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Oscium’s iMSO-104 – a very cool iPad-iPhone-iPod-based oscilloscope

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Oscium   1/10/2012 8:48:49 PM
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HM, thank you for the suggestions. We're always looking at ways to improve on what we've done. Regarding power consumption: If you're using an iPhone / iPod touch, you can use iMSO-104 continuously for approximately five hours. If you're using an iPad, you can use iMSO-104 continuously for approximately eight hours.

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_hm   5/14/2011 1:56:49 AM
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I may like to suggest following: Since it is designed for iPAD and iPhones, why not put wi-fi into small oscilloscope module and make it wireless oscilloscope? This way it will be very convinient to use and one may use this device with mnay more platforms. How about power. It drains power from iPhone. How long one can use in this mode? Is there provision to connect power for long usage?

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anon6223816   5/12/2011 2:45:33 PM
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Here's another pocketable oscilloscope, a bit different in concept but a great technology tour-de-force: http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/preorder-dso-quad-p-736.html They made a (IIRC) 500-unit production run, and they're going fast, if you want one.

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Max The Magnificent   5/5/2011 3:31:35 PM
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Things are a bit tight money-wise at the moment, but this really did tempt me to run out and buy an iPad (then I looked at my credit card statement and restrained myself) ... one day ...

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