Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes

The design, validation, and manufacturing of modern electronics necessitate the measurement of both analog and digital signals. Mixed signal oscilloscopes enable the simultaneous, time correlated observations and analysis of analog with digital (logic) signals, to establish causal relationships between the various areas of a device's electronics. They are purpose built tools for troubleshooting electrical anomalies, measuring parametric values, and monitoring cause and effect relationships between signals.

From our first digital oscilloscope in 1988 and over ten generations since, Yokogawa oscilloscopes have enabled engineers to maintain high sample rates for long observation periods with deep, segmented acquisition memory. Yokogawa oscilloscopes offer extensive signal analysis capabilities, dedicated analysis and decode of serial buses such as I2C, SPI, CAN, LIN, CXPI and FlexRay, improved ergonomics, and value.

  • 8 channel mixed-signal oscilloscopes for every engineer in bandwidths of 350 MHz or 500 MHz. Best-in-class performance in usability, acquisition, analysis, and display.

  • 200, 350, and 500MHz mixed-signal oscilloscopes for every engineer. Best-in-class performance in usability, acquisition, analysis, and display—all at a price you can digest. Options include serial bus, vehicle bus, and power supply analysis functions.

  DLM2000 DLM4000
  DLM2000 MSO Series DLM4000 MSO Series
Analog Channels 1 to 4 1 to 8
Logic Analyzer Channels Up to 8 Up to 24
Bandwidths Available 200, 350, 500 MHz 350, 500 MHz
Sampling Rate Max 2.5 GSa/sec Max 2.5 GSa/sec
Record Length Max 250 Mpts/ch Max 250 Mpts/ch
Display 8.4" LCD 12.1" LCD
Serial Bus Trigger & Analysis (Option) 4 bus simultaneous analysis – UART, I²C, SPI, CAN, CAN FD, LIN, FlexRay, SENT 4 bus simultaneous analysis – UART, I²C, SPI, CAN, CAN FD, LIN, FlexRay, SENT
Power Supply Analysis (Option) Switching Loss, SOA, Harmonics, Joule Integral (I2T) Switching Loss, SOA, Harmonics, Joule Integral (I2T)
Warranty 3-Years Standard
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We have developed the DL9700/DL9500 series of mixed signal oscilloscope, featuring 32-bit maximum logic input, a 250-MHz maximum logic input toggle frequency, a maximum analog frequency bandwidth of 1.0 GHz, a maximum sampling rate of 5 GS/s and a maximum recording length of 6.25 M word. This series is characterized by high-performance functions of waveform display and analysis with a high sampling rate and long memory in both analog/logic inputs, thus providing the best environment for analog/logic signal harmonized analysis of embedded systems.

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We have developed the DL1640/DL1640L digital oscilloscopes that feature4-channel inputs, 200-MS/s maximum sampling rates, a 200-MHz analogbandwidth and a 32-MWord maximum record length. Compared with former modelDL1500, this general purpose oscilloscope has realized an extremely compact sizeand light weight as a result of our development of an ADC IC incorporatingpreamplifier, a VLSI for an acquisition system and our employment of a high-efficiency power supply. This paper provides an over-view of these new digitaloscilloscopes. 

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We have developed the DL9000 series of digital oscilloscopes that features 4-channel input, a maximum frequency bandwidth of 1.5 GHz, a maximum sampling rate of 10 GS/s and a maximum recording length of 6.25 MWord. This series features the high performance functions of waveform display and analysis with a compact and lightweight design. As one of the significantly improved functions, this series employs an enhanced accumulation function capable of continuously and successively displaying overlaid historical waveforms, thereby enabling data acquisition and display processing at a maximum of 450-M sample points per second.

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The DL850 can take engineers to a new level of efficiency in the development of everything from green devices to complex advanced systems.

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From digital home electronics to automobiles, a boom has recently occurred in various industries that use embedded systems in which functionality is achieved through processors and software. Even if the I/O to and from a system is an analog signal such as a sensor or voice transducer, the processor handles the A/D-converted digital signal. In order to debug these types of systems, we are now seeing an increasing need to interpret the digital signals and confirm the corresponding action.  Given this need, we have developed the DLM2000 series of mixed signal oscilloscopes which are compact, lightweight, portrait-shaped (293 mm (H) × 226 mm (W) × 193 mm (D), 4.5 kg, see figure 1) models that inherit the shape of our conventional DL1000 series. The DLM2000 comes standard with 8-bit logic, and offers advanced waveform display performance with waveform analysis functions.  The name “DLM2000” represents the familiar “DL” series plus mixed analog/digital system analysis (a mixed-signal oscilloscope), hence the “M.”

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Application Xplorer is a Electronic Newsletter that is sent out bi-monthly to inform our customers of our latest news and product applications.

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Joseph Ting, digital oscilloscope product manager at Yokogawa Corporation of America, outlined two primary advantages in using a scope platform to analyze serial bus activity. 'First, a scope can identify waveform quality issues related to analog characteristics such as noise, rise time, or overshoot. By comparison,' he continued, 'a logic analyzer or dedicated protocol analyzer typically can only extract timing or protocol information. Second, a scope's additional channels support time correlation of the serial bus activity with other mixed signals in the system, such as power supply, analog sensor, or memory bus.'

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Application Xplorer is a Electronic Newsletter that is sent out bi-monthly to inform our customers of our latest news and product applications.

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Application Xplorer is a Electronic Newsletter that is sent out bi-monthly to inform our customers of our latest news and product applications.

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Application Xplorer is a Electronic Newsletter that is sent out bi-monthly to inform our customers of our latest news and product applications.

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The definition of a high-performance oscilloscope really is all about the customer's point of view. Two scopes may have the same bandwidth, number of channels, sampling rate, operating modes, and memory length. Yet, one will be bought instead of the other because its software or triggering capability or measurement suite better matches the customer's application requirements.

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After a disastrous 2009, the large publicly held test companies enjoyed booming business in 2010.

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Application Xplorer is a Electronic Newsletter is sent out bi-monthly to inform our customers of our latest news and product applications.

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The definition of a high-performance oscilloscope really is all about the customer's point of view. Two scopes may have the same bandwidth, number of channels, sampling rate, operating modes, and memory length. Yet, one will be bought instead of the other because its software or triggering capability or measurement suite better matches the customer's application requirements.

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This comprehensive training module covers the following topics:

  • Introduction & Product Familiarization
  • Basic Understanding and Operating Features
  • Advanced Analysis Features
  • Communication Features
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SNTP (SNTP)The DLM2000 clock can be set using Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP). The DLM2000 can be configured to automatically adjust its clock when it is turned on. SNTP Server (SNTP Server)Specify the IP address of ...
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The AC Power Input in all Yokogawa instruments is designed as a 3-pin connection (one of which is a GND pin). In some parts of the world, PCs are sold with AC power cables that are 2-pin. Often times this means the ...
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You can disable the soft menu from saving to a screenshot by setting the Mode to Normal through the Utility menu.
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The rated specification for channel to channel skew on the DLM2000 is 1 ns or less, where 1 ns typically denotes the worst case scenario. To measure channel to channel skew on the DLM2000 series oscilloscope, you will ...
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The lowest possible device setting for sample rate on the DL850 is 5 Sa/sec. There are however, different methods that will allow you to achieve much lower sample rates which includes the use of an external clock, ...
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The DL series instruments are capable of measuring the delay between traces or the delay between channels. The measured output value can be displayed in either time or degree. To setup the DL850 to measure delay, follow ...
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The DLM2000 Series Oscilloscope is capable of performing enhanced parameter measurements and calculations. This feature allows you to perform automated measurements of waveform parameters of two different areas. It ...
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For the DLM2000 with user-defined math (G2 Option), you can calculate the ratio of two voltages in decibels. The formula for calculating the ratio of two voltages in dB is:                   dB = ...
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Decimation is a technique used to reduce the total number of samples. You can use Xviewer to perform decimation on your waveform data files that have the WDF/WVF/ASCII CSV extension format. Decimation reduces the ...
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There are two methods to programmatically determine if the calculations for waveform parameters is completed on the DL series oscilloscopes. Send the :MEAS:WAIT? command. This will ensure that no other commands are ...
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With the DLM2000 series mixed signal oscilloscope, up to 20,000 previously captured waveforms can be saved into the acquisition memory. You can use the HISTORY function to search, display and save just one or all of ...
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Decimation is a technique used to reduce the total number of samples. You can use Xviewer to perform decimation on your waveform data files that have the WDF/WVF/ASCII CSV extension format. Decimation reduces the ...
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For the DLM2000 with user-defined math (G2 Option), you can calculate the ratio of two voltages in decibels. The formula for calculating the ratio of two voltages in dB is:                   dB = ...
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Unfortunately, we do not have an instruction manual describing the*.WDF file format structure like we did for the *.WVF files. However, we do provide a list of support options which will contain more details ...
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High Resolution mode can be used to remove high frequency noise and increase vertical resolution. It achieves this by increasing the number of effective bits per data to 12-bits through digital and bandwidth filters.
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If your DL series oscilloscope is not measuring rise or fall time, it may be because you are attempting to measure asymmetric waveforms. It is not possible to perform automatic rise or fall time measurements on DL ...
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Unbalanced, non-isolated inputs are single-ended amplifiers. These inputs are suitable for measurements where common mode voltages are extremely small or zero and measurements are referenced to GND.   Unbalanced, ...
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You can disable the soft menu from saving to a screenshot by setting the Mode to Normal through the Utility menu.
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The AC Power Input in all Yokogawa instruments is designed as a 3-pin connection (one of which is a GND pin). In some parts of the world, PCs are sold with AC power cables that are 2-pin. Often times this means the ...
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SNTP (SNTP)The DLM2000 clock can be set using Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP). The DLM2000 can be configured to automatically adjust its clock when it is turned on. SNTP Server (SNTP Server)Specify the IP address of ...
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In general, the recommended sampling rate for CAN bus or I2C analysis is 10x the bit-rate. If the waveform is not noisy, the sampling rate can be set to around 4-5x the bit-rate.
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The timestamp on the DLM2000 corresponds to the end of waveform acquisition and is the time of the very last acquisition. Likewise, the timestamp in history corresponds to the last waveform acquisition.Please ...
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The rated specification for channel to channel skew on the DLM2000 is 1 ns or less, where 1 ns typically denotes the worst case scenario. To measure channel to channel skew on the DLM2000 series oscilloscope, you will ...
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The DL series instruments are capable of measuring the delay between traces or the delay between channels. The measured output value can be displayed in either time or degree. To setup the DL850 to measure delay, follow ...
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The lowest possible device setting for sample rate on the DL850 is 5 Sa/sec. There are however, different methods that will allow you to achieve much lower sample rates which includes the use of an external clock, ...
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The DLM2000 Series Oscilloscope is capable of performing enhanced parameter measurements and calculations. This feature allows you to perform automated measurements of waveform parameters of two different areas. It ...
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Please verify the following items: USB does not exceed 16 GB Latest firmware is installed on DLM2000 USB Format is FAT32 USB works properly on PC Test USB on another USB port If the problem persists, please ...
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The DLM2000 can save multiple waveform history data to 1 file when the file type is set to Binary format. However, when the file save type is set to ASCII, only the displayed waveform data can be saved regardless ...
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In the menu of GO/NO-GO determination, there is no menu option for setting the for measuring range.The measuring range can be set in the Area1 sub-menu of the Automated Waveform Measurement Parameter menu..
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The DL850 can be installed with one of the following language options:JapaneseEnglishChineseKoreanGermanFrenchItalianSpanishRussianFor the English (-HE) model, the menu and message language can be changed in the UTLITY ...
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When using voltage probes, please set the channel probe mode using the command :CHANnel:PROBe 10.00 or 0.01. When using  current probe, please set the channel probe mode using the command :CHANnel:PROBe C10 or ...
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The free software DL-GATE can be used for the following products only:DL1700E seriesDL7400 series (firmware version after 1.32)DL1600 series (firmware version after 1.13)DL750 series (firmware version after ...
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​How to use SNTP on DL850 The sequence below is very important for SNTP to work properly.1. Set DATE/TIME and GMT Time Difference to your location FIRST. EDT is -4 hours, EDT is -5 hours - as examples. 2. Set a SNTP ...
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The  DLM2000 has a Serial Bus Analysis option from /F1 to /F4.  This includes the CAN, LIN, UART, I2C, and SPI protocols. However, there is one more User-Defined Serial Bus Analysis, which is not an add-on ...
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When communicating or controlling the DL7400 via USB in LabVIEW, you must use the USB driver files provided by NI-VISA (Version 3.0 or later). The Yokogawa USB driver files labeled YKUSB or YKMUSB can be used when ...
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Frequency to Voltage Conversion   Problem: A transducer produces a sine-wave output dependant on the voltage-input; here is how to decode that output with a scope or a ScopeCorder.  For 3kV input, the transducer ...
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Even though the display record length is shorter than the specified record length, measurement is made over the full record length. There is no function that allows you to move the display position to view the other ...
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The measured propagation delay for the PB500 500 MHz Passive Probe (701943) is approximately 8.2 ns. A simple way of measuring the propagation delay, using the DL9000, is to measure the delay between two ...
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The Time Axis Accuracy is the accuracy of the A/D clock. It is not possible to directly measure the A/D clock and the A/D clock is not output from the DL850/SL1400. To verify the accuracy of the A/D clock, you will ...
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Yes, the DLM2000 can decode and analyze J1939.
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Can we upgrade the DLM2000 memory to /M2?   No – DLM2000 Memory is factory only (must be ordered at time of new purchase); there is not a mod available for this type of upgrade.
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Question:If the DL9000 is in normal trigger mode and no waveform acquisitions have been made i.e. the scope has not triggered, a query to the instrument using the :Waveform:Record or :History:Record? Minimum it returns ...
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The DLM2000 has a unique feature that will allow you to save the timestamps in the History List. Please verify or update the firmware version on your DLM2000 to version 1.81 or later. There are two different save ...
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The Header Size entry, for a ASCII format data file, denotes the number of header lines in the header part of the ASCII File.
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Yes, VXI-11 is required and needs to be enabled for the DLM2000 to connect properly to Xviewer when using an ethernet connection. If the VXI-11 option is unchecked, a connection failed message will appear.   Related ...
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Please download the attached article. This article discusses the three types of display interpolation found in the Yokogawa DL9000 and SB5000 digital oscilloscopes. It is also applicable to other Yokogawa oscilloscopes.
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Please download the attached document for detailed instructions on how to work around the DLM2000 ASCII record length limit Error Code 545
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The DLM6000 shows the network icon to notify the user that the instrument is disconnected from a network. This is a specification of the LXI standard that is on the DLM6000 that requires the instrument to show the icon ...
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Yes, please see attached documents for details.
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The DLM2000 base model with standard storage memory capacity is 100MB. With the /C8 Option, the internal storage memory capacity is 1.8GB.
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Yes, the NAK CAN Bus Trigger is supported on the DLM2000 and DL9000.  DL9000: Refer to the IM 701310-51E (page 3-13)DLM2000: Refer to the IM 710105-02E (page 2-16) 
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Please see the attached document for complete instructions on how to get connected to the DLM2000 using Xviewer
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To use wireless mouses or keyboards on a device, a driver needs to be installed. Yokogawa instruments will not let you install drivers on the device, therefore it is not possible to connect a wireless mouse or ...
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The symbol editor for the DL9000/SB5000/DLM2000 instruments has two operating modes: CAN and LOGIC.  The CAN bus symbol definition allows symbolic decode for CAN bus packets. The logic symbol display, on the other ...
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The DLM2000 will prohibit any attempts to save a waveform in CSV format if the file is larger than 1.25 Mpts. There are two methods to work around this issue: Compress the data using the Data Compression feature on the ...
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Please make sure to set Time/Div to a setting which will display a minimum of sixteen (16) Cycles.        To setup the instrument for harmonic analysis: Press the WINDOW1 key Press the Type soft key Select ...
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The sanitation procedure for various Yokogawa oscilloscopes have been documented below. Please download the document or pdf that refers to your Yokogawa oscilloscope.
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The Yokogawa .SNP file is a proprietary Yokogawa file format for saving waveform snapshots. This file has no relation to the Microsoft Snapshot Viewer program. The .SNP file can only be viewed on the oscilloscope.
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Any DL9000 with firmware version 1.82 or older will require a one time upgrade via FAT-16 PC Card. After applying the one time upgrade, any subsequent new firmware update can be performed via USB flash drive. Please see ...
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Yes, the HDMI pinout carries the I2C on pins 15 and 16 of the HDMI connector cable. The HDCP (content protecting encryption keys) signal is carried on pins 15 and 16.
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Although the DLM2000/DL9000 does not have a BoxAvg acquisition mode, there is an alternative method for achieving the same effect. The combination of Hi-Res mode and a low pass bandwidth filter will work in the same ...
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Currently, the SB5000 and DLM2000 series oscilloscopes provide the CAN Bus symbolic decode analysis function. Once the zooming magnitude is enlarged, the indication appears automatically. The DL9000 does not provide CAN ...
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Yes, Xviewer has the capability of opening multiple files from different DL, SL, and WE series instruments into a single window display. The only requirement for viewing files from different products is that the sample ...
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The IEC Harmonic analysis on the DL/DLM series oscilloscopes provides a rough analysis and estimation for harmonic testing. The scope will perform an FFT on the current waveform and can be used to measure the general ...
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The true noise floor of a Yokogawa oscilloscope is ≤ 2-3mVpp. The DL9000, for example, has approximately 280uV residual noise at 2mV/Div with input termination set to 50Ω. The residual noise may be measured by ...
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The actual input limit for the DLM2000 is 212V (DC+ACpeak) for not only a 0.01 or 0.001 Hz AC signal but also a DC signal. The reason why 150 Vrms is indicated on the DLM2000 specification sheet is that the safety ...
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You can express any arbitrary exponentiation, in Xviewer or DL series instruments, by using the LOG (common logarithm) and EXP (exponential) functions. For example, for C1 raised to the exponent of 0.2, the math ...
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The DLM2000 can save all history acquisition waveforms into one file, if the data type is set to Binary (file extension *.WDF) and History Mode is set to All. If the data type is set to ASCII, only the latest ...
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The Offset function is used to set the vertical position of a waveform and is defined by a voltage value (V). The Position function is used to set the horizontal location of a waveform and is defined by a division ...
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If you selected Decimation or P-P Compression when saving waveform data in ASCII CSV format, then the HResolution will not be equivalent to the Sampling Rate. If Decimation or P-P Compression is not selected, then ...
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Question: I would like to confirm DC Precision when changing the position setting on DL1600. According to the specification of vertical (voltage) axis accuracy, in the case that voltage axis is set to 0.5 V/div:  DC ...
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Unfortunately we do not have an automated program for adjusting the DL9000 is it is failing calibration. Please follow the procedures on the DL9000 service manual or the CE handbook.
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There are three kinds of standards for which a differential probe is necessary:  FlexRay CAN UART (Some but not all UART)  It is not necessary to use a differential probe for the LIN, I2C and SPI standards.
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In the oscilloscope's QIS (Quality Inspection Standards), the "beat method" can be used to inspect and verify the time base accuracy. The "beat method" utilizes the aliasing effect to create a "beat waveform." The "beat ...
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No, the DL9000 cannot be upgraded or modified to a SB5000.
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Yes, the /F3 UART, I2C, SPI and the /f4 UART,CAN,LIN trigger and analysis options can be installed on the same DL/DLM6000 unit.
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The DL/DLM6000 series supports up to 4 Math Channels, which can be accessed by pressing one of the M1-M4 buttons.
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If your DLM2000 has firmware version 1.245 or later, then you can use a USB flash drive to upgrade the firmware of your unit.   Note:DLM2000 refers to models DLM2024, DLM2022, DLM2034, DLM2032, DLM2052, DLM2054
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The DL1600 will not save timestamp data into a column like some of the newer scopes (DL850 and DLM2000). There are two methods for adding timestamp data to the DL1600 listed below: WARNING: Please use caution when ...
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The measurement function can be used only when data are saved in the ACQ (BIN) format. In addition, when data are saved in this format, all functions including waveform zoom can be used in the same fashion as with the ...
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Yes, data is retained in the DL1500 internal memory even if power is turned OFF because there is a lithium battery.
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Yes, if all the data cannot fit onto one disk, a message will appear prompting you to enter the next floppy disk. Simply follow the instructions to save the data to multiple floppy disks. The same procedure also ...
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Yes, screen image data can be saved in BMP and other formats even if the built-in printer is not installed.
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The data will be in IS2 format unless the History Memory function is active, then it will be in the IS1 format.
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When using color the file size ranges from 50 KB to 200 KB, if Compression is turned ON. The size varies greatly since the compression rate changes depending on the density of the waveform. The file size is larger for ...
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It is currently not possible to load .WVF waveform data saved by a DL1540 onto the DL1540C/DL1540CL or vice versa. This is because the internal circuit is not common between the two models. It is however, possible to ...
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Yes, you can select color or monochrome when saving or transferring the screen image data.
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There are two types of waveform data that can be loaded. Waveform data saved using P-P.Computation and X-Y display cannot be performed on P-P display waveform data that are loaded. Waveform data saved in ACQ BIN ...
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It is the power spectrum defined by PS = 20 x Log(X/1Vrms)
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If Y(V) is the converted value for X(dBV), the equation is:              Y = 10(X/20) from X=20*LOG(Y)
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If the FFT does not appear, check to assure that the horizontal position of the waveform is set exactly to Zero. If the horizontal position is set to a non-zero value, the FFT will not be performed.
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The result of the computation between channels is displayed in units of divisions. By subtracting ch1 from ch2, you obtain 10 V. However, the result shows 2, a value obtained after dividing 10 V by the V/div value (10/5).
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The averaging function supported by the DL1500 Series is exponential averaging. The models that support linear averaging (simple averaging) are the DL4000 Series, DL2700, and DL708.
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The minimum dead time on the DL1540 and DL1540L is approximately 200 µs. However, this value varies depending on the T/Div setting, the number of channels, and the data length. Consider the minimum value to be the ...
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The FFT is computed based on the ACQ data. In order to perform the FFT over 1 k points, the ACQ data are decimated (reduced) from 10 kW to 1 kW. At this point the sampling rate is equivalent to 100 kSs (1/10 of 1 MS/s).
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The display channel colors are fixed to:                 CH1-yellow, CH2-green, CH3-pink, CH4-blue.
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Yes, the color of the snapshot waveform is white so the displayed waveform will change colors if you move the position of the snapshot waveform.
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The manufacturer of our LCD has stated the luminance of the LCD drops to half after 25000 hours.
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The width level of the Window trigger cannot be set to a value less than the voltage corresponding to 1 division at the specified voltage sensitivity. For example, if the voltage sensitivity is set to 500 V/div, then ...
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Yes, there is no restriction on specifying or using the two functions simultaneously.
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This function is available on firmware version 1.10 and higher. To check the version, press the MISC key on the front panel. and then select Information using the soft keys. This function is available on all versions of ...
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The menu screen and messages are cleared when commands such as "start" and "cursor on" are issued.
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Only P-P data can be transferred once measurements are being made. The instrument must be stopped to transfer ACQ data.
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The transfer could take up to 10 seconds. Normally it is 6 or 7 seconds, however this will vary depending on the performance of the PC and the GP-IB board. On the DL1540C, this may take longer than 10 s, because the ...
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Error:Code 915 is the error message "Can't detect listener." This error occurs when the hard copy destination is not set to the "printer," but to "plotter" without connecting external devices.
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The update rate is 1 to 2 Hz when all measurement items are specified on Trace1 through Trace4. The update rate is 5 to 6 Hz when only a few measurement items are specified on Trace1.
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Approximately 500 ms when performing zone determination.Approximately 700 ms when performing parameter determination.
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No, the power supply section of the DL1540, DL1540L, DL1540C, and DL1540CL automatically switches between 100-120 VAC and 220-240 VAC. The power supply section of the DL1520 and DL1520L is specified when you order the ...
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Yes, please visit our Contact Website and contact your local Yokogawa Representative to request a replacement for part no. A9080ZG.
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The NO-GO output is controlled by software. Thus, there may be fluctuations in the processing time depending on the sensing conditions. Since the signal remains low until the next determination can be accepted, this ...
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The SCSI connector type is half-pitch 50-pin (pin type).
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No, the DL1540C/CL uses the color TFT LCD screen. The output to the monitor is supported by the VGA output function (optional).
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To use the isolated input unit, the firmware version of the DL1540 must be 1.10 or higher. Please check the version number. If the version number is lower than 1.10, the firmware must be upgraded.
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Up to 25 characters can be entered and displayed. If you attempt to edit a preexisting comment, only the first nine characters are displayed. In this case, you must reenter characters after the ninth character.
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With the DLM2000 series mixed signal oscilloscope, up to 20,000 previously captured waveforms can be saved into the acquisition memory. You can use the HISTORY function to search, display and save just one or all of ...
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There are two methods to programmatically determine if the calculations for waveform parameters is completed on the DL series oscilloscopes. Send the :MEAS:WAIT? command. This will ensure that no other commands are ...
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Unfortunately, we do not have an instruction manual describing the*.WDF file format structure like we did for the *.WVF files. However, we do provide a list of support options which will contain more details ...
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If your DL series oscilloscope is not measuring rise or fall time, it may be because you are attempting to measure asymmetric waveforms. It is not possible to perform automatic rise or fall time measurements on DL ...
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High Resolution mode can be used to remove high frequency noise and increase vertical resolution. It achieves this by increasing the number of effective bits per data to 12-bits through digital and bandwidth filters.
Overview:
Unbalanced, non-isolated inputs are single-ended amplifiers. These inputs are suitable for measurements where common mode voltages are extremely small or zero and measurements are referenced to GND.   Unbalanced, ...
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The timestamp on the DLM2000 corresponds to the end of waveform acquisition and is the time of the very last acquisition. Likewise, the timestamp in history corresponds to the last waveform acquisition.Please ...
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The DLM2000 has a unique feature that will allow you to save the timestamps in the History List. Please verify or update the firmware version on your DLM2000 to version 1.81 or later. There are two different save ...
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The measured propagation delay for the PB500 500 MHz Passive Probe (701943) is approximately 8.2 ns. A simple way of measuring the propagation delay, using the DL9000, is to measure the delay between two ...
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Even though the display record length is shorter than the specified record length, measurement is made over the full record length. There is no function that allows you to move the display position to view the other ...
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The Time Axis Accuracy is the accuracy of the A/D clock. It is not possible to directly measure the A/D clock and the A/D clock is not output from the DL850/SL1400. To verify the accuracy of the A/D clock, you will ...
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Please verify the following items: USB does not exceed 16 GB Latest firmware is installed on DLM2000 USB Format is FAT32 USB works properly on PC Test USB on another USB port If the problem persists, please ...
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Yes, the DLM2000 can decode and analyze J1939.
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Question:If the DL9000 is in normal trigger mode and no waveform acquisitions have been made i.e. the scope has not triggered, a query to the instrument using the :Waveform:Record or :History:Record? Minimum it returns ...
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Can we upgrade the DLM2000 memory to /M2?   No – DLM2000 Memory is factory only (must be ordered at time of new purchase); there is not a mod available for this type of upgrade.
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No, the USB port is not insulated from the analog input connector. 
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Frequency to Voltage Conversion   Problem: A transducer produces a sine-wave output dependant on the voltage-input; here is how to decode that output with a scope or a ScopeCorder.  For 3kV input, the transducer ...
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When communicating or controlling the DL7400 via USB in LabVIEW, you must use the USB driver files provided by NI-VISA (Version 3.0 or later). The Yokogawa USB driver files labeled YKUSB or YKMUSB can be used when ...
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The DL850 can be installed with one of the following language options:JapaneseEnglishChineseKoreanGermanFrenchItalianSpanishRussianFor the English (-HE) model, the menu and message language can be changed in the UTLITY ...
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In the menu of GO/NO-GO determination, there is no menu option for setting the for measuring range.The measuring range can be set in the Area1 sub-menu of the Automated Waveform Measurement Parameter menu..
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The DLM2000 can save multiple waveform history data to 1 file when the file type is set to Binary format. However, when the file save type is set to ASCII, only the displayed waveform data can be saved regardless ...
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When using voltage probes, please set the channel probe mode using the command :CHANnel:PROBe 10.00 or 0.01. When using  current probe, please set the channel probe mode using the command :CHANnel:PROBe C10 or ...
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The free software DL-GATE can be used for the following products only:DL1700E seriesDL7400 series (firmware version after 1.32)DL1600 series (firmware version after 1.13)DL750 series (firmware version after ...
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The  DLM2000 has a Serial Bus Analysis option from /F1 to /F4.  This includes the CAN, LIN, UART, I2C, and SPI protocols. However, there is one more User-Defined Serial Bus Analysis, which is not an add-on ...
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​How to use SNTP on DL850 The sequence below is very important for SNTP to work properly.1. Set DATE/TIME and GMT Time Difference to your location FIRST. EDT is -4 hours, EDT is -5 hours - as examples. 2. Set a SNTP ...
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Please make sure to set Time/Div to a setting which will display a minimum of sixteen (16) Cycles.        To setup the instrument for harmonic analysis: Press the WINDOW1 key Press the Type soft key Select ...
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The DLM2000 will prohibit any attempts to save a waveform in CSV format if the file is larger than 1.25 Mpts. There are two methods to work around this issue: Compress the data using the Data Compression feature on the ...
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The symbol editor for the DL9000/SB5000/DLM2000 instruments has two operating modes: CAN and LOGIC.  The CAN bus symbol definition allows symbolic decode for CAN bus packets. The logic symbol display, on the other ...
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The sanitation procedure for various Yokogawa oscilloscopes have been documented below. Please download the document or pdf that refers to your Yokogawa oscilloscope.
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The Yokogawa .SNP file is a proprietary Yokogawa file format for saving waveform snapshots. This file has no relation to the Microsoft Snapshot Viewer program. The .SNP file can only be viewed on the oscilloscope.
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Yes, the HDMI pinout carries the I2C on pins 15 and 16 of the HDMI connector cable. The HDCP (content protecting encryption keys) signal is carried on pins 15 and 16.
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Any DL9000 with firmware version 1.82 or older will require a one time upgrade via FAT-16 PC Card. After applying the one time upgrade, any subsequent new firmware update can be performed via USB flash drive. Please see ...
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To use wireless mouses or keyboards on a device, a driver needs to be installed. Yokogawa instruments will not let you install drivers on the device, therefore it is not possible to connect a wireless mouse or ...
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Please see the attached document for complete instructions on how to get connected to the DLM2000 using Xviewer
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Please download the attached document for detailed instructions on how to work around the DLM2000 ASCII record length limit Error Code 545
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Please download the attached article. This article discusses the three types of display interpolation found in the Yokogawa DL9000 and SB5000 digital oscilloscopes. It is also applicable to other Yokogawa oscilloscopes.
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Yes, VXI-11 is required and needs to be enabled for the DLM2000 to connect properly to Xviewer when using an ethernet connection. If the VXI-11 option is unchecked, a connection failed message will appear.   Related ...
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Currently, the SB5000 and DLM2000 series oscilloscopes provide the CAN Bus symbolic decode analysis function. Once the zooming magnitude is enlarged, the indication appears automatically. The DL9000 does not provide CAN ...
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Yes, please see attached documents for details.
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Yes, the NAK CAN Bus Trigger is supported on the DLM2000 and DL9000.  DL9000: Refer to the IM 701310-51E (page 3-13)DLM2000: Refer to the IM 710105-02E (page 2-16) 
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The DLM2000 base model with standard storage memory capacity is 100MB. With the /C8 Option, the internal storage memory capacity is 1.8GB.
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Although the DLM2000/DL9000 does not have a BoxAvg acquisition mode, there is an alternative method for achieving the same effect. The combination of Hi-Res mode and a low pass bandwidth filter will work in the same ...
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The actual input limit for the DLM2000 is 212V (DC+ACpeak) for not only a 0.01 or 0.001 Hz AC signal but also a DC signal. The reason why 150 Vrms is indicated on the DLM2000 specification sheet is that the safety ...
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There are three kinds of standards for which a differential probe is necessary:  FlexRay CAN UART (Some but not all UART)  It is not necessary to use a differential probe for the LIN, I2C and SPI standards.
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Unfortunately we do not have an automated program for adjusting the DL9000 is it is failing calibration. Please follow the procedures on the DL9000 service manual or the CE handbook.
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In the oscilloscope's QIS (Quality Inspection Standards), the "beat method" can be used to inspect and verify the time base accuracy. The "beat method" utilizes the aliasing effect to create a "beat waveform." The "beat ...
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No, the DL9000 cannot be upgraded or modified to a SB5000.
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The DL/DLM6000 series supports up to 4 Math Channels, which can be accessed by pressing one of the M1-M4 buttons.
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Yes, the /F3 UART, I2C, SPI and the /f4 UART,CAN,LIN trigger and analysis options can be installed on the same DL/DLM6000 unit.
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If your DLM2000 has firmware version 1.245 or later, then you can use a USB flash drive to upgrade the firmware of your unit.   Note:DLM2000 refers to models DLM2024, DLM2022, DLM2034, DLM2032, DLM2052, DLM2054
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If you selected Decimation or P-P Compression when saving waveform data in ASCII CSV format, then the HResolution will not be equivalent to the Sampling Rate. If Decimation or P-P Compression is not selected, then ...
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The true noise floor of a Yokogawa oscilloscope is ≤ 2-3mVpp. The DL9000, for example, has approximately 280uV residual noise at 2mV/Div with input termination set to 50Ω. The residual noise may be measured by ...
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The IEC Harmonic analysis on the DL/DLM series oscilloscopes provides a rough analysis and estimation for harmonic testing. The scope will perform an FFT on the current waveform and can be used to measure the general ...
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Yes, Xviewer has the capability of opening multiple files from different DL, SL, and WE series instruments into a single window display. The only requirement for viewing files from different products is that the sample ...
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Question: I would like to confirm DC Precision when changing the position setting on DL1600. According to the specification of vertical (voltage) axis accuracy, in the case that voltage axis is set to 0.5 V/div:  DC ...
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You can express any arbitrary exponentiation, in Xviewer or DL series instruments, by using the LOG (common logarithm) and EXP (exponential) functions. For example, for C1 raised to the exponent of 0.2, the math ...
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The Offset function is used to set the vertical position of a waveform and is defined by a voltage value (V). The Position function is used to set the horizontal location of a waveform and is defined by a division ...
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No, the DL1540C cannot load the binary data file of the DL1500. The DL1540C can only load the binary data file saved by the DL1540C. The DL1540CL can load the binary data file saved by the DL1540C and DL1540CL
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The DLM2000 can save all history acquisition waveforms into one file, if the data type is set to Binary (file extension *.WDF) and History Mode is set to All. If the data type is set to ASCII, only the latest ...
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The DLM6000 shows the network icon to notify the user that the instrument is disconnected from a network. This is a specification of the LXI standard that is on the DLM6000 that requires the instrument to show the icon ...
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The Header Size entry, for a ASCII format data file, denotes the number of header lines in the header part of the ASCII File.
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In general, the recommended sampling rate for CAN bus or I2C analysis is 10x the bit-rate. If the waveform is not noisy, the sampling rate can be set to around 4-5x the bit-rate.

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    Six cursor types are available in the DL9000. Vertical and horizontal cursors are useful for quickly measuring voltage and time deltas. A voltage-at-time cursor will show you the corresponding channel voltages at any time.

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    History Memory is Yokogawa’s unique method of preserving waveforms and triggers through automatic memory segmentation. With the DLM2000’s incredible 125 megapoints of memory, you can review up to 20,000 past waveforms. History memory is always activated, even when you are not reviewing it. It preserves all input channels, logic channels, and even math channels.

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    History Memory is Yokogawa’s unique method of preserving waveforms and triggers through automatic memory segmentation. It allows you to isolate any accumulated anomalies, so you can view, playback, and even search for events long gone by.

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    The Yokogawa DLM2000 series are 200MHz to 500MHz digital oscilloscopes for electronic design and troubleshooting. This video shows the input and math channels.

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    The DL9000’s input channel controls give you easy access to all the individual channel settings. Here you can create channel labels, scales, or custom engineering units. The DL9000 offers fourteen pre-set low pass filters on each input channel, giving you powerful control over display noise and waveform enhancement.

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    The Yokogawa DLM2000 series are 200MHz to 500MHz digital oscilloscopes for electronic design and troubleshooting. This video shows the new FlexMSO logic inputs.

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    The DL9000 mixed signal models enable you to capture, view, and analyze sixteen or thirty two logic channels, in addition to the four analog inputs. A mixed signal oscilloscope from Yokogawa acts as a basic logic analyzer, with timing and state mode acquisition modes, flexible grouping and labeling of logic channels, bundled display of binary or hexadecimal values, and a host of logic specific triggers.

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    The Yokogawa DLM2000 series are 200MHz to 500MHz digital oscilloscopes for electronic design and troubleshooting. This video shows the automatic parameter measurements.

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    The Yokogawa DLM2000 series are 200MHz to 500MHz digital oscilloscopes for electronic design and troubleshooting. This video shows the serial bus decoding and advanced analysis.

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    Getting started with the Yokogawa DL9000 oscilloscope is as simple as connecting your probes and pressing the Initialize button. Change your mind? Simply press “Undo-Initialize” and go back to your previous settings.

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    The Yokogawa DLM2000 series are 200MHz to 500MHz digital oscilloscopes for electronic design and troubleshooting. This video shows the different trigger types.

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    When you want to quickly compare waveforms, take advantage of the Yokogawa DL9000’s built-in snapshot feature. Press “SNAP”, and the current waveform will remain on the display as an overlay, so you can easily detect even the most minor changes.

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    The Yokogawa DLM2000 series are 200MHz to 500MHz digital oscilloscopes for electronic design and troubleshooting. This video demonstrates the dual zoom windows.

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    The Yokogawa DL9000 are 500MHz to 1.5GHz digital oscilloscopes for electronic design and troubleshooting. This video shows some of the trigger functions.

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    The DL9000 series’ user interface is designed for excellent ease-of-use. Backlit buttons make it possible to determine, at a glance, exactly which features are enabled. By pressing or double pressing any backlit button, you can easily toggle that feature ON or OFF.

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    The Yokogawa DL9000 can make entirely automated measurements of waveform parameters, such as rise time, frequency, or delay. Select from over thirty parameters, and even write custom equations

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    Zooming allows you to investigate waveform details up close. The DL9000 gives you magnification on both the horizontal and vertical axes. Yokogawa oscilloscopes give you two separate zoom windows with independent controls.

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