Waveform analysis is revolutionising with an innovative design, deep storage, and real-time recording across diverse sectors.
UNI-T have introduced the 4-Channel Digital Storage Oscilloscope series UPO1000. The series digital phosphor oscilloscope features the advanced UNI-T 3D Ultra Phosphor 2.0 technique, complemented by a refreshed design, deep storage capabilities, high waveform capture rate, real-time waveform recording and playback, as well as a 256-level grayscale display. The versatile oscilloscope series is beneficial across various sectors such as communication, semiconductor, computing, IC design, instrumentation, industrial electronics, consumer electronics, automotive electronics, field maintenance, and research & development/education.
The UPO1000 series oscilloscope showcases its prowess through the original Ultra Phosphor technique, illuminating waveform details with clarity. The device can seamlessly record up to 120,000 frames by boasting real-time hardware recording capabilities. The device’s innovative digital signal parallel processing technique ensures a regular sampling rate of 150,000wfms/s and can effectively capture incidental signals. In its Fast Acquire mode, this capture rate escalates to an impressive 500,000 wfms/s. A maximum storage depth of 56 Mpts ensures that the oscilloscope retains a high sampling rate over broader time base ranges, enhancing its ability to identify abnormal waveforms.
Furthermore, the series has a specialised cursor area. Upon activation, this area processes parameter measurements of the enclosed waveform, providing users with the flexibility to analyse specific regions. Another highlight is Waveform navigation, comprising time, marker, and segment navigation modes. The built-in Digital Voltage Meter (DVM) sounds an alert when measurements approach or exceed set limits, enhancing precision.
File management is streamlined, allowing users to save waveforms, settings, and images locally or on an external USB. In its XY mode, the oscilloscope presents data as voltage-voltage displays, facilitating the measurement of differences between two signals with identical frequencies using the Lissajous method. This mode even automates the measurement of polar and time coordinates. Post-recording, waveforms can be transferred to a USB for playback and observation on a PC, improving overall user experience.