Recommended logic analyzer/scope tools?

John Honniball coredump at gifford.co.uk
Sun Jan 8 13:31:04 CST 2006


Philip Pemberton wrote:
> Avoid the cheap little "pocket" meters though. If it isn't a Fluke, it's
> likely to be horrendously inaccurate at best.

I agree, although I do have a cheap (£3 or so on eBay)
pocket meter that's handy *because* it's so small.  I
can carry it around all the time without it becoming
a nuisance for either bulk or weight.

FWIW, it's a SkyTronic model 600.005.

But if I want an accurate measurement, yes, I'll use
another meter.  Maybe one of my AVOs:

http://www.gifford.co.uk/~coredump/avo.htm

or an HP:

http://www.gifford.co.uk/~coredump/inst.htm

The HP 3476B Multimeter is a fine gadget, with Star Trek
styling.  But I'd really like an HP 970A probe-style
meter.

-- 
John Honniball
coredump at gifford.co.uk



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