Electronic Test tools
A must-have in every engineer, hobbyist or hacker's toolkit. This basic multimeter can test voltage, current, resistance among other functions.
DSO Quad – Aluminum Alloy now is available. A new, rigid, elegant aluminum alloy shell makes the Quad even better.
The DSO Nano V3 is a pocket-size compatible 32bit digital storage oscilloscope. Based on ARM -M3, it’s equipped with 320*240 color display, SD card, USB port and recharging function. It’s compact, simple to operate; meets the basic demands of school lab, electric furniture repairment and electric engineering.
The microSD Sniffer allows you to hook up an external device, such as a logic analyzer or microcontroller, to view what signals are being passed back and forth.
RFEMWSUB3G is an Expansion Module for RF Explorer. It can be plugged in your RF Explorer unit to extend the coverage to 15-2700 MHz (0.015-2.7GHz) continuous frequency band.
The CEE (Control Experiment Explore) by Nonolith Labs is an open source analog multitool that lets you measure and control voltage and current. With the CEE you will have a two channel, two-quadrant, three-digit source measure unit in the palm of your hand.
Includes! Adafruit data logger shield for Arduino (Assembled) 4 GB SD card Light sensor with matching 10K resistor Temperature sensor (-40 degC to 125 degC) 6 x AA battery holder with 2.1mm jack (unassembled)
RF Explorer is a handheld digital spectrum analyzer, aimed to provide a very affordable tool for work in all ISM popular frequency bands. It is based on a highly integrated frequency synthesizer which offers high performance, compact size, low consumption and low cost.
This is an interface cable for the Bus Pirate, designed to connect to its 2x5 I/O header.
The SPI Shortcut allows you to control SPI pins over USB, allowing for a virtual "SPI Terminal." Using basic serial commands you can access any SPI device such as sensors, media, and even program some devices.
The Bus Pirate, created by Ian Lesnet and featured on Hack a Day, is a troubleshooting tool that communicates between a PC and any embedded device over most standard serial protocols, which include I2C, SPI, and asynchronous serial- all at voltages from 0-5.5VDC.