PC-Scope 12MHz 1 Channel with Adapter (110V)

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SKU : PCS100AU
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Skill Level : Assembled and Tested
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Description: The PCS100 is a digital storage oscilloscope, using a computer and its monitor to display waveforms. All standard oscilloscope functions are available in the Windows program supplied. Its operation is just like a normal oscilloscope. Connection is through the computer's parallel port, the scope is completely optically isolated from the computer port.


Features:

  • Comes with adapter: yes (110V)

  • General: 1 channel input impedance: 1Mohm / 30pF

  • Frequency response: 0Hz to 12MHz (± 3dB)

  • Step markers for voltage, time and frequency

  • Vertical resolution: 8 bit

  • Auto setup function

  • Optically isolated from computer record and display of screens & data

  • Supply voltage: 9 - 10V DC / 500mA

  • Dimensions: 9" x 6.5" x 1.8"

  • Weight: 14oz

  • Minimum system requirements: IBM compatible PC Windows 98, ME, (Win2000 or NT possible), XP SVGA display card (min. 800x600)

  • Mouse

  • Free printer port

  • LPT1, LPT2 or LPT3

  • CD Rom player

  • Comes with: 1 insulated measurement probe x1 / x10 (PROBE60S)

Specifications:

  • Oscilloscope:

  • Timebase: 0.1µs to 100ms per division

  • Trigger source: CH1 or free run

  • Trigger level: adjustable per ½ division

  • Input sensitivity: 10mV to 3V per division

  • Record length: 4096 samples

  • Sampling frequency: 800Hz to 32MHz (Real time)

  • True RMS readout (only AC component)

  • Transient recorder:

  • Timescale: 20ms/div to 2000s/div

  • Max record time: 9.4hour/screen automatic storage of data automatic recording for more than 1 year markers for time and amplitude zoom function

  • Spectrum analyzer:

  • Frequency range: 400Hz to 16MHz linear or logarithmic

  • Timescale zoom function