Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Pico 4262 PicoScope 16-bit Oscilloscope

The Pico 4262 PicoScope 16-bit Oscilloscope is a dual–channel, very–high–resolution oscilloscope (VHRO) with an integrated low–distortion signal generator. With its 5 MHz bandwidth, it can easily analyze audio, ultrasonic and vibration signals, characterize noise in switched mode power supplies, measure distortion and perform a wide range of precision measurement tasks. 16-bits is the precision you need for these delicate tasks!  In stock at Saelig now!

With 10 MSa/s  sampling, 16 MSample  buffer memory and 5 MHz  bandwidth, the PicoScope 4262 gives you the precision and performance you need at an affordable price.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

PicoScope 2204A - like a benchtop oscilloscope, only smaller and better.

The PicoScope 2204A 10 MHz, 1 GS/s oscilloscope is a small, light, modern alternative to bulky benchtop devices. You can fit a powerful scope in your laptop bag so it’s perfect for engineers on the move, Ideal for a wide range of applications including design, test, education, service, monitoring, fault finding, and repair, its passport-size is not the only benefit of these PC-based scopes. 

With free PicoScope 6 software, high-end features such as serial decoding and mask limit testing are included as standard. New functionality is regularly delivered through free upgrades, optimized with the help of ‘satisfied customer’ feedback. 

USB connectivity makes printing, copying, saving, and emailing your data from the field quick and easy. The high-speed USB interface allows fast data transfer, while USB powering removes the need to carry around a bulky external power supply.  The PicoScope 2200A Series oscilloscopes provide fast real-time sampling rates up to 1 GS/s, equivalent to a timing resolution of only 1 ns. For repetitive signals, equivalent-time sampling (ETS) mode can boost the maximum effective sampling rate up to an incredible 10 GS/s, allowing even finer resolution down to 100 ps. All scopes support configurable length pre-trigger and post-trigger capture.

Monday, June 15, 2015

Advanced Triggering Anyone?

Pico Technology's Video of the Month is “Advanced Trigger Modes” which introduces the subject with examples of runt pulse and pulse width triggering.  

See how easy it is to set up and use advanced triggering in PicoScope.   

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Here's the fifth Teledyne LeCroy video we made!

New WaveSurfer3000 oscilloscopes offer great value for money. Steve Murphy from Teledyne LeCroy's HQ in downstate New York told us why.  Plus - their scopes are the only ones manufactured in USA!

See why in this video:  http://bit.ly/1GsNr6x

Monday, June 8, 2015

Siglent Isolated Handheld Oscilloscopes

Martin Lorton is a video blogger who specializes mostly in solar power, power measurements, and test equipment. This video shows both Siglent Handheld Oscilloscope models and explains the difference with actual testing. He also shows a Siglent SDS5162 generator and the fact that its low-side on the output BNC connectors is floating above ground. Some people want or need a generator with a floating output - all the Siglent SDG5000’s have that feature.


Automotive Service Professionals Week

June 8-14 Auto Service Professionals Week. Give your mechanic a hug and a Pico Automotive Scope!

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Teledyne LeCroy Visits Saelig

Staff from Teledyne LeCroy came here last week to get Saelig technical staff up to speed with their state-of-the-art.  Their fastest scopes use Teledyne-proprietary Indium Phosphide technology for high-speed data acquisition, not used by other manufacturers, as well as dedicated A/Ds on each channel, touch-screen easy-use interfaces, more software tools than other manufacturers - and cool, distinctive black cases!

To share what we learned we made 5 videos - here are the first three videos we've made:

Introducing Teledyne LeCroy's amazing 12-bit HDO4000 oscilloscopes.

How to use HDO4000's Flashback & Notebook features on Teledyne LeCroy's 12-bit scopes  

How to find glitches & use statistics on Teledyne LeCroy's HDO4000 scopes from Saelig