NEXT GENERATION MIXED SIGNAL OSCILLOSCOPE TARGETS ELECTRIC VEHICLE DESIGNS

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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