This website uses cookies to implement certain functions. If you use this website you agree to our Privacy Policy.
News and Information about the Test of Electronics in Research & Design, Production, Maintenance, and Installation.  

Newsletter

Register to our newsletter
Every two weeks -
all news at a glance
captcha 

Latest Test and Measurement News

Tektronix expands Entry Level Oscilloscope Series with 4-Channel Models

Tek-tds2024c17 September 2013 – Tektronix announced the expansion of its TBS1000 oscilloscope series to include three new 4-channel models at 60 MHz, 100 MHz and 150 MHz bandwidth. Designed and built by Tektronix, the TBS1000 oscilloscopes are backed by a 5-year warranty for years of reliable electronics testing in research and development, education, service and manufacturing applications.

With a full set of the most frequently used measurement types and analysis functions, 4-channel TBS1000 oscilloscopes range in price from just $990 US MSRP for a 4-channel 60 MHz model to $1,790 for a 4-channel 150 MHz oscilloscope. The instruments offer excellent performance and accuracy with up to 1 GS/s sample rate and 2 percent dc gain accuracy down to 2 mV/div.

The TBS1000 Series (TBS stands for Tektronix Basic Scope) oscilloscopes were launched in November 2012 bringing five 2-channel models to market. The addition of 4-channels adds versatility that opens up the TBS1000 series to a wider range of test environments, such as entry level design and debug and quality assurance applications.

Both the 2- and 4-channel oscilloscopes include a fully-featured, fully documented programmatic interface for instrument control and data transfer, a waveform logging feature that allows users to log waveforms to a USB flash drive, and a pass/fail mask test that allows a user to specify a tolerance band around the signal and take action if the signal goes outside the band.

 “At these prices service facilities, test labs, design centers and universities around the world can afford to equip their entire teams with a very capable digital oscilloscope,” said Jeff Yost, general manager, Basic Oscilloscopes at Tektronix. “And this isn’t just another oscilloscope – it’s a Tektronix oscilloscope, the most widely used oscilloscope in the world.  That means intuitive operation familiar to engineers everywhere and accurate, repeatable results.”

Pricing & Availability

Four-channel TBS1000 Series oscilloscopes are available now with prices starting at €741. Each oscilloscope includes an Education Resource CD offering a broad range of lab exercises, instructor's guides and primers that cover the use of oscilloscopes and probes.

www.tektronix.com/



Related Articles:

No related articles found


Upcoming Events

PCIM 2020
only online
planned on 07 to 08 July
SMTconnect 2020
only online
planned
Advertising
Advertising

Social Media

twitter_follow_420x50px