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Item Number : 47510P1

$109.95 EACH

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The PCSU1000 digital storage oscilloscope uses the power of your PC to visualize electrical signals. Its high sensitive display resolution, down to 0.15mV, combined with a high bandwidth and a sampling frequency of up to 1GHz are giving this unit all the power you need. The USB connection makes this unit a snap to set-up, no external power required! In the field measurements using a lap-top computer have never been this easy. This scope comes in a stylish vertical space-saving design. Powerful software will fulfill all your needs, but for those who like a challenge; a DLL is supplied, which allows you to create your own application. Requires Windows 98SE or higher.

oscilloscope: time base : 20ns to 100ms per division trigger source: CH1, CH2, EXT or free run trigger edge : rising or falling trigger level full-screen adjustable step interpolation : linear or smoothed markers for : voltage and time/frequency input range : 5mV to 2V/division input sensitivity: 0.15mV display resolution auto set-up function and X10 option pre-trigger function readouts: True RMS, dBV, dBm, p to p, Duty cycle, Frequency… record length: 4K samples / channel real-time sampling frequency: 1.25kHz to 50MHz sampling frequency for Repetitive signals: 1GHz

spectrum analyser: frequency range : 0 .. 1.2kHz to 25MHz linear or logarithmic timescale operating principle : FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) FFT resolution : 2048 lines FFT input channel : CH1 or CH2 zoom function markers for amplitude and frequency

transient recorder: timescale: 20ms/Div to 2000s/Div max. record time: 9.4hour/screen automatic storage of data automatic recording for more than 1 year max. number of samples : 100/s min. number of samples : 1 sample/20s markers for time and amplitude record and display of screens