Yokogawa Electric (www.yokogawa.com) has introduced a four channel digital oscilloscope that delivers excellent time resolution, 500 MHz bandwidth and up to 32 bit logic input.
With almost all digital oscilloscopes offering only eight bits of vertical resolution, the DLM6054 digital oscilloscope comes with High Resolution mode that allows it to reconstruct and oversample a higher resolution signal with up to 12 bits resolution. High Resolution mode works on single shot acquisitions and does not need a repetitive signal.
Unlike most oscilloscopes that require users to re-measure events and devise clever trigger setting to observe and analyze abnormalities, the DLN6054’s eliminates the need to re-measure past phenomena with its History Memory feature. This allows users to recall past waveforms previously displayed onscreen.
Capturing an intermittent glitch depends largely on the oscilloscope’s waveform update rate, which is often severely affected whenever the logic inputs are enabled. The DLM6054 has been specifically designed to maintain update rates, allowing users to detect transients and abnormalities in the logic or analog channels.
The oscilloscope also comes with various application-oriented triggers that enable it to isolate waveforms easily.
Users can also measure a maximum of 16 parameters during acquisition by simply checking the boxes of parameters to be measured from the setting screen’s parameter list.
Aside from displaying logic signals, the DLM6054 can also display certain clock signals in a state display or a group’s logic signals in a Bus display.