Digital Storage Oscilloscope That Benefits New Users To Learn The Basics

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  • The newly launched TBS1000C oscilloscopes by Tektronix features a WVGA colour display and allows easy identification of signals on the screen
  • An integrated digital courseware facilitates students to learn and prepare better reports

Tektronix has announced the expansion of its TBS1000 series with the launch of the new TBS1000C Digital Storage Oscilloscope. It has a 17.7 cm (7-inch) WVGA colour display with up to 1 GS/s sample rate and bandwidths from 50 MHz to 200 MHz. It also includes Tektronix’s HelpEverywhere® system, which provides useful tips and hints. 

Ease of operation

The TBS1000C Digital Storage Oscilloscope has been designed for quick hands-on learning and easy operation. Besides a WVGA colour display, a network of 10 vertical divisions and 15 horizontal divisions enables users to see more signals per screen. The series has dedicated front panel controls to provide easy access to important settings and new large menus with clearly labelled on-screen information for easily finding the required data.

Resourceful for students

The TBS1000C Oscilloscope also includes the Scope Intro handbook embedded directly into it, providing an innovative courseware system that teaches fundamental concepts and offers lab exercises with step-by-step instructions for student use.

Features such as Autoset, Cursors and automated measurements can be disabled on the instruments, which allows students to learn basic concepts and understand how to use the horizontal and vertical controls to get the waveform, and how to use the graticule to measure time, voltage and manually plot/calculate the signal characteristics.

With the help of integrated Courseware function, professors can give guidance with respect to lab exercises and provide a structured framework, which allows students to capture data to incorporate into their reports. 

“It’s important that Tektronix is continually providing new and enhanced solutions that help grow and develop the next generation of engineers,” says Chris Witt, vice president and general manager at Tektronix. “We are excited to show our commitment to reimagining our entry solutions offerings through these new and enhanced instruments.”

The new TBS1000C Digital Storage Oscilloscope is now available worldwide.


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