Date: Fri Aug 15 12:09:52 2008
Author: Paul Nord
Subject: Re: oscilloscope with video output
Most projectors have a VGA input. That seems like the way to go.
Standard video resolution is really rather poor. If there's not a
model on the market right now which does composite video, there is
never going to be one. It's a dead-end technology. The era has passed.
On Aug 15, 2008, at 10:50 AM, Jerry DiMarco wrote:
> I've been using the video camera to project the scope screen and
> have considered buying a converter, but would ultimately like to
> find a scope with the right output so setup would be quicker. I'm
> surprised that the major mfrs don't make models with this feature...
> At 8/14/2008 07:33 PM, you wrote:
>> I think you can get a VGA to composite video converter or a PC to TV
>> converter for about $50? -- JZ
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>> Has anyone found an oscilloscope that can be used for demos,
>> that has
>> RCA or BNC video output connectors? Not interested in VGA type
>> would like to be able to plug it in to a document camera for
>> instant display. Thanks...
>> Jerry DiMarco
>> Manager of Lecture Demonstrations and Instructional Labs
>> Montana State Univ., Physics Dept.
>> Bozeman, MT
>> Our Motto: "Find your inner demo."