The UPO3000E Series Ultra Phosphor Oscilloscope comes with an analog bandwidth of either 150MHz or 250MHz. Furthermore, depending on the model, you can also have it with either 2 channels or 4 channels. However, across the model range, you will find that there are various common features that come as standard which include; a waveform capture rate of 200,000 wfms/s, a sampling rate of 2.5GS/s for the single channel, and a sampling rate of 1.25GS/s for the dual and four channels. As for the wave operations, all models can support A and B events seamlessly, including A+B, A-B, A×B, A/B, FFT, as well as other advanced logical operations.
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The device comes in a relatively large 8-inch TFT LCD display that is able display diverse and extremely detailed events like; the ability of capturing low-probability events, as well the ability to show a 256-level intensity grading display that can timely show the probability of waveform generation. Moreover, the reporting tools can be finely calibrated thanks to a 70Mpts channel memory depth that makes it easy to retrieve statistical functions, an editable advanced operations GUI, as well as a variety of triggers including; Runt, Nth Edge, Pattern, RS232/UART, I2C, SPI, CAN, USB, and FlexRay.
All in all, the device has a minimum of 34 auto parameter measurements among these we could cite, Max, Min, High, Low, Ampl, Pk-Pk, Middle, Mean, CycMean, RMS, CycRMS, Period, Freq, Rise, Fall, RiseDelay, FallDelay, +Width, -Width, FRR, FRF, FFR, FFF, LRF, LRR, LFR, LFF, +Duty, -Duty, Area, CycArea, OverSht, PreSht, and Phase.
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