Yokogawa (www.yokogawa.com) has released its new line of digital and mixed signal oscilloscopes — the DLM6000 series.
Boasting fresh physical and on-screen interfaces anchored on user feedback and extensive market research, the oscilloscopes integrates dedicated, backlit buttons for commonly used settings, and innovative Yokogawa controls, such as the spring loaded “jog shuttle” control and five-way selector button.
Providing a comprehensive lineup of capabilities for waveform characterization, the DLM6000 series also offers powerful tools for detecting anomalies and glitches, noise reduction and advanced signal enhancement technologies, as well as a vast array of options for power measurement and serial bus analysis. Its models feature four channels with 16 or 32 bit logic inputs, and 1.5 GHz, 1.0 GHz or 500 MHz bandwidths.
Waveform update rate determines the possibility of capturing an intermittent glitch. Enabling the logic inputs in other mixed signal oscilloscopes severely affects the waveform update rate. But with the DLM6000 series’ waveform update rate users can easily detect transients and abnormalities in their logic and analog channels.
Most oscilloscopes require users to devise trigger settings and re-measure the event to conveniently analyze and observe abnormalities such as unpredictable noise. With the History Memory function of the DLM6000, users need not re-measure the event once it occurs, as it allows users to recall waveforms previously displayed on the screen.
The oscilloscope’s Search and Zoom functions allows users to extract abnormalities and locations quickly, and zoom in waveforms of interest and observe them in detail.
It also allows users to independently set zoom factors enabling the oscilloscope to simultaneously display two zoomed waveform portions with varying time axis scales.