Oscilloscope News

Siglent sds2352x10 December 2018 - The new Siglent SDS2000X-E 200/350MHz Oscilloscopes offer a sampling rate of 2GSa/s with standard record length of 28Mpts/channel, an impressive waveform capture rate of up to 400,000 frames/sec and it supports multiple powerful triggering modes. The new economical Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes are available in 200MHz and 350MHz bandwidths.

Acute CAN news 20181120154222308128 November 2018 - Acute Technology Inc. offers a free CAN-FD trigger and decode upgrade for its TravelScope series DSO. The PC based Acute TS2212H and TS2212B oscilloscopes feature 2 channels with 200 MHz bandwidth and a sampling rate of 1 GS/s and include built-in frequency generator, DVM and digital frequency counter.

Pico Flex Current Probe23 November 2018 - pico Technology introduced the TA368 Pico D9 flex current probe. The TA368 is a flexible AC current probe utilizing the Rogowski principle and featuring a built-in integrator. Equipped with the Pico D9 probe interface, it is designed exclusively for use with the PicoScope 4444 Differential Oscilloscope, which powers the probe and automatically sets the PicoScope software to the correct range and units.

Cleverscope CS448b19 November 2018 - The Cleverscope CS448 is a isolated four-channel 200MHz 14-bit oscilloscope designed to measure high voltage, fast slew-rate signals such as those in a full or three-phase power electronic switching bridge. With new 300MHz 200x probes it can now handle 1600V signals to cope with the latest SiC MOSFETs.

Rigol MSO500016 November 2018 - RIGOL Technologies enhanced its UltraVision II family of oscilloscopes with the new MSO5000 Series Digital Oscilloscope. Available with bandwidths from 70MHz to 350MHz, 8GSa/sec sample rate, 500,000 wfms/sec waveform capture rate, and up to 200M Record Length, the MSO5000 Series delivers system performance, signal resolution and memory depth unmatched in its class.

TLC T3Family07 November 2018 – Teledyne LeCroy announced the availability of its Teledyne Test Tools (T3)-branded portfolio of test equipment through High-Service Distributor (HSD) partners. The T3 portfolio offers turnkey and affordable ancillary test equipment that engineers, developers and schools can use to assemble a well-equipped test bench efficiently, reliably and within budget.

Yokogawa DLM300023 October 2018 - Yokogawa Test & Measurement launched the DLM3000 series of mixed signal oscilloscopes with models for the 200 MHz, 350 MHz, and 500 MHz bandwidths. The new series is a successor to the DLM2000 series of mixed signal oscilloscopes and comes with new functions that meet the needs of customers who are developing technologies for electric vehicles (EVs) and power electronics.

Keysight UXR Series 70GHz19 September 2018 - Keysight Technologies announced the new Infiniium UXR-Series of oscilloscopes, with models ranging from 13 to 110 GHz of true analog bandwidth, offering industry leading signal integrity, and investment protection that meets the needs of technology advancements today and tomorrow. Superior performance levels, combined with a wide selection of bandwidth choices, make the Infiniium UXR-series the ideal solution for engineers and designers working with any generation of DDR, USB, PCIe or other serial technologies, as well as PAM4, 5G, radar, satellite communications, and optical designs.

Anritsu MP2110A O5410 September 2018 – Anritsu introduced a new firmware for the BERTWave MP2110A Sampling Oscilloscope. The new firmware will increase its PAM4 analysis function from 26 Gbaud to 53 Gbaud targeting production and inspection of optical modules. As well as featuring both high-sensitivity and high-speed measurements, with this release the MP2110A will now support development and production-line inspection of next-generation QSFP-DD optical transceivers expected to be deployed in data centers.

Keysight MX0100A202 August 2018 - Keysight launched the MX0100A InfiniiMax micro probe head, the industry's smallest solder-in probe head for high performance oscilloscopes, optimized for modern high-speed devices. This micro solder-in head for use with the company's InfiniiMax I/II probe amplifiers is designed to access small geometry target devices. The lead wires can be adjusted to accommodate targets from 0 mm to 7 mm apart.

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