The AVR Oscilloscope clock from Dutchtronix was covered here @ MAKE before, but I finally got around to building one – it’s great. Makes an awesome clock out of an oscilloscope. Not bad for $35… Above are some pictures from the build! It’s not actually supposed to work on a digital scope, so this was an experiment – and it worked!
This AVR Oscilloscope clock is available as a kit, using all through-hole components. The kit included ALL components necessary to assemble the board shown below, including a preprogrammed ATmega168 microcontroller. It does not include an oscilloscope. It also includes connectors for the Power and RS-232 headers on the board. The user can use these connectors to build the power and serial communication cables.
AVR Oscilloscope clock – Link.
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I notice you are using a Tek 2014B even tho the AVR clock FAQ says it won’t work. Can you tell us what your scope configuration was? How did you set it up?
xy mode, it just worked. you can play with the persist too…
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