Yokogawa Electric (www.yokogawa.com) has unveiled its DL6154 digital oscilloscope which was developed based on user feedback and extensive market research. Under the lineup of Yokogawa’s DLM6000 series, this mixed signal digital oscilloscope offers fresh on-screen and physical interfaces.
The scope provides dedicated, backlit buttons for its most commonly accessed settings and controls, such as the spring loaded “jog shuttle” control and the five-way selector button.
Offering an impressively extensive range of waveform characterization capabilities, the scope also features advanced noise reduction and signal enhancement technologies, powerful tools for detecting anomalies and glitches, and numerous options for power measurements and serial bus analysis.
This four-channel digital oscilloscope delivers a maximum real-time sampling rate of 10 GS/s and a bandwidth of 1.5 GHz.
It maximizes the chances of catching anomalies with its leading waveform update rate of up to 250,000 times per second per channel during continuous measurement and a maximum of 2.5 million times per second per channel in N single mode.
Using its jog shuttle feature, users can fast-forward, scroll and rewind waveforms captured during high-speed acquisition from the scope’s History Memory.
Unlike traditional digital oscilloscopes, Yokogawa’s DL6154 digital oscilloscope offers not only a vertical resolution of eight-bits, it also provides a High Resolution mode to a maximum of 12-bits. Thus, users can use the scope’s High Resolution mode when measuring switching waveforms.
Using the scope’s Action On trigger function enables users to capture intermittently occurring phenomena and instantly save waveform data. Users are guaranteed that records of data including time and date will be preserved, even for phenomena that occur one a day only.