The SDS5000X series employs Siglent’s SPO technology with a maximum waveform capture rate of up to 110,000 wfm/ s (normal mode, up to 480,000 wfm/s in Sequence mode), 256-level intensity grading display function, plus a color temperature display mode. In fact, with a waveform update rate of up to 110,000 wfm/s, the oscilloscope can easily capture unusual or low-probability events. It also employs an innovative digital trigger system with high sensitivity and low jitter and this is why the trigger system supports multiple powerful triggering modes including serial bus triggering. These includes trigger functions like Edge, Slope, Pulse, Video, Windows, Runt, Interval, Dropout, Pattern, Qualified and serial trigger.
In Sequence mode, the waveform capture rate can reach 480,000 wfm/s while enabling history waveform recording, sequence acquisition, search, and navigate functions, which allows for extended waveform records to be captured, stored, and analyzed. Conversely, this means it has to have an impressive array of measurement and math capabilities, options for a 25 MHz arbitrary waveform generator, as well as serial decoding.
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With a diverse variety of parameters, the SDS5000X series includes 3 parameter categories among them, horizontal, vertical and CH delay, which provides a total of 39 different types of measurements. This diversity is also translated into the FFT function, which supports a variety of window functions so that it can adapt to different spectrum measurement needs. These includes three modes like normal, average and max hold, which can satisfy different requirements for observing the power spectrum.
Concerning the history function, it can record up to 100,000 frames of waveforms whereby the recording is executed automatically, so that the customer can play back the history waveforms at any time in order to observe unusual events and quickly locate the area of interest using the cursors or measurements. This feature is further buttressed by a segmented memory which will store the waveform into multiple memory segments (up to 100,000) where each segment will store a triggered waveform as well the dead time information. In fact, the dead time between segments can be as small as 2 μsn, where all segments can be played back using the history function.
Finally, the parameter statistics function possesses a comprehensive analytic and reporting tools that shows such statistics like, the current value, maximum value, minimum value, standard deviation and mean value of up to 5 parameters simultaneously. As a matter of fact, the histogram is available to show the probability distribution of a parameter.
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