• 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
    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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