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For novel ideas about building embedded systems (both hardware and firmware), join the 25,000 engineers who subscribe to The Embedded Muse, a free biweekly newsletter. It takes just a few seconds (just enter your email, which is shared with absolutely no one) to subscribe. Embedded developers - both those doing hardware work and those crafting firmware - use a wide range of tools, but it can be awfully hard to distinguish the good from the ugly. Clyde Shappee wrote: I have used the Instek PST-3201 triple supply in the past.

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Turned out an unused supply was current limited to 0.000 A. Chris Svec also has a GW Instek power supply: I have a GW Instek dual output power supply which is just okay - it's got a loud fan that runs all the time, and the voltage output seems to drift a bit, but that could be because I nudge the sloppy control dials unknowingly. The sampling rate is 100 MSa/sec (one-shot = 10 MHz) which is more than enough for the embedded work I do.

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In my case I opted for the 14-bit samplers and 10 MHz snal generator options. Philip Freidin sent a very comprehensive chart of USB instruments, which is here .

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I did get a surprise one day when the supply tripped for apparently no reason. This is a 100 MHz USB MSO with two analog channels, eht dital channels (nine if you include the external trger which can be displayed along with the other dital channels), and 4 mega-points of memory.

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