As with many of their supplies (I think) it has a power-on button and a button which effects the connection to the loads--a very nice feature.If any of the supplies should trip, they are all instantly disconnected. Linden wrote: I've been using a CS328A USB MSO for a few years now and my decision to purchase it over some less expensive units has been validated time and time again.
This plugin is primarily intended for use with Pass IFox for Mozilla Firefox and chrome IPass for Google Chrome. You can find detailed installation instructions on the official page of Kee Pass.Programming can be fun and a very creative activity.Playing with graphics and sound is a great way to get started.I did get a surprise one day when the supply tripped for apparently no reason. This is a 100 MHz USB MSO with two analog channels, eight digital channels (nine if you include the external trigger which can be displayed along with the other digital channels), and 4 mega-points of memory.Turned out an unused supply was current limited to 0.000 A. Chris Svec also has a GW Instek power supply: I have a GW Instek dual output power supply which is just okay - it's got a loud fan that runs all the time, and the voltage output seems to drift a bit, but that could be because I nudge the sloppy control dials unknowingly. The sampling rate is 100 MSa/sec (one-shot = 10 MHz) which is more than enough for the embedded work I do.For novel ideas about building embedded systems (both hardware and firmware), join the 25,000 engineers who subscribe to The Embedded Muse, a free biweekly newsletter. It takes just a few seconds (just enter your email, which is shared with absolutely no one) to subscribe. Embedded developers - both those doing hardware work and those crafting firmware - use a wide range of tools, but it can be awfully hard to distinguish the good from the ugly. Clyde Shappee wrote: I have used the Instek PST-3201 triple supply in the past. Philip Freidin sent a very comprehensive chart of USB instruments, which is here .In my case I opted for the 14-bit samplers and 10 MHz signal generator options.This USB MSO just seems to be better thought-out than others on the market.Perry has tested Kee Pass Http with Mono 2.6.7 and it appears to work well.With Mono 2.6.7 and a version of Kee Pass lower than 2.20 he could not get the plgx file to work on linux.