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PicoScope 6824E 500MHz 8-12 bit 8-ch Oscilloscope (PQ205)

    PicoScope 6824E 500MHz 8-12 bit 8-ch Oscilloscope (PQ205)

    Manufacturer: Pico Technology

    Price: $14,245.00


    PicoScope 6000E MSO Pod [TA369]
     Add $709.00

    Calibration Certificate [CC051]
     Add $185.00

    6824E Scope w/o Probes [PQ249]
     Subtract ($778.00)

    Purchase of Calibration Certificate [p/n CC051] requires factory calibration. Please allow 2 week lead-time. For recalibration of an existing unit, please contact Saelig at 888-772-3544.

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    The PicoScope 6824E FlexRes oscilloscope provides 8 to 12 bits of vertical resolution, with 500MHz bandwidth and 5GSa/s sampling rate. Eight analog channels have the timing and amplitude resolution you need to reveal signal integrity issues such as glitches, runts, dropouts, noise, distortion and ringing. FlexRes on the PicoScope 6824E is a resolution enhancement method a digital signal processing technique built into PicoScope 6 that can further increase the effective vertical resolution of the scope to 16 bits. PicoScope 6000E Series scopes can display single-shot pulses with 200ps time resolution.

    The PicoScope 6000E Series gives deep capture memoryup to 4GS in total. The PicoScope 6000E Series can capture 200ms waveforms at the maximum sampling rate. The SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface and hardware acceleration ensure that the display is smooth and responsive even with long captures. The PicoScope 6000E Series gives you the waveform memory, resolution and analysis tools that you need to perform stringent testing of today’s high‑performance embedded computers and next-generation embedded system designs.

    With its 12-bit resolution, the PicoScope 6824E can display low-level signals at high zoom factors. This allows you to view and measure features such as noise and ripple superimposed on larger DC or low-frequency voltages. Additionally, you can use the lowpass filtering controls on each channel independently, to hide noise and reveal the underlying signal.

    In 8-bit mode, the 5GS/s capability is available on up to two channels at once and 2.5GSa/s sampling is available on up to four channels at once. Sampling rates of 1.25GSa/s and lower are available on all eight channels at once. For sampling rates in 10 and 12-bit modes, see the technical specifications. Conventional eight-channel benchtop mixed-signal oscilloscopes occupy too much space on the bench and are too costly for most engineers working on next-generation designs. PicoScope 6000E Series oscilloscopes are small and portable, while offering the high-performance specifications required by engineers in the lab or on the move. These oscilloscopes offer 8 analog channels, plus an optional 8 or 16 digital channels with the plug-in 8-channel TA369 MSO pods. The flexible high‑resolution display options enable you to view and analyze each signal in detail.

    Both 6000E models include a 14-bit 200 MS/s arbitrary waveform generator (AWG). This has a variable sample clock, which avoids jitter on waveform edges seen with fixed-clock generators and allows generation of accurate frequencies down to 100 μHz. AWG waveforms can be created or edited using the built-in editor, imported from oscilloscope traces, loaded from a spreadsheet or exported to a .csv file.

    At no extra cost, PicoScope software can decode 1-Wire, ARINC 429, BroadR-Reach, CAN & CAN-FD, DALI, DCC, DMX512, Ethernet 10Base-T and 100Base-TX, FlexRay, IC, IS, LIN, PS/2, Manchester, Modbus, SENT, SPI, UART (RS-232 / RS-422 / RS-485), and USB 1.1 protocol data as standard, with more protocols in development and available in the future with free-of-charge software upgrades.

    Most benchtop mixed-signal oscilloscopes give a maximum of four analog channels and 16 digital inputs. When fitted with the optional 8-bit TA369 MSO pods, the PicoScope 6000E Series adds up to 16 high performance digital channels to its eight analog channels, enabling you to accurately time-correlate analog and digital channels. Digital channel bandwidth is 500 MHz, equivalent to 1Gb/s, and the input capacitance of only 3.5pF minimizes loading on the device under test.

    The spectrum view plots amplitude against frequency and is ideal for finding noise, crosstalk or distortion in signals. The spectrum analyzer in PicoScope is of the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) type that, unlike a traditional swept spectrum analyzer, can display the spectrum of a single, non-repeating waveform. With up to a million points, PicoScope’s FFT has excellent frequency resolution and a low noise floor. With a click of a button, you can display a spectrum plot of the active channels, with a maximum frequency of up to 500 MHz. A full range of settings gives you control over the number of spectrum bands (FFT bins), window types, scaling (including log/log) and display modes (instantaneous, average, or peak-hold).Large, high-resolution displays really come into their own when viewing high-resolution signals with the PicoScope 6824E 8- to 12-bit FlexRes model. With a 4K monitor, PicoScope can display more than ten times the information of some of our competitors’ scopes, solving the problem of how to match a big display and features with a small-footprint portable
    oscilloscope. PicoScope also supports dual monitors: instrument control and waveforms displayed on the first, and large data sets from serial protocol decoders or DeepMeasure results on the second. The software can be controlled by mouse, touchscreen or keyboard shortcuts.

    PicoScope 6000E Series oscilloscopes feature a USB 3.0 connection, providing lightning-fast saving of waveforms while retaining compatibility with older USB standards. The PicoSDK software development kit supports continuous streaming to the host computer at rates of over 300MSa/s.

    The 6000E oscilloscopes are ideal for design engineers working with high-performance embedded systems, signal processing, power electronics, mechatronics and automotive designs, and for researchers and scientists working on multi-channel high-performance experiments in physics labs, particle accelerators and similar facilities.  Supported by the PicoScope 6 software, these devices offer an ideal, cost-effective package for many applications, including design, research, test, education, service, and repair.

    The Pico oscilloscope probe positioning system, an optional extra, holds your circuit board firmly during soldering, inspection and test. For testing, the kit is supplied with four probe holders. Probes can then be set to make contact with points of interest on the PCB and will remain in contact while you make measurements in the PicoScope software. The large steel base plate is mirror finished allowing you to see any items such as status LEDs underneath the PCB.

    TA369 MSO Option

    When fitted with the optional 8-bit TA369 MSO pods, the PicoScope 6000E Series adds 16 high-performance digital channels to its eight analog channels, enabling you to accurately time-correlate analog and digital channels. Digital channel bandwidth is 500MHz, equivalent to 1Gb/s, and the input capacitance of only 3.5pF minimizes loading on the device under test. Digital channels, captured from either parallel or multiple serial buses, may be grouped and displayed as a bus, with each bus value displayed in hex, binary or decimal, or as a level (for DAC testing). Set advanced triggers across analog and digital channels! The digital inputs also bring extra power to the serial decoding capabilities. Decode serial data on all analog and digital channels simultaneously, giving up to 24 channels of data for example, decoding multiple SPI, IC, CAN bus, LIN bus and FlexRay signals simultaneously.

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