Top Ten Requested Oscilloscopes This Year

Top Ten Requested Oscilloscopes This Year

Published: 3rd June 2013

With so many different oscilloscopes available in the market from manufacturers such as Hameg, Rigol and Rohde & Schwarz amongst others it is hard to know which oscilloscopes is the right one for you.

To give you some insight into the most popular oscilloscopes, we have conducted some research into our MCS data to provide you with the top ten most requested products of the year so far.

10. Rigol DS2102 Digital Oscilloscope

Kicking off our top ten is the DS2102; the DS2000 series is a popular choice amongst our visitors and will be appearing again in the list.

The DS2102 offers an 8 inch LCD display with a bandwidth of 100 MHz and 2 analog channels.

9. Agilent / HP 54601A/B Digital Oscilloscope

This is a compact numeric oscilloscope with a bandwidth of 100 MHz, automatic measurement and a refreshing screen function.

8. Tektronix TDS3012 Digital Phosphor Oscilloscope

This product comes supplied with 2 x 100 MHz probes and is known as a low price, portable digital phosphor oscilloscope.

7. Hameg HM1508-2 Mixed Signal Oscilloscope

The scope comes with FFT (combiscope) for spectral analysis and offers four channels (two analog and two logic inputs). Also offers 1MPts memory per channel and memory zoom up to 50.000:1.

6. Rigol DS4024 Digital Oscilloscope

This DS4000 series digital oscilloscope is a versatile, high performance oscilloscope that comes with four analogue channels, 200 MHz bandwidth and a memory depth of 140 million points.

5. Rigol DS1074B Digital Oscilloscope

Halfway through the list and a Rigol product appears yet again this time with the DS1000 series.

The DS1074B offers four channel measurement ability with adjustable trigger sensitivity for effective noise removal and false trigger elimination. Comes with 70 MHz bandwidth.

4. Rigol DS1052D Mixed Digital Oscilloscope

These scopes feature 16 channel logic analyser, one million points of deep memory, FFTs, record and replay and roll mode amongst many others.

3. Rigol DS1102E Digital Oscilloscope

Down to the wire now and the third most requested oscilloscope this year is the Rigol DS1102E.

With features including one million points of deep memory, FFts, two analog channels plus external trigger this is yet another Rigol product that features in our top ten.

2. Rigol DS2072 Digital Oscilloscope

Second on the list is the DS2072 featuring a 70 MHz bandwidth, two analog channels and a wide vertical range (500uV/div-10V/div) that delivers an extremely low noise floor to help you capture smaller signals.

1. Rigol DS1052E Digital Oscilloscope

And the top search oscilloscope so far in 2013 is the Rigol DS1052E.

With features including 1 million points of deep memory, FFTs, record and replay, roll mode, alternate trigger mode, adjustable trigger sensitivity, and PictBridge printing the DS1000E is the new bench standard.

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