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New 4 channel Oscilloscope from Rigol

Published: 9th October 2013

Rigol introduces the new DS1000Z series oscilloscope – a great value instrument providing the performance expected of a 4 channel scope at the cost of a 2 channel scope.

The DS1000Z is available in 70 or 100 MHz bandwidths and features an excellent memory depth of 12 Mpts standard, which can be extended to an optional 24 Mpts.

These oscilloscopes have a 1GSa/s max. sample rate (single channel) and feature a fast waveform capture rate of 30,000 wfms/s (max). The DS1000Z-S model includes an additional 2 built-in 25 MHz waveform generator channels.

The DS1000Z series can capture up to 60,000 frames real-time waveform recording, using Rigol's innovative UltraVision technology. Furthermore, these compact and lightweight scopes have powerful trigger functions and broad analysis capabilities, all easily viewed on a 7" WVGA screen with multiple intensity levels of waveform display.

There are four models available in the DS1000Z series:

DS1074Z 70 MHz Digital Oscilloscope

DS1074Z-S 70 MHz Digital Oscilloscope

DS1104Z 100 MHz Digital Oscilloscope

DS1104Z-S 100 MHz Digital Oscilloscope

Rigol offers complete connectivity for the DS1000Z oscilloscope models, including LAN (LX-C), USB Host & Device, and USB-GPIB (optional) connections. Optional serial buses triggering and decoding are also available.

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