The PicoScope 4000A Series of PC oscilloscopes is a second-generation upgrade and expansion of our high-resolution, deep-memory product portfolio.
With 2-, 4- and 8-channel models available, the PicoScope 4000A Series offers 12-bit hardware resolution (up to 16 bits with Resolution Enhancement), 256 MSa deep capture memory, 20 MHz bandwidth with 80 MSa/s sampling speed, up to 70 dB SFDR and a built-in 14-bit triggerable signal generator and 80 MSa/s AWG. A SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface powers the instrument and delivers up to 160 MSa/s communications to the host PC.
Most digital oscilloscopes have been designed for viewing fast digital signals. The trend has been to use new technology solely to increase sampling rate and bandwidth. The PicoScope 4262, however, puts the focus on what’s important for measuring analog signals: increasing the resolution, improving dynamic range, and reducing noise and distortion.
With four true differential inputs, 12- to 14-bit resolution and a wide range of differential and common-mode voltages, the PicoScope 4444 and its accessories provide highly accurate and detailed measurements for a variety of applications. The 9-pin D-type connectors provide a true differential interface for the probe and allow the PicoScope 7 software to automatically recognise the probe and select the appropriate display settings.