Digital Oscilloscope

Among the various types of electronic test instrumentation, oscilloscopes are known as the eyes of electronic engineers. Many companies rely on an oscilloscope to find defects, thereby creating a product of acceptable quality. The broad application areas for oscilloscopes include computers, mobile phones, communications equipment, automotive electronics, power and other production enterprises, universities and research laboratories, aerospace, defense, and more.

Digital Oscilloscope - -SDS5000X Series Digital Phosphor Oscilloscope

Siglent’s SDS5000X family of oscilloscopes represent our highest performance to date. The SDS5000X scopes come in bandwidths of 1 GHz, 500 MHz and 350 MHz and are available in both 2 and 4 channel versions. Maximum sample rate is 5 MSa/sec.
With their large 10.1″ diameter display, the ‘5000X family comes with touch-screen display and supports mouse and keyboard control.
With advanced math features including histogram displays, the SDS5000X is priced considerably less than similar scopes on than market today.

Digital Oscilloscope - SDS1000X-E Series Super Phosphor Oscilloscope

SIGLENT’s new SDS1000X-E Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes sets a new higher bar in low-cost oscilloscopes. Available in 2 and 4-channel versions (the 4 channel versions include several additional features and options), they features include a 1 GSa/s sampling rate, 1 MPt FFT function, Super Phosphor Technology display, and Serial Bus triggering and decoding as standard. Vertical sensitivity is to 500 uV/div. The 4-channel versions (SDS1104X-E, SDS1204X-E) include features such as Bode Plot function, optional external AWG (used with the Bode Plot feature), optional Wi-Fi dongle, and web-based browser remote control. The 2-channel version is available in a 200 MHz bandwidth only while the 4-channel version comes in both 100 and 200 MHz models.

Digital Oscilloscope - SDS2000X-E Super Phosphor Oscilloscope

The SDS2000X-E oscilloscope comes in two available bandwidths – 200 MHz and 350 MHz, with a sampling rate of up to 2 GSa/s. Both models come in 2-channel versions.
Serial bus triggering and decoding is a standard feature while options for AWG and MSO are available. In addition, Bode Plots are made using the optional SAG1021 generator or any other Siglent SDG-series generator.

Digital Oscilloscope - SDS2000X Series Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes

SIGLENT’s SDS2000X Series Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes are available in bandwidths of 70 MHz, 100 MHz, 200 MHz and 300 MHz, maximum sample rate of 2 GSa/s, and come with a maximum record length of 140 Mpts. The most commonly used functions can be accessed with its user-friendly one-button design.

Digital Oscilloscope - SDS1000X/X+ Series Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes

SIGLENT’s new SDS1000X Series Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes are available in two bandwidths, 100 MHz and 200 MHz, a sample rate of 1 GSa/s, and a standard record length of 14 Mpts. The most commonly used functions can be accessed with its user-friendly one-button design.

Digital Oscilloscope - SDS1000CML+/DL+ Series Digital Storage Oscilloscopes

SDS1000DL+/CML+ series is a dual-channel universal digital
oscilloscope, available in 50 MHz, 100 MHz and 150 MHz
bandwidth models. It includes a 2 Mpts memory depth that helps
to ensure accurate waveform resolution and to capture longer
signal lengths. With its 7 inch TFT-LCD (800*480) screen, there is
adequate screen space to help better see and analyze waveform
details. Along with a 1 GSa/s sampling rate, the SDS1000CML+
supports 32 parameters measurements and common mathematical
operations to speed up complex / repetitive measurements.

Digital Oscilloscope - SDS1000CFL Series Digital Storage Oscilloscopes

Siglent’s SDS1000CFL family of scopes offer faster sampling rates and higher bandwidths than other Siglent SDS1000 families of scopes. The CFL’s provide up to four channels with an external trigger input channel and bandwidths up to 300 MHz. With a set of separate vertical controls for each input channel, you don’t need to worry about accidentally modifying the wrong trace. No more switching between channels as found in some other 2 and 4 channel oscilloscopes. Powerful triggering and analysis capabilities make it easy to capture and analyze waveforms, greatly improving the test efficiency.