Low-cost oscilloscopes raise performance bar

The affordable TDS1000 and TDS2000 Series digital storage oscilloscopes (DSOs) are small, light-weight (just over 4 lb) instruments that are intended for use in service and repair, manufacturing testing, and digital design and de-bugging applications.

05/01/2002


Beaverton, OR - The affordable TDS1000 and TDS2000 Series digital storage oscilloscopes (DSOs) are small, light-weight (just over 4 lb) instruments that are intended for use in service and repair, manufacturing testing, and digital design and de-bugging applications. The compact 12.72 x 4.90 x 5.96 in package saves space on the engineer's bench and is easy to carry into the field. The two TDS1000 Series models are monochrome two-channel instruments with a 1 GS/sec maximum sample rate and a bandwidth up to 100 MHz. The five models in the TDS2000 family are said to be the most powerful tools in their class. Available in either color LCD two- or four-channel versions, these instruments deliver up to 200 MHz bandwidth and 2 GS/sec maximum sample rate. Standard features for both families include a Fast Fourier Transform function, advanced triggering, and a unique autoset feature that offers automatic detection and choice of different view of sine wave, square waves, and video signal. It also provides up to four automatic measurements for the displayed signal. The TDS1000 and TDS2000 DSOs are priced from $995 to $2,795.

www.tektronix.com

Tektronix Inc.





No comments
The Engineers' Choice Awards highlight some of the best new control, instrumentation and automation products as chosen by...
The System Integrator Giants program lists the top 100 system integrators among companies listed in CFE Media's Global System Integrator Database.
Each year, a panel of Control Engineering and Plant Engineering editors and industry expert judges select the System Integrator of the Year Award winners in three categories.
This eGuide illustrates solutions, applications and benefits of machine vision systems.
Learn how to increase device reliability in harsh environments and decrease unplanned system downtime.
This eGuide contains a series of articles and videos that considers theoretical and practical; immediate needs and a look into the future.
Controller programming; Safety networks; Enclosure design; Power quality; Safety integrity levels; Increasing process efficiency
Additive manufacturing benefits; HMI and sensor tips; System integrator advice; Innovations from the industry
Robotic safety, collaboration, standards; DCS migration tips; IT/OT convergence; 2017 Control Engineering Salary and Career Survey
Featured articles highlight technologies that enable the Industrial Internet of Things, IIoT-related products and strategies to get data more easily to the user.
This article collection contains several articles on how automation and controls are helping human-machine interface (HMI) hardware and software advance.
This digital report will explore several aspects of how IIoT will transform manufacturing in the coming years.

Find and connect with the most suitable service provider for your unique application. Start searching the Global System Integrator Database Now!

Infrastructure for natural gas expansion; Artificial lift methods; Disruptive technology and fugitive gas emissions
Mobility as the means to offshore innovation; Preventing another Deepwater Horizon; ROVs as subsea robots; SCADA and the radio spectrum
Future of oil and gas projects; Reservoir models; The importance of SCADA to oil and gas
Automation Engineer; Wood Group
System Integrator; Cross Integrated Systems Group
Jose S. Vasquez, Jr.
Fire & Life Safety Engineer; Technip USA Inc.
This course focuses on climate analysis, appropriateness of cooling system selection, and combining cooling systems.
This course will help identify and reveal electrical hazards and identify the solutions to implementing and maintaining a safe work environment.
This course explains how maintaining power and communication systems through emergency power-generation systems is critical.
click me