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Pico Technology extends range of PC-based Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes

Pico Technology announced the further development of its PicoScope 6000E Series oscilloscopes with the launch of three new 4-channel models, each of which can be configured with 16 optional digital channels. These products enhance the existing PicoScope 6000E portfolio, adding to the 8-channel models that were introduced earlier in the year.

A smarter scope for faster debug

The PicoScope 6000E Series fixed-resolution and FlexRes oscilloscopes provide 8 to 12 bits of vertical resolution, with up to 500 MHz bandwidth and 5 GS/s sampling rate.

Models with four or eight analog channels have the timing and amplitude resolution you need to reveal signal integrity issues such as timing errors, glitches, dropouts, crosstalk and metastability issues.

Datasheet 6000E Series [PDF]

PicoScope 6000E Series software

✓ Ultra-high-definition display
✓ Ultra-deep memory
✓ Persistence mode
✓ Serial bus decoding and protocol analysis
✓ DeepMeasure > read more
✓ Mask limit testing
✓ Waveform buffer and navigator
✓ FFT spectrum analyzer (picture below)
✓ Alarms
✓ Math channels and filters
✓ Custom probes in PicoScope oscilloscope software
✓ PicoSDK® – write your own apps > read more

Pico FFT spectrum analyzer

Other Features

Signal fidelity
Deep capture memory
FlexRes > read more
Mixed-signal options
High resolution for low-level signals
Arbitrary waveform and function generator
Digital triggering architecture
Hardware acceleration engine HAL4
 Timestamping

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