Pico Technology has been an industry leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance PC oscilloscopes and data loggers for over 30 years. During this time, Pico has built up an impressive portfolio of high-integrity instrumentation, including PicoScope PC oscilloscopes with bandwidths up to 30 GHz, resolutions up to 16 bits, flexible resolution and mixed-signal models.
PicoScope® real-time oscilloscopes are designed for a wide range of applications. From entry-level PicoScope 2000 Series instruments to benchmark PicoScope 6000 Series instruments with real-time bandwidths up to 1 GHz. This allows users to find the right mix of speed, resolution, memory depth and other performance features to effectively and efficiently address their test and measurement challenges.
The PicoVNA is a USB-driven, professional and lab-grade vector network analyzer with the measurement range of 300 kHz to 6 or 8.5 GHz (model dependent) with excellent performance, speed and portability. Compact and cost-effective, it features a four-receiver "Quad RX" architecture that eliminates the uncorrectable switching errors, delays and unreliability of traditional three-receiver designs. Automatic calibration kits and both 8- and 12-term calibrations are supported.
Pico data logging products provide a straightforward answer to a wide range of applications. PicoLog data loggers are highly accurate, flexible and do not require a separate power supply as they are powered via USB.
In addition to direct data acquisition on a PC (Windows, macOS or Linux), all current Pico data loggers and real-time oscilloscopes can now acquire data directly to a new free cloud service, PicoLog Cloud. Recordings can be viewed and shared anywhere in the world on a PC, tablet or smartphone.
The PicoScope 2000A models deliver unbeatable value for money and are ideal for education, hobby and field service use.
Compared to the 2000A Series, the 2000B Series has the advantage of large memory (up to 128 MSa), higher bandwidth (up to 100 MHz) and a faster waveform update rate. PicoScope 2000B models give you the performance to carry out advanced analysis of your waveforms. They are ideal for design, debug and serial decoding.
PicoScope 3000 Series USB-powered PC oscilloscopes are small, light, and portable and can easily slip into a laptop bag while offering a range of high-performance specifications.
The PicoScope 4000A Series offers up to 8 analogue channels with high-resolution 12-bit sampling and large memory depths up to 256 MSa.
The PicoScope 4262 puts the focus on what’s important for measuring analog signals: increasing the resolution, improving dynamic range, and reducing noise and distortion. The result is an oscilloscope / FFT analyzer that has a level of performance to put most audio analyzers to shame yet has a 5 MHz bandwidth making it equally suitable for vibration and ultrasound signals as well as a wide range of precision measurement tasks.
High-resolution differential USB oscilloscope. The PicoScope 4444 and its accessories offer accurate and detailed measurement for a multitude of applications.
With FlexRes®, the PicoScope 5000 series offers flexible ADC resolution from 8 to 16 bits, making it suitable for a wide range of applications. The highest sampling rates are achieved with 8-bit resolution and particularly precise measurement results with 16-bit resolution.
The PicoScope 6000E Series fixed-resolution and FlexRes mixed-signal oscilloscopes provide 8 to 12 bits of vertical resolution, with up to 1 GHz bandwidth and 5 GSa/s sampling rate, they offer the timing and amplitude resolution you need to reveal critical signal integrity issues such as timing errors, glitches, dropouts, crosstalk and metastability issues.
The PicoVNA 106 and 108 are PC-driven vector network analyzers capable of direct measurement of forward and reverse parameters.