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I'm not but I have a friend who has one and knows how to use it. He's done some testing for some Boyer products.

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john, get me yer questions or send them to ron at luddite456 at aol.com just tell him i gave you his name. hes a good guy and should be able to tell you anything you need to know.

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Yeah I am i use one all the time you want to make a sun scope like thing for your scoot

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I need to know what specs I should look for in a scope that will measure typical logic pulses from about 20 hz to 200 hz. Notice that's HZ....not MHZ.

I see scopes with a bandwidth like 100 - 350 MHZ, others with specs like <100 MHZ....my question is...will these scopes measure signals SLOWER than their specs...I know they won't do faster.

Often I see them listed with vert and horizontal saying "DC to 100mhz" which leads me to believe they will measure from a steady DC voltage up to the rated MHZ. Which would serve my purposes.

I'm looking to measure ignition pulses from hall effect crank triggers and logic circuits.....like a micro-controller ignition trigger signal.
JohnnyB



Edited by - jbranson on Mar 14 2006 12:25:50 PM
 

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It should be no problem to use a scope with a 100 MHZ band width to measure or look at 60hz in a electrical outlet.


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