GW Instek GDS-1072-U oscilloscope designed with user-friendly menu tree operations

To meet today’s demanding engineering budget and requirements, GW Instek (www.gwinstek.com) has equipped the GDS-1072 digital oscilloscope with user-friendly menu tree operations along with an excellent balance between sampling speed and memory length.

With 4,000 point record length, the ergonomically-designed oscilloscope delivers a maximum real-time sampling rate of 250 MSa/s and an equivalent time sampling rate of up to 25 GSa/s. In addition, the oscilloscope also features 70 MHz bandwidth and a vertical resolution of eight bits.

The dual channel oscilloscope is designed with 5.7-inch color TFT LCD display. Its front USB host port enhance data storage capability, allowing users to save large amount of data, such as waveform, screenshot and panel setup into a flask disk. Meanwhile, the rear USB device port enables users to remotely control the device and easily transfer data to the PC.

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The oscilloscope GDS-1072-U also allows users to save up to 15 waveforms into the memory and display them at a later time. Users can save two live waveforms and two reference waveforms, which can be simultaneously compared on the screen. Moreover, measurements related to signal time and voltage can also be simultaneously shown on the screen in real-time using the Measure key press.

Aside from 19 auto measurement functions, the oscilloscope also feature several acquisition modes to help users accurately measure the waveforms. Its FFT and math functions keeps users updated of measurement results in real time, while its advanced auto-set function allows the oscilloscope to automatically catch as well as display waveforms quickly.

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