To handle a variety of signal types, the PicoScope 5000D Series FlexRes oscilloscopes has 8 to 16 bits of vertical resolution, with up to 200 MHz bandwidth and 1 GS/s sampling speed. In fact, its 16-bit resolution can magnify low-level signals at high zoom factors. This allows you to view and measure features such as noise and ripple superimposed on larger DC or low-frequency voltages.
In addition, it includes advanced features such as mask limit testing, serial decoding, advanced triggering, automatic measurements, math channels (including the ability to plot frequency and duty cycle against time), XY mode, and segmented memory. The PicoScope 5000D Series also benefits from Pico’s award-winning DeepMeasure™ feature, high-speed data streaming, as well as FlexRes flexible resolution, which not only has a direct and positive impact on the analytic tools, but also waveform retrievability and the interactivity of the dashboard and the reporting tools.
As a matter of fact, this is why the PicoScope 5000D Series FlexRes oscilloscope has the most appropriate hardware resolution for the requirements of each measurement. Other key features of the PicoScope 5000D Series include, deep capture memory – from 128 million to 512 million samples, 2 or 4 analog channels, mixed-signal 16 digital channels, and serial decoding that can analyze up to 18 protocols.
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The PicoScope 5000D Series includes advanced features such as mask limit testing, serial decoding, advanced triggering, automatic measurements, math channels (including the ability to plot frequency and duty cycle against time), XY mode, and segmented. Moreover, with FlexRes flexible resolution, the PicoScope 5000D Series allows you to reconfigure the scope hardware to increase either the sampling rate or the resolution. This means you can reconfigure the hardware to be either a fast (1 GS/s) 8-bit oscilloscope for looking at digital signals, or a high-resolution 16-bit oscilloscope for audio work and other analog applications.
Moreover, the high-resolution oscilloscope design experience leads to improved pulse response and bandwidth flatness. In fact, the PicoScope 6 software lets you choose between setting the resolution manually and leaving the scope in “auto resolution” mode, where the optimal resolution is used for the chosen settings. Finally, supported by the free and regularly updated PicoScope 6 software, the device offers an ideal, cost-effective package for many applications, including design, research, test, education, service and repair.
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