Since the Assembly Notes have step by step instructions on how to assemble the scope most of this Instructable will be on the things not in the Assembly Notes. And little tricks I learned through the years working in electronics.
Step 1: The Kit
Take the quick reference to your computer, on the bottom of the quick reference it says “For Complete and updated documents please visit: http://www.jyetech.com that is JYETECH.
On your computer go to:
Click on English
Under Quick Links Click on Documents
Down load all the files under models 06203P, 06203KP, and 06204KP for all three models it is the same files.
How to Upgrade Firmware by Bootloader
How to Program 062 Oscilloscopes
Step 2: Print Files
The reason for printing the pdf files is so you can tick off the steppes as you follow the assembly notes.
Step 3: Check the Parts
Step 4: Tools
Power supply 9 to 12 volts DC 300 ma
Needle nose pliers
Step 5: Assembling the Oscilloscope
Cut off the excess leads off the through hole parts as you add them to the circuit board or it will be like trying to solder through a hair brush.
Your joint is good on the through hole parts if you can pluck the end of the excess wire lead and it rings like a guitar string.
Step 6: Testing
Connect the power to the oscilloscope.
The LCD should light up.
“Boot loader” then should come on the LCD.
The LCD should switch to WWW.JYETECH.COM.
Last F= and Hz
This indicates the oscilloscope is functioning normally, if it doesn’t display this on the LCD follow the Troubleshooting Guide.
Step 7: Assembling the Probe
After the oscilloscope is completely assembled gather the parts for the probe.
Strip ¼ inch of the insolation off both ends of the small red and black wires and solder one end onto the alligator clips.
Slip the rubber boots on to the alligator clips and slip the small shrink tube on to the wires.
Next strip ½ inch of the insolation off the outside layer of the coaxial cable.
Twist the outer braded wire.
Strip ¼ inch of the insolation off the inner wire.
Solder the red wire to the inner wire and the black wire to the outer braded wire.
Slip the shrink tube over the joints and heat to shrink then slip the larger shrink tube over the two joints and heat to shrink.
Step 8: The BNC Connector
Solder the center wire to the center tab of the BNC connector and the outer braded to the outer tab of the BNC connector.
Then screw the collar back on the connector.
Step 9: Testing the Probe and Oscilloscope
Now when I power up the oscilloscope it said F= 1000Hz after booting up.
Then I checked the other functions of the oscilloscope.
Step 10: Making a Portable Power Supply
8 AA batteries
1 9 volt battery terminal
1 coaxial power plug
1 12 volt AA battery holder
Slip the shrink tube over the wires of the 9 volt battery terminal and heat to shrink.
Unscrew the collar of the coaxial power plug and slip it over the wire of the 9 volt battery terminal.
Then solder the red wire to the center tab of the coaxial cable connector and the black wire to the outer tab and screw the collar back in place.
Place the 8 AA batteries in the battery holder, clip the 9 volt battery terminal to the holder, and plug it into the oscilloscope and watch it boot up.