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The Xprotolab is the first mixed signal oscilloscope with an arbitrary waveform generator in a DIP module. It measures only 1 x 1.6 inches, and can be mounted directly on a breadboard. The Xprotolab can also be used as a development board for the AVR XMEGA microcontroller.

Features:

  • 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
    - See the phase difference between two waveforms
    - V/I Curve tracer with an external resistor
  • 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.

General Specifications:

  • ATXMEGA32A4U 36KB Flash, 4KB SRAM, 1KB EEPROM
  • Graphic OLED display 0.96", 128x64 pixels
  • Module size: 1.615" x 1.01"
  • PDI interface.
  • 4 tactile switches
  • USB connectivity: Windows, Linux, MAC, Android

Logic Analyzer specifications:

  • 8 Digital Inputs, 3.3V level
  • Maximum sampling rate: 2MSPS
  • Frequency counter: 16Mhz
  • Protocol Sniffer: UART, I2C, SPI
  • Internal pull up or pull down.
  • Buffer size: 256

Oscilloscope specifications:

  • 2 Analog Inputs
  • Maximum Sampling rate: 2MSPS
  • Analog Bandwidth: 200kHz
  • Resolution: 8bits
  • Input Impedance: 1MΩ
  • Buffer size per channel: 256
  • Input Voltage Range: -14V to +20V

AWG specifications:

  • 1 Analog Output
  • Maximum conversion rate: 1MSPS
  • Analog Bandwidth: 44.1kHz
  • Resolution: 8bits
  • Output current > +/- 7mA
  • Buffer size: 256
  • Output Voltage: +/- 2V
EDNHot100 The Xprotolab was awarded as one of the 100 Hot Products of 2011, by the EDN magazine.

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Price: $49.00
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Customer Reviews:

Linus Brendel  (Monday, 14 April 2014) Rating: 5
This product is worth every cent! The display is beautiful and the features are rich. It is perfect for audio applications. You will have a lot of fun with this little device. Guaranteed.

However, there are two problems I'd like to point out:

Problem 1:
It is IMPOSSIBLE to install the drivers on Windows 8. Microsoft doesn't allow you to install this driver unless you have a valid certificate (which one has to buy for sixty dollars). This is not necessarily a problem of the device itself, but rather a problem created by Microsoft.

Problem 2:
When one uses the waveform generator, the amplitude changes when generating signals over 10kHz. This problem should be fixable to an extent by code though... :/
David English  (Wednesday, 25 December 2013) Rating: 5
Unbelievably useful UI. Every time I use it, I'm amazed at how intuitive a 4 button interface can be... to a full-function DSO, and AWG, and everything else. Look at any DSO/analog scope... all those controls. Look at the Gabotronics PC interface... the 4 button UI is actually more intuitive and easier to use! Amazing, especially when you consider how many 4-button wristwatches out there make setting the time nearly impossible. I've actually had to use a manual to figure out a stupid wristwatch. This little scope... 5 minutes of messing around and I was functional... no manual, nor any previous DSO experience (just old-school analog). It just makes perfect sense; it just does everything I want.
Carl Davis  (Thursday, 31 January 2013) Rating: 5
Best on site oscope to trouble shoot my installed arduino projects. I can carry this into my backyard or to a friends to work on projects. Most can't believe I am serious when I bring it out then marvel when I use it. One friend said it was cost effective to attach to a project and leave it. I love it so much I bought its parent the mini. Great job.
Ludwig Suski  (Wednesday, 09 May 2012) Rating: 5
Great little device! Got my XProtoLab a week ago and the functionality really impressed me. The display-layout and menu structure is very well designed to give a convenient user-experience. Although there are only four buttons, I even did not need the user-manual to explore the core functions. For analyzing sub-MHz signals this device surely has the best price-performance-ratio you'll ever find!
Harold Lacadie  (Saturday, 05 May 2012) Rating: 5
I've had the XProtoLab now for several weeks now but I wanted to wait until I actually used it in a practical situation before I rated it. This weekend I was doing some experiments with my Arduino board. I had the arduino and XProtoLab on a large proto board running a stepper motor program. The XProtoLab was enormously useful for checking voltages and wave forms. This is what I call kitchen table electronics! This is a real tool!Butch Lacadie
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