The Handyscope HS3 is not only a portable and compact multimeter, but also an oscilloscope, a spectrum analyzer, as well as a transient recorder. Because of the availability of the four different measuring instruments namely the oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, voltmeter and transient recorder, almost every measuring problem can be solved. Moreover, because of all these merged qualities, there is no better measuring instrument in the same pricing range and with the same possibilities that are currently in the market.
Moreover, as a two-channel measuring device with a 100 MS/s sample rate, an 8-16 resolution and 128 Kbyte memory per channel, the Handyscope HS3 has one of the most versatile hardware that can be connected to a PC USB2.0 as well as a USB 1.1. As a testament to this versatility in the hardware is the fact that the software is equally almost infinitely scalable whereby, with very extensive and accessible Windows based software, the user is offered many measuring possibilities like when the software instruments in the oscilloscope and the spectrum analyser can be linked to each other thanks to the standard AWG (Arbitrary Waveform Generator) which has a 14 bit resolution, 256 Kbyte memory, and an output voltage of 0 to ±12 Volt (24 Vpp).
This malleability in hardware and software is very useful since it makes device one of the few instruments that gives the technicians the ability to make direct adjustments of the x-axis and y-axis through the mouse. Indeed, through this feature, you can zoom in and zoom out a wave. Review of Key specifications
The Handyscope HS3 DLL is delivered with several example programs (source code in Delphi, C++, Visual Basic), to easily write your own measuring application. This is very important for labs that have numerous back-end processes since with a source code, programmers can easily customize the software in line with each lab IT policies as well as refining their reporting tools. Furthermore, with more than 2 channels, multiple channels can be measured synchronously through a special cable that interconnects the instruments.
Finally, as we he had already alluded, the Handyscope HS3 aggregates several instruments in one. Among them, is model dependent a Voltmeter whose frequency ranges from 10 Hz to 2 MHz and 10 Hz to 500 kHz. In addition, it's display channels enables CH1, CH2, CH1 and CH2.
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