Cypress PSoC 3, which is a CPU+FPGA hybrid. Cool tech, but too closed and pricey for us: [via]
The $297.99 device comprehends one analog and four digital channels, touts 5 MHz analog bandwidth and 12 million sample/sec specifications
Oscium iOS oscilloscope review – [Link]
If you’d like to try your hand at turning on a lathe, but don’t want to shell out for a machine, how about printing your own EZLathe? Paul writes: [via]
So I’ve built a complete mini lathe system I’m calling the EZLathe… Fully 3D Printable except a small motor, and a couple pieces of cheap electronics. And able to do small wood turning jobs, or small pieces of pretty much anything.
3D-Printed Lathe – [Link]
The Atten ADS1062CA is a dual channel digital storage oscilloscope capable of 1Gsamples a second, and an analog bandwidth of 60Mhz. An oscilloscope is a useful piece of equipment when we work on hardware. We use it to find optimal component values, watch reset pins on microcontrollers, or find the source of unwanted noise. See Make’s take on oscilloscopes.
Atten ADS1062CA oscilloscope – [Link]
I recently saw a couple of articles on Hackaday regarding the modification of cheap digital callipers. It turns out that as well as being able to interface these callipers to a microcontroller such as an Arduino, there are some hidden functions that are simple to unlock. I was curious because I happen to own a very similar set of callipers already. Well I could not see a perfectly good tool go unmodified for long.
Hacking a Digital Calliper – [Link]