Rigol counters competition with two-channel, low noise MSO

Rigol counters competition with two-channel, low noise MSO

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Rigol has equipped the instrument with a new-designed low-noise analog front end and expanded the hardware-based real-time waveform recording capabilities. Vertical resolution has been expanded across the entire bandwidth of up to 300 MHz, depending on the model. The new scope utilises Rigol’s UltraVision series developed for the company’s DS6000 series, offering sampling rates of up to 2GS/s and memory capacities of up to 56 million frames. The 8" screen displays up to 50.000 records /sec. The 16 trigger options include runt, setup-hold, windows, nth edge ans automatic measurement functions with statistics. A range of maths functions as well optional decoding of I2C, SPI, RS-232 and CAN bus rounds off the catalogue of functions. A multi-language user interface eases setting and configuration of the instrument for persons beyond the English linguistic area.

Optional available is a two-channel arbitrary function generator with a bandwidth of 25MHz. This option facilitates the download of measurement signals acquired and using them for stimulation and signals generating without the need of an external generator or PC-based software tools.

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