Posts tagged ‘Rigol DS1052E’

On RMS Voltage Measurement

Just because you are using a true RMS multimeter does not automatically mean you should always trust the readings of your measurements. In fact, most true RMS multimeters can only offer reliable readings under certain conditions. In this post, I will examine some of the pitfalls in RMS voltage measurements and show you some concrete examples on how RMS readings can sometimes be misleading. Continue reading ‘On RMS Voltage Measurement’ »

My New DS1052E Oscilloscope

I used to own an all-transistor, single channel 10 MHz analog oscilloscope. While it was not adequate by nowadays standard, it served me quite well for many years. The scope was later sold and I had been thinking about getting a new oscilloscope for quite a while. This time around though, I wanted to get a digital storage oscilloscope (DSO) since in many cases, it is a lot more convenient to use. After reading about some rave reviews on Dave Jone’s EEVBlog about this Rigol DS1052E scope, it became apparent that this would be the ideal scope for my workshop. So without much hesitation, I ordered one. Continue reading ‘My New DS1052E Oscilloscope’ »