Oscilloscope families centre stage at embedded world
With its newly introduced digital oscilloscope series MSO8000 and MSO5000, Rigol is presenting a significant addition to its UltraVision II oscilloscope portfolio at embedded world 2020 in Nuremberg (February 25-27). The core of the UltraVision II architecture is the Phoenix chip set with two ASICs developed in-house, which build the analogue front end and deliver the signal processing performance.
With bandwidths of 600MHz, 1 and 2GHz and a maximum sampling rate of 10GS/s, the MSO8000 series is ideally suited for the fast acquisition and analysis of signals.
Typical applications include automated tests, protocol analysis for serial buses in automotive electronics, measurement of electronic circuits, measurements and analysis of switching power applications, and many more.
The MSO8000 series is oscilloscope is used in research and development, universities, production and quality control in the automotive, communications and aerospace industries as well as in power electronics, etc.
These instruments provide a very large capacitive 10.1-inch colour touchscreen. A memory depth of 500 MPts is available for all channels for the acquisition and processing of large amounts of data. The signal acquisition rate of up to 600,000Wfms/s enables real-time recording and playback of signals with up to 450,000 frames.
This oscilloscope is equipped with the new integrated measurement method including real-time eye diagram, jitter analysis software and display of the jitter trend, in order to measure jitter and noise of a digital transmission in very good and clear quality.
As a special feature, Rigol offers all extensions, such as increased bandwidths, MSO-Ready with 16 digital channels, serial decoding, memory expansion and the 2-channel Arbitrary Generator functions via software upgrade.
The proven and expanded MSO5000 oscilloscope series with their large 9-inch colour touch screen will also be presented at the embedded world. Rigol responded to the market feedback and significantly revised the instrument series with a new release.
With bandwidths from 70 to 350MHz (bandwidth upgrade possible) and a sampling rate of 8GS/s, the MSO5000 series is suited for applications in research and development, university and training, production and quality control, communication and industrial and power electronics.