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Tektronix TDS3032C 300 MHz, 2
Elgin, IL, USA
$7,565 USD


P6139A – 500 MHz, 10x passive probe(one per channel)
Reference Manual (printed),User Manual (CD)


Tektronix TDS3032C Features:
300 MHz Bandwidth
2 Channels
2.5 GS/s Maximum Real-time Sample Rate, with sin(x)/x Interpolation
3,600 wfms/s Continuous Waveform Capture Rate
Full VGA Color LCD
25 Automatic Measurements
FFT Standard
Multi-language User Interface
QuickMenu Graphical Interface for Easy Operation
Auto-Waveform Anomaly Detection
Control, Documentation, and Analysis
Web-based Remote Control
Built-in Ethernet port
GPIB, RS232, VGA (Optional)
TDSPCS1 OpenChoice Software
WaveStar™ Software
Integration with Third-party Software
Optional Internal Battery Operation up to 3 Hours Without Line Power
Plug-in Printer for Portable Results Documentation
TekProbe® Interface Supports Active, Differential, and Current Probes for Automatic Scaling and Units
Quickly Debug and Characterize Signals with DRT Sampling Technology and sin(x)/x Interpolation
Application Modules for Specialized Analysis:
Advanced Analysis Module
Limit Testing Module
Telecommunications Mask Testing Module
Extended Video Module
601 Serial Digital Video Module
Digital Design and Debug
Video Installation & Service
Power Supply Design
Education and Training
Telecommunications mask testing
General bench testing
Manufacturing Test
Probes: P6139A – 500 MHz, 10x passive probe(one per channel)
Documentation: Reference Manual (printed),User Manual (CD)
Front panel overlay for non-English languages.
Other: Power Cord; Accessory Tray; Protective Front Cover; NIST-Traceable Certificate of Calibration.
Three year warranty, excluding probes.
The TDS3032C digital phosphor oscilloscope (DPO) provides you with the performance you need at a price you can afford. To solve a problem, first you need to see it. The TDS3032C combines 3,600 wfms/s continuous waveform capture rate and real-time intensity grading so you can see the problem and solve it. Fast waveform capture rates on a continuous basis save time by quickly revealing the nature of faults so advanced triggers can be applied to isolate them.
Real-time intensity grading highlights the details about the history of a signal’s activity, making it easier to understand the characteristics of the waveforms you’ve captured. Unlike other comparable oscilloscopes, the history remains even after the acquisition is stopped.
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