SISCO digital oscilloscope with 100 MHz bandwidth, 1 GSa/s sampling rate. The oscilloscope with USB design, multi-function button design with clear button division, which can improve work efficiency, and convenient storage and portable, making work more convenient.
Digital storage oscilloscope interface details
- 8-inch high-resolution LCD screen
- Rubberized knobs
- Common function selection area
- Executive control
- Optional functional area
- Trigger easter egg area
- Front USB copy button
- Copy button
- Channel selection button
- Disposal control area
- Horizontal control area
The passive probe as standard
- Better durability
- Four-channel input
- Multi-level grayscale and color temperature display
The main application of a SISCO oscilloscope is used to display the waveforms of signals. It can be used in many fields such as automotive test, signal analysis, electrical, transducer test and measurement, electrical equipment design, medical equipment testing field, etc.
Q1: Can an oscilloscope measure DC voltage?
A1: DC voltage can be measured using either an oscilloscope or a digital multimeter. Each piece of testing equipment has its advantages and disadvantages.
Q2: What is the maximum frequency for the oscilloscope?
A2: System bandwidth determines an oscilloscope's fundamental ability to measure an analog signal - the maximum frequency range that it can accurately measure. Entry-level scopes will often have a maximum bandwidth of 100 MHz. They can accurately (within 2%) show the amplitudes of sine-wave signals up to 20 MHz.
Q3: What is the record length for an oscilloscope?
A3: The record length, measured in points or samples, divided by the sample rate (in Samples/second) specifies the total time (in seconds) that is acquired. Example: With a record length of 1 M points and a sample rate of 250 MSa/sec, the oscilloscope will capture a signal of 4 msec in length.
Tips: How to calibrate the oscilloscope probe of a digital oscilloscope?
High-performance oscilloscope for the testing high-speed signal is very difficult to ensure that the amplitude and phase frequency response is absolutely flat because of the wide bandwidth. In order to improve the measurement accuracy, the frequency response of the band is required, so that the oscilloscope and the probe test system have a consistent amplitude and frequency response in the whole bandwidth. DC calibration cannot modify frequency response. The probe AC calibration method is to use the network analyzer to test the S parameters of the active probe amplifier, and to correct the frequency response of the probe by testing the loss of each frequency point. The oscilloscope manufacturer will test the S parameters of each probe amplifier and store it in the memory inside the probe. When the user USES the probe, the oscilloscope reads the probe S parameter for AC calibration.
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