The ADC-200 PC based oscilloscopes offer performances only previously available on expensive ‘desktop’ scopes. As a general purpose lab scope, the large memory and advanced trigger functions make it ideal for designers of microcontroller and other digital circuits, whilst the spectrum analyser is an essential tool for tracking down noise in power supplies and amplifiers. For field engineers servicing and repairing equipment, a library of waveforms showing the correct signals at each test point (and typical problems) can save valuable time.
Advanced trigger modes help track down intermittent faults. For example, to find a fault with a fire / burglar alarm, the ADC-200 can be left running overnight with its ‘save to disk on trigger’ option enabled: when the fault occurs, a trace will be saved to disk complete with a time/date stamp. To locate errors in digital signals, the display overwrite option can be used to highlight erroneous events even if they only occur once. The ADC-200 is supplied with a mains adaptor. An optional battery pack is available to make the ADC-200 more portable.
|| 2xBNC + 1 external trigger|
|Sampling Rate single)
|Sampling Rate (dual channel)
|| 8 bit|
||100 ns/div to 50 s/div|
||0 to 10 MHz|
||Free run, Auto, Repeat & Single|
|Pre/ post trigger
||±50 mV to ±20 V in nine ranges|
||500 mA @ 12 V (mains adaptor supplied)|
||140 x 190 x 45 mm|
PicoScope (oscilloscope, spectrum analyser, meter), PicoLog (data logger), Drivers and examples (C, Delphi and Visual Basic, Labview, Agilent VEE6.1 and Excel)
Software is supplied on CD and is compatible with Windows XP (SP2 or later), Vista, Windows 7, 8 and 10 (32- and 64-bit)