|What is this site about?
|Disclaimer: The author of these pages does not assume any responsibility whatsoever regarding
the design, construction or use of the described circuit. The author cannot be held responsible for
any damage to persons or property connected with the described design. This includes (but is not
limited to) damage to your computer, fitness for a specific task, and specified performance. If you
decide to build the oscilloscope and use it, you do so at your own risk. Observe safety guidelines
when soldering. Never apply any voltage exceeding 20V to the oscilloscope inputs.
|Please note that I have a new design, the DPScope, which is superior to the LCS-1M in every respect
- higher performance, smaller, faster, easier and lower cost to build (who says you can't get all of
that at the same time?). Unless you really want to build a Picaxe based instrument I highly
recommend going for the new design (the corresponding webpage is here).
Of course I will still fully support the LCS-1M in the future, but I do not plan to order another batch of
printed circuit boards, so when my current stock runs out, that will be it.
In the meantime, I am giving away the remaining boards for free (well, you need to pay shipping).