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Sectional / modular oscilloscope ?

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Greetings. I see no 'Test equipment' section, posting here.

Do you know of any oscilloscope on the market with a VGA/SVGA output to use it with a PC monitor or television ? A couple of channels; 20MHz bandwidht hobby use is enough.
A controls and knobs and inputs 'box' section meant for external display. Standalone, NO Windows dependent !
 

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Picoscope? But I think that wants USB for display /
data xfer.

Saelig has some portable "tablet" 'scopes which
also have a HDMI output.
 

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There are quite a few "virtual" oscilloscopes on the market that use a PC display and keyboard to display waveforms.
You could then use a VGA splitter box to run one or more much larger monitors for teaching purposes for example.
 

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