R&S® RTH1002 Handheld Oscilloscope
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Lab oscilloscope performance
When debugging embedded devices in the lab or analyzing complex problems in the field, the R&S®ScopeRider offers the performance and capabilities of a lab oscilloscope, as well as the form factor and ruggedness of a battery-operated handheld device.
Small sensor signals can be analyzed with an excellent vertical sensitivity of 2 mV/div. Triggering on protocol events and decoding protocol data enables convenient debugging of digital control signals. A digital trigger system provides the best trigger sensitivity available in a handheld oscilloscope, and 14 trigger types give the flexibility required to capture exactly the right signal. With 33 automatic measurement functions, the R&S®ScopeRider delivers the capabilities of a lab oscilloscope when analyzing signal parameters.
Safe measurements on power electronics
Analyzing modern electric drive systems requires measuring motor voltages and currents while analyzing digital control signals. Safety is a key consideration for such measurements.
The R&S®ScopeRider offers up to four isolated input channels with CAT IV 600 V rating that allows measurements of high-voltage electronics without compromising safety. Digital control signals can be analyzed with the 8-bit logic interface that is isolated from the analog input channels. The protocol trigger and decode capability of the R&S®ScopeRider is unprecedented in handheld oscilloscopes and provides a direct display of decoded messages.
- 60 MHz to 500 MHz at up to 5 Gsample/s
- High-speed acquisition system with history mode
- 10 bit A/C converter
- Excellent sensitivity: 2 mV/div to 100 V/div
- Up to 200 V offset compensation range
- 33 automatic measurement functions
- Deep zoom with 500k sample acquisition memory
Standard Accessories Included
- 500 MHz, 10:1, 600 V CAT IV voltage probe for each input channel
- Power supply with plugs for EU, GB and US
- Battery pack
- Soft handle
- Safe debugging of embedded power supplies
- Fast debugging using specialised triggers
- Wireless control can be used for increased operator safety
- Quick and efficient troubleshooting