Rigol Technologies EU GmbH introduces four new high-end oscilloscopes with a large 10,1“ touch-color display.
The MSO/DS7000 is a versatile mixed-signal high-performance oscilloscope that incorporates many of the latest Rigol own designed ChipSet ASIC technology and integrated processes. With bandwidths of 100 MHz to 500 MHz (bandwidth upgrade), sample rates up to 10 GS/s and with 4 analog and 16 digital channels, the MSO/DS7000 series ideally fits for many application areas, including research and development, universities and schools, production and quality control as well as the markets for communications, automotive, aerospace, industrial and power electronics, and many others.
All models provide a large 10,1" touch-color display for better and clear signal representation and for optimal display of additional information, such as cursor positions and their coordinates, mathematical parameters and more.
For recording and processing of measuring data a memory depth of up to 500 million points is available for large amounts of data, and with a waveform capture rate of up to 600,000 wfms/sec, the user can capture, display and evaluate fast signal sequences based on the new UltraVison II Chip Set technology for fastest analysis (decoding).
Versatile Trigger-, Math- and Displaying features (enhanced FFT, Mask Test, Jitter-, and Power Analysis) are available. All Serial Bus protocol analysis (Decode/Trigger- Options), Build-in Voltmeter, Counter, totalizer, protocol analyzer and an 2 channel Arbitrary Functiongenerator completes the integration of 6 in 1 instruments. Various interfaces like USB Host, USB Device, LAN(LXI), HDMI, USB-GPIB, and USB Mouse support is offered.
Rigol’s well known 3-year warranty makes it easier for the user to switch from another provider without any risk.
As always Rigol offers these devices at an exceptional price/performance ratio. An extensive set of accessories is available including active and passive probes, high-voltage probes and a 19-inch frame, as well as software drivers for standard packages and high-level languages and the free operating software Ultrascope.