SL1400 SCOPECORDER LITE
The SL1400 ScopeCorder LITE is a plug-in module type chart recorder with a large built-in A4 sized high resolution thermal printer. It provides more simplified and intuitive, easy-to-use operational functions.
The SL1400 Scopecorder simplifies the process in all of your applications.
- High sample rate: 10 MS/s
- Data record Period: 100 µs to 30 days
- A perfect fit for manufacturing and maintenance departments
- Intuitive key names and menus for easy operation
- Easily store data both on paper and in external memory media
- Record data to USB or PC card devices or directly to the optional HDD
- Up to 16 analog +16 logic inputs
Intuitive key names and menus for easy operation
Simple measurement set up
Store data in memory and print it in just three steps!
Long-term measurements with large capacity memory (50 MW total)
PDF output for printing A4-sized reports
Color PDF Output
|When performing on-site measurements, you can print out the data and hand-write memos on the paper. Since the SL1400 simultaneously stores data to internal memory while printing, you can keep electronic and hard copy records with just a single action. (Remember that with thermal-sensible paper, it is vital to make photocopies for longterm preservation.) The SL1400 allows you to export results to files in PDF format, making it easy to save data for long periods of time, transfer the data to distant locations, or load them onto a PC. It is also easy to create reports since waveform data can be converted to an A4-size layout.|
Memory Backup Function
This function backs up about 150 hours of data saved to the acquisition memory immediately prior to power loss. Memory backup helps you avoid losing important data even if the power supply is unstable and gets cut off. (Backup time varies according to the usage environment. Four AA batteries are required for memory backup.)
Web Server Functions
Connect the SL1400 to your PC through the Ethernet connection. This allows for easy remote operation using Internet Explorer.
A Wide Range of Trigger FunctionsHaving a wide range of triggers is of course very useful for obtaining the desired waveforms. In addition, the GUI menu makes setting trigger conditions easy and intuitive.
Simple and Enhanced Triggers
Wave Window Trigger
This function comes standard with the SL1400 and enable triggering on power supply waveforms. In addition to traditional power supply troubles, such as sudden outages, sags, and surges, you can make efficient real time observations of frequency fluctuations and voltage drops. This trigger activates when a signal exceeds the allowable values determined by comparing a defined waveform (wave window) with an actual waveform in real time.
Comparative waveforms can be automatically produced in real time based on measured waveforms. Detection on all 16 analog channels is available (with OR conditions).
Action-On Trigger (Automatically save measured data)When this trigger is activated, the SL1400 performs a specified action each time a waveform is captured and displayed on the screen. This feature is useful for saving data automatically and reliably (e.g., for data collection in automated, continuous tests).
Manual Trigger (A trigger can be activated with press of a button)
With this feature, a trigger can be executed whenever you like, independent from the set trigger conditions.
Internal 40 GB Hard Drive (/C8 Option)Real-Time Hard Drive Recording
With the optional internal hard drive, you can record measurements to the hard drive in real time.
This makes it easy to manage and analyze data using a PC.
- Maximum data capacity: 1GW
- Maximum sampling rate: 100 kS/s
- (Using 1 channel only)
Ethernet Interface (/C10 Option)
Connecting to a PC as a Web Server and FTP Server
The SL1400 has a variety of server functions that let you perform remote controls or download waveform data and screen images onto a PC. You can also access the SL1400 using Internet Explorer. Same as with RS232 and GB-IB, you can write your own custom programs in Visual C++ 6.0 or Visual Basic 6.0 and control the SL1400 through an Ethernet interface.
Probe Power, 4-output (/P4 Option)
Probe power terminal for probe driving.
- Maximum number of probes powerd : 4
- Compatible probes :
- Current probes 701933 (30 A) & 701930 (150 A)
- Up to 2 current probes can be used at one time
|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|
|TMCTL (DLTOOL) - 160||This API lets you control the DL9000 series from an external program or to transfer the DL9000 series' data to the external program. The API is available as a Windows DLL and can be accessed from your program.||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|
|Yokogawa T&M Web Runtime||The file below installs library files required for the web service functions of DL750, DL1600/DL7400/SL1400 series instruments. Normally, these files are downloaded automatically from the Microsoft web site when you connect your DL to a PC through a web server. This library is required only if you do not have an internet connection.||y-Link|
Modules / Accessories
A 1 m long BNC-alligator clip cable. Use only for circuits having voltage levels no greater than 42 V.
A subassembly of 1.2 m long test leads with alligator-clip adapters. Use only for circuits having voltage levels no greater than 42 V.
Differential probe capable of wide-band, high-voltage floating measurements
8-bit, non-isolated, response speed: 1µs
Two measurement leads (B9879PX and B9879KX) included.
Use with measurement lead 758917 and 758922, 758929 or 701954 adapter leads
High-Speed 10 MS/s 12-Bit Isolation Module (2 ch)
High-Speed 1 Ms/s 16-Bit Isolation Module (2 ch)
High-Speed 10 MS/s 12-Bit non-isolation Module (2 ch)
High-voltage 100 kS/s 16-Bit Isolation Module (with RMS, 2 ch)
Universal Module ( 2ch)
Universal Module (with Anti-Aliasing Filter, 2 ch)
Temperature/high-precision voltage Module (2 ch)
Strain Module (NDIS, 2 ch)
Strain module (DSUB, Shunt-CAL, 2 ch)
Acceleraton / Voltage Module (with Anti-Aliasing Filter, 2 ch)
Frequency Module (2 ch)
1000 Vrms-CAT II, 1.8 m long
Safety BNC(male) to safety banana(female) use in combination with 701959, 701954, 758921, 758922 or 758929.
701902: 1000 Vtms-CAT II (BNC-BNC), 1 m
701903: 1000 Vrms-CAT II (BNC-BNC), 2 m
Bandwidth: DC to 10 MHz (-3dB)
Bandwidth: DC to 2 MHz (-3dB)
Bandwidth: DC to 50 MHz (-3dB)
A power supply for current probes, FET probes, and differential probes. Supplies power for up to four probes, including large current probes.
Passive Probe, 600Vp, 6MHz/10MHz, 1:1, 10:1, 1MΩ/10MΩ, 1.5m '600V Non-Isolated'
Set contains one black and one red clip.1000 Vrms-CAT II.
NDIS cable (5 m) included
|Bridge resistance:||120Ω (701955)|
D-sub cable (5 m) included. Supports Shunt-Cal.
Set contains one black and one red clip. 1000 Vrms-CAT II.
Quality paper for the DL750P and the SL1400.
Three pockets are provided for storing accessories and the user’s manual.
A set of 0.8m long red and black test leads, used in combination with a pair of optional 758922 or 758929 alligator-clip adapters.
Adapters for fitting a 4mm banana plug to a fork terminal. Set contains one black and one red clip
1000 Vrms-CAT II.
Rated at 300 V. Attaches to the 758917 test leads. Sold in pairs.
For conversion between BNC and female banana plug
Rated at 1000V. Attaches to the 758917 test leads. Sold in pairs.
Lyondell Chemical Co, Jim Poux
I love this DL-750 scopecorder. The technicians here call it "my mistress". This is the single most powerful general purpose piece of test equipment I have ever seen. It found in one day a problem we lived with for 13 years, and paid for itself in one day. This machine excells at finding glitch events involving mixed signal types, such as relay logic, high and low voltage AC and DC signals, AC or DC current signals, and 4-20 ma process controls. With 16 channels you can see a lot of data in one test. We also used this to investigate an electrical fire incident and found a very obscure design flaw, again in one day. We used the VGA output and a projector unit for a wall size view in a conf room and could step thru the circuit events a millisecond at a time, with 100% understanding of what was happening during a complex Y/Delta motor start sequence. This also found boiler trip problems where the event was so fast the flame safeguard computer was giving the wrong first out indication. The DL750 nailed the problem first time. I think this tool has gotten me two promotions in pay grade. It takes some time to learn, so don't expect to rent one and fix the world in two days. Buy it and learn it. Our DL750 was so useful and employed so much that the boss suggested I buy a second one. How often does that happen? Our second one, a DL750P named "The Terminator" is even better than the DL750. Jim Poux Lyondell Chemical Co.
Sony Electronics, Francisco Oliveros
The DL750 is fabulous. We have been using the unit to monitor AC line, investigate Instantaneous Stop conditions and to test live boards. It is safe and easy to operate (if you read the manual or receive technical service assistance). I truly recommend the unit to anyone that is involved in some kind of signal monitoring activity...it is great! I have only used 40% of its capacity more or less, but I am looking forward to squeeze every dollar we invested on it. I rate the unit at # 4 level because I am not familiar with other oscilloscopes similar to the DL750. Thanks.
This is a powerful troubleshooting tool. It took me a couple of days to figure it out, but it really is versatile and capable of monitoring signals from instrument level all the way up to 480VAC. We have already used it to monitor & trend motor currents & frequency on our new production line. We were having troubles with the motor drive tripping, and we found out that the design speed/frequency for the application was estimated wrong from the beginning. We adjusted base frequencies for the product and it is running good now.