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Saelig Debuts Economical 12-bit Rigol DHO800/900 Oscilloscope Series

Saelig DHO800/900 Oscilloscope Series
Written by Kirsten Campbell

Rigol’s newest high-performance 12 bit economical digital oscilloscopes are portable and offer high-resolution, a capture rate up to 1,000,000 wfms/s, up to 50 Mpts memory depth, and an ultra-low noise floor that allows the detection of even small signal details.

The Rigol DHO800/900 Oscilloscope Series supports 16 digital channel capture, allowing analysis on both analog and digital signals simultaneously to meet complex embedded design and test tasks. Affordably priced, these scopes provide auto serial and parallel bus analysis, Bode plot analysis, and many other functions needed for today’s test demands in R&D, education, and scientific research.

DHO800 Series Highlights

  • Ultra-low noise floor, pure signal depiction, captures small signals
  • Up to 12-bit resolution for all the models 
  • Analog bandwidth of 70MHz & 100 MHz, 2 & 4 analog channels
  • Max. real-time sample rate 1.25GSa/s
  • Max. memory depth 25Mpts
  • Vertical sensitivity range: 500uV/div to 10 V/div
  • Max. capture rate of 1,000,000 wfms/s (in UltraAcquire mode)
  • Digital phosphor display with real-time 256-level intensity grading
  • Waveform search and navigation function 
  • 7″ (1024×600) capacitive multi-touch screen
  • New user-friendly Flex Knob control
  • USB Device & Host, LAN, and HDMI interfaces (std.) allows remote control

Additional DHO900 Series Highlights

  • 16 digital channels (std. but logic probe purchase is required)  
  • Max. real-time sample rate of 1.25GSa/s
  • Max. memory depth 50Mpts
  • Vertical sensitivity range: 200uV/div to 10 V/div

Saelig | saelig.com

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