Four-channel oscilloscopes

  • 06-May-2009 04:21 EDT
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RIGOL Technologies’ DS1000B series of four-channel high-performance 2 GSa/s digital storage oscilloscopes features 22 automatic measurements and pass/fail capabilities. Tapping the on-screen measure button activates a selection of automatic measurement functions, including peak-to-peak voltage, maximum and minimum amplitude, Vtop, and Vbase. Twelve automatic timing parameter measurements include frequency, period, and rise time. In addition, DS1000B series scopes can move cursors automatically to label the values of the 22 parameters in the measure menu. Automatic measurements are displayed on-screen and updated frequently. A pass/fail test is one of the special functions now also available on the DS1000B series, which compares the input signal to an established waveform mask. If the waveform touches the mask, a fail signal occurs; otherwise, the test passes. When needed, a programmable opto-isolated output can be activated for external automatic control and production line applications.
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