New Instek GDS-1052-U 50 MHz 2 Channel Oscilloscope with USB
Instek GDS-1052-U 50 MHz 2 Channel Oscilloscope with USB
The New Instek GDS-1052-U Series offers 50MHz digital storage oscilloscopes with 5.7 inch color TFT LCD displays. With dual sampling modes, a 4,000 point record length, a real-time sampling rate of 250MSa/s and an ET sampling rate of 25GSa/s, the GDS-1052-U Series DSO provides an excellent balance of performance between memory length and sampling speed. Other major features include user-friendly menu tree operations, compact size, ergonomic design, USB host for PC connectivity and USB device port support. The GDS-1052-U Series is designed to meet today's most demanding engineering requirements and budgets.
- 50 MHz Bandwidth with 2 Input Channels
- 250MSa/s Real-Time and 25GSa/s Equivalent-Time Sampling
- 4k Memory Length per Channel
- Peak Detect as Fast as 10ns
- Save/Recall of 15 Front Panel Settings & Waveforms
- 5.7 inch TFT Color Display
- 19 Auto Measurements
- Arithmetic Operators - Add, Subtract, FFT
- USB Port for PC Connection
- Data Logger
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
USB Interface & Data Logger
The USB Host port on the front significantly enhance the data storage capability of the GDS-1052-U. The large amount of data ,including screenshot ,waveform and panel setup could be easily stored into a popular flash disk. A USB device port on the rear of the product transfers the screen image and waveform raw data to PC and also allows PC to remote control GDS-1052-U series. Furthermore ,data logger can continue monitoring input signals and storing their waveform data in USB flash disk when trigger conditions are met ,saving users' efforts to tracking signals manually and allowing them to analyze and observe waveform data afterwards.
Freewave PC Software
Freewave DSO remote control and monitoring software is fully supported for the GDS-1052-U series DSOs and is available free of charge from the GW Instek website. Freewave lets you remotely monitor the DSO, capture waveform data or even capture screenshots. Via a USB connection, Freewave is able to provide near-realtime monitoring and control. Flexible saving options allow you to capture data for later analysis and observation. Screen images can be captured to bitmap or jpeg formats. Waveform data can be saved to CSV for spreadsheet manipulation or computer analysis. Waveforms can also be saved as AVI movies to observe signal variation over time.
Sophisticated Measurement Functions
Several acquisition modes and 19 auto measurement functions help you to accurately measure the characteristics of waveforms. The advanced auto-set function lets the GDS-21-U Series automatically catch and display waveforms quickly. The arithmetic functions and FFT functions keep you aware of updated measurement results in real time. With little effort, the GDS-21-U Series can provide the right information of testing.