OpenHantek is a free software for Hantek and compatible (Voltcraft/Darkwire/Protek/Acetech) USB digital signal oscilloscopes.
- Supported operating systems: Linux, MacOSX, Windows¹, Android
- Supported devices: DSO2xxx Series, DSO52xx Series, 6022BE/BL
- Digital phosphor effect to notice even short spikes
- Voltage and Spectrum view for all device supported chanels
- Math channel with these modes: Ch1+Ch2, Ch1-Ch2
- Freely configurable colors
- Export to CSV, JPG, PNG or print the graphs
- Supports hardware and software triggered devices
- A zoom view with a freely selectable range
- All settings can be saved to a configuration file and loaded again
- Multiple instances with a different device each can be started
- The dock views on the main window can be customized by dragging them around and stacking them. This allows a minimum window size of 640*480 for old workstation computers.
Install prebuilt binary
Navigate to the Releases page.
Building OpenHantek from source
You need the following software, to build OpenHantek from source:
- CMake 3.5+
- Qt 5.4+
- FFTW 3+ (prebuild files will be downloaded on windows)
- libusb 1.x (prebuild files will be used on windows)
- A compiler that supports C++11
You need an OpenGL 3.2+ or OpenGL ES 2.0+ capable graphics hardware for OpenHantek.
OpenGL is prefered, if available. Overwrite this behaviour by starting OpenHantek
from the command line like this:
USB access for the device is required:
- As seen on the Microsoft Windows build instructions page, you need a special driver for Windows systems.
- On Linux, you need to copy the file
/lib/udev/rules.d/and replug your device.
Specifications, Features and limitations
Please refer to the Specifications, Features, Limitations page.
We welcome any reported Github Issue if you have a problem with this software. Send us a pull request for enhancements and fixes. Some random notes:
- Read how to properly contribute to open source projects on GitHub.
- Create a separate branch other than master for your changes. It is not possible to directly commit to master on this repository.
- Write good commit messages.
- Use the same coding style and spacing
(install clang-format. Use make target:
make formator execute directly from the openhantek directory:
clang-format -style=file src/*).
- Open a pull request with a clear title and description.
- Read Add a new device if you want to know how to add a device.
- We recommend QtCreator as IDE on all platforms. It comes with CMake support, a decent compiler, and Qt out of the box.