Dear community,Christmas was the opportunity to give myself a present in the form of a Rigol DS1052 oscilloscope Now i'm starting to enjoy it in my Arduino proyects, and learning a little about signal processing.Now the real question: I've noticed that the device is picking some noise from the power lines, mainly when the fridge starts or my wife uses the hair dryer. i notice something like a flash on the screen. So I'm thinking of using a line stabilizer, like the ones you use to protect your computer around here. Is this a good idea or will this devices get more noise into the scope?
use a properly terminated coax cable instead of probes for sensitive measurements.
meh I did (a half assed) pong on mine using a digipot and a duino now there is some good use out of quality test equipment back to the thread, I agree make sure everything is grounded properly, without it even my old 20Mhz beater picks up all sorts of fun noise
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