Amplicon's new WaveAce 2000 oscilloscope offers 1 Mpts/Ch memory
The new WaveAce 2000 series combines long memory, a colour display, and extensive measurement capabilities, advanced triggering, and excellent connectivity.
The new series exceeds all the usual expectations of a small affordable oscilloscope. It offers up to 1 Mpts/Ch (2 Mpts interleaved) memory; more memory results in longer capture times showing more waveform detail with each trigger. Saving and recalling waveforms and setups from internal memory will save valuable time during test and debug. The WaveAce can save up to 20 waveforms, 20 setups and two reference waveforms to the internal memory. The WaveAce also provides a USB host port on the front panel for saving screen images, waveforms and setups to a memory stick. A rear panel USB device port allows for connection to a PC or PictBridge printer.
With 32 automatic measurement parameters, the WaveAce simplifies how measurements are made; the large 7” widescreen colour display can show up to five measurements without crowding the waveform display or show all 32 at once with the measurement dashboard. A wide range of advanced timing parameters provide insight to the relationship between signals on two different channels.
The WaveAce 2000 series also provides five math functions for additional analysis including Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide and FFT. The FFT can be viewed using four different windows and two different vertical scales for an insightful view of the frequency domain.
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