Cleverscope CS328 USB-connected, all-in-one PC-based, mixed signal oscilloscope from Saelig Corp. Inc. features two, 10-bit, self-calibrating A/D channels for sampling at 100 Megasamples/second simultaneously.
Pittsford, NY —Cleverscope CS328 USB-connected, all-in-one PC-based, mixed signal oscilloscope from Saelig Corp. Inc . is said to be affordable, easy to use, and able to document test results with “copy and paste” simplicity. Unit displays real-time analog, math-modified waveforms and digital signals simultaneously using a built-in signal generator as the swept-frequency source. Results are easily transferred into other applications, including Microsoft Word and Excel.
Features include two, 10-bit, self-calibrating A/D channels, sampling at 100 Megasamples/second simultaneously. Gain and offset automatically adjust for instantly viewable results for inputs from 20-800 mV full scale. External trigger adjusts from 0 to
Device offers highly flexible, mixed-signal triggering, scope and spectrum display. User can trigger from either analog channel or a combination of digital outputs. Built-in math capability permits the display of multiple modified waveforms: add or subtract channels, square root, integral, differential, filtering, and more. Optional CS700 plug-in signal/sweep generator provides test signals: sine, square: 0.2-10 MHz; triangle: 0.2-1MHz; with frequency and/or phase shift and sweep capabilities for measuring filter responses or audio amplifier testing.
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