The DL350 Portable ScopeCorder

Yokogawa Test and Measurement is pleased to introduce the new DL350 ScopeCorder. The DL350 ScopeCorder combines in one compact instrument all the measurement and recording capabilities you need when you are away from your office or lab. High-speed signals or long-term recording, ‘quick and simple’ or sophisticated operation, the DL350 provides the flexibility you need when you need it.

In this video we review the major features of the DL350 showcasing its portability, functionality, and operability. This device features battery power, 18 signal conditioning input modules, and touchscreen access to enhanced triggers, math, and analysis.

A ScopeCorder combines the transient capture abilities of an oscilloscope with the long-term recording of a memory recorder. They are typically used in mechatronics and power applications in power utilities and the transportation industry, including automotive and rail applications.

See the Yokogawa DL350 ScopeCorder Manuals For:

  • Features Guide
  • User's Manual
  • Getting Started Guide
  • Communication Interface User's Manual
  • Precautions Concerning the Modules
  • Battery Pack- Cover/Handling Precautions
  • Safety Instructions

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DL350 Portable ScopeCorder

A compact, battery-powered, touch screen instrument you can take into the field featuring the deep measurement and recording capabilities you need in the lab.

High Speed Data Acquisition

  • Yokogawa high-speed data acquisition systems
  • Industry-leading isolation, bit resolution, sampling rate, and memory depth
  • Independent channel hardware and easy to use software


  • Digital oscilloscopes
  • High-speed sampling
  • Range of bandwidths for electronic device design and development
  • Advantages of oscilloscope and multi-channel data recorder


  • Flexible, high-performance Yokogawa ScopeCorder
  • Modular platform combines mixed signal oscilloscope and portable data acquisition recorder 
  • Captures high-speed transients and low-speed trends 


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