RS Components now stocking PC-connected oscilloscopes

RS Components now stocking PC-connected oscilloscopes

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The flexible PicoScope 5000D family offers high performance with up to 16-bit vertical resolution, up to 200MHz bandwidth and a sampling speed of 1GS/s. The family offers both two- and four-channel models, and the devices connect to PCs through a high-speed USB 3.0 connection.

FlexRes flexible-resolution technology is used to configure hardware either as a fast oscilloscope for digital signals or a high-resolution device for analogue applications. Multiple high-resolution input ADCs in different time-interleaved and parallel combinations allow a sampling rate of up to 1GS/s at 8-bit resolution or down to 62.5MS/s at 16-bit resolution.

The MSO models in the range add up to 16 digital channels and the ability to time-correlate analogue and digital channels with high accuracy. These channels can be grouped and displayed as a bus with each value displayed in binary, hex, decimal or level. In addition, advanced triggers can also be set across both analogue and digital channels.

Deep capture memory delivers up to 512 Msamples and enables the capture of long-duration waveforms at maximum sampling speed. The company’s integrated DeepMeasure tool analyses every cycle in each triggered waveform acquisition and displays the results in a table. The latest tool version includes 12 parameters per cycle and can display up to a million cycles.

The series also delivers wide support for a wide range of protocols including CAN, FlexRay, I2C, I2S, SPI, Ethernet, USB, MODBUS and DMX512 for various applications in the automotive, embedded, industrial and lighting market sectors. The PicoSDK software development kit also allows users to write their own applications and supports continuous streaming to a host computer at up to 125MS/s.

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