SmartDS Series Slim Body Oscilloscope
|Model No.||Channel||Bandwidth||Sample Rate||Record length|
|SDS6062||2 + 1||60MHz||500MS/s||10M|
|SDS7072||2 + 1||70MHz||500MS/s||10M|
|SDS7102||2 + 1||100MHz||1GS/s||10M|
|SDS8102||2 + 1||100MHz||2GS/s||10M|
|SDS7202||2 + 1||200MHz||1GS/s||10M|
|SDS8202||2 + 1||200MHz||2GS/s||10M|
|SDS8302||2 + 1||300MHz||2.5GS/s||10M|
|SDS9302||2 + 1||300MHz||3.2GS/s||10M|
Optional large volume battery, supports floating measurement. Convenient to carry.
What is USB?
Is the most commonly used interface, and used for connection, communication and power supply between computers and devices. USB comes in several main variants USB 1.0, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 but also in types of protocols dependent upon what is to be connected for example communications between a device and a PC or mass storage from a device or PC, etc. There are several different connector types for compact solutions in mobile devices but the most common type in instruments is the standard A and B type plugs and sockets.
What is Wi-Fi?
Wireless connections are a very important means of communication, it is characterized by no physical line connection and fast transmission speed. There are many instruments and equipment with inbuilt Wi-Fi (802.11) wireless interfaces.
You can connect instruments to a wireless router, or smartphone Wi-Fi hotspot. You can also directly connect to the instrument in AP (Access Point) mode allowing connection without the need to connect to an external Wi-Fi network.