Saelig Basic Rigol Analysis Bundle (SAP-1A)
Manufacturer: Rigol Technologies
This product has been superseded by Saelig Custom Scope/Gen Bundle.
Bundle includes one DS1102E and one DG1022A. Carry case is optional.
This bargain-combo benchtop Signal Analysis Bundle, exclusively from Saelig, includes all you need to test, emulate, and evaluate dynamic signals including a scope for time domain measurements and an arbitrary waveform generator for creating, emulating, and testing the limits of a system's signal requirements. Transfer signals from the scope to the generator on a USB stick or perform the acquisition, emulation, and modulation automatically.
The DS1102E is a 100 MHz 2-Channel Digital Oscilloscope with 1 GSa/s maximum Real-time Sample Rate and 1 Mpts of memory depth. Extensive set of trigger modes include: Edge, Video, Pulse Width, Slope, Alternate. A 5.6″ 64 k TFT Color LCD provides a bright and vivid waveform display in a compact desktop design that saves desktop space. Waveform Intensity is adjustable, and an easy-to-use file system allows for both USB flash drive and local file storage. There’s even a built-in Help System to guide you to more complex measurements. Supplied with calibration certificate.
The DG1022A is a 2-output 25MHz Function/ Arbitrary Waveform Generator featuring DDS technology, so output signals are accurate and stable with low distortion. Five standard waveforms are provided: Sine, Square, Ramp, Pulse, Noise, as well as up to 48 stored arbitrary waveforms. Software is also provided for you to create your own waveforms. DG1022A samples at 100 MSa/s with 14 bits of vertical resolution and 4k points of memory depth. Its intuitive user interface provides ease-of-use with minimal instruction. Versatile modulation and variety of waveforms are available: AM, FM, PM, FSK, Sweep, Burst; and USB disk storage is supported too.
The Standalone Analysis Bundle SAP-1A also allows you to connect these two units using a standard USB cable, then capture a signal with the scope, automatically load that wave as an arbitrary file in the generator and play it back while adjusting the amplitude and frequency. This is a great way to test signal integrity tolerances for your receiving circuitry as well as to conduct failure analysis by isolating different signals in a system.
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