Below is an update on the progress of ScopeFun manufacturing.
As we are getting ready for production, we have run into some issues sourcing one of our main components (namely the KAD5510P ADC). Unfortunately, while our supplier was able to source this part, long lead times will delay board assembly by a few weeks. Delivery dates have been pushed back accordingly.
Currently the ScopeFun prototype is being evaluated by an independent EMC testing lab, which will verify that ScopeFun meets international EMC standards. EMC tests include electromagnetic emissions testing and electromagnetic immunity testing. These tests should be finished soon and we will inform our backers about the final results in our next update.
After EMC testing, the ScopeFun prototype will also be tested for safety. This will ensure that ScopeFun is designed to comply with safety standards and that its users can safely perform measurements.
Meanwhile, we are fixing bugs in our software and improving the user experience. You can follow our progress on the ScopeFun software repository.
If you have any questions, please send us an email or post a question on our forum.
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