MIXED SIGNAL OSCILLOSCOPES DLM2000

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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.


What's New

July 10, 2014

  • New features added
    • /M3 (Max. 250 Mpoints memory expansion option)
    • /G3 (Power supply analysis function)
    • Additional Option License for DLM2000

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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.
DLM2000 Feature 17DLM2000 Feature 2 3
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.
DLM2000 Image 3

DLM2000 Series Lineup

Item Model DLM2022
710105
DLM2032
710115
DLM2052
710125
DLM2024
710110
DLM2034
710120
DLM2054
710130
Analog Input channels 2 4*
Logic input
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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.

<Basic Formula> 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 1 History 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


DLM2000 Trigger Function 8 1















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.    

DLM2000 Real Time Filter 1 3

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


Processing with built-in filters



Computed Digital Filters

The input waveform can be filtered using an IIR filter, which is a MATH function. Filtered waveforms can be displayed at the same time as the input waveform for comparison. You can select low pass or high pass filters.DLM2000 Digital Filter 1 2

Cutoff Frequency Setting Range: 0.01 Hz to 500 MHz

Filtering of a PWM waveform using computation

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.
 BU DLM2000 3

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 1Waveform 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
Searching for waveforms in zones created by moving measured waveforms up/down/left/right.
History Search Function 4
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.
 DLM2000 Function 6 1
Thumbnails of saved files      Thumbnail can be viewed full-size

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 (due to be released on August 13, 2014) in order to apply this license.
This license is only valid for 4 ch models.

Model Suffix code Description
709810 -G2 User defined math
-G3  Power supply analysis function
-G4  Power supply analysis function + User defined math
-F1  UART trigger and analysis
-F2 I2C + SPI trigger and analysis
-F3  UART + I2C + SPI trigger and analysis
-F4  CAN + LIN trigger and analysis
-F5  FlexRay trigger and analysis
-F6  CAN + LIN + FlexRay trigger and analysis

Serial analysis function options (/F1, /F2, /F3, /F4, /F5, /F6)
   - UART(RS232)/I²C/SPI/CAN/LIN/FlexRay -

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). Logic input can also be used for serial buses (excluding FlexRay, CAN and LIN).

Simultaneous analyses of different busses: Four busses can be analyzed simultaneously. Waveforms and analysis results from busses with different speeds can be displayed in individual Zoom screens with different scales.

A wealth of trigger functions: A wide variety of trigger conditions can be set, such as ID/Data trigger combinations and combinations of serial bus triggers with normal edge triggers.

Inputs supported for serial bus analysis

 

 I2

 SPI 

UART

 LIN 

 CAN 

FlexRay

Analog Input

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Logic Input

Yes

Yes

Yes

NA

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


DLM2000Connectivity
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
Name Description File Type  
Bulletin 7101-00E DLM2000 MSO Series External Link Download
Name Description  
I2C Signal Analysis in the HDMI Interface 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. Learn More
Switched Mode Power Supply (SMPS) Analysis for Energy-Efficient Inverters, Rectifiers, Voltage Converters, and Phase Converters

Whether your design involves an inverter, rectifier, DC to DC converter, or phase converter, switched mode power supply (SMPS )analysis and design efficiency is critical.  This application handbook includes techniques for observing SMPS circuit internal waveforms, monitoring operating status, measuring efficiencies, and confirming the safety or loss in the devices used. 

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Making Real-Time Corrected Parametric Measurements Using a Digital Oscilloscope 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. Learn More
Serial Bus Analysis for DLM2000 Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes DLM2000 Series

Serial Bus Analysis Application Note
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Name Description  
LabVIEW Drivers for DLM2000 Series LabVIEW drivers  for DLM2000 Series y-Link
Mask Pattern Editor This software program is used to create mask patterns that are used on the DL (M) Series. The mask pattern created using this program can be loaded into the DL (M) Series via a PC card or USB memory and used for mask tests, GO/NO-GO judgements, and history search. y-Link
MATLAB Control Tool Kit This MATLAB tool kit enables DL (M) Series to easily interface with MATLAB. The software can be used to control supported DL series instruments from MATLAB or to transfer data from DL series instruments to MATLAB via GP-IB, USB or Ethernet. Learn More
Symbol Editor Create and Edit Physical Value Symbol Definition Files for the DL (M) Series.
You can create physical value symbol definition files for serial bus analysis. Created files can be saved for use on the DL/DLM/SB Series. Saved files can be loaded and edited.
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TMCTL TMCTL is a DLL to support development of custom software. By using this DLL, users can write original programs to control instruments from a PC. y-Link
USB Driver The USB Driver is needed when required by the software. y-Link
XViewer 701992 Xviewer allows you to display acquired waveform data (using the “Viewer” function), perform file transfers, and control DL (M) Series from a PC via GP-IB, USB or Ethernet. Learn More
Xwirepuller Xwirepuller enables the DL (M) Series to be controlled from your PC graphically, via the Ethernet, USB, or GP-IB interface. Learn More
Yokogawa_WDF DataPlugin NI DIAdem is a single software tool that you can use to quickly locate, load, visualize, analyze, and report measurement data collected during data acquisition and/or generated during simulations. The Yokogawa_WDF DataPlugin supports the reading of Yokogawa Waveform Data Files (WDF).
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Differential Probe 100 MHz/1400 V 700924

Differential Probe 100 MHz/1400 V 700924

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

Probe Stand 701919

Probe Stand 701919

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

500 MHz Differential Probe 701920

500 MHz Differential Probe 701920

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

100 MHz Differential Probe 701921

100 MHz Differential Probe 701921

Bandwidth: DC to 100 MHz (-3 dB)

200 MHz Differential Probe 701922

200 MHz Differential Probe 701922

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.

Differential Probe 50 MHz/7000 V 701926

Differential Probe 50 MHz/7000 V 701926

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

Differential Probe 150 MHz/1400 V 701927

Differential Probe 150 MHz/1400 V 701927

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.

Current Probe 100 MHz/30 ARMS 701928

Current Probe 100 MHz/30 ARMS 701928

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.

Current Probe 50 MHz/30 ARMS 701929

Current Probe 50 MHz/30 ARMS 701929

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.

Current Probe 10 MHz/150 ARMS 701930

Current Probe 10 MHz/150 ARMS 701930

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

Current Probe 2 MHz/500 ARMS 701931

Current Probe 2 MHz/500 ARMS 701931

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

Deskew correction signal source 701936

Deskew correction signal source 701936

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.

Miniature Passive Probe 701942

Miniature Passive Probe 701942

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

100:1 Probe 701944

100:1 Probe 701944

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.

100:1 Probe 701945

100:1 Probe 701945

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.

Soft carrying case for DL1600/DL1700E series 701964

Soft carrying case for DL1600/DL1700E series 701964

Three pockets are provided for storing accessories and the user’s manual. Roomy enough to store the DC power supply model and the battery box.

PBL100 Logic Probe 701988

PBL100 Logic Probe 701988

701988 (PBL100) Logic Probe

PBL250 Logic Probe 701989

PBL250 Logic Probe 701989

100 kΩ input resistance, toggle frequency of 250 MHz

B9988AE Printer paper

B9988AE Printer paper

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

International Rectifier Aerospace, Michael Wright

Main contenders at 9999$ price point: Yokogawa DLM2054 (base DLM under 5K$ 2010 ) v. Tek DPO3054. HP5000/6000 and LeCroy were early round knock-outs.
Result: DLM2054 far better than DPO3054. After using DLM, DPO3054 seems a toy. DLM2000 series wins by a wide margin

Yokogawa DLM2054 & Tek DPO3054 used side-by-side in daily use for 2 years. We were a Tek+HP shop, then a LeCroy deep memory shop, then Tek shop, now Yokogawa shop.

DLM has far better screen resolution, far better DPO accumulate, many more features. After using the DLM real time user-setable bandwidth features, and the infinite impulse response low pass, band pass, and high pass math channel features, we can not consider going back to any 'scope without. With the wide range of filter bandwidths on DLM, we can filter out the noise and see the hidden signal. With the DLM, we can show our customers the clean beautiful excellent step response while filtering out the switching transients. No way to make such plot with the DPO3054, with its single 20MHz low pass. Tek does not offer similar filtering on even their highest-end 'scopes as far as the Tek sales person and Tek FAE could demonstrate, Tek "FilterVu" was only on the lower-end Tek, was it the 2000 series, and it seemed so Mickey MouseTM and nearly useless in comparison, so many limitations. The DPO feature on DLM seems full featured, whereas DPO on DPO3054 seems so very limited. In these and other senses, Yokogawa's lowest-price-point offering offers features that no other 'scope supplier offers at any price. And the DLM re-trigger rate, frame rate, is far higher than DPO3054, so it captures far more data far faster to use in the DPO display. I have also used the higher price point DL9000 series, and was very pleased to find that Yokogawa left most of the features in the DLM2000 series. The form factor small footprint is superior (use rubber, not plastic, feet, DLM so light it slides).

We commend Yokogawa on the jewel-like quality and keeping much of their feature set across their entire line-up.

We highly recommend the Yokogawa DLM2000 'scopes and all Yokogawa 'scopes.

Observations:
1. Our 3 Tek DPO3054s have failed and had to be sent back for repair 3 times, 2 went black suddenly, one USB burn out. No problems with 5 DLMs.
2. Our Tek DPO3054 knobs have gotten noisy to the point of making the DPO3054 nearly useless. Where is the longevity?
3. DLM has web server remote control, DPO3054 does not. Ditto for so many other features.
4. DLM3054 is super with PC mouse, keyboard, but no USB hub has ever worked, can have only 2 of the 3 wants simultaneously: USB drive, mouse, and keyboard.
5. TEK DPO3054 input attenuators have 400% wider dynamic range than DLM: 300 v. 150 Vrms & 1 v. 2 mV/div, 2x at either end.
6. Use a cable from back panel trigger input to alligator clip to calibrator signal to emulate the DPO3054 much missed force trigger button.
7. DLM can pack far more Measure results on screen than DPO3054, DPO3054 measure results go over, and block, the signal, DLM does not, terrific display!.
8. The history features are terrific. I use the screen snap shot constantly to quickly compare waveforms. Tek saves 2 waveforms easily, some here prefer the Tek way.
9. Strange but true, Tek will not display a single waveform in auto or norm trigger, always 2 or more. Only way to do it seems to be single trigger mode. Bad TEK.
10. Tek users can easily make the user interface switch. I liked the Yokogawa user interface, both DL & DLM, from the first minute. I like Tek's interface also.
11. Even 10 year old Epson printers work, only the latest HP OfficeJet 6000 (2010) or later HP printers worked with the firmware that the DLMs shipped with.


Jerry Catherine - EYE Lighting International of North America, Inc.

Great Scope! I like the operation and sampling. This is something I'll be looking at for scope options for our lab.

 

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