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Serial bus triggering and decoding

Siglent offers the SDS2000X series Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes. The trigger system supports multiple triggering modes including serial bus triggering of protocols such as CAN.

The oscilloscopes have an operating temperature of -10 °C to +40 °C (Photo: Siglent)

The oscilloscopes are available in bandwidths of 70 MHz, 100 MHz, 200 MHz, and 300 MHz, with a maximum sample rate of 2 GSa/s (gigasamples per second) and a maximum record length of 140 Mpts (megapoints). Functions can be accessed with its one-button design. The SDS2000X series employs a generation of SPO technology. It has a digital trigger system with sensitivity and jitter and a maximum waveform capture rate of 140 000 wfm/s (waveform measurements per second) in normal mode, or up to 500 000 wfm/s in sequence mode. It also employs not only the common 256-level intensity grading display function but also a color temperature display mode.

The trigger system supports multiple triggering modes including serial bus triggering. The serial bus triggering and decoding supports protocols such as CAN, SPI, IIC, EIA-232, UART, and LIN. History waveform recording and sequence acquisition allow for extended waveform records to be captured, stored, and analyzed. Other features are a built-in 25 MHz arbitrary waveform generator, 16 digital channels (MSO), as well as serial decoding. The oscilloscopes come with an 8-inch TFT-LCD display with 800 pixels x 480 pixels resolution and support multi-language.


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