Oscilloscopes

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WaveSurfer3kz-right-legsout_7140
WAVESURFER 3054Z-PROMO-1
500 MHZ, 4 GS/S, 4 CH, 10 MPTS/C
Teledyne LeCroy
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1 : 9 805,85000 €
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Bench, Digital
500 MHz
4
LCD - Color (Touch)
Ethernet, USB
10Mpts
Record, Playback, Save, Trend, Function Generator, Embedded Trigger and Decode Protocols
Passive 10:1 (4)
4G
1M - 16pF
800 ps
30V
100 ~ 240VAC
WaveSurfer3kz-right-legsout_7140
WAVESURFER 3104Z-PROMO-1
1 GHZ, 4 GS/S, 4 CH, 10 MPTS/CH,
Teledyne LeCroy
1
In Stock
1 : 10 864,87000 €
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Box
Active
Bench, Digital
1 GHz
4
LCD - Color (Touch)
Ethernet, USB
10Mpts
Record, Playback, Save, Trend, Function Generator, Embedded Trigger and Decode Protocols
Passive 10:1 (4)
4G
1M - 16pF
430 ps
30V
100 ~ 240VAC
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Oscilloscopes


Oscilloscopes are measurement tools that create a visual representation of electronic signals. An essential tool for those who work with electronics, they are used to observe and measure high-speed phenomena, with more advanced examples capable of measuring signals with frequency content approaching the GHz range. As a general rule they exchange absolute accuracy and measurement resolution for speed, with even modest multimeters likely to yield better measurements than most oscilloscopes of the DC/low-frequency phenomena for which multimeters are well-adapted.