DSO Touch is designed to fit most of the hobby electronic experiments scenarios.
Here are the main features/specs of DSO Touch with a comparison of DSO Nano/Quad, and how it is designed.
the same resolution as Nano: 320×240, making it portable is still the main feature of DSO series. The TFT screen features nice effect with soft color, which is rare on equipment under 100 bucks.
Virtual broadband improves from 2kHz(DSO Nano v3) to 2MHz, What’s more, the max sampling rate rises from 1MSa/s(DSO Nano v3) to 10MSa/s. Which means it handles most of the problems you meet. Have you ever imagined you can have a 10MSa/s DSO in such size that it could slip out of your pocket? That’s how we did it.
As we all know, there’s one analog channel for DSO Nano, two analog & digit channels for DSO Quad. Since the digit channels are rarely used, they are cut off to leave space for DSO Touch. You can measure two signals and compare the difference now in real time!
The sampling storage depth is up to 8K, the probe is replaced with Mueller MCX Probe (similar to DSO Quad), making it the fittest with the power-up performance of DSO Touch.
A revolution which is much more difficult than the industry design and user experiences of DSO Nano/Quad. The gesture based control command is more human friendly, you can swipe to get the option as fast as you can.
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We hope the human-centered design philosophy of DSO can really help in your daily life, replacing the old fashioned instruments from your workbench. Electronics can be arts, by presenting simple, elegant, practical and people-oriented designing.