Note: This Product is available on pre-order only & with a lead time of 21-30 days.
The GW Instek MDO-2102A is the 2-channel 100MHz oscilloscope in the renewed MDO-2000A series from GW Instek, which is the successor of the GDS-2102E/A.
MDO-2000A is an advanced version of MDO-2000E. The selectable bandwidth range is upgraded to 300MHz. The full bandwidth ranges include 300MHz, 200MHz, and 100MHz. The sampling rate has upgraded to Max. 2GSa/s and the memory depth has also been upgraded to 20M/CH. Hence, the three major specifications of oscilloscopes have been improved.
The MDO-2000A are so-called “Mixed Domain” (MD) Oscilloscopes, giving them the full functionality of an oscilloscope and spectrum analyzer in one thanks to the very strong FFT analysis to the Nyquist frequency. Compared to its predecessor, some of the most important features of an oscilloscope have been improved. The MDO-2102A comes with a sample rate of maximum 2GSa/s and a memory depth of 20Mpts per channel. The series has also been extended with a 300 MHz model.
The oscilloscopes can be connected to a computer with USB and LAN to store the measured data. It is also possible to log the data for a longer period of time. With a minimum interval of 5 seconds, it is possible to store the measured waveforms for a maximum of 100 hours to a USB stick in CSV format. It is also possible to print the data directly on printers that support PictBridge.
The MDO oscilloscopes have extremely low background noise in the electronics. Background noise affects the accuracy of measurement results at small signals (small-signal). The lower the background noise, the more accurate the measurement.
- Mask Testing
- Mathematical functions: addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, and FFT
- Y-T, X-Y, ROLL operation mode
- Memory for 20 settings
- Memory for 24 waveforms
- EF function – electrical field detection
- Built-in spectrum analyzer
- Support I2C, SPI, UART, CAN, LIN BUS trigger and decoding functions
- Segmented memory function
1 x GW Instek MDO-2102A Mixed Domain Oscilloscope