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SIGLENT announces new four Channel Digital Oscilloscopes

Siglent SDS1000X E 205 December 2017 - The new oscilloscopes of the Siglent SDS1000X-E four-channel series are equipped with a 7-inch display having a resolution of 800 * 480, and come in bandwidths of up to 200MHz. Siglent's SPO technology offers a excellent signal fidelity and background noise that is lower than similar products on the market. The SDS1000X-E has vertical sensitivity down to 500 μV / div and boasts a waveform memory of up to 14 MPts.

Siglent SDS1000X-E four-channel series comes with a full complement of measurement and mathematical functions and includes a 1 M points FFT function, providing for a more detailed spectrum trace. With its powerful math co-processor, measurements are made quickly and easily on the entire waveform, not just part of it.

The SDS1000X-E oscilloscopes can perform both amplitude-frequency as well as phase-frequency characterization of the device or system under test. The results can be displayed in a Bode chart or list and can be exported. The scanning source is an optional USB arbitrary waveform generator module or independent SIGLENT SDG instrument.

USB Arbitrary Waveform Generator Module

The SDS1000X-E four-channel series can access the 25 MHz USB arbitrary waveform generator module (option) via the USB Host. This AWG option supports sine wave, square wave, triangular wave, pulse wave, noise, DC and 45 built-in arbitrary waveforms.

USB WIFI Adapter

The SDS1000X-E four-channel series can also be accessed through the USB Host using the USB wireless communication module (option), which can provide wireless communication via a Wifi connection. With this option, the oscilloscope can be networked into a wireless system and controlled remotely.

SDS1000X-E four-channel series utilizes an embedded Web Server in order to easily enable remote control of the oscilloscope using a web browser. This now eliminates the need to install a special driver and host computer software. Users can use their browser to observe the waveform and obtain measurement results. In addition to eliminating the need for more complex installation, this allows the measuring computer to be located away from harsh environments.

In November 2016 Siglent released the SDS1000X-E series of two-channel SPO oscilloscopes, now Siglent expanded the series to include a 4 channel version and also added a number of practical features.

www.siglentamerica.com/



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