USB Oscilloscope, PicoScope 3000 Series, 4 Channel, 50 MHz, 1 GSPS, 64 Mpts, 7 ns

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PicoScope 3000 Series
4 Channel
64 Mpts
One 60MHz MI007 Passive Probe Per Channel (1:1, 10:1 Switchable), USB Cable, S/W CD, User Manual
5 Years
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Product Overview

The PICOSCOPE 3403D is a 4-analogue channel 3000-series USB-powered PC Oscilloscopes are small, light and portable and can easily slip into a laptop bag with range of high-performance specifications. Built-in function/arbitrary waveform generator with 50MHz analogue bandwidth.
  • 64MS Buffer memory
  • 100000 Waveforms per second
  • USB 3.0 connected and powered
  • Serial decoding and mask testing as standard
  • Windows, Linux and Mac software
  • 0 to 40°C Operating temperature range
  • Pollution degree 2


Test & Measurement, Embedded Design & Development, Maintenance & Repair, Hobby & Education


Oscilloscope, One 60MHz MI007 passive probe per channel (1:1, 10:1 switchable), USB cable, Software CD, User manual.

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