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RIGOL welcomes new generators and multimeters to ultra-portable instrument family

16 April 2024

RIGOL Technologies is expanding its family of ultra-portable instruments with the introduction of the DG800 Pro and DG900 Pro Series Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generators, along with the DM858 Series Digital Multimeters. Like their predecessors — the DHO800 and DHO900 Series high-resolution oscilloscopes — these new generators and multimeters deliver impressive performance and functionality in a compact and light form factor.

DG800 Pro and DG900 Pro Series Generators

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The DG800 Pro and DG900 Pro Series Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generators are packed with functionality. Beyond the obvious performance of function generation and arbitrary waveform generation, these instruments include the capabilities of noise generator, pulse generator, harmonic generator, analog/digital modulator and frequency counter. They deliver impressive performance — up to 200 MHz maximum output frequency, 1.25 GSa/s sample rate, 16-bit vertical resolution and 3 ns rise time — in a compact chassis with a 7 inch color touch display.

DM858 Series Multimeters

The new DM858 Series is a light but capable benchtop 5.5 digit DMM with 7 inch color touch display. It provides 11 measurement functions and offers trend chart, histogram, and bar table visual display options, while providing competitive specifications, including 125 rdgs/s measurement speed and 500,000 points memory logging.

On the bench or on the go

In addition to their functional capabilities, these new instrument series are light and compact, delivering significant space savings on the bench or the desk. Each unit is designed to comply with VESA 100x100 mounting, allowing the use of stands or movable arm mounts for more efficient use of bench space. The instruments include a Type-C interface, so the combination of their light weight (less than 4 lb) and commercially available power banks make for an easy shift from the lab to the field.

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