Monday, April 17, 2017

Coming very soon ...

Siglent has just announced a 200MHz scope that breaks a new price/performance barrier!

The SDS1202X-E 200MHz Digital Oscilloscope offers improved Super Phosphor Technology at a remarkably affordable price. With a real-time sampling rate of 1GSa/s, this new 200MHz scope features waveform capture rates of up to 100,000wfms/s in normal mode and 400,000wfms/s in sequence mode.  The SDS1202X-E has a waveform record memory of up to 14Mpoints, and a 256-level color and intensity grading and color temperature display. Together, these technologies have been collectively dubbed by the manufacturer as “SPO” (Super Phosphor Oscilloscope) technology. The low-noise design supports 500uV/div to 10V/div voltage settings, with most of the common adjustments quickly accessible with single-button front-panel control.

The SDS1202X-E Oscilloscope’s design includes a hardware co-processor that delivers measurements quickly and accurately, facilitating an array of advanced measurement and math capabilities (FFT, integral, differential, square root) with serial decoding (I2C, SPI, UART, RS232, CAN, LIN) included as standard.  The 1 million-point FFT math function gives the SDS1000X-E improved high frequency resolution when observing signal spectra compared to similar products. I/O interfaces include USB Host, USB Device, LAN, Pass/Fail, and Trigger Out. The History function can record up to 80,000 frames of waveforms, easily accessible from the control panel.

The SDS1202X-E Oscilloscope includes an innovative digital trigger system with high sensitivity and low jitter, producing stable waveform displays.  Multiple powerful triggering modes are provided, including serial decode triggering. Thirty-eight automatic measurements and statistical functions are also included to support electronics testing and a high-speed Pass/Fail capability. Also included are a variety of useful interfaces: USB Host, USB Device, LAN (VXI-11, LXI-C), Ext Trig, Pass/Fail, Trig Out, and the capability of accepting SCPI remote control commands.

Coming soon!!!

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