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    100 MHz Digital Oscilloscope, 2/4 Channels, 4 GSa/s

    $1,599.85
    Rigol 100 MHz digital oscilloscope from ATO uses UltraVision innovative technology which combines 140 Mpts high memory depth and max. waveform capture rate up to 110,000 wfms/s. 4 GSa/s max sample rate, 2 and 4 channels oscilloscopes are available, it is a perfect instrument for various application fields.
    SKU: ATO-DSMSO100
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    100 MHz Digital Oscilloscope Features

    • 100 MHz maximum bandwidth, you can view up to 100 MHz digital/analog signals clearly.
    • 2 or 4 analog channels for your selection.
    • Digital storage with 140 Mpoints memory depth.
    • 4 GSa/s maximum real-time sample rate.
    • Lower noise floor, the minimum vertical sensitivity is 1mV/div.
    • Up to 110,000 wfms/s maximum waveform capture rate.
    • 9 inch WVGA (800×480) and 256 level intensity grading display.

    Models and Key Specifications

    Brand Name RIGOL
    Model DS4012 DS4014
    MSO4012 MSO4014
    Number of Analog Channels 2 4
    Number of Digital Channels (For MSO Series) 16
    Bandwidth 100 MHz
    Max. Real-time Sample Rate Analog channel up to 4 GSa/s
    Digital channel up to 1 GSa/s (MSO Series)
    Max. Memory Depth Analog channel up to 140 Mpts
    Digital channel up to 28 Mpts (MSO Series)
    Max. Waveform Capture Rate up to 110,000 wfms/s
    Real-time, Hardware Waveform Recording, Playback, and Analysis Functions Analog channel up to 200,000 frames
    Digital channel up to 64,000 frames (MSO Series)
    Multi-level Intensity Grading Display up to 256 levels
    Standard probes 2 or 4 sets RP3500A 500 MHz BW Passive Probe
    1 sets RPL2316 LA Probe (MSO series only)
    Dimension Width x Height x Depth = 440 mm x 218 mm x 130 mm
    Weight 7 Kg (Package Included)
    Packing Included 1 x Digital Oscilloscope; 2 (4) x Probes; 1 x USB Cable; 1 x Power Cord; 1 x Quick Guide

    DS/MSO4000 Series Rigol Digital Oscilloscope Specs PDF

    Digital Oscilloscope Detail
    digital oscilloscope detailsTips: Digital Oscilloscope vs. Analog Oscilloscope
    The oscilloscope is divided into digital oscilloscope and analog oscilloscope.

    The analog oscilloscope uses analog circuit (the oscillograph tube, which is based on the electron gun). The electron gun launches electrons to the screen, and the emitted electrons are focused on forming the electron beam and hitting the screen. The inner surface of the screen is coated with a fluorescent substance, so that the dots in the electron beam will emit light.

    Digital oscilloscope is a high performance oscilloscope produced by a series of technologies such as data acquisition, A/D conversion and software programming. Digital oscilloscope generally supports multi-level menus, which can provide users with multiple choice and analysis functions. At the same time, it can also provide storage and realize the preservation and processing of waveforms.

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