Keysight Technologies launches new entry-level oscilloscope

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The technology firm has extended its portfolio with a new 200MHz 4-channel model of its InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series oscilloscopes.

The new oscilloscopes use the same user interface and measurement technology found in the higher performance Keysight InfiniiVision oscilloscopes. According to Keysight Technologies, the new model offers professional-level measurements and capabilities at an affordable price.

The intuitive front panel is easy to use and features built-in help, enabling customers to quickly understand oscilloscope functions and improve overall test efficiency. Seventeen complementary training signals are preloaded to ensure rapid use of the advanced measurement and analysis capabilities inherent in the InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series. These training signals can also be used in conjunction with the free educator’s training kit, which includes a comprehensive oscilloscope lab guide and an oscilloscope fundamentals slide set.

The new InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series models are bandwidth-upgradable via software license, enabling customers to purchase the bandwidth needed now, then upgrade as designs evolve. They are available in bandwidths of 70MHz, 100MHz and 200MHz.

Other features include: custom Keysight MegaZoom IV ASIC technology, which delivers a 50,000 waveforms per second update rate; 2GS/s sample rate, which allows visualization of random and infrequent glitches and anomalies; and six-in-one instrument integration, including a frequency response analyzer (Bode plotting), function generator, protocol analyzer, digital voltmeter and frequency counter, saving valuable bench space.

Standard LAN connectivity enables multiple engineers to work on one instrument by connecting to the network via LAN and using an internet browser for remote control.

Measurements and software analysis capabilities include 24 automatic measurements, the gated fast Fourier transform (FTT) function, and mask testing.

“We had quality in mind when developing the new 4-channel 1000 X-Series models. The industry needs measurements it can count on to make correct design decisions, at a price it can afford,” said Dave Cipriani, vice president and general manager of Keysight’s Digital Photonics Center of Excellence. “By leveraging proven technology used in our higher-end oscilloscopes, Keysight is offering customers measurements they can trust.”

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