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Saelig introduces STO1000E 150 MHz battery-powered portable oscilloscopes

23 March 2020

Saelig Company Inc. has introduced the Micsig STO1000E PLUS series of two- and four-channel battery-powered portable oscilloscopes, which offer bandwidths of up to 150 MHz. The three models in the series are: STO1102E PLUS two-channel 100 MHz, STO1152E PLUS 150 MHz two-channel and STO1104E PLUS four-channel 100 MHz. Each oscilloscope includes 70 Mpts memory, 1 GSa/s sampling (single channel), 130,000 wfm/s refresh Source: Saelig Company Inc.Source: Saelig Company Inc.rate and a 7.5 Ah Li battery for extended field use.

These innovative portable instruments are a development of Micsig’s range of tablet oscilloscopes and combine an 8 in touch screen (touch, drag and swipe) with ‘button & knob’ operation. An external USB mouse can also be connected for additional control choices, with an internal software pop-up keyboard provided for data entry. The built-in HDMI output adds educational and demonstration possibilities, and an auto-calibration function ensures measurement accuracy. Sophisticated waveform triggering techniques include: edge, pulse width, logic, video, runt, time out, Nth edge, slopetime and serial decode. A screen capture button provides a quick way of saving waveform images for later review or report writing.

Included as standard are two P130A 200 MHz x10 passive probes and an external 12 V power adapter. STO1000E PLUS oscilloscopes can make 31 types of automatic measurements, and decode a selection of serial protocols, including UART, CAN, LIN, SPI, I2C, 1553B, and ARINC429. I/O provisions include Wi-Fi, LAN, HDMI, USB Host, USB Device, DC Power, and Aux out. Also included is 8 GB of internal data storage for data files that can be transferred to a PC via a USB connection, LAN or Wi-Fi.

The oscilloscope features a built-in prop stand for easy viewing. When the oscilloscope is connected to a LAN or Wi-Fi network, live screen images can be transmitted to an external projector. The scope can also be remotely PC-controlled via Wi-Fi, LAN or USB, and also via an Android mobile device.

Made by Shenzhen-based Micsig, a provider of battery-powered portable and handheld oscilloscopes since 2004, the STO1000E series of oscilloscopes are available now from Saelig Company Inc., Fotric’s authorized North American distributor.

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