PICOSCOPE 6000E 4-CHANNEL 500MHZ MIXED-SIGNAL OSCILLOSCOPES

The PicoScope 6000E 8-channel oscilloscope series has grown to include 4-channel versions, bringing very high-speed performance to the 4 or 8 analog channel, 16 digital channel oscilloscope world, with up to 5GSa/s real-time sampling and 4GSa deep memory

Saelig Company, Inc. has introduced the 4-channel PicoScope 6000E Series 500MHz Oscilloscopes, which provide 8 to 12 bits of vertical resolution, and up to 5GSa/s sampling rate with 4GSa memory, allowing these scopes to display single-shot pulses with 200ps time resolution.  The three 4-channel models added to the existing 8-channel 6000 series are the PicoScope 6403E with 300MHz bandwidth and 8-bit A/D resolution, the PicoScope 6404E with 500MHz bandwidth and 8-bit A/D resolution, and the PicoScope 6424E with 8, 10, or 12 bits “FlexRes” resolution. The screen update rate is a remarkable 300,000 waveforms per second.

All models can operate with an extra 4 bits of resolution with the enhanced vertical resolution software feature — a digital signal processing technique built into PicoScope 6. Additionally, these oscilloscopes offer 8 or 16 optional digital channels when using the plug-in TA369 MSO pods, enabling accurate time-correlation of analog and digital channels.

All 6000E models include a 14-bit 200MS/s 50MHz arbitrary waveform generator (AWG). Its variable sample clock avoids the jitter on waveform edges seen with fixed-clock generators and allows generation of accurate frequencies down to 100μHz. AWG waveforms can be created or edited using the built-in editor, imported from oscilloscope traces, loaded from a spreadsheet or exported to a .csv file.  The SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface and hardware acceleration ensure that the display is smooth and responsive even with long captures.  The free PicoScope 6 software includes decoders for over 20 serial protocols.

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