Tiny OLED O-scope Fits On A Breadboard


With a surplus of 3D printers at this year’s Maker Faire, it’s really surprising to see the most talked about tool among the makers is a simple oscilloscope.

[Gabriel Anzziani]’s Xprotolab is an extremely small oscilloscope, function generator, logic analyzer, and general 128×64 OLED display is the perfect addition to your next prototyping project. With its breadboard friendly format and USB output, it will dutifully serve as a 200kbps oscilloscope, 8 channel logic analyzer, or as seen in the video above, the perfect interface for a Wii Nunchuck or just a simple digital Etch-a-sketch.

In the video above the fold [Gabriel] shows off the functions of his tiny, if somewhat limited, OLED oscilloscope.

21 thoughts on “Tiny OLED O-scope Fits On A Breadboard

  1. Nice. I would like to find out where I can buy these screens. I think I will pair one up to a stellaris when it comes and make my own ‘scope.
    BTW – when you are interviewing in a noisy environment, it would be really useful if you can give the presenter a mic (clip-on, handheld, whatever). The background noise makes it really difficult to catch what’s being said.

  2. I just found out about these recently. They’re cool. He’s using an ATXMega in them…very nice work.

    I’ve been developing an even smaller development platform using a 128×32 OLED display…I’ve got a little more work to do, but I’m hoping to have some ready for the world soon. [The video is pretty bad…just put it together for a friend of mine].

  3. “a 200kbps oscilloscope”

    Really? Can you at least pretend to have read the article and/or understand oscilloscope specs?

    The scope and logic analyzer are 2MSPS and the scope is 200kHz analog bandwidth. The function generator is 1MSPS and 44.1kHz bandwidth.

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