01 September 2014 -- B&K Precision introduces the new 2190D bench digital storage oscilloscope (DSO). This compact dual-channel DSO offers several measurement functions with 100 MHz bandwidth and 1 GSa/s sampling rate. Building on the success of the discontinued analog model 2190B oscilloscope, the 2190D now provides users with digital features including a 7” widescreen color display, waveform memory up to 40,000 points, pass/fail limit testing, digital filtering, waveform recorder, and 32 automatic measurements.
For educators, the 2190D offers a context-sensitive help feature and the ability to disable the Auto Set button along with Measure and Cursor menus.
Additional features include advanced triggering capabilities, FFT and math functions, multi-language interface, and remote PC connectivity via RS232 and USB. A USB host port is available on the front panel for saving setups, waveform data, screenshots, or CSV files to a USB flash drive. Users can save up to 20 oscilloscope setups and 10 different waveforms to internal memory. An optional USB-to-GPIB adapter can also be connected to the USB host port for GPIB connectivity. Each model comes standard with two passive 10:1 probes.
B&K Precision's 2190D 100 MHz DSO is listed at a price of $399.