Rigol MSO5072 Digital Oscilloscope 70 MHz, 2 channels

Rigol MSO5072
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  • SKURGT-MSO5072
  • AvailabilityIn Stock
  • Guarantee3 years
  • ManufacturerRigol
 
100316
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Rigol MSO5072 Digital Oscilloscope 70 MHz, 2 channels

The Rigol MSO5000 Series Oscilloscopes combine best in class sampling and memory depth with a modern, flexible User Interface enabled by the new UltraVision II architecture and innovative Phoenix Chipset. With 70 to 350 MHz models each with 2 or 4 analog channels, the MSO5000 Series brings innovative flexibility and capability to the engineer’s bench. Analyze your critical signals with zone triggering, 7 instruments in 1, Enhanced FFTs, color grading, and histograms all supported by the high sample rate, deep memory, and full memory measurements.

Key Features & Specifications:Rigol MSO5072_2

  • Analog bandwidth: 70 MHz; bandwidth upgrade option supported up to 350 MHz
  • 2 analog channels (upgradable to 4), standard 16 digital channels (LA probe required)
  • Up to 8 GSa/s real-time sample rate
  • Up to 200 Mpts memory depth (option)
  • High waveform capture rate (over 500,000 wfm/s)
  • Auto measurement of 41 waveform parameters; full-memory hardware measurement function
  • A variety of serial protocol triggers and decodes
  • Bode plot for loop test analysis
  • Integrates 7 independent instruments into 1, including a digital oscilloscope, a logic analyzer, a spectrum analyzer, an arbitrary waveform generator, a digital voltmeter, a frequency counter and totalizer, and a protocol analyzer 9-inch capacitive multi-touch screen, 256-level intensity grading display, with color persistence
  • Multiple interfaces available: USB HOST&DEVICE, LAN(LXI), HDMI, TRIG OUT, and USB-GPIB

The package includes:

  • Power cord
  • USB cable
  • 2 passive probes, 350 MHz (Rigol PVP2350)
  • Quick guide (hard copy)

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