review - Hantek DSO3064A Automotive kit

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review - Hantek DSO3064A Automotive kit

Post by farnbeyond on Thu Dec 29, 2016 12:09 pm

Got a cheap pc based digital storage oscilloscope (dso) of ebay.
HANTEK dso3064a automotive kit VII. around $800
4 channels (isolated) supposed 60mhz

Came with excellent range of hardware.
2 amp clamps, sets of 4 of inductive plug lead clamps, generic alligator leads, probes, back probes, large alligator clamps, 20:1 transducers, extra long probe leads, awesome case. isolated channels (each channel has its own ground/ref)
But the software sucks.
No updates, shitty basic features, no memory or playback, it glitches with two channels running, halfbaked incomplete user manual, terrible graph interface.

I pretty much use the hardware with my multimeter, and screen shot any short waveforms I want to keep for reference if absolutely necessary.
Would recommend trialling any dso software before purchasing a hardware kit to avoid unexpected frustration, I personally took for granted that the software would be good enough to exploit the usage of the hardware, but not in this situation.

Perhaps consider paying for a high end scope [with no accessories] (eg pico) to utilize their software, but get a cheap kit with full range of accessories.

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Re: review - Hantek DSO3064A Automotive kit

Post by cristi-obd2 on Wed Mar 29, 2017 4:25 am

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Re: review - Hantek DSO3064A Automotive kit

Post by hero3838 on Sun Oct 01, 2017 5:35 am

Thanks

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