LeCroy has added two new lines to its popular WaveAce oscilloscope series ─ the WaveAce 1000 and WaveAce 2000. WaveAce 1000 oscilloscopes feature a sample rate of up to 1 GS/s with 2 Mpts of memory in two-channel models from 40 MHz to 100 MHz. WaveAce 2000 oscilloscopes deliver sample rates of up to 2 GS/s and 24 kpts of memory, and are available in two- and four-channel models from 70 MHz up to 300 MHz. All new WaveAce oscilloscopes feature a large 7” widescreen display and powerful debug tools, such as 32 automatic measurements, waveform math capabilities, pass/fail mask testing, large internal storage, remote control, and waveform recorder. The internal storage of the WaveAce can to save up to 20 waveforms, 20 setups and two reference waveforms. All WaveAce models provide a USB host port on the front panel for saving screen images, waveforms and setups to a memory stick. A rear panel USB device port can connect to a PC or printer. Connecting and communicating with a PC is simplified with LeCroy’s WaveStudio software that provides full access to the oscilloscope’s display, measurement, waveform data and front panel controls. The WaveAce 1000 is available in three different models with list prices ranging from $790 to $1,190. The WaveAce 2000 is available in eight different models with list prices ranging from $1,150 to $2,975.