Il DLM3000 è un oscilloscopio da banco per la progettazione elettronica o il debug. È ergonomico, facile da usare e ricco di funzionalità. Con larghezze di banda da 200 a 500 MHz e memoria fino a 250 Mpoints, puoi essere certo che c’è un DLM3000 per soddisfare le tue neccistà e il tuo budget. Con il primo “ingresso MSO flessibile” del DLM3000, è possibile scegliere di attivare il canale 4 come ingresso analogico o di utilizzarlo per acquisire 8 bit di logica. L’elettronica moderna include circuiti analogici e digitali e l’ingresso MSO flessibile del DLM3000 consente di misurare entrambi, inclusi trigger di segnali misti e decodifica di pattern di bit paralleli o seriali. Le opzioni disponibili includono funzionalità per analisi CAN, CAN FD, LIN, SENT, UART, I2C, SPI, PSI5 e CXPI e analisi dell’alimentazione.
DLM3054 Oscilloscopio MSO – 4 ch / 3+8 ch 500MHz Yokogawa
- bandwidths of 500MHz
- 4 / 3+8 channel mixed input
- memory from up to 250 Mpoints
- you can choose to activate channel four as an analog input, or use it to acquire 8 bits of logic instead
Compact & intuitive operation
Easy-to-Use & Easy-to-See
Easy to use. Portrait body + large screen makes display easy to see.
We elevated the large (8.4-inch) LCD screen up into the line of sight. Also, the portrait format saves space on the desk or test bench. A compact “personal oscilloscope” designed for easy viewing and ease of use.
Signal Observation on 4 channels or more…
Switch between analog and logic channels
Flexible MSO input
Four channels is not sufficient to view the functioning of digital control circuits. The DLM3000 series converts 4 ch of analog input to 8-bit logic, and functions as a 3 ch analog + 8-bit logic MSO (mixed signal oscilloscope).
|4 ch analog||3 ch analog + 8-bit logic|
The performance of up to 11 inputs by converting to logic
Using logic input, up to 11 input signals can be observed simultaneously as 3 ch of analog and 8-bit logic. It is not only possible to use logic input for observation of data and control signals, or as a trigger source, but also for logic
input analysis of I2C and SPI serial busses.
|Fast data processing with ScopeCORE
With our proprietary ScopeCORE fast data processing IC, real time display is possible even signals of 11 inputs.
DLM3000 Series Lineup
|Analog Input channels||2||4*|
|Maximum sampling rate||2.5 GS/s (interleave ON)|
|Frequency Characteristics||200 MHz||350 MHz||500 MHz||200 MHz||350 MHz||500 MHz|
|Maximum Record Length||62.5 Mpoints (Single measurement, interleave ON)||250 Mpoints (Single measurement, memory length: /M3, interleave ON)|
Largest long memory within the class
|Continuous Measurement||Single-Shot Measurement|
|2 ch, 4 ch same||With 4 ch (With 2ch for DLM20x2)||With 2 ch (With 1ch for DLM20x2)|
|/M1, /M1S memory option (standard)||6.25 Mpoints||25 Mpoints||62.5 Mpoints|
|/M2 memory option||12.5 Mpoints||62.5 Mpoints||125 Mpoints|
|/M3 memory option||25 Mpoints||125 Mpoints||250 Mpoints|
Note:The /M1, /M2, /M3 memory expansion options are only available on 4ch models. The /M1S option is only available on 2ch models.
Large capacity memory up to 250 Mpoints
Long memory is necessary to keep high speed sample rate in long term measurement.
Measuring time = Memory length/Sample rate
If 250 Mpoints (Memory expansion option /M3) is installed, Max. 0.2 sec waveform can be captured even at 1.25 GS/s sample rate when taking 2 ch measurements in Single mode.
History function – Automatically save previously captured waveform
With the DLM2000 series, up to 50000 previously captured waveforms can be saved in the acquisition memory. With theHistory function, you can display just one or all of the previously captured waveforms (history waveforms) on screen. You can also perform cursor measurement, computation, and other operations on history waveforms. Using the History function, you can analyze rarely-occurring abnormal signals.
Trigger function capturing combined analog/digital waveforms
The DLM2000 series comes with a variety of easy-to-configure triggers combining analog and logic inputs such as edge, enhanced, and B triggers.
Trigger Function Example
A to B(n) Trigger:
Trigger on the 7th edge of signal on B. This is effective for measurements with shifted timing, such as non-standard video signal vertical/horizontal periods or motor reference position pulses and drive pulses.
Serial Pattern Trigger (user defined):
Trigger on an arbitrarily set pattern of up to 128 bits. This is effective for detecting ID/Data and other portions of proprietary communication formats.
Dual Bus Trigger:
Trigger on a combination of CAN and LIN bus triggers. I2C + SPI bus triggers, and other combinations are possible.
Trigger when either LIN or CAN bus signal conditions become true.
Capture & Display Zoom and Search Functions
Real time Filter with optimum noise reduction supports a wide range of frequencies (from 8 kHz to 200 MHz)
The DLM3000 series has two types of filters, one processed at the input circuit and one based on MATH functions. These filters are effective for rejecting unwanted signals, allowing observation of only the desired bandwidths.
Real Time Filters
Each channel has 14 low pass filters available from 8 kHz to 200 MHz. The filtered data is stored in internal memory.
200 MHz, 100 MHz, 20 MHz, 10 MHz, 5 MHz,
2 MHz, 1 MHz, 500 kHz, 250 kHz, 125 kHz,
62.5 kHz, 32 kHz, 16 kHz, and 8 kHz
Two fully independent zoom windows
Zoom two locations simultaneously
Combined with the advanced search and cursor/parameter measurement capabilities, the two zoom windows enable users, for example, to see the waveform detail of two parts of the acquisition which can be separated by a long time period.
Large capacity memory gives you a variety of waveform search functions
Two types of waveform searching:
Normally, searching for data takes time and costs money, and long memory is useless without functions for extracting desired data from a large capacity memory. That’s why the DLM2000 series does not simply offer long memory, it also provides powerful waveform search functions.
Searching for data in a single screen: the Zoom Search function
Quickly find and markabnormal signals in long and multiple waveform acquisitions.
( shows the current location).
Waveform Search Criteria
Single waveform acquisitions of up to 250 MPoints can be searched using various criteria such as edges, state patterns, pulse widths and serial bus patterns (optional).
Searching for history waveforms: the History Search Function
The history memory can be searched to find matching criteria in up to 50,000 acquisitions.
|Searching for waveforms in zones created by moving measured waveforms up/down/left/right.||Search for waveforms that pass through/do not pass through a rectangular zone placed on screen.|
Useful Functions – Fastest and most capable analysis
Measure function and statistics
30 waveform parameters from a total of 29 different types can be displayed simultaneously with a high update rate. These include: maximum, minimum, peak-to-peak, pulse width, period, frequency, rise and fall times, and the delay between channels.
The statistics of repetitively measured parameters can also be displayed, such as the mean, maximum, minimum and standard deviation.
Trend and histogram displays
To observe the fluctuations of measured parameters, it is possible to display them as trends. Period-to-period changes can then be easily seen. The variation of parameters can also be displayed as histograms thus providing a statistical visualization.
Measure voltage and time differences automatically
Line or waveform marker cursors can be placed on different displayed waveforms and the absolute values of voltage and time, and their differences, can be simply displayed. A degree cursor can also be used by
converting the time axis into a position/degree axis. Six types of cursor are available.
FFT Frequency Domain Analysis
2 FFT analyses can be performed simultaneously. The source data can be either from input channels or from the results of mathematical computations. In addition to the standard Power Spectrum calculations, a suite of FFT functions are available with the /G2 user defined math option installed.
Keeps waveforms with one push
By pressing the SNAPSHOT key to the lower right of the screen, you can freeze a white trace of the currently displayed waveform on the screen. You can press the key repeatedly and conveniently leave traces for comparing multiple waveforms. Also, snapshot data recorded on screen can be saved or loaded as files, and can be recalled for use as reference waveforms when making comparisons.
Displays stored files in thumbnail format
Thumbnails of waveform data, waveform image data, and Wave-Zone files can be displayed. The image and file names are shown so that you can view screen image contents while copying or deleting files. A file can be enlarged to confirm the data.
Has a GO/NO-GO function
The GO/NO-GOfunction can be used to test the results of parameter measurements, trigger conditions and other criteria and automatically save or print data, send an e-mail or activate external equipment such as a buzzer.
Graphical online help
You can view detailed graphical explanations of the oscilloscope’s functions by pressing the “?” key in the lower left of the screen. This lets you get help on functions and operations on screen without having to consult the user’s manual.