PicoScope 3424 USB-oscilloskop

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  • 4 Channels
  • 12 bit resolution
  • Accurate to within 1%
  • 72 dB dynamic range
  • High-speed USB interface

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USB based High Precision 4-Channel Oscilloscope

When you need to view the relationship of several analogue signals, PicoScope 4-channel oscilloscopes are the intelligent solution that allow you to make precision measurements fast and efficiently.

With 4 channels, the PicoScope 3400 range of digital oscilloscopes are ideal for when you need to measure several analogue signals at once. Their ease-of-use and functionality allows you to make precision measurements fast and efficiently.

The PicoScope 3424 is the ideal 4-channel oscilloscope for general purpose and specialist, high precision, use. This high resolution oscilloscope connects to the USB port on your laptop or desktop PC; along with providing the power for the PicoScope, the USB connection provides fast data transfer and makes the oscilloscope quick and easy to set up and use.

High resolution and accuracy
With 12 bit resolution and 1% accuracy, the PicoScope 3424 is able to detect changes as small as 0.024% (244 ppm) — making the PicoScope 3424 the ideal 4-channel oscilloscope for testing audio circuits, and for measuring noise and vibrations.

High dynamic range
When the PicoScope 3423 is used as a spectrum analyser it's high, 72 dB, dynamic range makes it the ideal tool for tracking down noise in sensitive analogue circuits.

Capture large and complex signals
The 512 kB sample buffer of the PicoScope 3423 enables large amounts of data to be captured at high sampling rates. This allows you to capture fast-changing signals over relatively long periods of time, while the fast USB 2.0 interface ensures a quick screen update rate. After capturing these signals, any areas of interest can be magnified to allow you to examine every last detail of the signal.

Oscilloscope and data acquisition software
The PicoScope 3424 is supplied with PicoScope software that provides oscilloscope, spectrum analyser and multimeter functions. PicoScope software makes full use of your PC's processing capabilities allowing you to view real-time signals, zoom in on your signal, and save and print captured waveforms. The familiar Windows' graphical interface makes PicoScope intuitive to use and includes an autosetup function that will automatically set up the timebase, channels and trigger configuration to display any signals that PicoScope finds on the oscilloscope's inputs.
Also supplied is PicoLog data acquisition software that transforms your PC into a high-speed data logger.

PicoScope 3424 — the intelligent solution
The PicoScope 3424 provides you with a high precision, high resolution, PC oscilloscope and spectrum analyser that is easy to setup and use, and is an inexpensive alternative to a traditional benchtop oscilloscope.

For measuring multiple analogue signals, both in the lab or in the field, the PicoScope 3424 4-channel digital oscilloscope is the ideal solution to your test and measurement needs.

Bandwidth 10 MHz
Sampling rate
(repetitive signals)
20 MS/s (1 channel)
10 MS/s (2 channels)
5 MS/s (3 or 4 channels)
Sampling rate
(single shot)
20 MS/s (1 channel)
10 MS/s (2 channels)
5 MS/s (3 or 4 channels)
Channels 4 x BNC
Oscilloscope timebases 50 ns/div to 50 s/div
Timebase accuracy 50 ppm
Spectrum ranges 0 to 10 MHz
Dynamic range 72 dB
Trigger modes Free Run, Auto, Repeat, Single and Save To Disk On Trigger
Pre/post trigger -100% to +100%
Buffer size 512 kB
Resolution 12 bits
Accuracy ±1%
Ranges ±20 mV to 50 V in 11 ranges
Input impedance 1 MΩ
Overload protection ±100 V
PC connection USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)
Power Supply from USB port*
Dimensions 140 x 190 x 45 mm
Supplied software

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)

*Must be connected direct to the port or a powered USB hub