Oscilloscope News

Rigol DS8000 R18 February 2021 - Rigol Technologies presented the new DS8000-R series oscilloscopes integrated in a faceless module intended for rack integration. Occupying half a rack in width and 1U in height these modular oscilloscopes are equipped with four analog inputs and cover a frequency range of up to 2 GHz. DS8000-R series digital oscilloscope is a compact mid-to-high-end digital oscilloscope based on RIGOL's UltraVision II platform. With a compact design, DS8000-R supports multi-machine system integration, suitable for rack installation.

Yokogawa DL95016 February 2021 - Yokogawa Test & Measurement Corporation announced the DL950 ScopeCorder, a high-precision data acquisition system. The DL950 is the successor to the DL850 and DL850V ScopeCorder series that were released in 2010, and features a number of enhancements that improve both functionality and operability. In addition, two new input modules are being released for the DL950; these are the 720212, which is capable of reading data at 200 mega-samples per second (MS/s), and the 720256, which can read data from four input channels at 10 MS/s. By the fall of this year, Yokogawa will also release an optional flash acquisition function for the storage of high-sampling-rate data in embedded non-volatile memory.

RS K5808 February 2021 - With the new K58 option for its oscilloscopes R&S RTO and R&S RTP, Rohde & Schwarz launches the world’s first triggering and decoding solution for 1000BASE-T1, further extending its leading position in test solutions for automotive. Similar to the existing 100BASE-T1 or CAN bus analysis and decode capability, OEMs and Tier1 suppliers now have the possibility to analyse and decode the latest bus speeds at the leading edge of automotive digital design.

Tek Automotive Ethernet05 February 2021 – Tektronix launched the TekExpress Multi-Gigabit Automotive Ethernet Compliance Test Solution as the first-in-market solution to meet the requirements of complex automotive designs. As newer automotive technologies such as autonomous driving, 5G and connected car solutions develop, the paths carrying the vast amount of data necessary to support those technologies must be tested to ensure reliable transfers between a vehicle’s electronic sub-systems.

Pico 4000A13 January 2021 - Pico Technology announced the new PicoScope 4000A Series PC-based oscilloscopes, a second-generation upgrade and expansion of the company's high-resolution, deep-memory product portfolio. With 2-, 4- and 8-channel models available, the PicoScope 4000A Series boasts 12-bit hardware resolution (to 16 bits with Resolution Enhancement), 256 MS deep capture memory, 20 MHz bandwidth with 80 MS/s sampling speed, up to 70 dB SFDR and a built-in 14-bit triggerable signal generator and 80 MS/s AWG. A SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface powers the instrument and delivers up to 160 MS/s communications to the host PC.

Caltest CT444811 January 2021 - Cal Test introduced three new unique BNC to banana jack attenuating adapters. What is unique is that in addition to being Fully Insulated BNC male to 4 mm Sheathed Banana Jack Adapters, they are ATTENUATING adapters providing 1,000 V CAT II and 600 V CAT III protection.

Keysight M9505A21 December 2020 - Keysight Technologies launched new 800G test solutions for validating electrical and optical interfaces to speed development of next generation data center technologies, including the first 100Gb/s transmitter and receiver pre-conformance test solution.

Tek TekDrive10 December 2020 - Tektronix announced the availability of TekDrive, the first native oscilloscope-to-cloud software solution to facilitate global data collaboration directly on an oscilloscope, PC, phone or tablet. Created to enable ultimate ease and accuracy in data accessibility and collaboration, TekDrive provides engineers the ability to instantaneously share and recall data directly on an oscilloscope, eliminating the need for cumbersome data-sharing practices. TekDrive allows for data to automatically become accessible, usable and shareable across teams and partners, making remote work easier—all with industry-leading security practices built in.

Acute SENT07 December 2020 - Acute Technology upgrades its digital storage oscilloscope (DSO) to support the SAE J2716 SENT (Single Edge Nibble Transmission) communication protocol with bus decode and trigger.

Siglent SDS1104X U30 November 2020 - SIGLENT’s new SDS1104X-U 4 channel 100MHz bandwidth Super Phosphor Oscilloscope has a maximum sample rate of 1 GSa/s and a standard record length of 14 Mpts. For ease-of-use, the most commonly used functions can be accessed with its user-friendly front panel design. Serial bus decoding for IIC, SPI, UART, CAN, and LIN bus types are included.

Related Articles:

No related articles found


 

 Advertising