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Featuring Models U1610A and U1620A:
USB interface connector and DC power inlet
Measurement softkeys - To make quick measurements and place cursors on the waveform
Vertical controls - To set the vertical scaling (volt/div) and vertical offset
Power on/off button
Horizontal controls - To control the sweep speed
horizontal position of the waveform. Use Menu/Zoom to zoom into waveforms
Acquisition and function controls - To access the scope, meter, logger, ystem
Function softkeys - To perform functions displayed above each softkey
The Agilent U1600 series handheld digital oscilloscope is full featured handheld oscilloscope that offers maximum versatility for current and future needs.
The U1602B and U1604B are dual channel 20 MHz and 40 MHz oscilloscopes that have built in DMM and recorder functions. They were voted No. 1 Product of the Year by readers of the German-language Elektronik Magazine in 2006.
The NEW U1610A/U1620A oscilloscope include two isolated input channels, certified to CAT III 600 V, that protect users and prevent damages to devices when performing floating measurements.
The U1610A has a 100 MHz bandwidth and 1 GSa/s sampling rate while the U1620A provides 200 MHz bandwidth and 2 GSa/s sampling rate. With a maximum memory depth of 2 Mpts, users can capture non-repeating signals such as motor start up sequence and transient waveforms without sacrificing signal details. The 5.7-inch (diagonal) sunlight viewable screen uses VGA TFT LCD technology with enhanced color intensity to clearly distinguish waveform details. Its benchtop-like display and dual window zoom function allow users to easily identify problem areas and zoom in for more detailed analysis. Both models feature three viewing modes: indoor, outdoor and night vision. Each mode uses predefined contrast levels to help engineers and technicians to analyze waveforms under all lighting conditions.