Fluke (www.fluke.com) has released its 192C Color Scopemeter, which offers all the tools needed in troubleshooting various problems such as finding the source of unwanted noise or solving intermittent failure problems, and performing calibration and routine maintenance.
The scope features a bandwidth of 60 MHz and a real-time sampling rate of up to 0.5 GS/s. It is ideal for engineers who require high performing oscilloscope in a battery powered, handheld device. Its deep memory has the capability to store up to 27,500 points per input. This allows the scope to record high-resolution waveform events and capture glitches and fast intermittents for as short as 50 ns.
The model’s high-resolution color display allows easy identification of waveforms, particularly when viewing multiple overlapping waveforms. It also provides on-screen color labels, warnings and measurements that are clearly marked to their corresponding waveforms.
To enable users to monitor the system’s behavior after a long period of time, the Fluke 192C/S Color ScopeMeter features waveform pass/fail testing. This allows the scope to store up to 100 individual matching (pass) or non-matching (fail) waveforms in its replay memory. The scope is also equipped with a digital persistence mode, which aids users analyze dynamic and complex signals.
To address the frustrating problem of encountering a one-time anomaly flash by without having the chance of ever seeing it again, the company has provided the scope with an automatic capture and display capability. The new Fluke 192C/S Color ScopeMeter allows users to “freeze” the last 100 screens and view them as live animation or scroll through them picture-by-picture.