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Saelig’s benchtop PDS8102T and PDS8202T scopes offer a 2M data point record length, which allows for the investigation of fast, intermittent pulses.

The two-channel scopes sample at 1 and 2GSa/s respectively, and offer features such as video trigger, auto-measurements, 8in full-colour LCD display, XY Mode, auto-set, averaging, maths functions, USB output, waveform storage and three-year warranty.

FFT functionality is included for seeing spectrum information, as well as Autoscaling and Trigger Holdoff.

Autoscale can automatically adjust the vertical gain or the horizontal time base, or both together.

This is useful for circuit probing; as the probe is moved from point to point on a circuit board, the display auto-adjusts for best trace presentation.

It functions in the same manner as Autoset but, instead of being a one-time function, it’s active until turned off, keeping the hands free.

FFT allows users to instantly see the frequency spectrum of the signal under test, while Trigger Hold enables the introduction of a delay relative to the trigger point so that a different part of the signal can be seen.

PDS8102T and PDS8202T can automatically measure and display frequency and peak-peak/rms/mean values, but cursors can also be moved to make individual readings.

A built-in self-calibration facility improves measurement accuracy.

Video monitoring is also possible since users can trigger on NTSC/PAL/SECAM line or field waveforms.

PDS8102T and PDS8202T offer on-board storage and USB output, making the series suitable for design, maintenance and lab use.

Features include: manual cursor measurements; up to five automatic measurements; high-speed screen update; storage for up to four waveforms and setup parameters; serial interface with software; 400V (DC+AV peak) maximum input; optional rechargeable battery pack; multi-language capabilities; and USB connection, which facilitates the printing of stored results.

With a 7.8in 640 x 480 colour LCD, these scopes offer portability.

Sensitivity range is 5mV/div~5V/div with maximum display of +/-50V.

Another feature is the ability to store four waveforms for comparison with live inputs.

A persistence control is also available, allowing users to simulate old analogue scopes to compare slow-moving waveforms with previous scans.

X-Y display allows users to see phase changes, and A+B and A-B maths capability is also included.

Saelig Company, Inc. is a North American technical distributor for more than 100 manufacturers from all over the world. Founded in 1988 by Alan Lowne, Saelig has earned a growing reputation for finding, sourcing, and supporting unique, easy-to-use, value-priced control and instrumentation products. “Saelig” is an Olde English word which means “happy, prosperous, blessed”. We sell and support a wide range of electronic control and instrumentation equipment and components to customers ranging from Fortune 500 industrial users, military, educational institutions and hospitals to individual end-users. Our sales and distribution center is located in Pittsford, NY USA.

Mission: Saelig’s mission is to find, and successfully promote, unique OEM electronics products sourced from around the world, so that our customers, suppliers, and staff will be “happy, prosperous, and blessed”.

Product range: Oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, signal generators, DMMs, AWGs, PSUs, dataloggers, wireless modules, vehicle diagnostics, embedded controllers, I2C, USB, touch-panel PCs, WiFi, Bluetooth, RS2323/422/485 converters, bus analyzers, motors and controllers, etc.

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