• EEVblog #778 – Oscilloscope Vertical Confusion

    Dave answers a beginner forum question on why the Rigol DS1054Z oscilloscope does not show the intended vertical Volts/Div setting he expects.
    A trap for young and old players alike.
    1X and 10X probes, and auto probe interfaces.

    The forum question is HERE

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    EEVblog #396 – Bode Plotting on Your Osciloscope

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      • Trev

        WoooHooo… 11:17 Is that a new record??? This video will be VERY helpful for us to redirect some of the greenhorns to. While I firmly believe that there’s no such thing as a dumb question (assuming it was genuine), videos like this can save us valuable time explaining it to a newbie. Thanks Dave!

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