(PRWEB) November 11, 2012
Test Equipment Connection Announces Availability of new GW Instek GDS-2000A series Digital Oscilloscopes beginning November, 2012.
The GDS-2000 Series, carrying bandwidths of 200MHz, 100MHz and 60MHz and inputs of 2 and 4 channels, makes up a family of 6 members in total. The combination of 1GSa/s real-time sampling rate (25GSa/s for ET sampling) and 25k point’s record length of the GDS-2000 Series provides the highest value platform among all equivalent products available in today's market. The 27 Auto Measurement functions, FFT measurement, Advanced Triggering, 12 Division Horizontal Display, Time Clock, Frequency Counter, Go/NoGo, Multi-Language Screen Menu, On-Line Help, Setup Sequence and a Lifetime Warranty are all standard features of the GDS-2000 Series.
GDS-2000A Series Digital Storage Oscilloscope, replacing the GDS-2000 series, offers 2 and 4-channel configurations and wide bandwidth selections, including 300MHz, 200MHz, 100MHz and 70MHz. Each model provides 2GSa/s maximum real-time sampling rate and 100GSa/s high-speed equivalent-time sampling rate. Equipped with an 8-inch 800 x 600 high-resolution TFT LCD display, 1mV/div to 10V/div vertical range and 1ns/div to 100s/div time base, the GDS-2000A Series is able to faithfully demonstrate waveforms of complicated and obscure signals.
The GDS-2000A Series provides 2Mega point record length, and Waveform Search and Segmented Memory functions as standard features. The events of interest can be captured and saved into the Segmented Memory, which can be divided into 2048 sections, for observation, while the irrelevant waveforms can be ignored. Consequently, the overall efficiency of memory usage can be enhanced. Under Waveform Search mode, after the input signal is triggered, the GDS-2000A Series is able to Search and Mark the waveform sections, which comply with user-defined search condition and threshold level within the whole memory. Meanwhile, with Zoom window and Play/Pause button to scroll through whole displayed waveform, the user can rapidly navigate all the waveforms in an efficient way.