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Automotive Scope Users


Pico Automotive Scope software now sports a new Waveform Library browser.
Must own PicoScope to view.
See details here

 

Serial Decoding - UPDATE

The new PicoScope beta release, 6.13, adds Modbus RTU and ASCII to its growing list of serial decoders. Modbus is used in industrial automation to communicate with programmable logic controllers (PLCs).

PicoScope 6 now supports a total of 18 serial protocols and is the only oscilloscope that can decode Modbus.

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You can use PicoScope to decode data from a serial bus such as CAN bus. Unlike a conventional bus analyzer, PicoScope lets you see the high-resolution electrical waveform at the same time as the data. RS232/UART and SPI formats added to serial decoding mode
 

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PicoScope 3000 Oscilloscope

(Replaced by new 3000 A and B Series)

Converts PC to Oscilloscope (1435 bytes)

   
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The PicoScope 3000 range of PC oscilloscopes offer a level of performance that exceeds any other PC oscilloscope currently manufactured by Pico or our competitors.

Oscilloscope Specifications

PicoScope 3204 3205 3206
Bandwidth 50 MHz 100 MHz 200 MHz
Sampling rate
(repetitive signals)
2.5 GS/s 5 GS/s 10 GS/s
Sampling rate
(single shot)
50 MS/s 100 MS/s 200 MS/s (single channel)
100 MS/s (dual channel)
Channels 2 Ext trigger
Oscilloscope timebases 5 ns/div to 50 s/div 2 ns/div to 50 s/div 1 ns/div to 50 s/div
Timebase accuracy 50 ppm 50 ppm 50 ppm
Spectrum ranges 0 to 25 MHz 0 to 50 MHz 0 to 100 MHz
Dynamic range 50 dB
Signal generator Fixed 1 KHz square wave Fixed amplitude, Variable frequency sine/square/triangle wave with single/dual slope sweep options.
Maximum frequency 1 MHz.
Trigger modes Free Run, Auto, Repeat, Single and Save To Disk On Trigger
Pre/post trigger -100% to 100%
Buffer size 256 KB 512 KB 1 MB
Resolution 8 bits
Accuracy ±3%
Ranges 10 mV to 2 V/div
Input impedance 1 MΩ
Overload protection ±100 V (signal input)
±30 V (signal generator / external trigger)
±50 V (between grounds)
PC connection USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)
Power supply from USB port*
Dimensions 140 x 190 x 45 mm
Supplied software PicoScope (oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, meter), PicoLog (data logger), Driver and examples (C, Delphi and Visual Basic, Labview, Agilent VEE6.1 and Excel.)
Software is supplied on CD and is compatible with Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP

* In normal operation the PicoScope 320x is powered either from a USB port on your computer or from a powered hub. It is not possible to power this device from an un-powered USB hub. If both the PC and the device under test are referenced to the same ground (earth) then noise/offset problems may occur. This problem is only likely to occur when using a mains powered desktop PC whilst measuring DC coupled (earth referenced) signals of a small amplitude. If this situation occurs a mains power adaptor (supplied) will have to be used to power the unit.

Pico 3224 Information - 12 Bit 2 Channel USB Scope

PICO 3425 Information - 12 Bit 4 Channel Differential Input Scope

Labview Examples and 3000 DLL

PicoScope oscilloscope software > 

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Updated: 2015-05-28

 
 
 
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