DL9000 MSO Series (DISCONTINUED)

Notice: This product was discontinued on Jun 30, 2012. See this replacement product:

The DL9000 MSO models represent Yokogawa's third generation MSO, built upon the Best in Test award-winning DL9000 platform. It contains the most hardware/acquisition, display, and analysis capabilities of any MSO. To address the increasing complexity of the embedded market, the DL9000 MSO models can simultaneously monitor four analog channels, thirty two logic inputs, the decoding of two independent serial bus protocols, and four real-time math traces. Furthermore, Yokogawa's advanced data stream engine (ADSE) ASIC guarantees the least dead time of any MSO under the same settings. With our exclusive "History Memory", the Yokogawa MSO is ideal for troubleshooting anomalies.

Two primary challenges in developing a MSO are correlating samples between the logic and analog inputs, and maintaining waveform update rate (minimizing dead time) as various oscilloscope functions are enabled. The DL9000 MSO models are unsurpassed in these areas. Whereas logic hardware on many MSO’s are an afterthought, the DL9700/9500 is designed to always match sample rate and memory depth between the analog and logic channels. You can trust that signals are correlated, plus unrestricted 5GS/sec logic sample rate means the least amount of timing uncertainty. Unlike other vendors, the DL9000 MSO models' waveform update rate is unaffected when using logic channels.

  • Simultaneous measurement and analysis of 4 analog channels + 16/32-bit logic
    • Analog: 500MHz/1GHz frequency bandwidth
    • Logic: Maximum toggle frequency of 250 MHz
    • Analog and Logic Sampling speed: up to 5 GS/s
    • Memory length: 6.25 MW/ch
  • High speed acquisition and quick response
  • Fast and powerful analysis of logic channels
  • Capture and separate anomalies easily with History Memory
  • Extensive trigger functions for handling the most complex waveforms
  • Versatile zoom and search functions
  • Lightweight and compact
    • Approximately 350 (W) 200 (H) 285 (D) mm
    • Weight: Approximately 8 kg

High Speed Response 

High-Speed Display and Updating at up to 2.5 Million waveforms/s and Megawords of Data from 4 Analog + 16/32-bit Logic Inputs with the least compromise.

You need a fast waveform update rate to maximize your chance of catching that infrequent waveform variation. You also need an oscilloscope that doesn’t become sluggish and unresponsive with processor intensive functions or deep memory enabled. Yokogawa’s Advanced Data Stream Engine (ADSE) is unmatched in this area. Logic channel inputs, and even bus display mode, won’t affect the update rate, giving you the best possible real time display and analysis of mixed signal waveforms.


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  25,000 waveforms/sec (2.5kW, Normal Trigger Mode)
  2,500,000 waveforms/sec (2.5kW, N Single Trigger Mode)
Maximum update rate in math mode:
  60 waveforms/sec  (1 MW, when performing channel addition)
  12 waveforms/sec  (5 MW, when performing channel addition)
Maximum update rate in parameter measurement mode:
  60 waveforms/sec  (1 MW, when measuring a channel’s maximum value)
  16 waveforms/sec  (5 MW, when measuring a channel’s maximum value)

Note: The above rates can vary depending on the oscilloscope settings.

 

 

4ch Analog & 32/16-bit Logic Signal Analysis 

 

 

Debugging mixed signal circuits requires an expanded set of capabilities beyond what a general oscilloscope or logic analyzer can offer alone. DL9000 series MSO models offer convenient, innovative functions for display and analysis of mixed signal characteristics. and assists with measurement and debugging of analog/digital mixed signals.  Tm Dl9710l 04

State display and bus display functions are typically found in logic analyzers. DL9000 Series MSO Models support these types of logic signal display and analysis functions, and helps increase efficiency in the coordinated analysis of analog and logic signals. Moreover, when performing these analysis and display functions on DL9000 Series MSO Models, the screen display update rate is not compromised.

 
 

History Memory Function 

Other oscilloscopes show you digitally persisted acquisitions in just one display layer. What if there is a signal buried within the “fuzz” you would like to separate? With the DL9000, not only can you toggle digital persistence (accumulation) on or off, Yokogawa’s unique “history memory” also allows you to separate and view previously acquired data individually.

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DL9000 Series MSO Models not only update the display at high speed, but also includes a function for recalling up to 2000 screens worth of past waveforms.
High-speed screen updating alone does not allow users to take full advantage of the digital oscilloscope. Rather, the ability to redisplay and analyze individual waveforms unleashes the digital oscilloscope's full potential. 

 

Waveform Acquisition - Numerous Triggers   

With DL9000 Series MSO Models, you not only have access to the existing DL9000 series of powerful trigger functions, but you can also set trigger conditions using a logic signal as the source. You can restrict capture to the desired signals by combining various trigger conditions, thus reducing evaluation times and speeding up troubleshooting.

DL9000 Series MSO Models' Trigger Functions


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Examples of Trigger Application

 

 

  • Trigger-based gating - Edge (Qualified): conditional trigger
    The valid/invalid state of an edge trigger or pulse width trigger can be controlled according to the conditions of  any other channel’s state (high/low).

     

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  • Setup time trigger / Hold time trigger
    To derive setup time/hold time conditions, event delay/event sequence triggers are set as shown in the following figure.

 

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Waveform Display - Groups and Mapping  

DL9000 Series MSO Models allow you to assign 32-bit logic signals to up to five groups.
There is no limit to the number of bits allowed in each group. For example, you can assign all 32 bits to a single group.
Groups are assigned using a graphical interface for flexible and easy settings.
For example, even in cases such as where a reconfigurable device's pin assignments have been changed, you can make the corresponding adjustments simply by changing the mapping of the groups.
Analysis such as bus display, state display, and DA conversion can be executed on a group-by-group basis.

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Search & Zoom

 

Even if waveforms are displayed at high speed and held in the oscilloscope's acquisition memory, it does not help if it then takes time for the user to find the desired phenomena. Functions for searching and zooming acquired waveform data are key to increasing engineering efficiency.

DL9000 Series MSO Models include powerful functions for searching the memory for desired waveforms, and zoom functions for observing these waveforms in detail. In addition to searching based on criteria such as signal edge, pulse, and multichannel state, you can search the history memory by waveform patterns and waveform parameters. You can quickly find the desired waveform data in the memory, enlarge the area with the zoom function, and scroll the data. These processes are carried out by the hardware at high speeds, eliminating wasteful wait times after operating the oscilloscope.

Dual-window Zoom function simultaneously zooms in on two areas

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Two individual zoom factors and positions can be set with independent timescales and displayed simultaneously. Also, using the auto scroll function, you can automatically scroll waveforms captured in long memory and change the position of the zoom areas. Choose any display position with forward, backward, fastforward, pause, and other controls.     Dual-window zoom function
 

A variety of search functions

DL9000 Series MSO Models have a variety of waveform search functions, enabling you to detect abnormal signals or find specific serial or parallel data patterns. Data search types include:

  •     State search (based on high/low states of one or more channels)
  •     Serial pattern search (I²C/SPI/CAN/general-purpose pattern)
  •     Zone search
  •     Waveform window search
  •     Waveform parameter search (measured parameters, FFT, etc.) 

 

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Zone search in History Memory  Waveform parameter search  Search for serial pattern
Define 1 to 4 zones and search for waveforms that fall inside or outside the zone (s).                    

 
Select a waveform parameter and define a range for the parameter. Search for waveforms with parameter values inside or outside the set range Example: A5 (1010 0101)
                                                

                                                                      

 

 

Also enable searching of logic signal waveforms

 

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Bus values Pulse width Serial bus
You can search by logic signal bus values.                        


 
Search by specifying pulse width conditions.                                                                       Search for portions of analysis results of the logic signal's source serial bus that match specified conditions.

 

Waveform Analysis - Serial Bus Analysis (I2C, SPI, CAN*, LIN)

DL9000 Series MSO Models can perform I²C, SPI, LIN and CAN bus analysis with the different available options (/F5, /F7 and /F8).
Triggers for these bus types are standard features. These functions make it easy to discriminate between partial software failures and physical-layer waveform problems when troubleshooting systems by observing the physical-layer characteristics of signals.
Also, I²C, SPI and LIN bus analysis of logic signals are available, allowing you to simultaneously perform protocol analysis of the various buses using logic input channels, and signal analysis using 4 analog channels.

 

 

  • Serial data bus trigger functions
     A wide range of trigger conditions can be set, including triggers based on ID-Data combinations and combinations of a serial bus trigger and a regular edge trigger.

 

  • Real-time bus analysis-up to 15 updates/sec - DL9000 Series MSO Models display protocol analysis results while bus signals are being captured.
  • Simultaneous analysis of different buses
    With the Dual-window Zoom function, DL9000 Series MSO Models can simultaneously analyze and display the waveform of buses running at different speeds.
  • Decode Display
    Analysis results of analog input channels can be displayed not only in a list, but also shown as a decode next to the waveform.

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*CAN trigger and CAN analysis is supported by the analog input channels

 

 

Logic Waveform Analysis - ”Virtual D/A” Function

Digital to Analog conversion of logic signals can be performed on a group-by-group basis. This is an invaluable tool for evaluating A/D and D/A converters along with their surrounding circuits. For even faster debugging, use it together with waveform analysis functions such as the histogram function.
Even evaluations normally requiring computation programs on the PC can be executed quickly and easily using the powerful computation built-in functions of DL9000 Series MSO Models.
 

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Automated measurement of waveform parameters   

 

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You can automatically measure waveform parameters, including max., min., peak-peak, pulse width, period, frequency, rise time, fall time, and duty ratio.             Time domain waveform parameters such as pulse width, interval, and delay can be measured automatically for logic signals as well.
                                      

Waveform parameters can be calculated repeatedly every screen or period, and the statistical results (mean, maximum, minimum, standard deviation, etc.) of the waveform parameters can be displayed.

Automated measurement of waveform parameters and statistical computations can also be performed on waveform data in history memory.

 

Analysis Functions for Specialized Applications    

Eye Pattern Analysis and Mask Testing

  • Eye Pattern Analysis

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This function automatically measures the waveform parameters of an eye pattern. Unlike the waveform parameter measurement of earlier DL series oscilloscopes, MSO Models can calculate parameters based on the eye
pattern formed by the crossings of two or more waveforms.

 

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This function is used to evaluate the signal quality of high-speed data communication. Using Mask Editor software, a mask pattern is generated and loaded into DL9000 Series MSO Models.


   

 

 

Power Supply Analysis (Optional)

Effective power supply analysis can be easily carried out using the waveform computation, statistical computation and automatic parameter measurement functions.
Harmonic analysis of power supply currents based on EN61000-3-2 is also supported.

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  • Measurement and statistical computation of parameters specific to power supply analysis such as electric energy and power factor
  • Measurement of switching loss with history statistics
  • Computation functions required for power supply analysis such as active power, impedance, and Joule-integral
  • Harmonic analysis of power supply current based on EN61000-3-2

 

 

Versatile Connectivity

 

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  1. Probe power (Factory-set option)
  2. GO/NO-GO I/O Can be used to output the results of either GO/NO-GO tests or mask tests for communication purposes as a TTL level   signal.
  3. USB-PC connection port Can be used to control DL9000 Series MSO Models externally or to upload data from DL9000 Series MSO Models to a PC.
  4. Video OUT Can be connected to an external monitor
  5. Trigger I/O Separate ports available for external trigger input and output.
  6. 100BaseTX/10BaseT Ethernet (Factory-set option)
  7. PC Card Slot A PC card slot is standard.
    A National Instruments’ PCMCIA-GPIB card is required to be able to use the GPIB interface.
  8. Logic Inputs Logic probe connectors.
    Two or Four 8-bit logic probes can be connected. (701980 and 701981)

 

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Auto Setup Dedicated to Serial Busses (/F5, /F7, /F8)

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Using the Auto setup function dedicated for serial buses, you can have the instrument automatically enter settings for record length, time axis (T/div), triggers, and analysis by simply specifying bus type and source (input) channel. After that, it will automatically display bus waveforms and analysis results (list and decoding). This frees you from tedious analysis setup.

 

Serial Bus Analysis: 12C, SPI, UART, CAN*, LINCAN Bus Signal Analysis Function (/F7, /F8)

DL9000 Series can perform I²C, SPI, UART, LIN and CAN bus analysis with the different available options (/F5, /F7 and /F8).
Triggers for these bus types are standard features. These functions make it easy to discriminate between partial software failures and physical-layer waveform problems when troubleshooting systems by observing the physical-layer characteristics of signals.

  • Serial data bus trigger functions
  • A wide range of trigger conditions can be set, including triggers based on ID-Data combinations and combinations of a serial bus trigger and a regular edge trigger.
  • Real-time bus analysis-up to 15 updates/sec
  • DL9000 Series displays protocol analysis results while bus signals are being captured.
  • Simultaneous analysis of different buses
  • With the Dual-window Zoom function, DL9000 Series can simultaneously analyze and display the waveform of buses running at different speeds.
  • Decode Display
  • Analysis results can be displayed not only in a list, but also shown as a decode next to the waveform.

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*CAN trigger and CAN analysis is supported by the analog input channels
 

CAN Bus Signal Analysis Function (/F7, /F8)

DL9000 Series is equipped with dedicated CAN triggers including Start of Frame, ID, Data, Remote Frame, and Error Frame. Additionally, you can now set up to four ID and Data combination bit conditions and activate triggers based on OR relationships of these combinations. With the protocol analysis results list which is shown in a time series fashion, you can check each frame's analysis results (frame type, time from trigger point, ID, DLC, Data, and CRC), presence/absence of Ack, and the association with corresponding waveforms in a single screen. You can specify the type and other characteristics of fields and frames and search for corresponding waveforms in the captured CAN frame data. Tm Dl9000 66
Waveform Display and Analysis Results

LIN Bus Signal Analysis (Added to the /F7 and /F8 Option)

Triggering and analysis functions for LIN bus (widely used as an in-vehicle LAN protocol for car body applications) are available on the DL9000 Series. It is equipped with Break + Synch trigger. You can check waveforms and the protocol analysis results (list) along with the error information (Parity, CheckSum, TimeOut, etc.). You can analyze both LIN revision 1.3 and 2.0 conformity data existing on the same bus line simultaneously.

* LIN bus analysis function supported with firmware version 2.40 or later (/F7 or /F8 option).
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Simultaneous analysis and waveform (decode) display and CAN and LIN bus signals

I2C and SPI Bus Analysis (/F5, F8)

This option enables, analysis, and search on I²C and SPI
serial data bus signals. Observing the physical signals of these buses allows you to more effectively separate hardware related problems from software related problems.

 
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With the new firmware version 4.42 or later, the SPI analysis function without CS(Chip Select) source assignment is available. Some SPI bus applications do not require CS signal. Also, the data field size and the enabled bit range for analysis can be specified. The DL9000 DSO series can be applied for more wide-ranging SPI application.

(I²C and SPI triggers are standard)

UART Signal Analysis (/F5, /F7, /F8)

General-purpose UART trigger and analysis can be supported.
The UART trigger function can trigger on stop bit of each data frame. Analysis number, time from trigger position, binary and hexadecimal notation of data, errors, and other added information can be linked with the waveforms and displayed in the same screen as analysis results. The UART analysis results can also be displayed in ASCII. Grouping display is supported for easy identification of serial messages over 2 bytes.
 

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UART Trigger
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Group Displays

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Example of UART analysis

 

Built-in Printer (/B5)

 

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100 Base TX/ 10 Base T Ethernet (/C10)

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Network file server/client functions and network printing are supported through Microsoft network file sharing. The SMTP client allows you to send e-mail from the unit. (/C10)

Power Supply Analysis Function (/G4)

Parameter Measurements and Statistical Computations for Power Supply For Example: Power and Power Factor

Simply select voltage and current channels in a dedicated setup menu to add power-specific parameters to the waveform parameters of the selected channels. See the specifications on the reverse side of this leaflet for the dedicated parameters (types) that are added. You can also calculate the Joule-integral (I²t) required for fuse characterization.

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Statistical Computation and Trend Display of Cycle-by-Cycle Switching Loss

For example, in a active power factor correction circuit running in critical conduction mode, fluctuations in the switching frequency and switching current of the modulating signal, relative to the input voltage of the commercial power supply, can be displayed simultaneously along with the input voltage waveform.
The figure on the left shows data from multiple cycles of voltage (Vds), current (Id) and the computed switching loss (Vds x Id) (M1 waveform). Loss can be calculated for each cycle within a specified range of the M1 waveform (the Iteg TY parameter), and the integrated value can be quickly computed. The DL9000 also lets you view cycle-by-cycle switching loss in a list or as a trend line. Variations between power on and steady operation can easily be seen.
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Measuring Switching Loss with History Statistics

With high speed acquisition (max. 2.5 million waveforms/sec.) and the history statistics function, you can compute statistical values and total loss of the switching loss waveforms across multiple intervals. By specifying a computation range, you can also compute the loss when switching ON and OFF, separately. Tm Dl9000 54
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The difference in the current probe and voltage probe signal propagation time (skew) can be automatically corrected. This is useful for accurate measurement and computation of switching loss. A deskew correction signal source (model 701935, sold separately) is available. Tm Dl9000 55

 

Dedicated Waveform Computations for Power Supply Analysis

Quickly perform waveform computations of active power, impedance, and Joule-integral (I²t), and display the resulting waveforms. Simply select the desired function and source input channels from the menu to display the computed waveform. Tm Dl9000 56

Harmonic Analysis of Power Supply Current Based on EN61000-3-2

Harmonics generated by the target device under test are compared to the harmonic values allowed in by the IEC standard, based on the applicable class of device (classes A-D). Bar graphs and lists can be displayed for comparing the harmonic limit levels and the actual measured harmonic levels. Measured harmonic levels exceeding the specified limit are highlighted for easy identification.

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User-Defined Computation (/G2)

(The power supply analysis function option (/G4) includes the user-defined math option (/G2).)

 

Four user-defined waveforms can be defined (MATH1-MATH4) and used simultaneously in computations. In addition to a wealth of computation functions, twenty-six measurement parameters can be used in the equations. For example, you can normalize data using the amplitude of a measurement parameter. Up to 6.25 MWords per channel can be computed. Math waveforms can also be used in X-Y graphs, FFT displays, histogram analysis, and other functions.

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 /C12 LXI Compliant Ethernet Interface Options

Lxi LogoLXI (Lan eXtensions for Instrumentation) is a communication platform for test & measurement instruments, built on LAN technology. It provides improved transfer speeds with improved usability and low cost, when compared to traditional instrument interfaces. It's easy to migrate over from traditional GPIB system, because LXI utilizes existing technologies such as VXI-11 or IVI.

The Yokogawa DL9000/DL9700/9500 series and SB5000, with the LXI compliant Ethernet option ( /C12) installed, are fully compliant with LXI Class C.

Currently, over 20 test and measurement manufacturers provide LXI compliant products, and the total number of supported products is above 1100. As a new communication platform for applications requiring high transfer speed, low cost and usability, LXI will become more widespread in the future. For more information on LXI, please visit the LXI Consortium.

Model Description
701330 DL9705L: 4ch 500MHz + Logic 32bits, Max. 5 GS/s(2.5 GS/s/ch), 6.25 MW/ch
701321 DL9510L: 4ch 1GHz + Logic 16bits, Max. 5 GS/s(2.5 GS/s/ch), 6.25 MW/ch
DL9505L701320 DL9505L: 4ch 500MHz + Logic 16bits, Max. 5 GS/s(2.5 GS/s/ch), 6.25 MW/ch
701331 DL9710L: 4ch 1GHz + Logic 32bits, Max. 5 GS/s(2.5 GS/s/ch), 6.25 MW/ch

701920 Differential Probe 12V / 500 MHz

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

701924 Differential Probe 25V / 1 GHz

The PBDH1000 (701924) is a 25Vp Differential Probe powered by the Yokogawa Probe Interface. This probe can be used only with the Yokogawa DLM2000, DL6000, DLM6000, DL9000, and SB5000 series oscilloscope. 

701928 Current Probe 100 MHz / 30 ARMS

Current probe front-end powered, recognized automatically and adjust zero position from the operation of the DLM2000, DLM3000, 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, DLM3000, 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.

701932 Current Probe 100 MHz / 30 ARMS

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

701933 Current Probe 50 MHz / 30 ARMS

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

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.

701974 Low Capacitance Probe 5 GHz

The PBL5000 low-capacitance "transmission line" probe (passive) features both 10:1 and 20:1 attenuation.

701934 External Probe Power Supply

A power supply for current probes, FET probes, and differential probes. Supplies power for up to four probes, including large current probes.

701975 50 Ω DC block for 701974

This DC block can be used to remove the DC component from an incoming signal. Use this block if you want to remove bias voltage from reaching the PBL5000 probe.

751533-E3 Rack mounting kit

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an EIA-compliant Single-housing Rack

751533-J3 Rack mounting kit

RACK MOUNTING KIT For a JIS-compliant Single-housing Rack

751534-E3 Rack mounting kit

RACK MOUNTING KIT For an EIA-compliant Dual-housing Rack

751534-J3 Rack mounting kit

RACK MOUNTING KIT For a JIS-compliant Dual-housing Rack

Overview:

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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