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Offline Harvs

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Re: Buying Rigol DS2072
« Reply #25 on: June 22, 2013, 03:46:53 am »
Exactly.  Most companies state that their warranty replaces express or implied up to the maximum extent allowable under law.  The fact that they don't acknowledge that last bit makes me nervous that they probably don't understand their responsibilities, which means warranty claims might end up messy.

I'd suggest just giving them a call (Emona that is) before dropping in.  If it's like Perth, their sales office is only a two person show (main office is Sydney) and they do a lot of on site visits, so they're not always in the office.
 

Offline UberSteve

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Re: Buying Rigol DS2072
« Reply #26 on: June 22, 2013, 04:13:26 am »
I'd suggest just giving them a call (Emona that is) before dropping in.  If it's like Perth, their sales office is only a two person show (main office is Sydney) and they do a lot of on site visits, so they're not always in the office.

Will do! Thanks again!  :-+
 

Offline lgbeno

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Buying Rigol DS2072
« Reply #27 on: June 22, 2013, 06:31:25 pm »
I would wait for the DS2000-S with arbitrary waveform generator. It looks even better than DSOX2000's generator.

I would really like a scope with built in arb, it could open up a lot of really cool measurement options.  That's probably even more important than 4 channels.  Especially since Rigol won't hold back of limiting the functionality like Agilent does.
 


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