Siglent SDS1052DL 7 TFT LCD 50 MHz 2 Channel Digital Oscilloscope With Protector, 100 – 240 V


Product Description
SDS1052DL digital oscilloscope uses ultra-thin design, small size and make it more effective and efficient to work in different operating environments (such as in the laboratory or the field). Mainstream designs retains the ease of use and interoperability of the oscilloscope, rich trigger powerful measurement capabilities maximizes the efficiency of work, digital filtering function and math can meet your management needs of signal processing. The professional SDS1052DL digital storage oscilloscope not only meet customers' demanding requirements of the oscilloscope functions and performance but also budgetary savings significantly.

Features

* 3 Cursor modes, 32 automatic measurement parameters.
* 5 trigger modes:edge, pulse, video, slope, alternating.
* 6-bit hardware frequency counter real-time counter display.
* Pop-up menu, humanized design.
* 2 group reference waveform, 20 group settings, 20 groups waveform internal storage.
* Independent channel control, button backlight design.
* Standard interface: USB Host: support U disk storage and firmware upgrade.

Package Content

1 x SDS1052DL
2 x Probe (1:1, 10:1)
1 x EasyScope Computer Software
1 x Power Cord
1 x User Manual
1 x USB cable

Add To WishlistPrice: £247.98
  • Up to 200MHz Bandwidth 500MSa/s sample rate
  • 7''TFT-LCD display, 8x18 grids
  • Channels: 2CH+1EXT
  • 500MSa/s samplinge rate, 32Kpts memory depth
  • 6 digits hardware frequency counter, real time counting display

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  1. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Value, 10 April 2014

    By Brian W

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    This review is from: Siglent SDS1052DL 7 TFT LCD 50 MHz 2 Channel Digital Oscilloscope With Protector, 100 - 240 V (Misc.)

    Promt delivery, less than a week.
    You get an lot of facilities for the money. Easy to get going using the quick start manual provided.
    Unless you a familiar with digital scopes ( I’m more used to analouge), you will probably need to download the full manual
    to get the most out of it.

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  2. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent wide screen and auto settings, 10 April 2014

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    This review is from: Siglent SDS1052DL 7 TFT LCD 50 MHz 2 Channel Digital Oscilloscope With Protector, 100 - 240 V (Misc.)

    The primary reason I had for purchasing this scope was to monitor audio-frequency signals so I will declare at the outset that I did not go anywhere near the 50MHz declared bandwidth of the scope.

    I have used a lot of scopes over the years from old analogue Cossors to modern ones. This is the first “modern” scope that I’ve had, but I have experienced quite a few, including the Rigol ones.

    I suppose this is somewhat similar to a Rigol DS1052E, but I think it’s better. The wide screen of the scope is especially good; when you have the menu displayed, you still have a decent slice of time that you can view. There are also independent controls for the two channels which means less button pressing.

    I was particularly impressed with the automatic set-up modes. It will set the time base to a number of settings depending on whether you are interested in seeing a number of wavelengths, a single wavelength, the rising edge or the falling edge.

    The scope also serves as a basic frequency counter, and of course it has many common modern functions including FFT signal analysis.

    If not using the automatic mode, triggering is pretty painless with this scope, especially if you are looking at logic levels. The button marked “Set to 50%” never failed to get the trigger level set to where it should be.

    There was one down-side and that was that I was not able to successfully install the drivers on my 64-bit Windows 7 PC and drive the scope from that, but that was a minor problem as far as I’m concerned because I got this rather than a picoscope to avoid having to control the scope from a PC!

    Aside from the minor niggle, I’m extremely pleased with the scope, especially given the price I paid for it.

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  3. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great, cheap ‘scope for beginners, students or hobbyists., 26 Feb. 2015

    By neema tasbihgou (hemel hempstead) –
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    It does have some odd quirks, for instance there’s one button on it (I can’t remember which) which may as well be labelled “reset” because the whole thing crashes if you press it, fortunately it’s not a vital button anyway so that’s fine. It’s my first oscilloscope – I’m an electronic engineering student – and it does everything I need it to, it may not be the most complex or feature-filled DSO out there but it does what I need it to. Except for that one button.

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