• EEVblog #954 – How To Setup An Electronics Lab For $300

    Dave shows you how you can set up an electronics lab for only a few hundred bucks.
    Multimeter, oscilloscope, power supply, function generator, soldering station, solder, wire, tools, microscope and magnifier, and components.
    The previous video HERE
    Forum HERE
    Links:
    UT136B Multimeter
    OWON VDS1022I USB Oscilloscope
    YiHUA 936 Soldering Station
    Hakko Tips
    Lab PSU
    USB Microscope
    Head Magnifier
    Flux Pen
    0.3mm solder
    Lead Free solder
    If your budget allows, a Rigol DS1054Z

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      • prwiley

        Silicon Chip seems to no longer make the kits.

      • James Grainger

        Would this work for a cheap function generator and an oscilloscope? http://hackaday.com/2016/12/13/hybrid-raspberry-pi-pic32-oscilliscope-and-function-generator/

      • Gordon Wedman

        Those non-Hako tips are worthless. Make sure the de-solder wick has flux or else get some liquid flux to add. I have one of those Chinese made constant current/constant voltage power supplies and you would think there is nothing in the case as it is so light. An old Leader brand that does the same weighs five pounds.

      • HillyBilly13

        One thing I’d recommend is to replace the test leads that come with the DVM with a quality set.

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