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Pico's 19mm oscilloscopes offer up to 200MHz bandwidth

13 Nov 2013

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Pico Technology has launched its passport-sized portable USB-oscilloscopes, which are part of the PicoScope 2000 Series. The oscilloscopes, which are 19mm in thickness, are connected to and powered from a USB port. They offer bandwidths up to 200MHz and include an arbitrary waveform generator. They are considered nearly 80 per cent smaller than the company's previous generation of PicoScopes.

Pico's 19mm oscilloscopes offer up to 200MHz bandwidth

The specifications include a maximum sampling rate of 1GS/s, adjustable analogue offset over the full input range, and high-speed USB streaming up to 1MS/s for waveform captures of up to 100 million samples in length. The built-in signal source can act as a standard signal generator (sine, square, triangle, and others) with programmable sweep or as a 12bit 20 MS/s full-function arbitrary waveform generator.

The dual-channel scopes include a comprehensive list of features as standard, including an FFT spectrum analyser, up to 48K samples of segmented memory for rapid captures, math channels, automatic measurements, colour persistence display mode, advanced digital triggering, mask limit testing, and serial decoding (CAN bus, LIN bus, FlexRay, SPI, I2C, I2S, UART). A free SDK with example code is available for developing your own applications in languages such as C, Microsoft Visual Basic, National Instruments LabVIEW, and MathWorks MATLAB.

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