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DPScope software Answered

I have an old DPScope module that has worked with Windows XP. The software I have does NOT work with Windows 10. Has anyone got working software?

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womai
womai

1 year ago

Hello,

I recently moved the DPScope website to a new host. You can download the most recent software for the scope from here:

http://dpscope.freevar.com/downloads.html

It definitely can work under Windows 10 - I have it installed on several Windows 10 machines myself. Just make sure you download the software for the correct scope - DPScope, DPScope II, and DPScope SE are - despite similar names - completely different designs and their respective PC software is not compatible to a different model. The front panel (where the LED and the probe connectors are) tells you which model it is. The link above is for the "classic" DPScope shown in the picture David posted below.


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Orngrimm
Orngrimm

1 year ago

Also, how the f... is this even possible???
"Question
by david-beit-ezra 3 hours ago | last reply 8 hours ago"
I mean... WHAT???

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Orngrimm
Orngrimm

1 year ago

I dont know your particilar model, but here are a few i used with similar ultra-slow-DSO's:
http://pididu.com/wordpress/basicscope/
--> That one could be a real find! https://github.com/pepijndevos/DPScope

However, i would suggest getting a few bucks and buying a better DSO. I have a Hantek 6022be at home and i am really happy with it. It has a lot of software to it and there are even open source-softwares to use...
https://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/six-softwar...
Also, MUCH more bandwidth (20MHz) compareed to <2MHz of DPScope.
Cost is about 50$US

Of course, if you want even faster (over 50, 80, 100 to 200MHz), you can go with more expensive Hantek Hantek6052BE (ca 150$), Hantek6082BE (ca 180$), Hantek6102BE (ca 230$) and Hantek6212BE (ca 270$)