SDS1000CNL+ Series Digital Storage Oscilloscopes

  • Slim design, compact and easy to carry
  • 1G Sa/s real time sampling rate,50G Sa/s equivalent sampling rate
  • Bandwidth:200MHz
  • TFT-LCD 8×18 div color display
  • 3 kinds of cursor modes,32 kinds of automation measurements
  • Trigger types:Edge,Pulse,Video,Slope,Alternative

Product Overview

The SDS1000CNL family of oscilloscopes offer a high performance-to-price ratio and give the user good multifunction features and quality.Equipped with a 7-inch LCD display, the user is able to view a larger portion of the signal under test. A 1GSa/s sampling rate allows you to examine the instantaneous signal with confidence. The efficient front panel interface ensures ease of use and interoperability. SDS1000CNL series oscilloscopes include standard functions which make it easier and faster to complete work. They can analyze signals effectively, greatly improve work efficiency, and provide for ease of use when measuring complex signals.

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Key Features

  • 6 digits hardware frequency counter, real time counting display
  • Pop-up menu, friendly design
  • 2 groups of reference waveform, 20 groups of setting, 10 groups of waveform
  • Independent channel control
  • Standard interfaces: USB Device: USB Host: supports USB storage; RS-232, Pass/Fail output.

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Product Characteristics

8×18 div wide screen View more

8×18 div wide screen

32 types of auto measurements View more

32 types of auto measurements

Alternative-trigger View more


Cursor-measurement View more


Digital Filter View more

Digital Filter

Pass/fail View more


FFT View more


Data recorder View more

Data recorder

One Key Zoom View more

One Key Zoom

One Key Zoom View more

One Key Zoom

Multi interfaces View more

Multi interfaces

EasyScopeX software View more

EasyScopeX software

Standard Accessories

  • Power Cord

    Power cord designed for use with the instrument in the country of operation. Available separately. Power cord H05VV-F 3G0.75MM2-004; GB-line power line (L = 1.5m ± 20mm) three plugs; product suffix; 0.13 square; black (Ju Yu)

  • Quick Start

    Printed Quick Start Guide (English)

  • USB Cable

    Standard USB cable. Also available separately.

Optional Accessories

  • STB-3

    Oscilloscope Demonstration Board. Provides standard (Sine, Square), pulse (PWM, Burst), and serial (I2C, SPI, UART, LIN, and CAN) outputs.

  • Passive Probe

    PB470; PP510; PP215; PP430

  • Current Probe

    CP4020; CP4050; CP4070; CP4070A; CP5030; CP5030A; CP5150; CP5500

  • High Voltage Probe

    Bandwidth: 40MHz; Maximum input differential voltage DC:10KV; AC(rms):7KV(sine);AC(Vpp):20KV(Pulse); attenuation ratio1:1000; Accuracy:≤3%

  • High Voltage Differential Probe

    DPB5150, DPB5150A, DPB5700, DPB5700A, DPB4080

  • Isolated channel optional accessories(ISFE)

    Add isolated inputs to your oscilloscope using passive probes. Enables floating ground differential signal analysis. Overview: The ISFE provides isolated input capabilities to any oscilloscope. Independently developed by SIGLENT, it is designed to measure signals that do not share earth ground with the oscilloscope. It is suitable for use with SIGLENT’s full range of oscilloscope products. … Continued

  • USB-GPIB adapter

    GPIB adapter converts GPIB signals to USB. For use with instruments that do not have a native GPIB bus Overview:  USB-GPIB adapter is used to Siglent instrument, which has the USB Host interface but have no GPIB interface  (eg SDS1000 series digital oscilloscope) . It can help this instrument connect to the device on the … Continued

  • SDS1000-SC2

    Soft Carry Case for SDS1000DL/CNL/CML Series

Support and Resources

Application Notes

Verify an open socket LAN connection using Telnet

Automating a test can dramatically increase the productivity, throughput, and accuracy of a process. Automating a setup involves connecting a computer to the test instrumentation using a standard communications bus like USB or LAN and then utilizing code entered via a software layer (like LabVIEW, .NET, Python, etc..) to sequence the specific instrument commands and … Continued