Yokogawa Electric Corporation (www.yokogawa.com) has introduced a dual channel oscilloscope from the DLM2000 MSO Series that delivers 200 MHz bandwidth, up to 2.5 GS/s sampling rate and a maximum record length of 62.5 Mpts.
Ideal for electronic design or debug, the DLM2022 digital oscilloscope is ergonomic and easy to use. It comes with the capability to save a maximum of 20,000 previously captured waveforms in the acquisition memory. Its History function allows users to display only one or all of the previously captured waveforms. Aside from analyzing rarely occurring abnormal signals, the History function also enables users to perform computation, cursor measurement as well as other operations on history waveforms.
The DLM2022 offers various easy-to-configure triggers that seamlessly combine analog as well as logic inputs such as enhanced, edge and B triggers.
It comes with two kinds of filters, one based on Math functions and the other is processed at the input circuit. These filters effectively reject unwanted signals, allowing users to observe bandwidths of interest only.
Since the oscilloscope allows users to independently set zoom factors, it also allows for displaying of two zoomed waveforms that have different time axis scales.
The oscilloscope’s Auto Scroll enables users to instantly scroll waveforms acquired in long memory and alter the zoomed location. With this function, users can also choose backward, forward, scroll speed, fast forward and other control options.
The 28 waveform parameters of the DLM2022 include minimum, maximum, pulse width, peak-to-peak, frequency, period, duty ratio and rise/fall time.