by Andy Haas

Cheap, flexible, data acquisition for all!

View all updates Dec 08, 2017

Latest Prototype is In

Latest prototype is in, and it works great! (Well, there’s always some issue - hence the little wires hacked on near the BNC inputs in the picture!)

One new feature is switchable "super high gain mode", for when your signals are smaller than +-300 mV. There’s some limitations, such as 10k input impedance, and bandwidth is reduced to ~2 MHz in this mode (gain bandwidth product is a killer!). But now you can see signals down to +-3 mV full scale. That’s 20 uV per bit!

Here's a 1 mV 100 kHz square wave. Not bad!

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Andy Haas

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