Mixed signal oscilloscopes feature 25MHz function generator

22nd March 2018
Posted By : Lanna Cooper
Mixed signal oscilloscopes feature 25MHz function generator

 

Designer and manufacturer of test and measurement instruments, B&K Precision has announced their latest digital oscilloscope 2560 Series with DSO and MSO models.

The front panel boasts a large 8" widescreen with 256-level colour gradient, 4 analogue channels, and logic analyser. The logic analyser software and 16-channel logic probe are included in the initial purchase of MSO models or can be upgraded in the field for DSO models.

The 2560 Series consists of features customers have come to expect from modern digital oscilloscopes. These features include FFT, masking, pass/fail testing, waveform history, serial triggering and menu help. The powerful 25MHz function generator also comes standard in all models.

Additionally, these oscilloscopes deliver advanced features and upgradable debug capabilities for a wide range of applications.

Key features of the new 2560 Series

  • 8" widescreen colour LCD display
  • Compact footprint and lightweight
  • 70, 100, 200, and 300MHz models
  • 2 GSa/s sample rate interleaved
  • 140Mpts maximum record length
  • 16 digital channels with logic analyser (MSO upgrade)
  • Serial bus decoding supporting I2C, SPI, UART/RS232, CAN, and LIN protocols (Decode upgrade)
  • Function and Arbitrary Waveform Generator (AWG upgrade)
  • 140,000 wfms/s maximum waveform capture rate
  • Standard LAN and USBTMC-compliant USB device port

Downloads


You must be logged in to comment

Write a comment

No comments




Sign up to view our publications

Sign up

Sign up to view our downloads

Sign up

Startups Magazine Launch Party: Financing a Startup
24th July 2018
United Kingdom WeWork Waterhouse Square, London
European Microwave Week 2018
23rd September 2018
Spain Ifema Feria De Madrid
Engineering Design Show 2018
17th October 2018
United Kingdom Ricoh Arena, Coventry
electronica 2018
13th November 2018
Germany Messe Munchen
SPS IPC Drives 2018
27th November 2018
Germany Nuremberg