A teardown and quick look at the new lower cost mid-range 70-350MHz Phoenix chipset based Rigol MSO5000 mixed signal oscilloscope, to be release on the 13th Nov. Stating at US$909.
How does it compare to the 7000 series scope just released 5 months ago?
EEVblog Main Web Continue reading EEVblog #1146 – New Rigol MSO5000 Oscilloscope
David looks at the pins on the Padauk PMS150 programmer for potential reverse engineering.
TLDR; It doesn’t look easy to reverse engineer this protocol, it’s messy with lots of voltage levels, as Padauk said it would be.
Just buy the programmer for now!
There is also a Flash/EEPROM re-programmable version of the chip, Continue reading EEVblog #1144 – Padauk Programmer Reverse Engineering
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