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Handheld oscilloscopes has advanced displays for industrial applications

09 Jan 2012

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Agilent Technologies Inc. has unveiled two new oscilloscopes for handheld instruments portfolio. The 100MHz U1610A and 200MHz U1620A are handheld units, which include a color VGA display.

With up to three viewing modes (indoor, outdoor and night vision), these instruments enable engineers to view signal waveforms by zooming in to capture glitches under all lighting conditions. The outdoor viewing mode, coupled with the 5.7in transflective display on these oscilloscopes, makes it possible to read waveforms even in bright sunlight.

Key measurement capabilities include a sampling rate of 1 or 2GSa/sec and two safety-isolated input channels. Analysis capabilities include deep memory, 1,000-times zooming, and dual zoom windows for overview and detailed displays.

""The unique capabilities of these new handheld oscilloscopes bring greater confidence in analyzing and viewing signal under many types of lighting conditions in a variety of industrial and electronics applications,"" said Ee Huei Sin, vice president and general manager of Agilent's Basic Instrument Division.




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