MSO offers 2 or 4 analog and 16 digital input channels

November 20, 2018 // By Julien Happich
RIGOL Technologies' latest MSO5000 series oscilloscopes are based on the company's most advanced on-chip ASIC technology.

With bandwidths from 70 MHz to 350 MHz (bandwidth upgrade possible) and a sampling rate of 8 GS/s, the MSO5000 series is suited for applications in research and development, universities and schools, production and quality control in the automotive, communications and aerospace industry and power electronics, and much more.

All devices feature a very large 9-inch color touch screen for precise and clear signal presentation and optimal display of additional information such as cursor positions and their coordinates, mathematical parameters and analysis functions. For the acquisition and processing of measurement data and large data sets, a storage depth of up to 200 million points is available as an option. And with a signal acquisition rate of up to 500,000 wfms/s, the user can capture, display and evaluate fast signal sequences. Fastest analysis (decoding) and their representation possibilities were realized by the ultrafast chip set of the newest UltraVision II architecture.

The widest range of trigger, math and display capabilities (extended FFT of 1 million points, mask test, jitter and power analysis) are available like all common serial bus protocol analysis and trigger functions. Integrated voltmeters, frequency counters and an optional 2-channel arbitrary function generator complete the entire measuring range (7-in-1 device). Various interfaces such as USB, LAN (LXI), HDMI and GPIB (adapter) as well as USB mouse support are available.

As a special feature Rigol offers all enhancements, such as higher bandwidths, MSO with 16 digital channels, memory expansion to 200 Mio.Pts., 4 input channels (70 and 100 MHz devices) and the 2-channel Arb waveform generator functions via software Upgrade.

RIGOL Technologies - www.rigol.eu


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