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Posted to Tool & Equipment Forum on 5/16/2013 48 Replies

As a new diagnostic technician im thinking that having an oscilloscope would be an awesome diagnostic aid to have in my box. However, ive never used one and only seen a few waveforms so i still have plenty of learning to do. I dont really want to spend the 4,000ish that snap on wants for theirs. Ive seen some by hantek that have usb interface. They only cost a couple hundred and seem like the may be good enough for looking at basic ignition(primary and secondary) and sensor(02 and tps) waveforms. Thanks in advance for any input fellas

Ryan Tyda
Plainfield, Illinois, USA

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