The DLM3000 builds on Yokogawa's oscilloscope legacy with new features focusing on quality, flexibility, and usability to increase our users' productivity and meet the advanced needs of today's mechatronics designs. Integrating the latest in touchscreen operation, solid-state storage, and high speed signal processing, the DLM3000 enhances productivity by providing clean signals, extensive processing, and ease of operation. The DLM3000 touchscreen oscilloscope provides productivity at your fingertips.
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Mixed-signal oscilloscopes are standard oscilloscopes with logic analyzers. They have digital storage and digital and analog input channels to compare and display signals.
Yokogawa is committed to measurement quality, and the DLM3000 features lower residual noise, extensive voltage ranges and a variety of real-time lowpass filters to ensure the fidelity of your signals.
Channel count and memory depth options combined with optional Power Math and serial bus features including major automotive buses ensure an oscilloscope can be configured for a variety of needs.
The combination of a touchscreen with a traditional panel of oscilloscope controls allows users to seamlessly transition, while communication and storage options make it easy to access large data sets.
Observe fine details captured by the completely redesigned analog front end, offering lower volts per division settings down to 500 μV/div and lower residual noise. Select one of 14 real-time low pass filters to reduce noise displayed on-screen and stored in memory. Four-channel models include a selectable 8 bits of digital input for capturing mixed signals. Push a single button to change channel four into an 8-bit digital analysis channel for a total 11-channel mixed-signal oscilloscope.
Long memory is standard with 12.5 Mpoints (repeating acquisition) or 125 M (single interleave) to capture cause and effect relationships. Options up to 50 M / 500 Mpoints are available. Choose a 2-channel or 4-channel model to meet your technical and budgetary needs. Select from 200, 350, or 500 MHz bandwidth to capture the fast transients of your systems. Add Power Supply Analysis or Serial Bus options to get more done inside the instrument without the added step of an external PC.
Gigabit Ethernet and USB 3.0 data transfers are standard, making it easier to work with large data sets. Optional internal 60 GB SSD stores more waveforms than ever. The faster internal communication rates enable higher memory and faster update rates so you never miss a signal. Switch seamlessly between tapping, pinching and dragging the touchscreen or using the precise, tactile hardware controls so you can personalize the interaction that’s best for you.
Save time by performing on-board measurements. Twenty-nine common waveform parameter measurements are included. Automated measurement of up to 30 simultaneous measurements is available to provide more insight directly inside the instrument.
An independent zoom processor rapidly zooms into data even at the maximum of 500 Megapoints. Dual zoom makes it easy to see events separated in time, choose specific input channels to display, and even auto scroll forwards or backwards in time. Zoom Search finds edges, patterns, pulsewidths, or timeout conditions for easier location of interesting data.
Perform up to 2 simultaneous FFT functions, using the current waveform or a running average.
A new completely digital triggering system enables lower timing jitter and improved vertical level accuracy for precise response. Trigger modes available include:
Determining cause and effect relationships is a daily task for design and validation phases of mechatronics projects. To provide the necessary extensive data sets, Yokogawa oscilloscopes take advantage of the large internal storage to retain data from previous capture events. Because the actual waveform data is stored, these events are available for browsing, visualization, measurement and searching using the History feature. Up to 100,000 previous captures are available depending on the record size and sampling rate.
Displaying the History List shows all available captures with timestamps. Click on any entry to display the data on the screen for interaction.
When visualizing all captures in history memory, it’s easy to see an outlier waveform. Using the search box and the touchscreen, it’s easy to draw search conditions directly on the waveform and isolate the occurrence.
The search box (white box) is used to isolate signals falling within its boundaries, making it easier to deal with thousands of data sets simultaneously. Here, two glitches are highlighted for Search.
Now the List view shows only the two waveforms matching the Search results, allowing the user to locate them in time or perform further measurements.
Single measurements are very informative, but many projects require statistical measurements across a large data set. The DLM3000 can also perform measurements across the entire history memory, providing statistical analysis of maximum, minimum, mean, and standard deviation. For inspection of unusual measurements, the List function displays all values, indicating maxima and minima with arrow symbols, and tapping or selecting any measurement opens that historical data set for further observation.
Executing History Statistics reveals the maximum, minimum, mean and standard deviation of all calculated measurements. Count displays the number of waveforms evaluated.
The Power Analysis option enables automatic calculations for Safe Operating Area (SOA), I2t and Switching Loss. The switching loss feature automatically detects switching cycles and relevant regions of switch mode power supply (SMPS) signals to calculate several parameters.
Communication between electronics control units (ECU's), sensors and actuators is especially important to ensure proper vehicle performance. Rapidly troubleshoot and validate popular automotive serial buses with CAN, CAN FD, LIN, SENT and CXPI options. Simultaneously plot physical layer and decoded data, search for specific data values or use data items as a trigger condition. Yokogawa’s proprietary auto setup function analyzes the input signal and complicated trigger / decode settings such as bit rate and threshold level are done automatically. This feature not only saves time but also is a very powerful feature that allows you to start parsing quickly even when bit rates and other signal conditions are unknown.
List view displays the timestamp and the data of each packet within the capture, and clicking on any packet immediately zooms into that packet for inspection. This is especially important when combined with Yokogawa's long Time/Division capabilities, when numerous frames are visible on a single screen.
SPI, UART and I2C options are also available for general purpose and consumer device communication applications.
Up to four serial buses can be configured and inspected simultaneously, for systems integration and complex control schemes.
The totally new CPU platform of the DLM3000 is equipped with Gigabit Ethernet and USB 3.0 (file transfer) as standard communication interfaces, handling data faster than ever. For example, DLM3000 is 10 times faster at saving to internal storage and about 10 times faster when transferring to a PC (when SSD internal storage and USB 3.0 file transfer are used).
Get answers faster, even with large data sets.
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|DLM3054||500 MHz||4 / 3 + 8-bit logic|
|DLM3034||350 MHz||4 / 3 + 8-bit logic|
|DLM3024||200 MHz||4 / 3 + 8-bit logic|
Four-channel models feature switchable fourth channel that converts into an 8-bit logic analyzer input with a push of a button.
701988 (PBL100) Logic Probe
100 kΩ input resistance, toggle frequency of 250 MHz
500 MHz, 10:1, 600 V (DC + ACpeak) CAT II, 1.3 m Supplied standard with DLM3000, DLM5000 series
500 MHz, 10:1, 400 Vrms, 1.3 m
For DLM3000, DLM5000 series
200 MHz, 10:1, ±1000V (DC + ACpeak) CAT II, 2.5 m
Operating environment: −40 to +85°C (no condensation)
For DLM3000, DLM5000 series.
Works with Oscilloscopes, ScopeCorders. 15 MHz, 100:1/10:1, Max. Differential Voltage: ±500 V (DC + ACpeak) or 350 Vrms at 100:1 attenuation, Probe Power: Internal battery or probe power supply.
500 MHz, 50：1, Max. Differential Voltage：±25 V（DC+ACpeak）
Probe Power：Dedicated probe interface
701928 current probe
Adjust zero position from operation of DLM2000, DLM3000, DLM4000, DL6000/DLM6000, DL9000/DLM9000, SB5000
Current probe powered by Yokogawa Digital Oscilloscopes, Scopecorders or external power supply.
Frequency bandwidth: DC to 120 MHz
Maximum continuous input range: 0.5 Arms/5 Arms/30 Arms
Functions with Digital Oscilloscopes, ScopeCorders and other waveform measuring instruments
Logic probe accessory kit for use with 701989.
A clip set designed for 701937, 701938, 701939, 701943 (PB500) and 700939
Set contains one black and one red clip
1000 Vrms-CAT II
2 pieces (red and black) in 1 set
Connected to the 758933, 758917, or 701901
Applicable for DL750/DL750P, SL1000, SL1400
Connected to the 700929, 701947
Maximum input voltage: 1,000V (DC + ACpeak)
Applicable for DL750/DL750P, SL1000, SL1400
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.
Two adapters to a set for 5 A current
(screw-fastened type using B9317WD)
Screws for B8200JQ, D-SUB connector
A clip set designed for the 700988, 700960 and 701940 probes.
The B9852HF contains the following eleven(11) kinds of accessories: Insulation cap, IC cap, BNC adapter, Rigid tip, Spring tip (Ø: 0.80 mm), Spring tip (Ø: 0.38 mm), Ground spring, Adjustment tool, Pincher tip, Standard ground lead, Color coding rings. PBL5000.
T-adapter for BNC connectors. Use for circuits having voltage levels no greater than 42 V.
BNC-BNC 2m. For connection to simultaneously measurement with 2 units, or for input external trigger signal.
For 701937, 701938, 701939, 701943 (PB500) and 700939.
Quantity of 1 unit: 10
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.
Applicable for SL1000 & SL1400.
For 701937,701938, 701939, 701943 (PB500) and 700939 Standard accessories include: Adapter, red wire (3), black wire (3)
BNC-Banana-jack (female) adapter. Use for circuits having voltage levels no greater than 42 V.
For conversion between BNC and female banana plug
Applicable for DL750/DL750P, SL1000 & SL1400.
Banana-plug (male)-BNC adapter. Use for circuits having voltage levels no greater than 42 V.
This cable is used to connect an external device, however, do not use this cable for purposes other than DL750/1600/1700/1700E/7400 GO/NO-GO judgement.
Quality paper for the DLM2000 /DLM4000 /DL850 /DL6000 /DL9000 and DL750
Three pockets are provided for storing accessories and the user’s manual.
Safety-terminal-binding-post adapter. Use for circuits having voltage levels no greater than 42 V.
With increased focus on reducing energy consumption and compliance with efficiency standards, this app note provides an overview on the types of measurements needed for efficiency and power quality, and the instruments that take them.
【search key】 DLM3, DLM30, DLM300, DLM, DL
【search key】 DLM3, DLM30, DLM300, DLM, DL
The objective of this paper is to show the close relationship between efficiency and power quality, and provide education on the causes of power quality, types of power quality issues, and provide guidance on measurement considerations.
The Yokogawa DLM3000 Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes, oscilloscope features a brand-new computing platform and available power supply analysis functions.
The DLM3000 Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes Automotive Serial Bus features can display up to four simultaneous serial buses and decoded data.
Why should you be concerned with your product’s power system voltage and current harmonics? From an engineering perspective, harmonics produce excessive heat in equipment that causes significant damage and results in inefficient operation. From a business perspective, compliance is an absolute requirement for entry into global markets. To minimize or eliminate these issues and establish acceptable levels of harmonics, numerous power quality standards with specifications and limits for harmonic distortion, such as IEEE 519-2014 and IEC61000-3-2, have been introduced. During this webinar, attendees will gain knowledge on the inner workings of harmonics, learn best practices for accurately measuring harmonics, learn to recognize and distinguish the critical difference between DFT and FFT, and discover important measurement tradeoffs across various test equipment.
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