GDS-320 Instek Digital Oscilloscope
The GDS-320 is a 200 MHz, 2 channel digital oscilloscope from Instek. Measure voltage or current signals over time in an electronic circuit or component to display amplitude, frequency and rise times, etc. Applications include troubleshooting, production test, and design.
- Bandwidth: 200 MHz
- 2 Input Channel
- 1GSa/s Maximum Sample Rate
- 5M Memory Depth Per Channel
- 7” 800 x 480 Full Touch Panel Capacitive LCD Multi-Point Control, Landscape and Portrait Display
- Built-In 50,000 Counts DMM
- 30,000 Consecutive Waveform Records Logging Function, Replay Measurement Results Any Time
- Temperature Measurement and Logging Function
- Built-In Engineering Calculator, SMD Resistance Coding, Color Coding Info, and Attenuator Calculation Application Software
- Optional Differential Probe to Achieve Isolation Effect
- Solar Power Battery Inspection and Repair
- Power Product Tests
- Large Electric System Tests
- Motor Tests
- Maintenance Personnel Always on Field Assignments
- Power Cord
- Quick Start Guide
- User Manual CD
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- GSC-010: Soft Carrying Case
- GSC-011: Soft Carrying Bag
- GAP-001: AC-DC Adapter
- GWS-001: Wrist Strap
- GTP-200A-4: 200 MHz Probe
The Instek GDS-320 portable 7" full touch panel capacitive LCD, featuring multi-point touch panel method which allows engineers to move waveform position, adjust waveform size, and set trigger conditions easily, subverts the traditional handheld instrument. With this unique feature, engineers can retrieve DUT's signals easily under the complex working environment.
Built-in 50,000 counts DMM helps engineers accurately measure DUT's electric parameters including not only measurements of DC voltage, AC voltage, DC current, AC current, resistance and diode polarity, but also temperature measurement and monitoring.
Built-in, the second to none, the longest SM sample memory depth helps engineers diagnose waveforms in great details. The long memory depth can record detailed waveform data and help engineers reproduce the original waveforms while engineers are conducting long observation or retrieving detailed transient signals. Any delicate changes of analog waveforms can be clearly presented in front of engineers when they adjust time scale from long to short that leaves no measurement problems unanswered.
The analysis of trend diagrams further completes test and measurement. DMM can simultaneously work with oscilloscope to conduct multi-measurement tasks.
Normally, engineers wish to effectively record intermittent signals while retrieving a series of signals during a long period of time. GDS-300/GDS-200's built-in 30,000 consecutive waveform records logging function not only records 30,000 waveform records in a long period of time but also replays the recorded data that allows engineers to identify intermittent problems occurred during the recorded time. Leave no problems unidentified.
Engineers need to isolate power and solve corresponding grounding issue while conducting circuit debugging. One of the criteria engineers must overcome is to maintain system grounding and isolation safety in the strict test and measurement environment such as no grounding system or no isolation. GDS-300/200 provide optional differential probe to effectively assist engineers in solving isolation and grounding problems that elevates the efficiency and safety of test and measurement.
Engineers often need some calculation tool software to conduct circuit design and debugging analysis during the R&D process. GDS-300/200 oscilloscopes, with the built-in standard engineering calculator, allow engineers to verify parameters during the test and measurement process. While using unknown resistance, engineers can obtain resistance value via color coding calculation software. If any attenuator was designed in the circuit, GDS-300/200 can also provide corresponding attenuator model and attenuation value calculation.