PicoScope 2205 Mixed-Signal oscilloskop

Pico Technology
PicoScope 2205 Mixed-Signal oscilloskop
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  • Specifikationer
  • 2 analogue channels
  • 16 digital channels
  • Measure analogue signals up to 25 MHz
  • Measure digital signals up to 100 MHz
  • 200 MS/s  mixed–signal sampling
  • Built–in function generator and arbitrary waveform generator
  • USB–powered 

  • USB mixed-signal dual channel oscilloscope combined with a 16 channel logic analyzer and arbitrary waveform generator

    Do you want to measure both analogue and digital signals at the same time?
    With the PicoScope 2205 Mixed–Signal Oscilloscope (MSO) it is possible for you to measure both analogue and digital signals at the same time, using one device, and view the analogue waveforms and digital data on the same screen.

    The ultimate test and measurement laboratory
    Your PicoScope 2205 MSO is more than a just another instrument — it’s the ultimate test and measurement laboratory. You can use your PicoScope 2205 MSO as a dual–channel oscilloscope, a logic analyzer, a spectrum analyzer, a function generator and an arbitrary waveform generator. Five professional–quality instruments in one compact, low–cost, USB–powered unit.

    Use it as an oscilloscope
    With 25 MHz  analogue bandwidth, 200 MS/s  real–time sampling and a 48 kilosample buffer your PicoScope 2205 MSO is a powerful 8–bit, two–channel USB oscilloscope that is suitable for circuit design, testing and troubleshooting.

    This full–featured oscilloscope offers mask limit testing, maths and reference channels, advanced digital triggering, serial decoding, automatic measurements and color persistence display.

    Use it as a logic analyzer
    The 16 digital inputs of your PicoScope 2205 MSO can be displayed individually or in arbitrary groups labeled with binary, decimal or hexadecimal values. A separate logic threshold from -5 V  to +5 V  can be defined for each 8–bit input port. The digital trigger can be activated by any bit pattern combined with an optional transition on any input. Advanced logic triggers can be set on either the analogue or digital input channels, or both to enable complex mixed–signal triggering.

    Why pay more?
    At Pico we don’t do “optional extras”. Other companies may think that you should pay for high–end features such as mask limit testing, serial decoding, advanced triggering, automatic measurements, math channels, XY mode, digital filtering and segmented memory. We don’t. When you buy a PicoScope USB Mixed–Signal Oscilloscope everything is included in the price.

    For today, tomorrow and the future
    With many companies once you’ve purchased your product that’s the end of your relationship. When you purchase your PicoScope that’s only the beginning of your relationship with us. We want to make sure your PicoScope continues to meet your needs for a long time to come. To do this we regularly update our software with new features and improvements — many suggested by you, our customers, and all designed to let you get more from your scope. At the same time we’ve made sure our PicoScope software can be used with all of our standard PC oscilloscopes so if you ever want to upgrade you don’t need to learn a new software package.

    Many of our customers become lifelong PicoScope users. We hope you’ll be one of them.

    The mixed–signal oscilloscope that you need
    The ability to measure two analogue signals of up to 25 MHz  together with 16 digital signals of up to 100 MHz, combined with a 200 MS/s  sampling rate and 48 kS  buffer memory makes the PicoScope 2205 MSO a powerful mixed–signal oscilloscope. The compact, USB–powered design means that this is one mixed–signal oscilloscope that can be used both on your desktop or in the field. While the ability to also use it as spectrum analyzer, function generator and arbitrary waveform generator gives you a complete test and measurement lab at a price you can afford.

    If you want to measure both analogue and digital signals then the PicoScope 2205 MSO is the mixed–signal oscilloscope that you need.

    Documents available for download:
     PicoScope 2205 MSO data sheet (2.14 MB)


    Oscilloscope — vertical (analog channels)
    Input channels 2
    Bandwidth 25 MHz
    Rise time (calculated) 14 ns
    Input type Single–ended, BNC connector
    Vertical resolution 8 bits
    Enhanced vertical resolution 12 bits
    Input sensitivity 10 mV/div to 4 V/div (10 vertical divisions)
    Input ranges (full scale) ±50 mV to ±20 V in 9 ranges
    Input coupling Software selectable AC/DC
    Input characteristics 1 MΩ ±1% in parallel with 14 pF ±2 pF
    DC accuracy ±3% of full scale
    Overvoltage protection ±100 V (DC + AC peak)
    Oscilloscope — vertical (digital channels)
    Input channels 16 channels (2 ports of 8 channels each)
    Input connectors 2.54 mm pitch, 10 x 2 way connector
    Maximum input frequency 100 MHz
    Input impedance (with TA136 cable) 200 kΩ ±2% in parallel with 8 pF ±2 pF
    Digital threshold range ±5 V
    Input range ±20 V
    Overvoltage protection ±50 V
    Threshold grouping Two independent threshold controls, one per port
    Threshold selection TTL, CMOS, ECL, PECL, user–defined
    Threshold accuracy ±100 mV
    Minimum input voltage swing 500 mV
    Channel–to–channel skew < 5 ns
    Minimum input slew rate 10 V/µs
    Oscilloscope — horizontal
    Maximum sampling rate (real-time)
    Ch A only
    CH A + 1 digital port
    1 or 2 digital ports
    All other combinations

    200 MS/s
    200 MS/s
    200 MS/s
    100 MS /s
    Maximum equivalent sampling rate (repetitive signals) 4 GS/s
    Maximum sampling rate
    (continuous streaming mode)
    10 MS/s  on all scope channels and digital ports in PicoScope 6
    > 20 MS/s using supplied SDK (PC-dependent)
    Timebase ranges 2 ns to 5000 s/div
    Buffer memory 48 kS shared between active channels and ports
    Streaming buffer memory (PicoScope) 100 MS
    Streaming buffer memory (SDK) Up to available PC memory
    Maximum buffer segments (PicoScope)
    Normal triggering
    Rapid triggering

    10,000 software segments
    32 hardware segments
    Maximum buffer segments (SDK) 32 hardware segments
    Timebase accuracy ±100 ppm
    Sample jitter < 300 ps RMS
    Analog channels - dynamic performance (typical)
    Crosstalk Better than 200:1 up to full bandwidth (equal voltage ranges)
    Harmonic distortion < -55 dB at 100 kHz, full–scale input
    SFDR > 55 dB at 100 kHz, full–scale input
    Noise ≤ 3 counts (all ranges)
    Bandwidth flatness (at scope input) (+0.3 dB, -3 dB) from DC to full bandwidth
    Pulse response < 7% overshoot
    Linearity ≤ 1 LSB
    Triggering (all inputs)
    Trigger modes Free run, auto, repeat, single, rapid (segmented memory)
    Maximum pre–trigger capture 100% of capture size
    Maximum post–trigger delay 4 billion samples
    Trigger rearm time < 2 µs on fastest timebase
    Maximum trigger rate 32 waveforms in a 100 µs burst
    Triggering (analog inputs)
    Source Ch A, Ch B
    Trigger types Edge, window, pulse width, window pulse width, dropout, window dropout, interval, runt pulse, logic
    Trigger level Adjustable over whole of selected voltage range
    Trigger sensitivity (real-time) Digital triggering provides 1 LSB accuracy up to full bandwidth of scope
    Trigger types (ETS mode) Rising edge, falling edge
    Trigger sensitivity (ETS mode) Typical 10 mV p–p at full bandwidth
    Triggering (digital inputs)
    Source D0 to D15
    Trigger types Combined level and edge
    Trigger levels Uses port threshold setting
    Advanced triggers Data pattern (can be grouped by user)
    Function generator
    Standard output signals Sine, square, triangle, DC voltage, ramp, sinc, Gaussian, half–sine, white noise
    Standard signal frequency DC to 100 kHz
    Sweep modes Up, down, dual
    Frequency accuracy As oscilloscope timebase
    Frequency resolution < 0.01 Hz
    Voltage range ±2 V
    Amplitude and offset adjustment 1 mV steps within overall ±2 V range
    Amplitude flatness < 1 dB to 100 kHz typical
    DC accuracy ±1% of full scale
    SFDR > 55 dB @ 1 kHz full–scale sine wave
    Connector type Rear panel BNC
    Output characteristics 600 Ω
    Overvoltage protection ±10 V
    Arbitrary waveform generator
    Update rate 2 MS/s
    Buffer size 8 kS
    Resolution 12 bits
    Bandwidth 100 kHz
    Rise time (10% to 90%) < 2 µs
    Spectrum analyzer
    Frequency range DC to 10 MHz DC to 25 MHz DC to 50 MHz DC to 100 MHz DC to 200 MHz
    Display modes Magnitude, peak hold, average
    Window types Rectangular, Gaussian, triangular, Blackman, Blackman–Harris, Hamming, Hann, flat–top
    Number of FFT points Selectable from 128 to half the available buffer memory in powers of 2
    Math channels
    Functions −x, x+y, x−y, x*y, x/y, x^y, sqrt, exp, ln, log, abs, norm, sign, sin, cos, tan, arcsin, arccos, arctan, sinh, cosh, tanh, freq, derivative, integral, min, max, average, peak, delay
    Operands A, B (input channels), T (time), reference waveforms, constants, Pi
    Automatic measurements (analog channels only)]
    Oscilloscope mode AC RMS, true RMS, cycle time, DC average, duty cycle, falling rate, fall time, frequency, high pulse width, low pulse width, maximum, minimum, peak to peak, rise time, rising rate.
    Spectrum mode Frequency at peak, amplitude at peak, average amplitude at peak,
    total power, THD %, THD dB, THD plus noise, SFDR, SINAD, SNR, IMD
    Statistics Minimum, maximum, average and standard deviation
    Serial decoding
    Protocols CAN, LIN, I²C, UART/RS-232, SPI, I²S, FlexRay
    Inputs All input channels with any mixture of protocols
    Mask limit testing
    Mask generation Auto generate from captured waveform, manual drawing, manual coordinate entry
    Actions Highlight on screen, select in buffer overview, activate alarm
    Statistics Pass/fail, failure count, total count
    Initiating events Capture, buffer full, mask fail
    Alarm actions Beep, play sound, stop/restart capture, run executable, save current buffer/all buffers, trigger signal generator
    Interpolation Linear or sin(x)/x
    Persistence modes Digital color, analog intensity, fast, custom
    Data export
    Output file formats BMP, CSV, GIF, JPG, MATLAB 4, PDF, PNG, PicoScope data, PicoScope settings, TXT
    Output functions Copy to clipboard, print
    Temperature range (operating) 0 °C to 50 °C
    Temperature range (stated accuracy) 20 °C to 30 °C
    Temperature range (storage) –20 °C to +60 °C
    Humidity range (operating) 5% to 80% RH non-condensing
    Humidity range (storage) 5% to 95% RH non-condensing
    Physical properties
    Dimensions (including connectors) 200 x 140 x 40 mm
    (approx 7.9 x 5.5 x 1.6 in)
    Weight < 500 g (approx 17.6 oz)
    Windows software PicoScope for Windows
    Software development kit (SDK)
    Windows 7, 8 or 10 recommended (read more)
    Mac OS X software PicoScope for Mac OS X (beta)
    Software development kit (SDK)
    Mac OS X version 10.9 or 10.10 recommended
    Linux software PicoScope for Linux (beta)
    Software development kit (SDK)
    See Linux Software & Drivers for details of supported distributions
    Languages Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
    Additional hardware (supplied) USB 2.0 cable, user manuals, software CD–ROM
    PC connectivity USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 and USB 3.0 compatible)
    Power requirements Powered from USB port
    Safety approvals Designed to EN 61010–1:2010
    EMC approvals

    Tested to EN61326–1:2006
    Tested to part 15 subpart B
    Environmental approvals RoHS and WEEE compliant