DSO1000A/B Series Portable Oscilloscopes

DSO1000A/B Series
Portable Oscilloscopes
Data Sheet
Engineered to give you more scope
than you thought you could afford
More scope than you thought you could afford
Agilent’s 1000 Series oscilloscopes deliver the performance and features you expect
in a big scope – and the portability and low price you require in a small one. We’ve
redefined the economy scope by giving you powerful signal capture and display, advanced
measurement capabilities and accelerated productivity.
Weighing less than 7 pounds with a small footprint,
the 1000 Series can go anywhere with ease.
2-channel models
4-channel models
DSO1052B
50 MHz
DSO1004A
60 MHz
DSO1072B
70 MHz
DSO1014A
100 MHz
DSO1102B
100 MHz
DSO1024A
200 MHz
DSO1152B
150 MHz
DSO1022A
200 MHz
Whether your job is designing products in R&D, teaching the next generation in education, or testing in manufacturing or service, the new
1000 Series oscilloscopes can help get it done with confidence.
R&D
Education
Figure 2. Economical prices make the 1000 Series
Figure 1. Features normally only found on much
higher priced scopes equip the 1000 Series to be a ideal for teaching basic scientific and
engineering measurements at lab stations in
powerful choice for R&D applications.
schools and universities.
For more information, visit www.agilent.com/find/DSO1000
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Manufacturing
Figure 3. Standard go/no-go mask testing is just
one of the reasons manufacturing and service test
demand 1000 Series solutions.
Powerful signal capture and display
• Wide viewing angle, bright color display
▪ Up to 20 kpts memory, up to 8x more than other scopes
• Up to 2 GSa/s sample rate
• Simultaneous viewing of main and zoomed waveforms
• 25% more viewing area with menus switched off
Figure 4. The bright, crisp display on the 1000
Series oscilloscope and its wide viewing angle
let you quickly identify your signal activity.
Capture long time periods with high resolution
1000A Series models provide up to 20 kpts and 1000B models provide up to 16 kpts of
acquisition memory standard. The scope will maintain high-resolutionacquisitions even
at slower timebase settings so you can see the details on your signals.
See your signals more clearly
Every 1000 Series scope incorporates a bright, crisp LCD color display (300 cd/m2). You can
quickly view your signal from almost any angle. Unlike conventional scopes that always require menus to be on, the entire 5.7-inch diagonal screen is available for full waveform display
as needed.
Simultaneous viewing of main and zoomed waveforms
Figure 5. Turning off the menu gives almost
25% more viewing area for your signals.
Dual display shows your entire signal and zoomed in waveform details at the same time.
Figure 6. View a long record and the details of
a zoom window simultaneously.
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Advanced measurement capability
• 23 automatic measurements
• Waveform math including FFT
• Standard go/no-go mask testing
• Sequential acquisition of up to 1000 trigger events
• Selectable high-pass, low-pass, band-pass, and band-reject
digital filters
23 automatic measurements
Figure 7. Display all single-channel
measurements on screen simultaneously.
All 1000 Series scopes come equipped with 23 automatic voltage, time and frequency measurements. Press the Measure key to bring up the three you use most often or display all
single-channel measurements on the screen simultaneously.
Segment 1000
Segment 2
Segment 1
Sequence mode for easier debug
Record up to 1000 occurrences of a trigger event and then play them back to easily spot
glitches or other anomalies for further examination. Store the waveforms to internal or external memory (USB flash drive).
Digital filtering on waveforms
Apply a real-time digital filter of your choice to the input source waveform to eliminate unwanted frequencies from your display. Digital filtering selections include
low-pass, high-pass, band-pass and band-reject filters. Frequency limits are selectable
between 250 Hz and the full bandwidth of your oscilloscope.
Figure 8. Use sequence mode to record up to
1000 triggers and review in playback mode
for anomalies.
Advanced triggering
Triggering options for the 1000 Series include edge, pulse width, composite video, pattern
(“A” models only) and alternate channel trigger modes. These modes ensure that you can
capture and view hard-to-find signal conditions.
Remote programming (Only available on “A” models)
For remote instrument control over the built-in USB device port, utilize Agilent’s I/O libraries
with direct command control from Agilent VEE Pro, or National Instrument’s I/O libraries and
available instrument drivers for the 1000A Series scope in your application.
These NI certified drivers include Plug and Play for LabView and IVI for LabVIEW, LabWindows/CVI, and Measurement Studio for Visual Studio.
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Figure 9. The Ch 1 waveform (Yellow) shows
an unfiltered input and the Ch 2 waveform
(Green) shows the same input signal with a
low pass filter.
Accelerated productivity
• Autoscale
• 11-Language localization of user interface, front panel controls,
and manuals
• Context-sensitive built-in help menus
• USB connectivity
• Free education student lab guide and professor slide set
Make fast go/no-go decisions
Figure 10. Mask testing provides a quick
pass/fail comparison of an incoming signal to
a test envelope you define.
Automatic pass/fail mask testing comes as a standard feature on all 1000 Series scopes.
Acquire a “golden” waveform and define tolerance limits to create a test envelope. Create
custom mask’s based on XY tolerances and input those into the scope. Incoming signals will
be compared to the allowable range and quickly flagged as pass or fail. This is ideal for manufacturing or service where you need to make decisions quickly.
Waveform math and FFT
Standard math functions include addition, subtraction or multiplication of any two input channels and Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) with four user-selectable windows (Rectangle, Hanning,
Hamming and Blackman).
Multi-language interface
Operate the oscilloscope in the language most familiar to you. The built-in help system,
graphical user interface, front panel overlays and user’s manual are available in eleven
languages. Choose from: English, Japanese, simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese, Korean,
German, French, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, and Italian.
Figure 11. Built-in FFT enables easy spectral
analysis on the time-domain signal.
Autoscale
Quickly display any active signals and automatically set the vertical, horizontal and trigger
controls for optimal viewing with the press of the autoscale button. (This feature can be
disabled or enabled for education customers).
Connectivity
Built-in USB host and device ports and free IntuiLink software make documentation and PC
connectivity easy. Store waveforms and setups to a USB flash drive, easily update scope
firmware, document directly to a connected PC running Microsoft Word or Excel, and print to
any PictBridge compatible printer.
Figure 12. Choose from 11 different languages
for oscilloscope interface and help.
Education Resource Kit
Agilent provides a variety of oscilloscope resource training tools to help your EE students
come up-to-speed on what an oscilloscope is and how to use one. Downloadable resources
include: EE student’s oscilloscope lab guide and tutorial, Professor’s Oscilloscope
Fundamentals slide-set, probe loading experiment and oscilloscope application notes.
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Agilent 1000A Series portable oscilloscopes:
Engineered to give you more scope than you thought you could afford
Powerful Signal Capture and Display
Turn menu off for almost 25%
more viewing area (or set to turn
off automatically on timeout)
Bright and crisp 5.7-inch color
LCD display with wide angle
viewing
Acquisition memory bar shows
full 20 kpts of memory and
highlights portion displayed
Sturdy snap handle for easy
carrying
Secure with
cable lock
Secure with a Kensington lock
or looped cable
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Two USB host ports facilitate
saving data to a USB flash drive
and enable quick firmware
updates
USB device port for USBTMC remote
PC control also allows easy printing to
all PictBridge compatible printers
Advanced Measurement Capabilities
User-friendly menu facilitates access to
advanced features like mask test, sequence
mode, and digital filtering
Push-button knobs enhance usability, for
example, the Main/Zoom knob zooms in on a
particular section of waveform. Push to toggle
zoom on and off.
Measurement cursors can be placed manually or
automatically
23 automatic measurements with a “measure
all” feature
Comprehensive trigger functions including
edge, pulse width, pattern (“A” models only),
composite video and alternate channel
Four math functions for quick display:
+, -, x, FFT
Accelerated Productivity
Multi-language interface support and built-in
context-sensitive help in 11 languages
Save up to 10 setups and waveform memories
internally
Default setup quickly returns the scope to a
known starting point
AutoScale to get your signal on screen fast with
vertical, horizontal, and trigger controls automatically adjusted for best signal display
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Agilent 1000B Series portable oscilloscopes:
Engineered to give you more scope than you thought you could afford
Powerful Signal Capture and Display
Turn menu off for almost 25%
more viewing area (or set to turn
off automatically on timeout)
Bright and crisp 5.7-inch color
LCD display with wide angle
viewing
Acquisition memory bar shows
full 16 kpts of memory and
highlights portion displayed
Sturdy snap handle for easy
carrying
Secure with
cable lock
Secure with a Kensington lock
or looped cable
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MaskTesting
Pass/Fail
BNC output
USB host port facilitates saving
data to a USB flash drive and
enable quick firmware updates
USB device port
Advanced Measurement Capabilities
User-friendly menu facilitates access to
advanced features like mask test, sequence
mode, and digital filtering
Push-button knobs enhance usability, for
example, the Main/Zoom knob zooms in on
a particular section of waveform. Push to
toggle zoom on and off
Measurement cursors can be placed
manually or automatically
23 automatic measurements with a “measure
all” feature
Comprehensive trigger functions including
edge, pulse width, composite video and
alternate channel
Four math functions for quick display:
+, -, x, FFT
Accelerated productivity
Multi-language interface support and
online help for 11 languages
Save up to 10 setups and waveform memories
internally
Default setup quickly returns the scope to a
known starting point
AutoScale to get your signal on screen fast with
vertical, horizontal, and trigger controls automatically adjusted for best signal display
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Performance characteristics
Bandwidth (-3dB)1, 2
DSO1052B:
DSO1002A, DSO1004A:
DSO1072B:
DSO1102B, DSO1012A, DSO1014A:
DSO1152B:
DSO1022A, DSO1024A:
Real-time sample rate
2 GSa/sec half channel interleaved, 1 GSa/sec all channels (A models)
1 GSa/sec half channel interleaved, 500 MSa/sec all channela (B models)
Memory depth
20 kpts half channel interleaved, 10 kpts all channels (A models)
16 kpts half channel interleaved, 8 kpts all channels (B models)
Channels
DSO1052B, DSO1002A, DSO1072B, DSO1102B, DSO1012A, DSO1152B, DSO1022A : 2 channels
DSO1004A, DSO1014A, DSO1024A : 4 channels
Vertical resolution
8 bits
DC to 50 MHz
DC to 60 MHz
DC to 70 MHz
DC to 100 MHz
DC to 150 MHz
DC to 200 MHz
Vertical sensitivity (range)
2 mV/div to 10 V/div
DC gain accuracy1
2 mV/div to 5 mV/div: ± 4.0% full scale (A and B models)
10 mV/div to 5 V/div: ± 3.0% full scale (A models only)
10 mV/div to 10 V/div: ± 3.0% full scale (B models only)
Vertical zoom
Vertical expand
Maximum input voltage
CAT I 300 Vrms, 400 Vpk; transient overvoltage 1.6kVpk
Dynamic range
+6 divisions from center screen
Time-base range
DSO1022A, DSO1024A:
DSO1012A, DSO1014A, DSO1102B:
DSO1002A, DSO1004A, DSO1052B, DSO1072B:
Selectable BW limit
20 MHz
Horizontal modes
Main (Y-T), XY, delayed zoom and roll
Input coupling
DC, AC and ground
Input impedance
1 MΩ ±1% in parallel with 18 pF ± 3 pF (A models)
1 MΩ ±2% in parallel with 15 pF ± 3 pF (B models)
Time scale accuracy1
± 50 ppm from 0 °C to 30 °C, (A models)
± 50 ppm + 2 ppm per °C from 30 °C to 45 °C + 5 ppm × (years since manufacture) (A models)
± 50 ppm over 1 ms (B models only)
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2.
1 nsec/div to 50 sec/div
2 nsec/div to 50 sec/div
5 nsec/div to 50 sec/div
Denotes warranted specifications, all others are typical. Specifications are valid after a 30-minute warm-up period and ±10°C from firmware calibration temperature.
20 MHz (when vertical scale is set to < 5 mV)
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Performance characteristics
Acquisition modes
Normal
Averaging
Sequence
Peak detect
Roll
Displays sampled data directly to the screen in real time
Selectable from 2, 4, 8,16, 32, 64, 128 or 256
Selectable 1 to 1,000 acquisition frames can be recorded, played back and stored in the scope memory or
external USB memory
Captures high-frequency glitches as narrow as 10 nsec (A models) and 20 nsec (B models) when viewing
signals at slow sweep speeds
Waveform display rolls from right to left. minimum horizontal scale setting is 50 msec/div.
Interpolation
Sin (x)/x
Trigger coupling
AC, DC, LF reject, HF reject
Trigger modes
Force
Edge
Video
Pulse width
Alternate
Triggers immediately when front panel button is pressed
Triggers on the positive and/or negative slope on any channel
Triggers on NTSC, PAL or SECAM video signals
Triggers on pulse width greater than, equal to or less than a specific time limit, ranging from
20 nsec to 10 sec (A models) and 50ns to 10 sec (B models)
Triggers on two non-synchronized active channels
Trigger source
Ch 1, 2, Ext, Ext/5, AC Line (edge only) (2 channel A models)
Ch 1, 2, Ext, AC Line (edge only) (B Models)
Ch 1, 2, 3, 4, Ext, Ext/5, AC Line (edge only) (4-channel A models)
Trigger sensitivity1
≥5 mV/div: 1 div from DC to 10 MHz, 1.5 div from 10 MHz to full bandwidth
<5 mV/div: 1 div from DC to 10 MHz, 1.5 div from 10 MHz to 20 MHz
Cursor measurement
Manual, track waveform or automatic measurement selections. Manual and track waveform selections
provide readout of Horizontal (X, DX) and Vertical (Y, DY)
Auto measurement
Voltage
Time
Counter
Maximum, minimum, peak-to-peak, top, base, amplitude, average, RMS, overshoot, preshoot
Period, frequency, rise time, fall time, + width, - width, +duty cycle, -duty cycle, delay A-->B (rising edge),
delay A-->B (falling edge), phase A-->B (rising edge) and phase A-->B (falling edge)
Integrated 6-digit frequency counter on any channel. Counts up to the scope’s bandwidth
Display all measurements
Mode to display all single-channel automatic measurements simultaneously on the display
Math functions
A+B, A-B, AxB, FFT
Source channel selection for A and B can be any combination of oscilloscope channels 1 and 2
(or 3 and 4 on 4 channel A models).
AutoScale
Finds and displays all active channels, sets edge trigger modes on highest numbered channels, sets vertical
sensitivity on channels, time base to display ~2 periods. Requires minimum voltage >20 mVpp, 1% duty
cycle and minimum frequency >50 Hz
Display
Display persistence
Display types
5.7 inch diagonal color QVGA TFT LCD display with 300 cd/m2 backlight intensity
OFF, Infinite
Dots, Vectors
Waveform update rate
400 waveforms/sec (A models)
200 wfm/sec (B models)
Save/Recall internal
10 setups and 10 waveforms can be saved and recalled using internal non-volatile memory locations. 1 reference
waveform can be saved and recalled using an internal volatile memory location for visual comparisons.
Save/Recall external
Setups: STP saved and recalled (Note: setups not transferable between A and B models)
Waveforms: WFM saved and recalled, CSV saved
Reference waveforms: REF saved and recalled for visual comparisons
Images: 8-bit BMP, 24-bit BMP, PNG saved
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Denotes warranted specifications, all others are typical. Specifications are valid after a 30-minute warm-up period and ±10°C from firmware calibration temperature.
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Performance characteristics
I/O
Standard ports
USB 2.0-compliant host port on front panel (A and B models) and rear panel (A models only) compatible
with USB flash drives.
USB 2.0 device port for PictBridge compatible printing (A and B models) and USBTMC remote PC control
(A models only)
Max transfer rate
USB 2.0 full-speed up to 12 Mb/sec
USB flash drive compatibility
Most FAT formatted <2 GB or FAT32 formatted <32 GB flash drives
Printer compatibility
PictBridge-compliant printers via USB device port
General characteristics
Physical size
12.78 inches W x 6.21 inches H x 5.08 inches D (32.46 cm W x 15.78 cm H x 12.92 cm D) (A models)
11.9 inches W x 6.06 inches H x 5.23 inches D (30.3 cm W X 15.4 cm H X 13.3 cm D) (B models)
Weight
Net: 3.03 kgs (6.68 lbs) Shipping: 4.87 kgs (10.74 lbs) (A models)
Net: 2.4 kgs (5.3lbs) Shipping: 3.87 kgs (8.3lbs) (B models)
Probe comp output
Frequency ~1 kHz; Amplitude ~3 V
Scope lock
Secure with a Kensington lock or looped cable through notch built into chassis
Power requirements
Line range
100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz ± 10%
Power usage
~60 W max (A models)
~50 W max (B models)
Environmental characteristics (A models)
Ambient temperature
Operating 0°C to +40°C; non-operating -20°C to +60°C
Humidity
Operating 90% RH at 40°C for 24 hr; non-operating 60% RH at 60°C for 24 hr
Altitude
Operating to 4,400 m (15,000 ft); non-operating to 15,000 m (49,213 ft)
Vibration
Agilent class GP and MIL-PRF-28800F; class 3 random
Shock
Agilent class GP and MIL-PRF-28800F
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Pollution degree
Normally only dry non-conductive pollution occurs.
Occasionally a temporary conductivity caused by condensation must be expected
Indoor use
Rated for indoor use only
Environmental characteristics (B models)
Ambient temperature
Operating 10°C to +40°C; non-operating -20°C to +60°C
Cooling Method
Fan force air flow
Humidity
Operating; +35°C or below ≤90 % relative humidity ; non-operating +40°C ≤60 % relative humidity
Altitude Operating
Operating to 3,000 m (9.842 ft); non-operating to 15,000 m (49,213 ft)
Vibration
Agilent class GP and M-PRF-28800F; class 3 random
Shock
Agilent class GP and M-PRF-28800F;
Pollution degree2
Normally only dry non-conductive pollution occurs.
Occasionally a temporary conductivity caused by condensation must be expected
Regulatory
Safety - UL61010-1:2003, CSA22.2 No. 61010-1:2003, EN61010-1:2001, IEC61010-1:2001.
EMI – Passes IEC 61236 -1:2004 / EN 61326-1:2006 Meets EU EMC Directive 2004/108/EC requirements
Indoor use
Rated for indoor use only
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Ordering information
2 - Channel Models
Description
DSO1052B
50 MHz, 1 GSa/s, 16 kpts, 2-ch
DSO1072B
70 MHz, 1 GSa/s, 16 kpts, 2-ch
DSO1102B
100 MHz, 1 GSa/s, 16 kpts, 2-ch
DSO1152B
150 MHz, 1 GSa/s, 16 kpts, 2-ch
DSO1022A
200 MHz, 2 GSa/s, 20 kpts, 2-ch
4 - Channel Models
Description
DSO1004A
60 MHz, 2 GSa/s, 20 kpts, 4-ch
DSO1014A
100 MHz, 2 GSa/s, 20 kpts, 4-ch
DSO1024A
200 MHz, 2 GSa/s, 20 kpts, 4-ch
Soft carrying case for 1000 Series
Accessories included:
• Documentation CD
• Localized front panel overlay (if language
option other than English is chosen)
• 10:1 passive probe for each input
channel (2 or 4)
• Education student lab guide and professor
• Power cord
slide set downloadable free from:
www.agilent.com/find/1000edu
Optional accessories:
• N2738A – Soft carrying case for 1000A/B Series
Rackmount kit for 1000A Series only
• N2739A – Rackmount kit for 1000A Series (A models only)
Recommended probes
• N2862B – 150 MHz 10:1 passive probe (standard with 50, 60, 70, 100 MHz models)
• N2863B – 300 MHz 10:1 passive probe (standard with 150, 200 MHz models)
• 10070D – 20 MHz 1:1 passive probe
• 10076B – 250 MHz, 100:1, 4 kV passive probe
• N2771B – 50 MHz, 1000:1 30 kV passive probe
• N2791A – 25 MHz, 700V differential probe
• N2891A – 70 MHz, 7 kV differential probe
• 1146A – 100 kHz, 100A AC/DC current probe (requires 9V battery)
Software and Drivers
• IntuiLink toolbar connectivity software downloadable free from www.agilent.com/find/intuilink
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