FAB 2.0 Oscilloscope
FAB 2.0 Oscilloscope

FAB 2.0 Oscilloscope

FAB 2.0 Oscilloscope is an easy to make DIY & open source oscilloscope part of FabLab 2.0 outcomes. This oscilloscope is based on satshakit 128 board and has compact laser cut enclosure box that make if small and portable. It is actually used for workshops in schools and it is possible to reproduce it using standard Fab Lab equipment.

Main features of the scope are:

4 voltage range supported: 0-5V, 0-50V, 0-120V, 0-200V (DC only)
button to change the voltage ranges using interrupts
supported sampling frequency: from 100HZ to 10KHZ
adjustable sampling frequency using a potentiometer
128 x 64 graphic display
embedded high voltage relays
on/off switch
plug and play probes
portable (9V battery last for more than 8 hours)
mdf and acrylic cases
programmable using an FTDI cable without opening the box
voltage measurements: max, min, average
voltage detection to auto select the proper voltage range
fit function that will zoom exactly into the current signal range

https://github.com/satshas/Fab12_Oscilloscope
Germany


FAB 2.0 Oscilloscope

Daniele Ingrassia

I won’t hide behind the work that I am doing or the studies that I have done in the past. I’m a dreamer. In my personal way of thinking this means that I always try to reach very difficult and often untrusted objectives that put me in a constant challenge with myself and that quickly change my cognition of what I am capable of. So, here are some of the things I had fun to do with: disassembling a car in order to make a dune buggy, building a motorcycle with pieces taken from junkyard, inventing a new kind of hybrid recommendation and profiling system used in the official mobile app of WU2013, inventing an automatic topic recognition system that is capable to analyze free text, making an Android controlled car with a toy car, a netbook motherboard and Arduino. Having said this, here are some details on "normal" things: I’m a qualified technician in electrotechnics, I’m an Information Technology engineer, I work as a FabAcademy GURU and scientific assistant in Germany at Kamp-Lintfort Fab Lab and Rhein-Waal university of applied sciences.


Stand D17 (pav. 5) - Daniele Ingrassia


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