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The handheld ht2xx2 is a very nice device, but I think it has some points that could be improved, specially the lack of automatic measurements and the use of the direction keys to adjust the vertical and horizontal scales.

So, another day I saw this little 1ch oscilloscope and I decided to get one to compare. It is not perfect, but at least it offers many measurement options to choose from and implement it beautifuly. The screen is the same size as the Hantek and it shows the values in small boxes on the botton of the screen, this way I still can see the waveform. The hantek instead, shows a big banner right on top of the signal that I want to see, blocking it, and I only get max/min and freq values.
     

Another point is the menu button, I press it once and the menu options appears, I press it again the menu closes. So simple, so efficient. Why in my 2d42 I have to wait endeless 15s for the menu to clear the screen every time I have to change an option? That is annoying.

I also think that using Up/down keys to set the volts/div scale and right/left keys to adjust the timebase is more intuitive.

I hope that Hantek could consider some of this suggestions, that would really improve the usabiliy of the device.




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Согласен! Полностью поддерживаю. Управление в Хантек очень напрягает! Особенно перепутанные стрелки и ожидание исчезновения меню.
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