An oscilloscope turned out to be a pretty handy debugging tool when trying to troubleshoot my APM2 ESC problem. Here's a shakycam showing how I used mine to verify the problem was with the ESC and not with the APM2.
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I'm having previous version of this nice tool! Really cheap and works nice!
Thanks guys... here's the link for anybody interested:
I think sparkfun sells it also.
Anish, you're lucky you don't live closer or I would be calling you up to borrow your rigol all the time!
have to admit i use a rigol 1052 e, but thought it to be an overkill.
Doing electronics without an oscilloscope is like doing microbiology without a microscope. So I'm glad to see these new "microscopes" getting more accessible to everyone!
Mark, this is a great post and a great example of how to use different engineering tools to trouble shoot a problem.
This is great, I like your oscilloscope looks really cool and conveniently small.