The Batronix MSO Demo Board provides a wide variety of signals and experiments to demonstrate the functions of your oscilloscope or logic analyser, all on a compact board. This makes it ideal for use in training and education, from the beginner to the advanced user.
The built-in small function generator with 16 frequency steps as well as the RF signal source offers even after the training a lasting value for everyday development work.
On the demo board there is a function generator, which can generate a number of different different waveforms via a 10 bit DAC at 200 kSa/s.
Get to know the trigger options of your oscilloscope properly and trigger more effectively. The demo board provides you with suitable signals of common problems and the training documentation shows you when which trigger is helpful.
Get to know the functions of your oscilloscope and work with it more effectively. Today's oscilloscopes bring a tremendous amount of functionality and many users only use a portion of it.
Learn how to trigger and decode different interfaces. On the demo board there are different standard interfaces (SPI, I2C, UART) with bidirectional communication as well as a 7-bit parallel bus on which also CAN / CAN-FD and LIN communications run.
The signals are available on long holes for tapping with probe clamp hooks and on pin headers for tapping with logic analyzer Dupont connector.
See reflections and other effects of fast signals, learn why a good probe ground termination is important and the effects of improper termination.
There are two very fast logic gates on the demo board that can be used to demonstrate a range of RF effects, the need for good probe ground connections and suitable termination.
Chapter 1 of the manual provides an overview and general information about the demo board. The training section begins with Chapter 2, where you will learn step- by-step how to use your oscilloscope with the help of the demo board. Chapter 3 is about decoding interfaces and Chapter 4 is about high and radio frequency (HF/RF) effects.
Throughout the tutorial there is always room for your own experiments, while at the same time a possible solution to the experiment is presented. The wide range of variations allows for an individual measurement experience.