Saelig (www.saelig.com) has announced the availability of the PS4262, a dual channel full-featured oscilloscope that comes with an integrated low-distortion signal generator.
Offering a bandwidth of five MHz and a resolution of 16 bit, the PS4262 oscilloscope also features a function/arbitrary waveform generator with a sweep function which facilitate rapid frequency response analysis. With advanced capabilities such as mask limit testing, spectrum analysis, reference waveforms, math functions, serial decoding, advanced digital triggering, color persistence display and automatic measurements, the oscilloscope delivers a performance that rivals other high-priced dedicated audio and dynamic signal analyzers.
The oscilloscope features a careful front-end design and shielding that enables it to minimize crosstalk, noise and harmonic distortion to offer a 16-bit data acquisition tool.
Aside from the standard triggers, the PS4262 also offers advanced digital triggers such as windowed, pulse width and dropout triggers. These features allow the oscilloscope to easily capture significant data.
It delivers a maximum real-time sampling rate of 10 MSa/s and allows users to continuously stream data through USB at 1 MSa/s. The oscilloscope’s large buffer memory of 16 Megasample allows deep data discovery and accurate waveform expansion, while its mask limit testing function enables users to identify dubious signals within the waveform buffer.
PS4262 features a menu with eleven automatic frequency-domain measurements such as THD, IMD, SNR and SFDR, while offering an easy-to-learn user interface. The USB-powered oscilloscope eliminates the need for an AC adapter and can be used with a laptop or with a desktop PC.