NEW 200MHZ DS1202Z-E TO RIGOL’S POPULAR DS1000Z SERIES OSCILLOSCOPES

1GSa/sec sampling and 24Mpts memory depth make this economical 2-channel scope stand out from the crowd.

Saelig Company, Inc. has introduced the Rigol Technologies DS1202Z-E 200MHz Two-channel Oscilloscope, an important expansion of their oscilloscope portfolio. The DS1202Z-E comes standard with 24Mpts of waveform memory, a 60,000 frame-segmented record mode, standard serial decode and triggering capability, high resolution FFT, 15 trigger types and 37 integrated measurements. These features make the DS1202Z-E a powerful, capable, and affordable debug and analysis tool for design engineers.   With 200MHz Bandwidth and a 1.75 nanosecond risetime, the DS1202Z-E provides the performance needed to visualize signal artifacts on higher speed signals.

The DS1000Z family of digital oscilloscopes has long been a favorite of educators, entrepreneurs, hobbyists, and embedded engineers.  Its combination of performance, capabilities, quality and price made the DS1000Z family the world’s most popular oscilloscope.  The new DS1202Z-E builds on that legacy by delivering a powerful 200MHz version for just $369.

Specifications:

  • Analog channel bandwidth: 200 MHz
  • 2 analog channels
  • Real-time sample rate up to 1 GSa/s
  • Memory depth up to 24 Mpts
  • Up to 30,000 wfms/s waveform capture rate
  • Up to 60,000 frames hardware real-time waveform recording and playback functions
  • Innovative “UltraVision” technology
  • Various trigger and bus decoding functions
  • Low noise floor, vertical scale range: 1 mV/div to 10 V/div
  • Various interfaces: USB Host&Device, LAN (LXI), AUX
  • Compact size, light weight, easy to use
  • 7 inch WVGA (800×480) TFT LCD, intensity graded color display

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