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Digital Oscilloscope Simplifies Remote Control Capability

A new digital oscilloscope with four channels has a 200 MHz bandwidth, 200M sample/s maximum sampling rate and an acquisition memory of up to 32M word per channel. The DL1600 is small, portable and weighs less than 11 lb. Borrowing from earlier models, the DL1600 DSO makes it easy to remotely control the instrument and transfer data. Users can control the instrument from any network connection using the built-in web server and 100 Base-T Ethernet connector, or control the instrument with a direct connection to a PC via USB, RS-232 or GP-IB. The DL1600 offers three types of removable media floppy disk, ZIP disk or Type II PCMCIA card. A math function computes values in real-time when the instrument operates in roll mode. For instance, when measuring slow signals, calculated values are determined and displayed immediately, rather than having to wait for the measurement to finish. Like its predecessors, the DL1600 has the ability to view and analyze previously acquired waveforms using the History tool, while the History Search tool lets users quickly find previously acquired waveforms either meeting or failing to meet user-defined conditions. The tools help engineers quickly find events occurring once or twice in a thousand measurements. YOKOGAWA CORP. OF AMERICA, Newnan, GA. (800) 258-2552.


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