Test company adopts value for money theme at embedded world

Posted By : Mick Elliott
Test company adopts value for money theme at embedded world

Does exceptional quality and innovation have to be expensive. No is the emphatic response from Rohde & Schwarz and the test and measurement giant will prove it at embedded world in Nuremberg (March 14-16). It will feature its new entry-level T&M solutions and showcase the latest R&S RTO2000 high-performance oscilloscope up to 6GHz.

It is ideal for IoT applications and for debugging fast communications interfaces. Other innovations include new accessories specifically targeted at power integrity measurements. Their ability to handle multidomain applications makes the compact lab oscilloscopes perfect for IoT applications. The instruments characteristics are ideal both for demanding T&M tasks, such as debugging fast communications interfaces, and for the increasingly important power integrity measurements.

Rohde & Schwarz will also display two new probes specifically designed for power integrity measurements for use with its R&S RTE and R&S RTO2000 oscilloscopes.

The R&S RT-ZPR20 is a highly sensitive and extremely low-noise power rail probe with a bandwidth of 2GHz.

The large offset range of ±60 V enables analysis of the smallest signal interferers during power integrity measurements, even on DC power supplies with a high voltage level.

The R&S RT-ZP1X passive 1:1 probe is especially suitable for voltage measurements in the millivolt range.

Rohde & Schwarz has expanded the functionality offered by its R&S Scope Rider, which now combines eight measurement instruments into one robust, portable oscilloscope, making it the most versatile oscilloscope in its class.

New features include a spectrum analyser, a frequency counter and a harmonic analyser for evaluating the quality of power supplies. A new CAN/LIN trigger and decoder option is also available for automotive applications. Since the fully insulated, handheld instrument meets measurement category CAT IV requirements, it can be used to perform measurements at the source of low-voltage installations up to 600V.


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