SIGLENT instruments with USB ports can supply 500mA steady current at 5 V.
The term “div” for most SIGLENT specifications is equal to the Vertical Scale value (Commonly shown in units of Volts/div). Take the specification for the DC Gain Accuracy of a SIGLENT SDS1052DL+ For ranges ≤ 100 mV/div, the DC Gain Accuracy is given as ± [3% × (|reading|+|offset|) +1% × |offset| +0.2 * div+2 mV] If: Reading = 0.5 … Continued
Information regarding product compliance is available on the datasheet for each product. Contact your local Siglent office for more details if you have trouble finding what you need. You can also write firstname.lastname@example.org
Test and measurement equipment is exempt from FCC emissions limits per CFR 47, Part 15, para 15.103(c): https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CFR-2002-title47-vol1/pdf/CFR-2002-title47-vol1-sec15-103.pdf Specifically: “(c) A digital device used exclusively as industrial, commercial, or medical test equipment.”
Many SIGLENT instruments feature options that can be added by using an activation code. To generate the activation code: – Purchase the option from your favorite SIGLENT office or distributor. A full list of available options are located at the bottom of the specific product web page. – You will receive an Option Card PDF … Continued
The maximum safe voltage of ext trigger channel is 40Vpp. The specification of working voltages are: Ext : ± 600mVpp Ext/5: ±3Vpp.
The Universal Serial Bus (USB) is very popular and has added a tremendous level of convenience and flexibility to computer and peripheral controls, including test and measurement instrumentation. As with all technology, it isn’t always sunshine and blue skies. Here are some common troubleshooting steps for USB connection issues: – Is the instrument plugged in … Continued
The installation of SIGLENT EasySpectrum and other “Easy” software is typically uneventful. But, there may be an occasional issue. Here are some steps that may help clear up any issues that you may encounter: Here is an example of a mis-rendered window view of EasySpectrum: Here are some steps that may help fix the issue: … Continued
Here is a list of probes currently supplied with each oscilloscope: Click here to view the Product Probe List
Some SIGLENT oscilloscopes feature an Arbitrary Waveform Generator (AWG) option. This feature allows you to source basic waveforms up-to 25 MHz outputs up to 6 Vpp (-3 to +3 V max in High Z output impedance). In this application note, we are going to show the steps involved in capturing a waveform on a SIGLENT … Continued