A 100MHz Handheld Oscilloscope for £54

We have never got enough toys in our cupboard. Dave Jones down at EEVblog always turns up with a few exciting bits of test equipment at times, that could be useful to our hobby. The FNIRSI-5012H that might be another good catch from one of his recent tech videos?

Sold as a Single channel 100MHz Scope for less than $80 with what does come with a few flaws, feebles and bugs, which makes it really a 20MHz workable unit. But it does go to show the Chinese are hot, and going places, where manufactures in the West would never enter a market for such a bargain price.





I did a bit of research afterwards and Banggood sell what appears to be the same model as the Dainu ADS5012H for less than £54 UK!! link here.



 




 
Steve, G1KQH, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from England. Contact him at [email protected].

One Response to “A 100MHz Handheld Oscilloscope for £54”

  • Clint, VE3CMQ:

    This looks like it might be a handy device! O want one, but I have 6 or 7 other scopes I would need to change out. I have had a Velleman portable for 10 years and rarely need to use it, nI have a Velleman USB scope which I find is very useful, especially for audio bandwidth tests, 3 different Leader scopes, and a Tek or two! As I get older, the lighter scopes make my life easier!

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