WaveSurfer 3000 Oscilloscopes (200 MHz - 750

WaveSurfer 3000
Oscilloscopes
200 MHz – 750 MHz
Key Features
200 MHz, 350 MHz, 500 MHz and
750 MHz bandwidths
WaveSurfer 3000 oscilloscopes feature the MAUI advanced user
Up to 4 GS/s sample rate
interface with touch screen simplicity to shorten debug time. Quickly
Long Memory – up to 10 Mpts/Ch
10.1” touch screen display
MAUI - Advanced User Interface
– Designed for Touch
– Built for Simplicity
– Made to Solve
identify and isolate anomalies with WaveScan, Fast Display, and
History mode for faster troubleshooting; LabNotebook enables easy
documentation and convenient collaboration. The advanced probe
interface, upgradable bandwidth and multi-instrument capabilities
provide maximum versatility and investment protection.
MAUI is the most advanced
Capture, Debug, Analyze,
Document
oscilloscope user interface. MAUI
The advanced active probe interface
is designed for touch; all important
gives tremendous flexibility for
oscilloscope controls are accessed
capturing all types of signals. Debug,
Capture, Debug, Analyze, Document
LabNotebook
Sequence Mode
Advanced Active Probe Interface
Math and Measure
through the intuitive touch screen.
analyze and document problems
MAUI is built for simplicity; time
through the use of powerful math and
saving shortcuts and intuitive dialogs
measurement capabilities, sequence
simplify setup. MAUI is made to solve;
mode segmented memory, and
Multi-Instrument Capabilities
Protocol Analysis - Serial
Trigger and Decode
Waveform Generation - Built-in Function Generator
Logic Analysis - 16 Channel MSO
Digital Voltmeter
deep set of debug and analysis
LabNotebook.
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tools help identify problems and find
Future Proof
Upgradeable Bandwidth
Field Upgradable Software and Hardware Options
Advanced Anomaly Detection
Fast Waveform Update
History Mode
WaveScan
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MAUI - A New Wave of Thinking
solutions quickly.
Multi-Instrument Capabilities
Advanced Anomaly Detection
functionality the WaveSurfer 3000
Combining a fast waveform update
has a variety of multi-instrument
rate of 130,000 waveforms/second
capabilities including, waveform
with History mode waveform playback
generation with a built-in function
and WaveScan search and find, the
generator, protocol analysis with serial
WaveSurfer 3000 is an outstanding tool
data trigger and decode, logic analysis
for waveform anomaly detection.
with an available 16 channel mixed
Beyond traditional oscilloscope
signal option and digital voltmeter
measurements.
MAUI – A NEW WAVE OF THINKING
MAUI is the most advanced oscilloscope user interface
developed to put all the power and capabilities of the modern
oscilloscope right at your fingertips. Designed for touch;
all important oscilloscope controls are accessed through the
intuitive touch screen. Built for simplicity; time saving
shortcuts and intuitive dialogs simplify setup. Made to solve;
a deep set of debug and analysis tools helps identify problems
and find solutions quickly.
Oscilloscopes are constantly evolving to meet the rapidly changing test and measurement needs of today’s cutting edge
designs. Additional complexity and capabilities are introduced with each new feature, and in some cases when capabilities
of other instruments like a protocol analyzer, function generator or logic analyzer are added. With all this added capability
the oscilloscope becomes complex and cumbersome to use. The traditional user interface consisting of knobs, buttons, soft
keys and nested menus is unmanageable and more buttons are typically added to access the new functionality.
MAUI solves the complexity problem. MAUI eliminates the overwhelming number of buttons and knobs providing an intuitive
user interface that is designed for touch, built for simplicity and made to solve without sacrificing any features or cutting
edge test capabilities.
Designed for Touch
MAUI is designed for touch. All
important controls for vertical,
horizontal and trigger are always
one touch away. Touch the
waveform to position and drag a
box around it to zoom in for more
details. Position cursors, configure
measurements and interact with
tables all through simple
touch operation.
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Built for Simplicity
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MAUI is built for simplicity. Basic
waveform viewing and measure-
B
ment tools as well as advanced
math and analysis capabilities are
seamlessly integrated in a single
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user interface. Time saving shortcuts and intuitive dialogs simplify
setup and shorten debug time.
D
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Access shortcuts to analysis tools
by touching the waveform.
C
Channel, timebase and trigger
descriptors provide easy access to
controls without navigating menus.
B
Configure parameters by touching
measurement results.
D
Shortcuts to commonly used functions
are displayed at the bottom of the
channel, math and memory menus.
Made to Solve
MAUI is made to solve. Measure all
aspects of a waveform to identify
problems. Debug with a large set of
time saving tools to find the cause
of problems. Solve problems fast
with powerful analysis tools.
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ADVANCED ANOMALY DETECTION
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B
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Combining a fast waveform update rate of 130,000 waveforms/second with History mode waveform playback, Pass/Fail
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Mask Testing and WaveScan search and find, the WaveSurfer 3000 is an outstanding tool for waveform anomaly
detection.B
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A powerful set of triggering capabilities ensures that once a problem is detected it can be isolated and analyzed.
I2CA
IC
2
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I2BC
SPI
I 2C
I 2C
SPI
SPI
UART
RS-232
UART
UART
UART
RS-232
UART
A
B
ASPI
B
RS-232
RS-232
UART
Locate unusual events in a single
Built-in pass/fail mask testing quickly
Good triggering is essential for effective
capture or scan for an anomaly across
identifies problems and marks the
debug and with a powerful combination
many acquisitions over a long period
location. A history of the pass/fail
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of time. WaveScan provides powerful
results can be displayed on the screen.
triggers cannot provide.
SPI
There are four different conditions that
can be selected to specify a passing
I 2C
IC
SPI
UART
basic and advanced
triggers
the
UART
2
RS-232
WaveSurfer 3000 ensures that even
the most challenging problems can be
isolated. Basic triggering like edge and
width
for every dayUART
operation. RS-232
I2Care greatSPI
condition: All In, All Out, Any In, and Any
modes to find events on any analog
Out. When a failure is found, one or
or digital channel. Since the scanning
more of the following actions can
modes are not simply copies of the
be selected to be performed to
hardware triggers, the utility and
record the results: save a waveform,
capability is much higher. There is no
stop the acquisition, output and
With the MSO leadset connected,
frequency trigger in any oscilloscope,
audible alarm, pulse the aux output
powerful logic triggering can be set up
yet WaveScan allows for frequency to
port, save a hardcopy or even save a
to catch a parallel pattern of up to
be quickly scanned, notifying the user
LabNotebook entry.
16 digital channels. Analog channels
be done based on measured waveform
parameters, runts, and non-monotonic
edges as well as digital patterns.
When the acquisition is running, failures
are displayed as a red trace, however
when the acquisition is stopped, a
Advanced triggers like runt or interval
help isolate anomalies quickly. Qualified
triggering allows for configuring a
trigger across multiple channels.
can be added to the pattern trigger
to configure an analog-digital cross
pattern, mixed signal trigger.
failure indicator is displayed to clearly
Beyond the standard oscilloscope
WaveScan quickly and efficiently scans
show all failing points. Masks can either
triggering, unique serial data triggering
millions of events looking for unusual
be created using the offline mask maker
capabilities for I2C, SPI, UART/RS-232,
occurrences. Search and scan results
utility or created based on a reference
CAN, CAN FD, LIN and FlexRay add
can be seen with annotations directly on
waveform and specifying horizontal and
protocol specific triggering to isolate
the waveform or in the interactive table.
vertical deltas.
activity on a variety of serial busses.
Quickly zoom to an event to see more
details by simply touching it in the table.
SPI
RS-232
Select from more than 20 search
upon a shift in frequency. Searching can
RS-23
RS-232
Pass/Fail Mask Testing
IC
Powerful Triggering
RS-232
WaveScan Advanced Search
isolation capabilities that hardware
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SPI
UART
SPI
IC
2
I 2C
SPI
B
A
B
Fast Waveform Update
A fast update rate ensures that
no waveform variations or details
are missed. With an update rate
of up to 130,000 waveforms per
second the WaveSurfer 3000 is
able to easily display random or
infrequent events simplifying
anomaly detection, identification
and debug. Rapidly changing
waveforms are easy to see and
visually inspect. Changes over
time can be seen with the intensity graded persistence display.
Rotating and tilting feet provide four different viewing positions.
History Mode Waveform Playback
Scroll back in time using History Mode to view previous waveforms and isolate anomalies. Use cursors and measurement
parameters to quickly find the source of problems. History mode is always available with a single button press, no need to
enable this mode and never miss a waveform.
Go Back in Time to Identify the Source of a Problem
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CAPTURE. DEBUG. ANALYZE. DOCUMENT.
The advanced active probe interface
gives tremendous flexibility for
capturing all types of signals. Debug,
analyze and document problems
through the use of powerful math
and measurement capabilities,
sequence mode segmented memory,
and LabNotebook.
Advanced Waveform Capture
with Sequence Mode
Advanced Math Capabilities
Superior Measurement Tools
A deep set of 20 math functions adds
With 24 measurement parameters,
Use Sequence mode to save
to the problem solving capability of
the WaveSurfer 3000 can measure
waveforms into segmented memory.
WaveSurfer 3000. Math functions
and analyze every aspect of analog
This is ideal for capturing fast pulses
provide quick insight into waveforms
and digital waveforms. Statistics
in quick succession or when captur-
and help point to the cause of the most
and histicons go beyond traditional
ing events separated by long time
challenging problems. Functions like
measurement tools providing insight
intervals. Combine Sequence mode
the powerful FFT provide details of the
to how a waveform changes over time.
with advanced triggers to isolate rare
frequency domain while averaging
Measurement data can be trended
events over time. Trigger times and
effectively filters noise out of the signal.
to create a visual representation of
time between segments are provided
for additional insight.
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changing measurements.
LabNotebook Documentation Tool
LabNotebook is a one-button tool to save and restore waveforms, measurements and
Advanced Probe Interface
settings without navigating multiple menus. Saved waveforms can be measured and
The advanced active probe
interface gives tremendous
flexibility for measuring high
voltages, high frequencies,
currents, or differential signals.
analyzed later both on the oscilloscope or offline using the WaveStudio PC Utility.
Waveform
Screen Capture
V/div
T/div
Memory Length
Sample Rate
Measurement
Math
High Impedance Active Probes
Waveform
Waveform
Screen Capture
V/div
T/div
Memory Length
Sample Rate
Measurement
Math
Screen Capture
V/div
T/div
Memory Length
Sample Rate
Measurement
Math
WaveStudio Offline Analysis Tool
WaveStudio is a fast and easy way to analyze acquired waveforms offline. Offline tools
High Bandwidth
Differential Probes
High Voltage Differential
Probes
include x and y axis cursors for quick measurements and 21 built-in automatic
measurements for more precise and accurate results. WaveStudio can also connect to
the oscilloscope for direct data transfer to the PC. Data saved with LabNotebook can
be shared with others using WaveStudio for easy collaboration.
High Voltage Passive Probes
Current Probes
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MULTI-INSTRUMENT CAPABILITIES
Beyond traditional oscilloscope functionality the WaveSurfer 3000 has a variety of multi-instrument
capabilities including waveform generation with a built-in function generator, protocol analysis with
serial data trigger and decode, and logic analysis with an available 16 channel mixed signal option.
Protocol Analysis with Serial
Trigger and Decode
Debugging serial data busses can be
confusing and time consuming. Time
saving protocol analysis capabilities
are provided by the serial trigger and
decode tools.
Intuitive, Color-Coded Protocol
Decode Overlay
Protocol decoding is shown directly on
the waveform with an intuitive, colorcoded overlay, and presented in binary,
hex or decimal. Decoding is fast even
with long memory and zooming in to
Table Summary and Search
the waveform shows precise byte by
To further simplify the debug process
byte decoding.
all decoded data can be displayed in a
table below the waveform grid. Selecting
Powerful Serial Data Triggers
an entry in the table will display just that
The serial data trigger will quickly iso-
event. Additionally, built-in search function-
late events on a bus eliminating the
ality will find specific decoded values.
need to set manual triggers hoping to
catch the right information. Trigger
conditions can be entered in binary or
hexadecimal formats and conditional
trigger capabilities allow for triggering
on a range of different events.
Digital Voltmeter
The Digital Voltmeter option activates an integrated 4-digit digital
voltmeter and 5-digit frequency counter that operates through the
same probes already attached to the oscilloscope channels. Real-time
measurements can be viewed on the screen at all times or view more
details through a dedicated user interface display. Measurements
continue to be updated even when the triggering system is stopped.
The DVM license key can be downloaded at no charge from
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teledynelecroy.com/redeem/dvm.
Supported Protocols
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I2C
SPI
UART / RS-232
CAN
LIN
Logic Analysis with 16 Channel
Mixed Signal Capability
The 16 integrated digital channels and
tools designed to simultaneously view,
measure, and analyze both analog and
digital signals enable fast debugging of
mixed signal designs.
Extensive Triggering
Flexible analog and digital cross-pattern
triggering across all 20 channels
Advanced Digital Debug Tools
provides the ability to quickly identify
Using the powerful parallel pattern
and isolate problems in a mixed signal
search capability of WaveScan, patterns
environment. Event triggering can be
across many digital lines can be iso-
configured to arm on an analog signal
lated and analyzed. Identified patterns
and trigger on a digital pattern or both
are presented in a table with timestamp
analog and digital channels can be in-
information and enables quick search-
Quickly see the state of all the digital
corporated in to a single pattern trigger.
ing for each pattern occurrence.
lines at the same time using convenient
Use a variety of timing parameters to
measure and analyze the characteristics of digital busses. Powerful tools like
trends, statistics and histicons provide
additional insight and help find
anomalies in digital waveforms.
activity indicators.
Waveform Generation with
Built-in Function Generator
The built-in WaveSource function
generator provides up to 25 MHz
and 125 MS/s waveform generation
capabilities. The function generator
controls are integrated directly into
the oscilloscope with a dedicated user
interface. The integrated function generator is a convenient time saving tool
allowing for quick and easy generation
of sine, square, pulse, ramp, triangle,
noise and DC waveforms. Additionally,
CSV files saved from an oscilloscope
can be uploaded into the WaveSource
simplifying the process of generating
to generate arbitrary waveforms.
waveform stimulus and measuring the
Familiar function generator controls
response with the oscilloscope. A rear
are seamlessly integrated in to the
panel BNC connector provides easy
WaveSurfer 3000 user interface
access to the generator output.
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SPECIFICATIONS
WaveSurfer 3022
Analog - Vertical
Bandwidth (@ 50Ω)
Rise time
Input Channels
Vertical Resolution
Sensitivity
DC Gain Accuracy
BW Limit
Maximum Input Voltage
Input Coupling
Input Impedance
Offset Range
Offset Accuracy
Analog - Acquisition
Sample Rate (Single-shot)
Sample Rate (Repetitive)
Record Length
Acquisition Modes
Real Time Timebase Range
RIS Mode Timebase Range
Roll Mode Timebase Range
Timebase Accuracy
WaveSurfer 3024
200 MHz
1.75 ns typical
WaveSurfer 3034
WaveSurfer 3054
WaveSurfer 3074
350 MHz
1 ns typical
500 MHz
800 ps typical
750 MHz
550 ps typical
2
4
8-bits; up to 11-bits with enhanced resolution (ERES)
50 Ω: 1mV/div - 1 V/div; 1 MΩ: 1 mV/div - 10 V/div
±(1.5%) Full Scale, Offset at 0V, > 5mV/div; ±(2.5%) < 5 mV/div
20 MHz
20 MHz, 200 MHz
50 Ω: 5 Vrms, ±10 V Peak; 1 MΩ: 400 V max (DC + Peak AC ≤ 10 kHz)
50 Ω: DC, GND; 1 MΩ: AC, DC, GND
50 Ω ±2.0%, 1 MΩ ±2.0% || 16 pF
50 Ω: 1 mV - 19.8 mV: ±2 V, 20 mV - 100 mV: ±5 V, 102 mV - 198 mV: ±20 V, 200 mV - 1 V: ±50 V
1 MΩ: 1 mV - 19.8 mV: ±2 V, 20 mV - 100 mV: ±5 V, 102 mV - 198 mV: ±20 V, 200 mV - 1 V: ±50 V,
1.02 V - 1.98 V: ±200 V, 2 V - 10 V: ±400 V
±(1.0% of offset value + 1.5%FS + 1 mV)
2 GS/s (4 GS/s interleaved)
50 GS/s
10 Mpts/ch (all channels)
Real Time, Roll, RIS (Random Interleaved Sampling),
Sequence (Segmented Memory up to 1,000 segments with 1μs minimum intersegment time)
2 ns/div - 50 s/div
1 ns/div - 50 s/div
2 ns/div - 10 ns/div
1 ns/div - 10 ns/div
Up to 50 s/div (roll mode is user selectable at ≥ 50 ms/div)
±10 ppm measured over > 1ms interval
Digital - Vertical and Acquisition (WS3K-MSO Option Only)
Input Channels
Threshold Groupings
Threshold Selections
Maximum Input Voltage
Threshold Accuracy
Input Dynamic Range
Minimum Input Voltage Swing
Input Impedance (Flying Leads)
Maximum Input Frequency
Sample Rate
Record Length
Minimum Detectable Pulse Width
Channel-to-Channel Skew
User defined threshold range
Trigger System
Modes
Sources
Coupling
Pre-trigger Delay
Post-trigger Delay
Hold-off
Internal Trigger Level Range
External Trigger Level Range
Trigger Types
16 Digital Channels
Pod 2: D15 - D8, Pod 1: D7 - D0
TTL(+1.4V), 5V CMOS (+2.5V), ECL (-1.3V) or User Defined
±30V Peak
±(3% of threshold setting + 100mV)
±20V
500mVpp
100 kΩ || 5 pF
125 MHz
500 MS/s
10MS - 16 Channels
4 ns
± (1 digital sample interval)
±10V in 20mV steps
Auto, Normal, Single, Stop
Any input channel, External, Ext/5, or line; slope and level unique to each source (except for line trigger)
DC, AC, HFREJ, LFREJ
0-100% of full scale
0-10,000 Divisions
10ns up to 20s or 1 to 100,000,000 events
±4.1 Divisions
Ext: ±610mV, Ext/5: ±3.05V
Edge, Width, Logic (Pattern), TV (NTSC, PAL, SECAM, HDTV - 720p, 1080i, 1080p), Runt, Slew Rate,
Interval (Signal or Pattern), Dropout, Qualified (State or Edge); External and Ext/5 support edge trigger only.
Measure, Zoom and Math Tools
Measurement Parameters
Zooming
Math Functions
Probes
Standard Probes
Probing System
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Up to 6 of the following parameters can be calculated at one time on any waveform: Amplitude, Area, Base, Delay,
Duty Cycle, Fall Time (90%–10%), Fall Time (80%–20%), Frequency, Maximum, Mean, Minimum, Overshoot+,
Overshoot-, Peak-Peak, Period, Phase, Rise Time (10%–90%), Rise Time (20%–80%), RMS, Skew, Standard
Deviation, Top, Width+, Width-. Statistics and histicons can be added to measurements. Measurements can be gated.
Use front panel QuickZoom button, or use touch screen or mouse to draw a box around the zoom area.
Up to 2 of the following functions can be calculated at one time: Sum, Difference, Product, Ratio, Absolute Value,
Average, Derivative, Enhanced Resolution, Envelope, Floor, Integral, Invert, Reciprocal, Rescale, Roof, SinX/x, Square,
Square Root, Trend, Zoom and FFT (up to 1 Mpts with power spectrum output and rectangular, VonHann, and FlatTop
windows).
One PP019 (5mm) per channel
One PP020 (5mm) per channel
BNC and Teledyne LeCroy ProBus for Active voltage, current and differential probes
SPECIFICATIONS
WaveSurfer 3022
Display System
Display Size
Display Resolution
WaveSurfer 3024
Ethernet Port
Removable Storage
USB Host Ports
USB Device Port
GPIB Port (Optional)
External Monitor Port
Remote Control
Network Communication
Standard
Power Requirements
Voltage
Power Consumption (Nominal)
Power Consumption (Max)
Environmental
Temperature
Humidity
WaveSurfer 3074
10/100Base-T Ethernet interface (RJ-45 connector)
(1) MicroSD Port - 8 GB micro SD card installed standard
(4) USB Ports Total – (2) Front USB Ports
(1) USBTMC
Supports IEEE – 488.2
Standard DB-15 connector (support resolution of 1024x600)
Via Windows Automation, or via Teledyne LeCroy Remote Command Set
GPIB IEEE-488.2 and VICP, USBTMC/USB488
100 - 240 VAC ± 10% at 50-60 Hz +/-5%; 100 - 120 VAC ± 10% at 400 Hz +/- 5%; Automatic AC Voltage Selection
100 W / 100 VA
150 W / 150 VA (with all PC peripherals, digital leadset and active probes connected to 4 channels)
Operating: 0 °C to 50 °C; Non-Operating: -30 °C to 70 °C
Operating: 5% to 90% relative humidity (non-condensing) up to ≤ 30 °C, Upper limit derates to 50% relative humidity
(non-condensing) at +50 °C
Non-Operating: 5% to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing) as tested per MIL-PRF-28800F
Operating: 3,048 m (10,000 ft) max at ≤ 25C; Non-Operating: Up to 12,192 meters (40,000 ft)
Altitude
Physical
Dimensions (HWD)
Weight
10.63”H x 14.96”W x 4.92”D (270 mm x 380 mm x 125 mm)
4.81 kg (10.6 lbs)
Regulatory
CE Certification
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC; EN 61010-1:2010, EN 61010-2-030:2010
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC; EN 61326-1:2013, EN61326-2-1:2013; RoHS2 Directive 2011/65/EU
UL 61010-1, UL 61010-2-030:2010, 3rd Edition; CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1-12
UL and cUL Listing
Digital Voltmeter (optional)
Functions
Resolution
Measurement Rate
Vertical Settings Autorange
ACrms, DC, DCrms, Frequency
ACV/DCV: 4 digits, Frequency: 5 digits
100 times/second, measurements update on the display 5 times/second
Automatic adjustment of vertical settings to maximize the dynamic range of measurements
WaveSource Function Generator (optional)
25 MHz
1
125 MS/s
16 kpts
1 μHz
14-bit
±3V (HiZ); ±1.5V (50 Ω)
Sine, Square, Pulse, Ramp, Noise, DC
Frequency Specification
Sine
1 μHz - 25 MHz
Square/Pulse
1 μHz - 10 MHz
Ramp/Triangular
1 μHz - 300 KHz
Noise
25 MHz (-3dB)
Resolution
1 μHz
Accuracy
±50 ppm, over temperature
Aging
±3 ppm/year, first year
Output Specification
Amplitude
Vertical Accuracy
Amplitude Flatness
WaveSurfer 3054
10.1” Wide TFT-LCD Touch-Screen
1024 x 600
Connectivity
General
Max Frequency
Channels
Sample Rate
Arbitrary Waveform
Length
Frequency Resolution
Vertical Resolution
Vertical Range
Waveform Types
WaveSurfer 3034
4 mVpp - 6 Vpp (HiZ); 2 mVpp - 3 Vpp(50 Ω)
±(0.3dB + 1 mV)
±0.5dB
DC Offset
Range (DC)
Offset Accuracy
±3V (HiZ); ±1.5V (50 Ω)
±(1% of offset value + 3 mV)
Waveform Output
Impedance
Protection
50 Ω ± 2%
Short-circuit protection
Sine Spectrum Purity
SFDR (Non Harmonic) @1.265Vpp
DC-1 MHz
-60dBc
1 MHz - 5 MHz
-55dBc
5 MHz - 25 MHz
-50dBc
Harmonic Distortion @1.265Vpp
DC - 5 MHz
-50dBc
5 MHz - 25 MHz
-45dBc
Square/Pulse
Rise/fall time
Overshoot
Pulse Width
Jitter
Ramp/Triangle
Linearity
Symmetry
24 ns (10% - 90%)
3% (typical - 1 kHz, 1 Vpp)
50 ns min.
500ps + 10ppm of period (RMS cycle to cycle)
0.1% of Peak value output (typical - 1 kHz, 1 Vpp,
100% symmetric)
0% to 100%
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ORDERING INFORMATION
Product Description
WaveSurfer 3000 Oscilloscopes
200 MHz, 4 GS/s, 2 Ch, 10 Mpts/Ch with
10.1” Touch screen Display
200 MHz, 4 GS/s, 4 Ch, 10 Mpts/Ch with
10.1” Touch screen Display
350 MHz, 4 GS/s, 4 Ch, 10 Mpts/Ch with
10.1” Touch screen Display
500 MHz, 4 GS/s, 4 Ch, 10 Mpts/Ch with
10.1” Touch screen Display
750 MHz, 4 GS/s, 4 Ch, 10 Mpts/Ch with
10.1” Touch screen Display
Product Code
WaveSurfer 3024
WaveSurfer 3034
WaveSurfer 3054
WaveSurfer 3074
÷10 Passive Probe (Total of 1 Per Channel), 1 Micro SD card (Installed),
Micro SD card adapter, Protective Front Cover, Getting Started Guide,
Commercial NIST Traceable Calibration with Certificate, Power Cable for
the Destination Country, 3-year Warranty
External GPIB Accessory
Soft Carrying Case
Rack Mount Accessory
Local Language Overlays
German Front Panel Overlay
French Front Panel Overlay
Italian Front Panel Overlay
Spanish Front Panel Overlay
Japanese Front Panel Overlay
Korean Front Panel Overlay
Chinese (Tr) Front Panel Overlay
Chinese (Simp) Front Panel Overlay
Russian Front Panel Overlay
Product Code
Probes
WaveSurfer 3022
Included with Standard Configurations
General Accessories
Product Description
USB2-GPIB
WS3K-SOFTCASE
WS3K-RACK
WS3K-FP-GERMAN
WS3K-FP-FRENCH
WS3K-FP-ITALIAN
WS3K-FP-SPANISH
WS3K-FP-JAPANESE
WS3K-FP-KOREAN
WS3K-FP-CHNES-TR
WS3K-FP-CHNES-SI
WS3K-FP-RUSSIAN
Multi-Instrument Options
MSO software option and 16 Channel Digital probe leadset
WS3K-MSO
MSO License (MS Probe Not Included)
WS3K-MSO-LICENSE
Function Generator Option
WS3K-FG
CAN and LIN Trigger and Decode Option
WS3K-AUTO
CAN FD Trigger and Decode Option
WS3K-CAN FDbus TD
I2C, SPI, UART and RS-232 Trigger and Decode Option
WS3K-EMB
FlexRay Trigger and Decode Option
WS3K-FlexRaybus TD
250 MHz Passive Probe 10:1, 10 MΩ
PP019
500 MHz Passive Probe 10:1, 10 MΩ
PP020
700 V, 15 MHz High-Voltage Differential Probe
AP031
200 MHz, 3.5 pF, 1 MΩ Active Differential Probe
ZD200
1 GHz, 1.0 pF Active Differential Probe, ±8 V
ZD1000
500 MHz Differential Probe
AP033
Deskew Calibration Source for CP031 and CP030
DCS015
30 A; 50 MHz Current Probe – AC/DC; 30 Arms; 50 Apeak Pulse
CP030
30 A, 10 MHz Current Probe - AC/DC, 30 A rms, 50 A
CP030-3M
Peak Pulse, 3 meter cable
30 A; 100 MHz Current Probe – AC/DC; 30 Arms; 50 Apeak Pulse
CP031
150 A, 5 MHz Current Probe - AC/DC, 150 A rms, 500 A
CP150-6M
Peak Pulse, 6 meter cable
150 A; 10 MHz Current Probe – AC/DC; 150 Arms; 500 Apeak Pulse
CP150
500 A; 2 MHz Current Probe – AC/DC; 500 Arms; 700 Apeak Pulse
CP500
Deskew Calibration Source for CP031,CP031A, CP030,
DCS015
and CP030A
100:1 400 MHz 50 MΩ 1 kV High-voltage Probe
HVP120
100:1 400 MHz 50 MΩ 4 kV High-voltage Probe
PPE4KV
1000:1 400 MHz 50 MΩ 5 kV High-voltage Probe
PPE5KV
1000:1 400 MHz 50 MΩ 6 kV High-voltage Probe
PPE6KV
1 GHz, 0.9 pF, 1 MΩ High Impedance Active Probe
ZS1000
Set of 4 ZS1000, 1 GHz, 0.9 pF, 1 MΩ
ZS1000-QUADPAK
High Impedance Active Probe
1 kV, 25 MHz High Voltage Differential Probe with 2 m cable
HVD3102
1kV, 25 MHz High Voltage Differential Probe without tip HVD3102-NOACC
Accessories
1 kV, 120 MHz High Voltage Differential Probe with 2 m cable
HVD3106
1kV, 120 MHz High Voltage Differential Probe without
HVD3106-NOACC
tip Accessories
1 kV, 80 MHz High Voltage Differential Probe with 6m cable
HVD3106-6M
2kV, 120 MHz High Voltage Differential Probe
HVD3206
2kV, 80 MHz High Voltage Differential Probe with 6m cable
HVD3206-6M
6 kV, 100 MHz High Voltage Differential Probe with 6 m cable
HVD3605
Probe Adapters
TekProbe to ProBus Probe Adapter
Set of 4 TPA10 TekProbe to ProBus Probe Adapters.
Includes soft carrying case.
TPA10
TPA10-Quadpak
Customer Service
Teledyne LeCroy oscilloscopes and probes are designed, built, and tested to ensure high reliability. In the unlikely event you experience difficulties, our
digital oscilloscopes are fully warranted for three years and our probes are warranted for one year. This warranty includes:
No charge for return shipping
Long-term 7-year support
Upgrade to latest software at no charge
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