Intuitive Mixed Signal Oscilloscope
This Award winning iMSO-104 is the first mixed signal oscilloscope designed specifically for the iPhone, iPod touch, & iPad. It's intuitive and easy to use, which is why it's the preferred scope for the next generation of inventors. But don’t take our word for it. Download iMSO in the App Store and test drive the interface for free.
- iMSO-104 Mixed Signal Oscilloscope Hardware
- 1x/10x Analog Probe
- 2 x Analog tip covers
- Logic Harness (4 Digital + 1 Ground)
- 5 x SMD Grabbers
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|iPad: 9.7", 1-3rd Gen iPod, Touch/iPhone: 3.5", 4th Gen iPod Touch/iPhone: 3.5"
|iPad: 1024x768, 1-3rd Gen iPod Touch/iPhone: 600x400, 4th Gen iPod Touch/iPhone: 960x640
|1 Channel, 8 bit
|100MHz, (1x & 10x selectable), removable with SMB
|4 bits, 1 Gnd, 0.100" connectors with removable SMD Grabbers
|Max Sample Rate
|50mV/div to 2v/div (1x) 500mV/div to 20v/div (10x)
|Max Digital Input Voltage
|-0.5v to +7v
|Max Input Voltage
|-8v to +13v (1x) -40v to +40v (10x)
|AC or DC
|Analog, Digital (A, A&B, A|B, A->B)
|Max sample rate
|'Hands On' Oscilloscope
|So how does this touch interface compare to an oscilloscope with knobs? Joe Wolin, EEWeb Co-Founder, states, “We actually think the experience is better! The touch-interface of the iPad represents a viable alternative to traditional knob-based oscilloscopes. The software on this device is outstanding… ” Want to test drive it yourself? Download the free demo today and see why this is the preferred scope for the next generation of inventors.
|Revolutionary Oscilloscope Emphasizes Ease of Use
|Award winning oscilloscope ranked as one of the 100 most technologically significant products of 2012. Oscium has merged the smartphone / tablet industry into the test equipment industry because there shouldn't be a gap between the user experience of everyday electronics and the test bench. In IEEE Spectrum, James Turner reflects, "I've been using logic analyzers and oscilloscopes on and off for 30 years. In terms of sheer ease of use, this is the best I've ever gotten my hands on (pun intended)."
|Pinch to zoom into a waveform the same way you do on a picture. Change the analog trigger position with a simple swipe across the screen. On-the-go engineers save their setup once and this oscilloscope remembers who you are. Oscium's software is intuitive, which means you can spend more time debugging than fumbling with an oscilloscope interface. Focus on solving problems, not your setup.