Hantek Handheld Oscilloscopes

A handheld oscilloscope is perfect for engineers and technicians who work in the field. Many portable oscilloscopes have poor battery life and lackluster displays, which is why Hantek handheld oscilloscopes feature six-hour lithium ion batteries and easy-to-read five-point-seven inch color LCD displays with LED backlights for visibility in any environment.

The Hantek 8060 is a two-channel sixty megahertz oscilloscope with a precise six-thousand-count digital multimeter and a built-in twenty-five megahertz arbitrary waveform generator, allowing you to inject and measure signals with one piece of equipment.

The sixty megahertz Hantek 1060 and the two hundred megahertz Hantek 1200 oscilloscopes have exceptional waveform viewing characteristics and can be operated remotely via computer.

In addition, you can record and save up to one thousand waveforms to an external USB flash drive. Because handheld oscilloscopes are battery-powered, they can be completely isolated when working with AC power lines, enabling you to measure on electrically “hot” circuits.

All three of these Hantek handheld oscilloscopes include oscilloscope and multimeter probes, a carrying case with shoulder strap, AC power adapter, and a USB cable. The Hantek 8060 also includes a double-ended coaxial cable for the waveform generator output.

Weighing in under three pounds and just over two inches thick, these compact oscilloscopes were designed with portability in mind. Hantek handheld oscilloscopes enable you to test and service equipment anywhere.


George Leger has a Masters in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, worked in private industry pioneering surface-mount technology and in government research labs for twenty years, published several papers on surface-mount technology, co-authored papers published in national symposiums on accelerator technology, was past president of SMTA and an adjunct professor at the community college level, holds a patent, and is a certified microchip design partner, serving as a consultant to many companies developing electronic circuits.

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