Author Topic: Atten ADS1062CAL 60Mhz Digital Storage Oscilloscope 7" Wide Screen LCD  (Read 8813 times)

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Offline jens

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Hours
Cooling: fan forced cooling
Humidity
Work: 85% RH, 40 ?, 24 Hours
Does not work: 85% RH, 65 ?, 24 Hours
Height
Work: 3000 m
Does not work: 15,266 m
Mechanical Specifications
Size: 339mm * Width 110.5mm * 148.5mm high
Weight: about 2.4kg
Color TFT LCD display, waveform display is more clear and stable;
Extensive trigger functions: edge, pulse, video, slope, alternate;
Unique digital filter and waveform recorder;
 Pass / Fail function;
• 32 automatic measurements;
• 2 set of reference waveforms, 20 groups of common waveforms, 20 groups of settings within the store / recall; support waveform, set, CSV and bitmap files U disk external storage and recall;
Manual, tracking, automatic cursor measurement function;
Channel waveform and FFT waveforms at the same time split-screen display;
Analog channel waveform mesh screen brightness and brightness adjustable;
Pop-up menu display mode, the user operation more flexible, natural;
Rich interface display style: classic, modern, traditional, simple;
Multilingual interface display, the English online help system;
Standard interface: USB Host: Support U disk U disk storage and a system through software upgrades; USB Device: support for PictBridge direct printing and PC connection with the remote control; RS-232.















« Last Edit: June 09, 2011, 02:22:32 am by jens »
 

Offline Nermash

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Re: Atten ADS1062CAL 60Mhz Digital Storage Oscilloscope 7" Wide Screen LCD
« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2011, 10:50:14 am »
So, it only works between 3000 and 15266 m of altitude? Or you have to be specifically at 3000 m to take measurrement:)
 

Offline PeterG

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Re: Atten ADS1062CAL 60Mhz Digital Storage Oscilloscope 7" Wide Screen LCD
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2011, 12:37:20 pm »
I dont have a lot of work at 3000m+ altitude. As for the price ,it probably cost more for its high altitude spec  :P
Testing one two three...
 

Offline kedwards22

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I bought one of these a few weeks ago and for the price, it's not bad. It does have a few software glitches and a very annoying lack of any accelerating scroll function (the vertical adjust has a wide range, but requires hundreds of turns of the knob to get there). Does anyone know if there is a software hack to up the bandwidth?
 

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Have you tested its basic measurement functions, its bandwidth?  linearity?  noise?  Right now those are more important features are unknown to most of us, than ergonomics.

I bought one of these a few weeks ago and for the price, it's not bad. It does have a few software glitches and a very annoying lack of any accelerating scroll function (the vertical adjust has a wide range, but requires hundreds of turns of the knob to get there). Does anyone know if there is a software hack to up the bandwidth?
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 Saturation
 

Offline slburris

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Do you feel up to opening it up and taking some photos of the insides?

Scott
 


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