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Postby snowflake » Thu Feb 24, 2005 11:20 am

hi to all

looking to purchase the above but unsure as to which kit to purchase.

I'm a mobile mechanic have a laptop with autoenginuity software and was thinking of going down the scope route

has anyone got any thoughts on system and cost

will it be a system that is just in the van and hardly used

any comments would be helpfull

Pico Kits

Postby Autonerdz » Thu Feb 24, 2005 5:32 pm

Hi Snowflake,

If you are in the US, call me. I can answer all of your questions. 1-877-628-4899 toll free. Our pricing is competitive and we have a $350 support package included free with each kit you get from Autonerdz. We have happy users on five continents. There is a good reason for that.

You are heading in the right direction. The Automotive industry trend is toward more PC based diagnostics for many reasons. The PicoScope is the best PC based DSO for the money available. We have a couple of custom kits which differ from others'. Our Master Kit is the Pico Advanced kit but has two 20:1 attenuators included. Our Powermaster kit is the same thing but instead of the ADC 212/3 it has the ADC 212/50.

You can see details here:


And here:


As a mobile guy, you would still be able to set up PicoScope so that it was as available as your AutoEnginuity. There are many ways you can deploy the equipment. Some examples can be seen here:


The equipment is very flexible and can be adapted for your needs. However, not something you will be able to use out in the rain :? The long leads would reach out from your van, or you could make it portable and use it in the customer's vehicle.

There is a learning curve, but we got your back :D Our library of tutorial movies is only the beginning. Once you get comfortable with it, you will not use anything else.

Tom Roberts
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Postby snowflake » Fri Feb 25, 2005 9:32 am


thanks very much for that information I'm based in the uk so will have a look over here for some kits and prices

once again thanks very much

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