Oscilloscope VM205


#1

I bought the scope and plugged it into my RPI 2 with Raspian Jessie, enableing SPI and can not get any life in the scope. I also tried with Wheezy. So I went to the store and got a new board, same result. Is it not configured for the RPI2? or…???
/Stefan


#2

The manual explicitly mentions Raspberry Pi 1 on its front page, but the product details do not. I will verify compatibility with the designer of the VM205.


#3

Ok
Thanks for looking in to it…
/Stefan


#4

It seems that the VM205 is not compatible with the Raspberry Pi 2.
The issue will be fixed in an upcoming software update.


#5

Ok Thanks for the feedback.
Looking forward to the new software. I guess there are no timeframe…
//Stefan


#6

Just tested the new software (rev12) on my RPI2 and its running beatifully…
thanks for the update
//Stefan


#7

Thank you for the reply.
The software will be soon released on the Velleman website.


#8

hi,
It’s possible to adapt your shield for the RPI2 with using the follows cable

txrobotic.fr/adaptateur-40-2 … -pi-b.html

Hkikem


#9

Thanks, looks like a good thing.
But the problem was not the connection, it fits on the RPI2 (just a little bit off). The problem was the software that didn’t work on the RPI2.
But with the cable it will be nicer.
//Stefan


#10

Hi,

With the cable, you must change the pins connexion of the shield because the both connexions (shield and rpi) are a female connexions. so change the female connexion of the shield in a mal connexion is better.
I worked this and it’s well. I can take take you a photo to see it.

Hakim
Best regards


#11

Thanks
but I’ve been doing that for another project mysellf
//Stefan


#12

hello to you I have a serious problem I just bought my VM205 and my raspberry b I would like to know how the program how to take what is the platform to develop my application of the oscilloscope and logic analyzer 10 ways