The Acute TravelScope DSO is a 2-channel oscilloscope whereby in stack mode, it can have up to 12 analog channels. This agility and versatility is also translated in the device’s ability to display both the digital and analog waveforms on the same time phase. This ability helps engineers to see the design problems more clearly and is made possible by the I²C trigger and the Schmitt trigger functions offered by the TravelLogic, TravelBus, and LA3000 Logic Analyzer series to trigger on the target I²C command.
Consequently, as far as trigger functions are concerned, the device can support multiple trigger functions among them, Runt Trigger, Trigger Hold Off, Pattern Trigger, and Edge Trigger. Accordingly, it has diverse trigger types with a holdoff time of - 60 ns to 10 sec as well as a vertical sensitivity of 1 div or 5 mV @, 0.6 div @ ≧ 10 mV/div. As for the trigger modes, it has Auto, Normal, Single and Untriggered-Roll, whose maximum speed is up to 250KS/s. However, do note that the maximum speed of these trigger modes is PC-dependent.
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With a nascent need to create functional workspaces and laboratory benches, manufacturers are constantly forced to innovate to make their products as agile as possible. This is accomplished by either making the devices infinitely customizable, by offering limitless scalability and by offering a high degree of hybridity.
The Acute TravelScope DSO accomplishes this by having a built-in 5-digit voltmeter (DVM), a 5-digit frequency counter, as well as a USB2.0 powered interface, which is PC-based. To this end, this latter feature allows the exporting data to WORD, EXCEL, TEXT, HTML and MATLAB. Accordingly, to manage all the diverse data types, the device has a comprehensive data logger that enables HD storage which ensures retrieval of waveforms at a high resolution.
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