PC-Based Oscilloscopes Feature Deep Memory

PC-Based Oscilloscopes Feature Deep Memory
Pico Technology

For debugging the latest digital and mixed signal designs, the PicoScope 3000D Series oscilloscopes provide up to 200 MHz of bandwidth, two or four analog channels plus 16 digital channels on the mixed-signal (MSO) models, and deep memories from 64 to 512 Msamples. The scopes offer a maximum real-time sampling rate of 1 Gsamples/s and feature a USB 3.0 interface and a built-in arbitrary waveform generator (AWG). Additionally, their slim case design makes the scopes convenient for both benchtop and portable use. Other features include color persistence display modes, automatic measurements with statistics, programmable alarms, and decoding of I2C, UART/RS-232, SPI, CAN bus, LIN, FlexRay, and I2S signals. A free Software Development Kit (SDK) includes example programs in C#, C++, Excel, LabVIEW and MATLAB, and can be used with any language that supports C calling conventions. The PicoScope software and SDK are compatible with Windows XP through to Windows 8, with beta versions for Linux and Mac OS X. Beta drivers are also available for the ARM-based Beaglebone Black and Raspberry Pi. The PicoScope 3000D Series oscilloscopes are priced from $576 for the two-channel 50-MHz PicoScope 3203D to $2,385 for the four-channel 200-MHz PicoScope 3406D MSO. More information is available at http://www.picotech.com/picoscope3000.html

Pico Technology
Pico Technology North America Inc.
Tyler, TX
800-591-2796
[email protected]
[email protected]
http://www.picotech.com

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Country: United Kingdom (UK)
Phone number: +44 (0)1480-396-395
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