Yokogawa’s DLM5000 features eight analog inputs and the ability to link two units to boost measurement flexibility
Yokogawa has launched its next generation of a mixed-signal oscilloscope with options for four or eight analog inputs.
The DLM5000 oscilloscope is the successor to the previous 8-channel DLM4000 model. With redesigned hardware, the DLM5000 offers major improvements in both performance and operability, including a sampling rate double that of the DLM4000. It is aimed at applications such as mechatronics, power electronics, automotive, aerospace, railway and consumer electronics.
Yokogawa says there is a specific focus on intelligent power-semiconductor technologies and mechatronics in modern electric vehicles, motor controls, and energy-efficient electronic designs that need up to eight analog channels and 32 bits of logic, together with additional math channels, vehicle serial bus analysis, and numerous other analysis features.
A large number of channels are key to developing efficient and reliable high-performance electric motors. Based on modern inverters, the successful development of these motors demands multi-channel, highspeed waveform measurement. These types of measurements often need more than four channels, which is why the DLM5000 offers eight true analog inputs.
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