Oscilloscope News

Tek CAN FD06 December 2017 – Tektronix released new automotive-specific software solutions for the 5 Series MSO mixed signal oscilloscope designed to speed up validation and debug and shorten design cycles for the complex electronics systems found in next-generation vehicles. These new automotive solutions take full advantage of key 5 Series MSO innovations including up to 8 channels, 12-bit resolution and its massive high-definition capacitive touch display and highly intuitive user interface.

Siglent SDS1000X E 204 December 2017 - The Siglent SDS1000X-E four-channel series oscilloscopes are equipped with a 7-inch display with a resolution of 800 x 480 px, and come in bandwidths of up to 200MHz. In November 2016 Siglent released the SDS1000X-E series of two-channel SPO oscilloscopes, now the four-channel series followed with number of practical features added.

Pico Germany30 November 2017 - Pico Technology opened an office in Garbsen, Germany. The new office is in response to German PicoScope users, distributors and vehicle manufacturers asking for local sales, training and support in Germany. The facility will also service the needs of customers from Austria and Switzerland.

CA SCOPIX IV28 November 2017 - The new, stand-alone, portable, IP54, METRIX SCOPIX IV oscilloscopes are equipped with channels which are genuinely isolated from one another and from the earth with 600 V CAT III safety. They offer all the analysis modes: multimeter, analyser, recorder and viewing of the files recorded on the oscilloscope. Designed and developed using the latest cutting-edge technology, their ergonomic format ensures optimum user comfort.

Ttektronix MSO5823 November 2017 – Tektronix announced the 5 Series MSO Low Profile oscilloscope for automated test (ATE) applications. Building on the success of the 5 Series MSO mixed signal oscilloscopes and innovations like FlexChannel technology and 12-bit ADCs (analog to digital converters), the new low profile instrument offers a best in class combination of channel density, performance and low-cost per channel at 1 GHz bandwidth that allows researchers and scientists to gather more accurate data and gain deeper insights while reducing test equipment space requirements.

Pico 9300series22 November 2017 - Pico Technology has added three 15 GHz models and a further 25 GHz model to its portable and low-cost PicoScope 9300 Series of Sampling Oscilloscopes. The new 15 GHz models replace the preceding 9200 Series 12 GHz models, with significantly upgraded specifications at even lower prices, with the result that all Pico Sampling Oscilloscopes now operate under the PicoSample 3 software. These instruments combine Pico’s uniquely cost-effective sampling technology with the convenience of USB and LAN control ports.

TLC SAM4020 November 2017 - Teledyne LeCroy launched 24-Bit sensor acquisition extension modules for its oscilloscopes. The SAM40 provides up to 24 input channels for low frequency (sensor signal) acquisition and analysis. It connects to a 4 or 8 channel Teledyne LeCroy 12-bit resolution high definition oscilloscope (HD4096 HDOs and MDAs) to provide Analog+Digital+Sensor (up to 8+16+24 channel) acquisitions. This capability is ideal for system debug and analysis of deeply embedded, electromechanical, and mechatronic designs.

Tek CurrentHarmonics15 November 2017 – Tektronix released new options for the 5 Series MSO mixed signal oscilloscope including a power analysis solution, Automotive Ethernet testing solution, and serial trigger and decode solutions for the aerospace and automotive markets. These new solutions take full advantage of key 5 Series MSO innovations including up to 8 input channels, 12-bit resolution and its massive high-definition capacitive touch display and highly intuitive Direct Access user interface.

HS EMC02 November 2017 - TiePie engineering introduced the Handyscope HS6 DIFF - 1000XMESG EMI analyzer. The Handyscope EMI analyzer gives the user the possibility to quickly perform a EMI compliance test. With this cost effective test, time and money are saved by avoiding extra visits to expensive EMC testing facilities. The supplied EMI probe set TP-EMI-HS6 contains three magnetic field (H field) probes and one electric field (E field) probe. The tripod ensures that the probes can be positioned properly at the object under test.

Yokogawa CXPI26 October 2017 - Yokogawa adds CXPI automotive serial bus analysis to the range of options available on the company’s DLM2000 and DLM4000 Series mixed signal oscilloscopes. CXPI (Clock Extension Peripheral Interface) is a new automotive serial bus interface that is designed to provide an optimised solution in applications previously served by the established CAN and LIN bus systems, which until now have been the main interfaces used for in-vehicle communications.

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