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PicoScope 6000E Series

Posted by marius 21/05/2021 0 Comment(s) 331 Test & Measurement,

The PicoScope 6000E Series fixed-resolution and FlexRes® oscilloscopes provide 8 to 12 bits of vertical resolution, up to 1 GHz bandwidth and 5 GS/s sampling rate with active probes to match

Four or eight analog channels have the timing and amplitude resolution you need to reveal signal integrity issues such as glitches, runts, dropouts, noise, distortion and ringing. 16 digital MSO channels enable the debug and verification of complex ECUs and FPGA-based designs.

These new oscilloscopes are ideal for design engineers working on high-performance embedded systems, signal processing, power electronics, mechatronics and automotive designs, and for researchers and scientists working on multichannel high-performance experiments.


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4/8 analog +
16 digital
channels (MSO)


Deeper

Up to 4 GS
memory


Higher

Up to 1 GHz
bandwidth


Smarter

8-bit and
8/10/12-bit
FlexRes®
architecture


Better

Active
probes with
Intelligent
Probe Interface


Most

21 serial
protocol
decoders as
standard

PicoScope 6000E Series applications


Embedded system debug in
the laboratory

PicoScope 6 software with
support for multiple monitors

PicoScope 6000E used in power
systems analysis

Digital systems debug
and verification

OEM and custom
applications

Scientific research
and education

 

Take a closer look at the PicoScope 6000E Series


 

 

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Front view of an 8-channel PicoScope 6000E

PicoScope 6 included


 

 

Time and frequency domain displays

Advanced triggering capabilities

50 MHz function generator and AWG

Serial data decoding and analysis: 21 protocols included as standard

Automated waveform measurements

Digital channels displayed individually or grouped as a bus

Mask limit testing

Properties panel shows instrument settings at a glance

Model BW (MHz) Channels Resolution (bits) Memory (GS)
6824E 500 8 8 to 12 4
6424E 500 4 8 to 12 4
6804E 500 8 8 2
6404E 500 4 8 2
6403E 300 4 8 1
6426E 1000 4 8 to 12 4
6425E 750 4 8 to 12 4
6406E 1000 4 8 2
6405E 750 4 8 2
TA369 MSO 8-channel pod: €599 each
A3076 750 MHz active probe kit: €959 each
A3136 1.3 GHz active probe kit €1205 each

A3000 Series active probes with Intelligent Probe Interface


The Pico A3000 Series are high-impedance active oscilloscope probes. They have been designed to have minimal impact on the signal being probed with maximum signal transfer to the PicoScope 6000E Series via the intelligent probe interface.

Their ergonomic design allows for comfortable handheld use with the addition of a button to start and pause capturing in PicoScope 6.

The intelligent probe interface powers the probe from the scope and automatically sets the scope’s scaling and input impedance to match the probe.

With an input resistance of 1 MΩ and capacitance of 0.9 pF, these active probes offer high input impedance into the GHz range.

TA369 MSO Pod


The detachable active MSO pod is powered by the scope and connects to either of two digital interface ports on the front panel, with eight permanently attached flying leads terminating in MSO probes.

The detachable active MSO pod is powered by the scope and connects to either of two digital interface ports on the front panel, with eight permanently attached flying leads terminating in MSO probes.

Probe Positioning System


The Pico oscilloscope probe positioning system holds your circuit board firmly during soldering, inspection and test.

For testing, the kits are supplied with probe holders which secure magnetically to the steel base plate.

When the probes are installed in the holders they can be positioned to make contact with points of interest on the circuit board and will remain in contact while you make measurements.

The large steel base plate is mirror finished allowing you to see any items such as status LEDs underneath the PCB.

 

 

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