Posts tagged with: measurement

Rigol DS1054Z: 4 Channels 50MHz Digital Oscilloscope

Rigol has launched new economic digital oscilloscope, Rigol 1054Z. Although considered as economic oscilloscope, but the specification is not that economic. Rigol equips this machine with 4 channels capability and 50 MHz bandwidth. With 1GSa/s Real-time Sample Rate, maybe a bit...
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Measuring ALC660 Power Output

I was playing with my Rigol Oscilloscope to measure my laptop power output. The sound card was Realtek ALC660. I played a 1 kHz sine wave with a software and measure the output. Since this was not an isolated environment...
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Observing Inner and Outer Foil of Some Popular Capacitors

I just got my Oscilloscope, so I can play more fun with my DIY stuff. Ok, let’s start with some basic “game”, to find the inner and outer foil of a capacitor. Basically, most of the capacitor, has what we...
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Measuring the Tube Glass Surface Temperature

My Sanwa PC510 multimeter has the capability to measure the temperature via small probe. So, I’m curious to measure my tube glass/surface temperature. I test the 6N1P, 6N6P, and 5U4G tubes....
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