NIST Calibration Pricing - $235.00The LeCroy LT342 oscilloscope is a graph-displaying device – it draws a graph of an electrical signal. In most applications, the graph shows how signals change over time: the vertical (Y) axis represents voltage and the horizontal (X) axis represents time. The intensity or brightness of the display is sometimes called the Z axis.
The LT342 oscilloscope's simple graph can tell you many things about a signal, such as: the time and voltage values of a signal, the frequency of an oscillating signal, the “moving parts” of a circuit represented by the signal, the frequency with which a particular portion of the signal is occurring relative to, other portions, whether or not a malfunctioning component is distorting the signal, how much of a signal is direct current (DC) or alternating current (AC) and how much of the signal is noise and whether the noise is changing with time.
- 2 Channels
- Bandwidth: 500MHz @ 50 Ω
- Input Impedance: 50 Ω ± 1.0%; 1 MΩ ± 1.0%
- Input Coupling: 1 MΩ: AC, DC, GND; 50 Ω: DC GND
- Maximum Input: 50 Ω: 5 Vrms; 1 MΩ: 400 Vmax
- Single Shot Sampling Rate: 500 MS/s max
- Repetitive (RIS) Sampling Rate: 25 GS/s max
- Acquisition Memory: 250 kpts/Ch
- Sequence Acquisition Mode: 2 - 1000 Segments
- Vertical Resolution: 8 Bits
- Sensitivity: 2 mV - 10 V/div fully variable
- DC Gain Accuracy: ± (1.5% +0.5% of full scale)