Yokogawa Electric Corporation (www.yokogawa.com) has released a dual channel oscilloscope that comes in portrait format, making it ideal for users working in space-constricted environment.
A compact personal oscilloscope, the DLM2032 oscilloscope is easy to use and offers 350 MHz bandwidth, a maximum sampling rate of 2.5 GS/s and a record length of up to 62.5 Mpts. Its acquisition memory can save a maximum of 20,000 previously captured waveforms, while its History function allows users to view one or all of the previously captured waveforms. The digital oscilloscope also allows users to perform cursor computation, measurement and other operations. With the History function, users can also analyze rarely-occurring abnormal signals.
The rotary knob allows users to display waveforms in order, while the replay functions enables the history waveforms to be automatically played back, fast-forwarded, paused and rewound.
The DLM2032 digital oscilloscope does not only allow users to zoom factors independently, it also enables them to simultaneously display two zoomed waveforms featuring different time axis scales. In addition, the Auto Scroll function enables users to automatically scroll captured waveforms in long memory and alter the zoomed location.
The oscilloscope features 28 waveform parameters including minimum, maximum, pulse width, peak-to-peak, frequency, period, duty ratio and rise/fall time. It can also perform automated measurements using up to 20 waveform parameters.
The digital oscilloscope can perform up to two FFT analyses simultaneously, with analysis performed on the waveform’s frequency components filtered for limited bandwidth, changes of frequency in rotary object’s period and other phenomena.