Battery-powered oscilloscope features automotive presets

Battery-powered oscilloscope features automotive presets

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By Christoph Hammerschmidt

Saelig Company, Inc. has introduced the Micsig SATO1004 Automotive Tablet Oscilloscope with 4 channels, a bandwidth of 100MHz, touchscreen operation and a comprehensive set of vehicle diagnostics. With its signal sample rate of 1GSa/s, the SATO1004 is a powerful, professional, and affordable vehicle testing tool for evaluating systems such as: ABS, Accelerator Pedal, Throttle Position, Fuel Pressure, Air Flow meter, Crankshaft, Camshaft, Knock, MAP, 12/24V Charging & Start, Charging Ripple, Cranking Current Sensors, Actuators, Ignition, and Networks (CAN, LIN, Flex ray, K line, etc.) Designed for portable & benchtop use, the built-in 7500mAh Li-ion battery supports 5 hours of portable operation, or the oscilloscope can be connected to an external 12V power adapter for continuous use. An auto-calibration function ensures measurement accuracy.

The Micsig SATO1004 Automotive Oscilloscope comes with an ‘automobile diagnostic presets’ package, powerful signal capture and analysis capabilities, as well as smart bus trigger and decode features that include: UART, LIN, SPI, CAN, I2C, 1553B, 429, etc. It also supports PC and smartphone remote control.  

This portable instrument combines a capacitive 8” TFT LCD touch screen (touch, drag, and swipe) with traditional ‘button & knob’ operation. The built-in HDMI output adds educational and demonstration possibilities for large displays or projectors. Live screen images can be transmitted to an external projector when the oscilloscope is connected to a WiFi network.  The scope can display or be remotely controlled via WiFi or USB, via a PC or an Android or iOS mobile device.

Made by Shenzhen-based Micsig, a leading provider of battery-powered portable and handheld oscilloscopes since 2004, SATO1004 oscilloscopes are available as a Standard Kit that includes a number of automotive probes, or as an extended Master Kit which adds extra pair of multimeter probes, a secondary pickup, plus a hard case.


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