DLM2000 Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes

The DLM2000 is a bench-top oscilloscope for electronic design or debug. It's ergonomic and easy to use, and packed with features. With bandwidths from 200 to 500 MHz and memory from up to 250 Mpoints, you can be certain there is a DLM2000 to meet your application and budget. With the DLM2000's industry first “flexible MSO input”, you can choose to activate channel four as an analog input, or use it to acquire 8 bits of logic instead. Modern electronics include analog and digital circuitry—and the DLM2000’s flexible MSO input lets you measure both, including mixed signal triggers and decoding of parallel or serial bit patterns. Options available include functionality for CAN, CAN FD, LIN, SENT, UART, I2C, SPI, PSI5 and CXPI bus analysis, and power supply analysis.

Compact & intuitive operation

Easy-to-Use & Easy-to-See

Easy to use. Portrait body + large screen makes display easy to see.

We elevated the large (8.4-inch) LCD screen up into the line of sight. Also, the portrait format saves space on the desk or test bench. A compact "personal oscilloscope" designed for easy viewing and ease of use.

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Signal Observation on 4 channels or more...

Switch between analog and logic channels

Flexible MSO input

Four channels is not sufficient to view the functioning of digital control circuits. The DLM2000 series converts 4 ch of analog input to 8-bit logic, and functions as a 3 ch analog + 8-bit logic MSO (mixed signal oscilloscope).

DLM2000 4ch 3ch 8bit
4 ch analog   3 ch analog + 8-bit logic

 

The performance of up to 11 inputs by converting to logic

Using logic input, up to 11 input signals can be observed simultaneously as 3 ch of analog and 8-bit logic. It is not only possible to use logic input for observation of data and control signals, or as a trigger source, but also for logic
input analysis of I2C and SPI serial busses.

DLM2000 Image 9 Fast data processing with ScopeCORE
With our proprietary ScopeCORE fast data processing IC, real time display is possible even signals of 11 inputs.
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DLM2000 Series Lineup

Item Model DLM2022
710105
DLM2032
710115
DLM2052
710125
DLM2024
710110
DLM2034
710120
DLM2054
710130
Analog Input channels 2 4*
Logic input - 8bit
Maximum sampling rate 2.5 GS/s (interleave ON)
Frequency Characteristics 200 MHz 350 MHz 500 MHz 200 MHz 350 MHz 500 MHz
Maximum Record Length 62.5 Mpoints (Single measurement, interleave ON) 250 Mpoints (Single measurement, memory length: /M3, interleave ON)
*Or 3 channels when using logic input

Largest long memory within the class

   Continuous Measurement  Single-Shot Measurement
 2 ch, 4 ch same  With 4 ch (With 2ch for DLM20x2)  With 2 ch (With 1ch for DLM20x2)
/M1, /M1S memory option (standard) 6.25 Mpoints 25 Mpoints 62.5 Mpoints
/M2 memory option 12.5 Mpoints 62.5 Mpoints 125 Mpoints
/M3 memory option 25 Mpoints 125 Mpoints 250 Mpoints

Note:The /M1, /M2, /M3 memory expansion options are only available on 4ch models. The /M1S option is only available on 2ch models.

 

Large capacity memory up to 250 Mpoints

 

Long memory is necessary to keep high speed sample rate in long term measurement.

Measuring time = Memory length/Sample rate

If 250 Mpoints (Memory expansion option /M3) is installed, Max. 0.2 sec waveform can be captured even at 1.25 GS/s sample rate when taking 2 ch measurements in Single mode.

Large Capacity Memory

History function - Automatically save previously captured waveform

 With the DLM2000 series, up to 50000 previously captured waveforms can be saved in the acquisition memory. With theDLM2000 History 1History function, you can display just one or all of the previously captured waveforms (history waveforms) on screen. You can also perform cursor measurement, computation, and other operations on history waveforms. Using the History function, you can analyze rarely-occurring abnormal signals.

DLM2000 History Function

Trigger function capturing combined analog/digital waveforms

The DLM2000 series comes with a variety of easy-to-configure triggers combining analog and logic inputs such as edge, enhanced, and B triggers.

DLM2000 Trigger Function

Trigger Function Example

A to B(n) Trigger:
Trigger on the 7th edge of signal on B. This is effective for measurements with shifted timing, such as non-standard video signal vertical/horizontal periods or motor reference position pulses and drive pulses.

DLM2000 Trigger Function 2

Serial Pattern Trigger (user defined):
Trigger on an arbitrarily set pattern of up to 128 bits. This is effective for detecting ID/Data and other portions of proprietary communication formats.

 DLM2000 Trigger Function 3

Dual Bus Trigger:
Trigger on a combination of CAN and LIN bus triggers. I2C + SPI bus triggers, and other combinations are possible.
Trigger when either LIN or CAN bus signal conditions become true.

DLM2000 Trigger Function 4

Capture & Display Zoom and Search Functions

Real time Filter with optimum noise reduction supports a wide range of frequencies (from 8 kHz to 200 MHz)

The DLM2000 series has two types of filters, one processed at the input circuit and one based on MATH functions. These filters are effective for rejecting unwanted signals, allowing observation of only the desired bandwidths.

Real Time Filters 

Each channel has 14 low pass filters available from 8 kHz to 200 MHz. Waveforms of limited bandwidths are stored in internal memory.    

Cutoff Frequencies:  
200 MHz, 100 MHz, 20 MHz, 10 MHz, 5 MHz,
2 MHz, 1 MHz, 500 kHz, 250 kHz, 125 kHz,
62.5 kHz, 32 kHz, 16 kHz, and 8 kHz

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Processing with built-in filters

Zooms into two different points - Waveform zoom and search functions

Zoom two locations simultaneously
Because the DLM2000 series lets you set zoom factors independently, you can display two zoomed waveforms with different time axis scales at the same time. Also, using the Auto Scroll function, you can automatically scroll waveforms captured in long memory and change the zoomed location. With Auto Scroll you can choose forward, backward, fast-forward, scroll speed, and other control options.

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Large capacity memory gives you a variety of waveform search functions

Two types of waveform searching:
Normally, searching for data takes time and costs money, and long memory is useless without functions for extracting desired data from a large capacity memory. That's why the DLM2000 series does not simply offer long memory, it also provides powerful waveform search functions.

Searching for data in a single screen: the Zoom Search function
This function searches captured waveforms in the long memory and displays waveforms that meet the search criteria in the zoom area. The locations of the found waveforms are marked on screen

( shows the current location).

DLM2000 Zoom Search 1

Waveform Search Criteria
Edge, edge (with conditions), state pattern, pulse width, state width, serial bus (only on models with the serial bus
analysis option)

Searching for history waveforms: the History Search Function
Criteria can be specified for extracting desired waveforms from up to 50,000 previously captured waveforms.

DLM2000 History Search 2
DLM2000 History Search 3 History Search Function 4
Searching for waveforms in zones created by moving measured waveforms up/down/left/right. Search for waveforms that pass through/do not pass through a rectangular zone placed on screen.

Useful Functions - Fastest and most capable analysis

Display trends of peak-to-peak or pulse width per cycle

Measure function and statistics
Twenty-eight waveform parameters are included such as: maximum, minimum, peak-to-peak, pulse width, period, frequency, rise/fall time, and duty ratio. Automated measurement can be performed using up to 20 of these waveform parameters. Also, waveform parameters can be measured repeatedly, and the statistical values displayed (mean, maximum, minimum, standard deviation, etc.).

DLM2000 Function 1

Trend and histogram displays
Waveform parameters such as period, pulse width, and amplitude can be measured repeatedly and displayed in graphs. In a single screen you can observe period-by-period fluctuations, compute amplitudes every screen using multiple waveforms, and display amplitudes as trends. You can also display histograms referencing the voltage or time axis using values from repeated automated measurement of waveform parameters.

DLM2000 Function 2
Trend display of waveform parameters
Histogram display using the time axis

 

Measures voltage/time differences automatically
- Cursor Measurement -
Cursors can be placed on the displayed waveform from signal data, and various measurement values at the intersection of the cursor and waveform can be displayed. There are six types of cursor; ΔT, ΔV, ΔT& ΔV, Marker, Degree Cursor.

DLM2000 Function 3
Simultaneous level and with the
ΔT&ΔV cursor

Analyzes Frequency Spectrums
- FFT Analysis -

Up to 2 FFT analyses can be performed simultaneously. FFT can be performed on computed waveforms in addition to the actual waveforms on CH1 to CH4. Analysis can be performed of the frequency components of waveforms filtered for limited bandwidth, of frequency for changes in period of rotary objects, and other phenomena.

DLM2000 Function 4

Keeps waveforms with one push
By pressing the SNAPSHOT key to the lower right of the screen, you can freeze a white trace of the currently displayed waveform on the screen. You can press the key repeatedly and conveniently leave traces for comparing multiple waveforms. Also, snapshot data recorded on screen can be saved or loaded as files, and can be recalled for use as reference waveforms when making comparisons.       

 DLM2000 Function 5

 

Displays stored files in thumbnail format
Thumbnails of waveform data, waveform image data, and Wave-Zone files can be displayed. The image and file names are shown so that you can view screen image contents while copying or deleting files. A file can be enlarged to confirm the data.

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Has a GO/NO-GO function
GO/NO-GO can be determined using trigger conditions, zone waveforms, measurement parameters, and other criteria. For NO-GO, actions can be carried out at the same time such as sounding a buzzer, saving the current waveform, or sending notification to a designated e-mail address. Waveforms in which an abnormality occurred can be saved for confirmation and analysis of the phenomena at a later time.

 DLM2000 Function 7

 

Can check functions with graphical online help
You can view detailed graphical explanations of the oscilloscope's functions by pressing the "?" key in the lower left of the screen. This lets you get help on functions and operations on screen without having to consult the user's manual.

 DLM2000 Function 8

 

Additional Option License for DLM2000

This is a license product for adding applicable optional features on to DLM2000 series on your own.
It is necessary to update main unit firmware in advance to V3.00 and above* in order to apply this license.
This license is only valid for 4 ch models.

* Firmware version 3.70 or higher is required to apply -F9, -X1 licenses.
* Firmware version 4.70 or higher is required to apply -10, -11 licenses.
* Firmware version 5.01 or higher is required to apply -F4, -F6, -F7, -F8 licenses.

Model Suffix code Description
709810 -G2 User defined math (4 ch model only)
-G3 Power supply analysis function (4 ch model only)
-G4 Power supply analysis function (includes G2) (4 ch model only)
-F1 UART trigger and analysis (4 ch model only)
-F2 I²C + SPI trigger and analysis (4 ch model only)
-F3 UART + I²C + SPI trigger and analysis (4 ch model only)
-F4 CAN + LIN trigger and analysis + CXPI analysis (4 ch model only)
-F5 FlexRay trigger and analysis (4 ch model only)
-F6 FlexRay + CAN + LIN trigger and analysis + CXPI analysis (4 ch model only)
-F7 CAN+CAN FD+LIN trigger and analysis + CXPI analysis (4 ch model only)
-F8 FlexRay+CAN+CAN FD+LIN trigger and analysis + CXPI analysis (4 ch model only)
-F9 SENT analysis (4 ch model only)
-10 PSI5 analysis (4 ch model only)
-11 SENT+PSI5 analysis (4 ch model only)
-X1 F4 -> F7 or F6 -> F8 (adds CAN FD)

Serial analysis function options (/F1 to /F11)
   - UART (RS232)/I²C/SPI/CAN/CAN FD/LIN/FlexRay/SENT / PSI5 / CXPI -

Triggers for embedded systems and in-vehicle bus signals are supported along with decode display analysis (serial bus analysis option only on 4 ch models some trigger functions are not supported). Logic input can also be used for some serial buses (UART, I2C, SPI, SENT).

Intelligent serial bus auto setup: Complicated trigger and decode settings such as bit rate and threshold level are automatically detected by DLM2000.

Simultaneous analyses of four different busses: Up to four busses can be analyzed simultaneously. Waveforms and analysis results from busses with different speeds can be displayed using 2 Zoom windows.

Inputs supported for serial bus analysis

  I²C SPI UART LIN CAN CAN FD FlexRay SENT PSI5 CXPI
Analog Input Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Logic Input Yes Yes Yes NA NA NA NA Yes NA NA

 

DLM2000 Option 1
Simultaneous analyses of I2C and SPI
DLM2000 Option 2 1
Four bus decode and list display

Power Supply Analysis Option (/G3, /G4)

Dedicated power supply analysis options are available (4 ch models only) for switching loss, joule integral (i2t), SOA (safe operating area) analysis, harmonic analysis of power supply current based on EN61000-3-2, and other power parameter measurement such as active power, power factor etc.

Switching Loss Analysis
Utilizing the long memory capability, voltage and current waveforms over
long cycles can be input for computation of switching loss (V(t) X i(t)).
A wide variety of switching loss analyses are supported, including turnon/
off loss calculation, loss including conduction loss, and loss over long
cycles of 50 Hz/60 Hz power line.

DLM2000 Option 3

Power parameter measurement
Automated measurement of power parameters for up to
two pairs of voltage and current waveforms, such as
active power, apparent power, power factor etc. Values
can be statistically processed and caluculated.

 DLM2000 Option 4

 

DLM2000 Connectivity 2

 

  1. Ethernet (optional)
    Supports 1000BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, 10BASE-T
  2. GO/NO-GO I/O terminal
    Using the GO/NO-GO function, you can output the result of the waveform judgement as a TTL level signal.
  3. RGB video signal output terminal
    You can output an image signal and check the waveform on an external monitor.
  4. USB-PC connection terminal
    Enables control from a PC.
  5. USB peripheral connection terminal
    Supports USB storage, USB keyboards, USB printers.
  6. Probe power terminal (optional)
    Power supply output terminal for current probes (701930 and 701931) and differential probes (701920, 701921, 701922, 700924, 700925, and 701926).
  7. GP-IB connection terminal (optional)
    Enables control from a PC.
  8. Trigger output
    Outputs a CMOS 3.3V level trigger signal.
  9. External trigger input
    Lets you input a trigger signal separately from the input signal.

DLM2000Connectivity

 

November. 1, 2017
  • Released new firmware version 5.02.
October. 25, 2017
  • Released new firmware version 5.01.
  • Added CXPI analysis option. (/F4,/F6,/F7,/F8)
November. 7, 2016
  • Released new firmware version 4.73.
  • Increased the maximum number of trend display from 1 to 4 in the SENT analysis function. (/F9,/F10)
October 13, 2016
  • New features added.
    • /F10, /F11 (PSI5 analysis option)
February. 17, 2016
  • Released new firmware version 4.43.
  • /F7, /F8 CAN FD analysis option revised to comply with ISO standard.
Model Description
710105 Digital Oscilloscope DLM2022: 2ch, 200MHz
710110*1 Mixed Signal Oscilloscope DLM2024 4ch, 200MHz
710115 Digital Oscilloscope DLM2032 2ch, 350MHz
710120*1 Mixed Signal Oscilloscope DLM2034 4ch, 350MHz
710125 Digital Oscilloscope DLM2052 2ch, 500MHz
710130*1 Mixed Signal Oscilloscope DLM2054 4ch, 500MHz

700924 Differential Probe 1400V / 100 MHz

Differential probe powered by Yokogawa Digital Oscilloscopes, ScopeCorders, external power supply or internal battery.

701917 Current Probe 50 MHz / 5 ARMS

Frequency bandwidth: DC to 50 MHz

Maximum continuous input range: 5 Arms

Functions with Digital Oscilloscopes, ScopeCorders and other waveform measuring instruments.  

701918 Current Probe 120 MHz / 5 ARMS

Frequency bandwidth: DC to 120 MHz

Maximum continuous input range: 5 Arms

Functions with Digital Oscilloscopes, ScopeCorders and other waveform measuring instruments.

701920 Differential Probe 12V / 500 MHz

Differential Probe, 12Vp Differential, 30Vp Common-Mode, 500MHz, 10:1, 100kΩ, w/ built-in power cable (LEMO lead)

701921 Differential Probe 700V / 100 MHz

Bandwidth: DC to 100 MHz (-3 dB)

701922 Differential Probe 20V / 200 MHz

The 701922 is a 10:1 Differential Probe rated at 20Vpeak differential voltage input and 60Vpeak Common-Mode input with 200MHz bandwidth (-3dB). This probe is recommended for CAN bus and can be used with virtuallly any oscillscope with an internal 50Ω termination or use the external 50Ω 700976. This probe is powered via a built in pig-tail LEMO lead. This probe can be powered with Yokogawa scope option /P2 or /P4, or an external power supply 700938-3-D or 701934-D. The probe is supplied with one each pinchers, B9852MF black and B9852MG red and a 50cm ground extension.

701926 Differential Probe 7000V / 50 MHz

High Voltage Differential probe powered by Yokogawa Digital Oscilloscopes, ScopeCorders, external power supply or internal battery.

701927 Differential Probe 1400V / 150 MHz

The 701927 is a 50:1 or 500:1 high voltage (1400V peak) probe with extended bandwidth covering DC to 150MHz, This probe provides a balanced differential input, to be used with oscilloscopes with single-ended inputs (1 MΩ Input Impedance).  This probe works with DLM2000, DLM4000, DL6000, DLM6000, DL9000 and SB5000. This probe is conveniently powered by the Yokogawa Probe Interface.

701928 Current Probe 100 MHz / 30 ARMS

Current probe front-end powered, recognized automatically and adjust zero position from the operation of the DLM2000, DLM4000, DL6000/DLM6000, DL9000/DLM9000 and SB5000 series.

701929 Current Probe 50 MHz / 30 ARMS

Current probe front-end powered, recognized automatically and adjust zero position from the operation of the DLM2000, DLM4000, DL6000/DLM6000, DL9000/DLM9000 and SB5000 series.

701930 Current Probe 10 MHz / 150 ARMS

Current probe powered by Yokogawa Digital Oscilloscopes, Scopecorders or external power supply.

701931 Current Probe 2 MHz / 500 ARMS

Current probe powered by Yokogawa Digital Oscilloscopes, Scopecorders or external power supply.

701936 Deskew correction signal source

Improve switching-loss measurements by eliminating skew.  The 701936 Deskew Correction Signal Source accommodates both clamp-on current probes and through-type ‘CT' Current Transformers.

701942 Miniature Passive Probe

Passive Probe, 400Vrms, 350MHz, 10:1, 10MΩ, 3.0m, 'Mini'
Optional probe for use with DL1600/DL1700/DL7400 series, see also 701941.

701944 High Voltage Passive Probe 1000Vrms / 400 MHz

Passive Probe, 1000Vrms, 400MHz, 100:1, 50MΩ, 1.2m, 'Mini'
For DL1700, DLM2000, DLM4000, DL/DLM6000,DL9000 and SB5000.
See also 701945 for 250 MHz version of this same probe.

701945 High Voltage Passive Probe 1000Vrms / 250 MHz

Passive Probe, 1000Vrms, 250MHz, 100:1, 50MΩ, 3.0m, 'Mini' with extra-long 3m lead.  Compatible with DL1700, DLM2000, DLM4000, DL/DLM6000, DL9000 and SB5000. See also 701944 for 400 MHz version of this same probe.

701988 Logic Probe 100 MHz / 8-bit

701988 (PBL100) Logic Probe

701989 Logic Probe 250 MHz / 8-bit

100 kΩ input resistance, toggle frequency of 250 MHz

702906 Passive Probe 1000V / 200 MHz

Passive Probe, 1000V(DC+ACpeak) CAT II, 200MHz, 10:1, 10MΩ, 2.5m
Wide operating temperature range(-40 to 85°C)
For DLM2000 and DLM4000 series

B9988AE Printer paper

Quality paper for the DLM2000/DLM4000/DL850/DL6000/DL9000 and DL750

701919 Probe Stand

Using a probe stand with a flexible arm and heavy base to hold and stabilize probes can simplify circuit board testing.

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Construction and verification of SENT communication system

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While accurate rise time measurements have become easier to make, it remains, nonetheless, quite easy to overlook error contributions due to not only the oscilloscope but also the probe. And, while the error contributed by a scope's finite step-response (rise time) is often accounted for, that contributed by the probe is often overlooked.

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Capture and recreate waveforms with a DLM2000 and FG420

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Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes DLM2000 Series
Serial Bus Analysis Application Note

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The HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) standard is based on the DVI (Digital Visual Interface) standard. The HDMI standard has addressed the requirements for a next generation visual interface adapted by non PC applications such as DVD players or STB.

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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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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.
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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    The Yokogawa DLM2000 series are 200MHz to 500MHz digital oscilloscopes for electronic design and troubleshooting. This video shows various connectivity features

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

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    The Yokogawa DLM2000 series are 200MHz to 500MHz digital oscilloscopes for electronic design and troubleshooting. This is a general overview video.

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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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    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 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 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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    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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    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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