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Oscilloscope, 2540B Series, 0+2 Channel, 60 MHz, 1 GSPS, 16 kpts, 5.83 ns

2540B - Oscilloscope, 2540B Series, 0+2 Channel, 60 MHz, 1 GSPS, 16 kpts, 5.83 ns

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Manufacturer Part No:
2540B
Newark Part No.:
56T3350
Product Range
2540B Series
Availability:
No Longer Manufactured

Product Information

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400
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320
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2.8
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123
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240
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100
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Bench
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1
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156.5
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2540B Series
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0+2 Channel
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60
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1
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16 kpts
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5.83
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QVGA LCD Color
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One 150MHz PR37A Passive Probe Per Channel (10:1), USB Interface Cable, Certificate of Calibration, Power Cord, User Manual
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3 Years
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US
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Product Overview

The 2540 dual channel Digital Storage Oscilloscope delivers an unmatched combination of performance and value. analogue style controls combined with an Auto measurement function makes this oscilloscope easy to use. Advanced features such as FFT function, digital filtering, waveform recorder, delayed sweep/zoom, mask testing and automatic measurements provide you with powerful tools to debug your circuits.
  • 4000 point record length for each channel
  • colour LCD display
  • USB front panel host port for USB flash drives standard
  • USB device interface standard
  • Includes digital filter with adjustable limits, mask testing and waveform recorder/replay mode
  • 24 automatic measurements
  • FFT standard plus 3 additional math functions
  • Extensive Trigger capabilities including pulse width and line-selectable video trigger
  • Multiple language interface
  • PC Software lets you remotely control the oscilloscope and capture, save and analyse waveform data

Applications

Maintenance & Repair, Test & Measurement

No Longer Manufactured

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