Saelig's HDS3102MN two-channel handheld oscilloscope and multimeter features FFT spectrum display capabilities
Saelig Company Inc. announces the availability of HDS3102MN, a rugged 100MHz, two-channel handheld oscilloscope and 3¾-digit multimeter with FFT spectrum display capability. A USB connection makes storing or printing the displayed waveforms easy. HDS3102MN features rugged impact-resistant casing, easy-to-use controls and a high-brightness 640×480 LCD display.
User-friendly silica gel keys offer shortcuts for simplified operation of the portable scope, which features functions such as advanced stable scope triggering in Free Run, Single shot, Edge and Video modes; Digital Persistence to observe slow-moving signals (one second, two seconds and five second, infinite); and averaging to reduce noise. The Auto-Set feature lets the oscilloscope display and measure signals automatically, optimizing the position, range, time base and triggering to assure a stable display of virtually any waveform. Waveform math functions include: ＋, －, ×, ÷, Invert and FFT. The FFT feature provides four window function choices for optimum signal frequency display to 100MHz (Rectangular/Hamming/Hanning/Blackman-Harris). Twenty types of measurements can be made completely automatically (Vpp, Vavg, RMS, Frequency, Period, Vmax, Vmin, Vtop, Vbase, Width, Overshoot, Preshoot, Risetime, Falltime, +Width, - Width, +Duty, -Duty, Delay A→B rising and Delay A→B falling).
True RMS multimeter measurements include volts, amps, ohms, continuity, resistance, capacitance and diode, with separate inputs for multimeter and oscilloscope signals. HDS3102MN is powered by an internal six-hour capacity rechargeable, replaceable Li-ion battery. The 3.8-imch, 65535-color TFT LCD makes waveforms or meter reading clear even in daylight. HDS3102MN also provides a useful 1KHz/5V square-wave test signal. Onboard storage is provided for up to four waveforms, and a USB port allows storage of waveforms too.