Free bandwidth upgrades on the Rigol DS4000 and MSO4000 Oscilloscopes

Free bandwidth upgrades on the Rigol DS4000 and MSO4000 Oscilloscopes

Published: 20th September 2016

Buy any 200 MHZ or 350 MHz DS4000 or MSO4000 oscilloscope and receive a free bandwidth upgrade:

  • Order a 200 MHz unit and get a free upgrade to 350 MHz
  • Order a 350 MHz unit and get a free upgrade to 500 MHz

** 4000E models do not qualify for this promotion. Promotion ends on 31/12/2016.

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Rigol 4000 Oscilloscope Series

No longer available for purchase, please see our range of Oscilloscopes Here.

The 4000 series features bandwidths between 100 MHz and 500 MHz, sample rates up to 4GSa/s, 2 or 4 analog channels, and 16 digital logic channels.

Find out more about Rigol 4000 Oscilloscope Series

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