An oscilloscope is a device which is used to capture and display the waveforms of an electrical circuit. This nifty device is an electronics engineer’s best friend; however, high-performance oscilloscopes are expensive. The BitScope Micro, designed particularly for a Raspberry Pi, is a reliable and cost-effective alternative. By comparing the performance of the BitScope Micro to the DSO1102B Oscilloscopes used in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Union the accuracy of the BitScope Micro was discerned. The tested bandwidth was roughly 10 MHz, and the accuracy of the voltage probes was approximately +/-15-20%. Ultimately, the BitScope Micro would serve better for lower-frequency applications. While not the most versatile alternative to high-performance Oscilloscopes, the BitScope Micro with Rasperry Pi Model 2B microcontroller is a great tool for attaining general circuit characteristics within the limits of the scope for a price of about $230.