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Saelig Company has announced the availability of a new 8-channel high-resolution PC oscilloscope, an ideal solution for advanced multi-channel applications. Housed in a compact, rugged enclosure, the PicoScope 4824 offers 12-bit resolution, a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface, and an integrated 14-bit arbitrary waveform generator. The new eight-channel PicoScope has the same small footprint as previous two- and four-channel models, and can replace cumbersome full-sized workbench scopes. Like all PicoScopes, the 4824 is small, light, and highly portable. Despite its high specification, it is entirely powered via USB and does not require a bulky separate adapter.

With eight high-precision, low-noise inputs, a bandwidth of 20 MHz, and sensitivity from 2 mV/div, this scope is well suited to a broad range of applications such as power supply start sequencing, decode and time-aligned display of related I/O lines, seven-channel audio signals, three-phase voltage and current measurements, and multi-phase motor drives. The maximum sampling rate of 80MSa/s, a deep buffer memory of 256MSa and data streaming capabilities enable the scope to measure detailed, useful signal capture over prolonged periods.

For more information, visit www.saelig.com.

 

 

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