FAIRPORT, N.Y. – Saelig Co. Inc. in Fairport, N.Y., is offering the Siglent SDS1104X-E (100 MHz) and Siglent SDS1204X-E (200 MHz) four-channel oscilloscopes with two 1 gigasample-per-second A/D converters and two 14-megapoint memory modules for test and measurement applications.
Waveform capture rates are as fast as 100,000 wfms/s in normal mode and 400,000 wfms/s in sequence mode.
The SDS1000X-E scopes feature a 7-inch 256-level color display with intensity grading and color temperature features to show signal event occurrence statistics.
The 4-channel SDS1000X-E series has a hardware co-processor to deliver measurements quickly without slowing acquisition or front-panel response. Additionally, the low-noise design allows measurements of very small signals since the scopes support 500uV/div to 10V/div voltage settings, with most common adjustments quickly accessible with single-button front-panel control.
Fast four-channel sampling is achieved with the two-A/D converter front-end design: when all channels are enabled, each channel has sample rate of 500MSa/s and a standard record length of 7 megapoints.
When one channel per A/D converter is active, the maximum sample rate is 1GSa/s and the maximum record length is 14 megapoints. This Siglent oscilloscope series supports multiple powerful triggering modes (Edge, Slope, Pulse Width, Window, Runt, Interval, Dropout, Pattern, Video) but also include serial bus data triggering since decoding for IIC, SPI, UART, CAN, LIN bus types is included as standard.
The X-E models also include history waveform recording, and sequential triggering to facilitate extended waveform recording and analysis. A 1 million point FFT math function gives the SDS1000X-E very high frequency resolution when observing signal spectra.
The SDS1000X-E series four channel scopes also feature searching and navigating, on-screen Bode plots (gain/ phase vs. frequency), 16 digital channels (option), an external USB powered 25MHz AWG module (option), a Siglent USB 802.11b/g/b WiFi adapter (option), and an embedded application that allows remote control of the instrument via a web browser for configuration, collecting data, or for remote troubleshooting and monitoring.
For more information contact Saelig online at www.saelig.com.
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