National Instruments changed the world of instrumentation when it released the VirtualBench. For about $2000 (USD), they give you a bench’s worth of equipment in a box about the size of Horowitz’s The Art of Electronics!  In this video review, I take a look at the VirtualBench’s 6 built-in functions.

This is a follow-up to my written review of the Virtual Bench. I use the same mixed signal oscilloscope (MSO) demo board, to point out what I like and don’t like about the VirtualBench.

VirtualBench Review Jump Points

Here are jump points to specific parts in the review.
Overall, I like the box and I think you’ll see why.  The iPad App is amazing.  The specs are impressive.  And overall, the instrument works well.

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