Rigol DS1000Z Series Oscilloscopes

New! 'MSO Ready' Oscilloscope Line from Rigol

Published: 2nd November 2015

Rigol have just introduced a new line of oscilloscopes in the DS1000Z Series - the DS1000Z Plus. These new scopes replace the standard DS1000Z models and have the flexibility to be upgraded to a 16 channel mixed signal oscilloscope at any time. The four new models are:

DS1074Z Plus
70 MHz, 4 analog channels, MSO ready.

DS1074Z-S Plus
70 MHz, 4 analog channels, 2-channel 25 MHz signal source, MSO ready.

DS1104Z Plus
100 MHz, 4 analog channels, MSO ready.

DS1104Z-S Plus
100 MHz, 4 analog channels, 2-channel 25 MHz signal source, MSO ready.

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