01 February 2012

Embedded World: Rigol Technologies DS4000 series digital oscilloscopes

Rigol Technologies will introduce its DS4000 series digital oscilloscope, featuring up to 500MHz bandwidth at Embedded World.

Designed to reduce test time in research, development and failure analysis applications, Rigol says its DS4000 series digital oscilloscopes make detecting signal and device characteristics easier than ever with advanced waveform search, visualisation and replay.

The series features specifications of up to 500MHz bandwidth with 4GSa/s sample rate, a standard 140,000 points of deep memory, up to 200,000 frames for waveform record and replay, and up to 110,000 waveforms/second/acquisition rate. According to Rigol, with its UltraVision technology, DS4000 digital oscilloscopes offer intensity grading display and real time waveform record and display, with customisable real time hardware filters available.

Featuring a variety of trigger functions and automatic measurements with statistics,the digital oscilloscopes feature serial bus trigger and decodes such as I2C, SPI, RS232, and CAN, as well as advanced math functions. Rigol also offers a variety of active and passive probes and other accessories, arm mounts and rack mount kits.

The devices incorporate a 9in colour display and are designed to target the requirements of R&D engineers, production test engineers and advanced researchers. Potential applications include communications, aerospace/defence, research and education, industrial and consumer electronics, computing and instrumentation industries.

DS4000 series oscilloscopes are available in 100, 200, 350 or 500MHz, 2 or 4 channel varieties.

Rigol will be exhibiting at embedded world 2012 in Hall 4, Booth 516.

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