High-resolution fast-sampling 5th-generation Micsig digital storage oscilloscopes offered by Saelig

Feb. 8, 2024
Three models in the MHO3 series -- 500 MHz MHO3-5004, 350 MHz MHO3-3504, and 250 MHz MHO3-2504 -- offer a capture rate of 230,000 waveforms per second.

FAIRPORT, N.Y. – Electronics distributor Saelig Co. Inc. in Fairport, N.Y. is offering the MHO3 series 5th-generation digital storage oscilloscopes from Micsig Technology Co. Ltd. in Shenzhen, China.

The MHO3 series offers as much as 500 MHz of bandwidth, 3 gigasamples per second sampling rate, 4 analog channels, and 360 Mpts memory depth, uses a 12-bit high-resolution A/D converter with 4096 quantization levels -- 16 times that of traditional 8-bit oscilloscopes.

A 14-inch integrated touch screen with resolution of 1920 by 1200 pixels provides a sharp waveform display for operational adjustments. All operations can be completed by touch. The user interface enables users to learn how to use the scope quickly.

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There are three models in the MHO3 series: 500 MHz MHO3-5004, 350 MHz MHO3-3504, and 250 MHz MHO3-2504, all offering a 230,000 waveforms per second capture rate and a noise floor of less than 80 micro root mean voltage.

Hardware digital filtering can allow or block signal components selectively within specific frequency ranges. The MHO bandwidth can be adjusted from full bandwidth down to 30 Hz, effectively removing interference and noise.

The MHO series of fast-sampling oscilloscopes provides several triggers, including edge, pulse width, logic, Nth edge, Runt, slope, and bus decoding. Standard serial bus decoders are provided: RS-232/422/485/ UART, CAN, LIN, CAN FD, SPI, I2C, ARINC 429, 1553B.

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Math features enable simultaneous calculations of the average, maximum, minimum, and RMS of 10 measurement types, with a maximum count of as many as 10,000.

Mathematical calculations include: add, subtract, multiply, divide, integrate, differentiate, and a custom function formula capability for advanced signal analysis. Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) allows for real-time spectral analysis of input waveforms.

For more information contact Saelig online at www.saelig.com, or Micsig at www.micsig.com.

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