Fluke (www.fluke.com) has launched its ScopeMeter 125 series oscilloscope that incorporates all the power of 120-Series, Industrial Bus Health Test capabilities and advanced power measurements.
The ScopeMeter 120 Series is said to be the rugged solution for installation applications and industrial troubleshooting. The series is based on the Fluke 120 series and has all the features of the 124 ScopeMeter, with the capability to analyze and measure the signal quality on common industrial buses.
“The Fluke 125 is based on the Fluke 124 and includes all the functions and capabilities of that instrument. On top, a Bus Health Test mode allows for an analysis of the signal quality on industrial buses and networks, comparing measured signals to the standards’ signal requirements,” said on the manufacturer’s website.
The ScopeMeter 125 series also offers the full specifications of the Fluke 124. On top of that, the Bus Health Test capability is also included, such as bandwidth of up to 40 MHz, sample rate of 2.5 GS/s (repetitive sampling) and 25 MS/s (single shot sampling), bus health test, and parameter classification.
Bus systems supported include user defined single wire or balanced system; CAN-bus (ISO-11898, up to 1 Mb/s); AS-i (EN50295, 166 kb/s); ControlNet (61158 type 2, 5Mb/s); Interbus S (EIA-485, 500 kb/s); Foundation Fieldbus H1 (61158 type 1, 31.25 kb/s); Modbus (EIA-232 up to 115 kb/s and EIA-485 up to 10 Mb/s); Profibus PA (61158 type 1, 31.25 kb/s); Profibus DP (EIA-485 up to 10 Mb/s); Ethernet 10BaseT (UTP, 10 Mb/s); Ethernet 10Base2 (coaxial); RS-485 (EIA-485, up to 10 Mb/s); and RS-232 (EIA-232, up to 115 kb/s).
Measured parameters include baud rate, risetime, fall time, high level, low level, bias voltage level, signal amplitude, distortion and jitter.