|Product Feature||Customer Benefit|
|1 to 2 GSa/s Max Sample Rate||Provides fine resolution and detail in high speed signals|
Never miss a transition or glitch with 1 to 2 GSa/sec sampling. Sample Rate describes the frequency at which the instrument samples the data. Higher the sample rate provides better resolution and finer detail of the signal being captured.
|5.7” QVGA Display||Improved view for an entry level oscilloscope|
|The display capability provides resolution and clarity to capture signals with an entry level digital oscilloscope.|
|Up to 1 Million points of memory||memory depth enables signal zoom and analysis of longer waveforms|
The 1000D and 1000E oscilloscopes provide 1 Million points of memory in a single waveform while the 1000B series provides up to 16,000 points. Memory depth enables more complete analysis of complex and longer waveforms.
|Trigger modes including edge, pulse width, slope, video, pattern, continuous time, and alternate||Advanced trigger modes speed debugging and analysis. Alternating trigger mode is especially useful for non time correlated signals.|
|With advanced trigger capabilities for an entry level oscilloscope analyze pulses, video, digital, and non-correlated signals with dedicated trigger modes.|
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|Model||Bandwidth||Analog Channels||Digital Channels||Price (USD)|
|DS1052E||50 MHz||2||$380||Find a Distributor|
|DS1102E||100 MHz||2||$461||Find a Distributor|
|DS1052D||50 MHz||2||16||OBSOLETE||Recommended: MSO1074Z|
|DS1074B||70 MHz||4||$830||Find a Distributor|
|DS1102D||100 MHz||2||16||OBSOLETE||Recommended: MSO1104Z|
|DS1104B||100 MHz||4||$1,045||Find a Distributor|
|DS1204B||200 MHz||4||$1,223||Find a Distributor|
|DS1202CA||200 MHz||2||OBSOLETE||Recommended: DS2202A|
|DS1302CA||300 MHz||2||OBSOLETE||Recommended: DS2302A|
To get started using your instruments over the bus download UltraSigma instrument communication software or for older instruments or customized installations review the How to Guide:
Using VISA and drivers to communicate with instruments
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