|IMAGE GOES HERE|
|EARS Asset Number||111|
|Location||MS Bench 1|
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|User Manual/Data Sheet
Should be PDF hosted
on the EARS server!
|Equipment Hints & Tips|
The Rigol DS1054Z is a 50MHz, 1GSa/s, 4-channel digital oscilloscope that is excellent value for money, offering a powerful combination of quality, performance and functionality. Features include; high memory depth, wide dynamic range, clear display, excellent waveform capture rate, comprehensive triggering functions, auto measurements with statistics, various maths functions including the FFT, pass / fail test and various remote communications interfaces. A dedicated front-panel key enables easy printing to PictBridge compatible printers. Internal and external storage of screen dumps, raw data and instrument set-ups is also supported.
Note: EARS' DS1054Zs have been hacked to increase the specification level to that of the DS1104Z model, including increasing the bandwidth to 100MHz.
Specs below are for the 1054Z base model:
- 50MHz bandwidth, 4 channels
- Maximum sample rate 1GSa/s
- Vertical scale 1mV/div to 10V/div
- Memory depth up to 12Mpts (24Mpts optional)
- Innovative "UltraVision" technology
- Up to 30,000wfms/s waveform capture rate
- Up to 60,000 frames real-time waveform record and replay (optional)
- 7" WVGA (800x480) TFT LCD display, 64 intensity grading levels
- Up to 15-off trigger functions, including various protocol triggers
- Auto measurement of 33 waveform parameters, with statistics
- Built-in FFT with a choice of window functions
- Pass/fail test function
- Built-in help facility
- Connectivity: USB Host & Device, LAN(LXI), AUX Output, (USB-GPIB, optional)
Eg for a drill, where are the drill bits/what bits are there? For a scope, where are the test leads? Etc. Again, be specific as to locations and include quantities.
None. (If training, put details of what the trainig covers, who to contact to arrange it and some vague stuff about how often training sessions are run)
Access Control System
None. (If hooked up to access to control, put details of what access control system it's on and how you go about getting access. Usually by completing the trainig mentioned above).
One of more photos of the actual item in the MS, ideally showing it where it belongs and maybe one in use?