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Offline square circuit

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Hey Guys,

It seems like a few new Hantek equipment will come out sometime in the future. Anybody here has any more info on these?

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The Chinese and the English version of the website are not the same so the links refer to any of those two wherever I could find some info.



DPO/MPO6000 oscilloscope.

http://hantek.com/ProductDetail_11254.html

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DPO/MPO6000 series fluorescence oscilloscope has a waveform capture rate of up to 400,000 frames per second, with 256 levels of brightness and color temperature display; standard up to 16 trigger functions, 5 serial decoding functions; 80MHz/100MHz/200MHz three bandwidths Model, storage depth up to 128Mpts, 16-channel logic analyzer plug-and-play; all standard dual-channel signal generator; standard touch screen; communication, aerospace, defense, embedded systems, computers, research and education, etc. A rare debugging instrument in many industries and fields.


HDM 3065 6.5 digit bench DMM.
http://hantek.com/en/ProductDetail_16176.html


HT3323/3325 programmable power supply.
http://hantek.com/en/ProductDetail_14176.html


High resolution image of some older, newer, and unreleased products.
http://hantek.com/uploadpic/kd/image/20190410/20190410085851_5391.png
« Last Edit: July 08, 2019, 01:51:00 pm by square circuit »
 

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DMM looks interesting, might be the cheapest way to get histrogram and charting. 30ksps reading, 10ksps for logging.
I wonder where they got the idea for that interface from though :)

The oscilloscope doesn't look any good: 8-bit, 200MHz max bandwidth and 1Gs/s shared between four channels (so thats the same as 1054Z?).

For some reason huge difference between dot and line display:
"60,000 wfms/s (dot display) / 400,000 wfms / s (point display fast acquisition mode) waveform capture rate "
 

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That looks very familiar. I wonder when Keysight is going to slap the Chinese manufacturers with copyright/trademark infringements.
There are small lies, big lies and then there is what is on the screen of your oscilloscope.
 

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That looks very familiar. I wonder when Keysight is going to slap the Chinese manufacturers with copyright/trademark infringements.

Yep was thinking the same  :)

The UI and front panel is a direct copy of the Keysight 34461a.

« Last Edit: July 09, 2019, 02:31:31 am by Kosmic »
 

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So Hantek pulled a Siglent on Keysight, huh? Nothing new...

The oscilloscope frontal photographs look like a mockup - where are the BNCs sticking out?



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Check the youtube clip of the unit, spoken language is not English



 

Offline square circuit

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Thanks AR, good find! Also from the same YouTube channel:

DPO6204C XY mode demo.

« Last Edit: July 09, 2019, 11:38:24 am by square circuit »
 

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Can the DMM be just a rebadge of siglent? Spec-wise looks too similar...
 

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That looks very familiar. I wonder when Keysight is going to slap the Chinese manufacturers with copyright/trademark infringements.
They stole Siglent's design!  >:D
 

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You guys don't get it..

It is brilliant. Now we will have cheap scource for Keysight 2000/3000 series knobs ...

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lol they even copied the yellow envelopes, the calibration comes in of the Keysight  :-DD
To be honest, with a meter like this, you can immediately dismiss it as a serious instrument. IEC 17025 and all. They give you 2 year spec...
 

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You guys don't get it..

It is brilliant. Now we will have cheap scource for Keysight 2000/3000 series knobs ...

 :-+
I know you're joking, but proper Keysight 2000/3000 series knobs are EUR 1.82 and EUR 2.82 a piece when ordered seperately. It doesn't get much cheaper than that!
 

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"Digit multimeter"... I hope they'll do proofreading before mass production.
 

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They still need to learn the difference from bit to digits:  6  1/2  bits is no way impressive.

I wonder how they use 2200000 counts for a 1 V range - do they count't the positive and negative side together ?

Did they copy Sigilent or Keysight ?
 It depends on the country in how far layout or look is actually protected - though still odd to be so close and this way possibly give up on the US market.
 

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Did they copy Siglent or Keysight ?
HPAK.
Power button is very similar to HPAK unlike those used in the Siglent DMM's and there's an additional current socket like in HPAK models.
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That looks very familiar. I wonder when Keysight is going to slap the Chinese manufacturers with copyright/trademark infringements.

Trump will ban it from coming into the USA if Keysight complains about it which in theory they should especially if Keysight have a design patent on this meter ;)
 

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Check the youtube clip of the unit, spoken language is not English



Why would I buy this and not the Rigol 1054Z ?
 

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That looks very familiar. I wonder when Keysight is going to slap the Chinese manufacturers with copyright/trademark infringements.

Trump will ban it from coming into the USA if Keysight complains about it which in theory they should especially if Keysight have a design patent on this meter ;)

I'm sure Trump sits in the oval office all day looking over oscilloscope designs making sure no patents were infringed :-)
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Trump will ban it from coming into the USA if Keysight complains about it which in theory they should especially if Keysight have a design patent on this meter ;)
I remember an interview in which it was stated Keysight didn't use to do this, but has gotten wiser as a result of copycats. I think they cause some trouble if they want.
 

Offline ResistorRob

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I've never been a fanboy of Hantek, but honestly being hobbyist this doesn't look too bad. (insert favorite "yeah, because it looks like a Keysight joke here")
One thing I noticed is the XY mode looks great. I've seen a number of YouTube videos where the XY mode on some  pretty expensive oscilloscopes have trouble displaying complex images in XY mode. Obviously engineers aren't going to be making spinning mushrooms on their equipment, but for hobbyists having some fun it's nice that it has that capability.  Depending on the price I wouldn't rule this out for when I can afford to get a scope. I will let you guys get back to bashing it.... carry on!
 

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I can't help but notice that many seemed to call the waveform update rates of the Keysights excessive, but it's now made a selling point of the new generation oriental gear.
 

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It seems like a few new Hantek equipment will come out sometime in the future.

holly crap, touch screen, fast update and colour grading on Hantek. It tooks only 6yrs, but anyway, they made it.


Anybody here has any more info on these?

tinhead!? :)

nope, i have still some old Hantek gears here, but no contact nor Information about new things. And this time i will not order anything, my last try was their SA, but too expensive when i compare to competitors.

Hantek is "bit slow" in regards of bug fixing, so i decided to switch to Siglent, and happy as hell with all Siglent's Hardware and how they respond to requests/Bugs. 
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I do not like the small Horizontal knob. What the hell are they thinking??? ALL scopes have a bigger Horizontal knob.
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I can't help but notice that many seemed to call the waveform update rates of the Keysights excessive, but it's now made a selling point of the new generation oriental gear.
High waveform update rates have been a marketing number for many years already.
There are small lies, big lies and then there is what is on the screen of your oscilloscope.
 

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That looks very familiar. I wonder when Keysight is going to slap the Chinese manufacturers with copyright/trademark infringements.

Yep was thinking the same  :)

The UI and front panel is a direct copy of the Keysight 34461a.





Wow, looks like Hantek did another clone on its one and not just re-sell rebadged/build to different specs Siglents.

Must be really cheap to design and build a clone like that.
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Cloning the appearance is the easy part.

I very much doubt they have cloned the accuracy, stability or reliablilty of the Keysight units.
 

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I'm all for borrowing a good idea or two from the competition, but making bad copies isn't in anyone's interest. These copycat DMMs don't even tend to be that cheap.
 

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Re: NEW Hantek equipment on the horizon! DPO/MPO6000 400.000wfms/s...and more!
« Reply #27 on: October 11, 2019, 03:07:15 am »
Anyone got any updates on this? Very interested in the meter and the scope if the price is right. I contacted Hantek but they wouldn't tell me anything. Not estimated release date or a ballpark price. Is anyone a distributor, youtuber, or other insider that knows anything?

I did a lot of research and all I could find was the Voltcraft scope they are basing these on. They seem pretty much identical but add the touchscreen and a few minor features. The main thing I want is Touchscreen! ... so the Voltcraft isn't an option. I wish Siglent would just add a touchscreen option to the 1004x-e for $150 and that would be pretty much my dream scope (besides would love a feature to change the channel colors like on a Tek 4).
 

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Re: NEW Hantek equipment on the horizon! DPO/MPO6000 400.000wfms/s...and more!
« Reply #28 on: October 11, 2019, 03:22:32 am »
The main thing I want is Touchscreen! ... so the Voltcraft isn't an option.
I wish Siglent would just add a touchscreen option to the 1004x-e for $150 and that would be pretty much my dream scope (besides would love a feature to change the channel colors like on a Tek 4).
Bench use where a PC is close you can port the X-E display to a monitor via LAN and the webserver then use a mouse for full scope control.
Not as convenient as the $$$ SDS5000X models with touch where the natively support mouse and keyboard but nonetheless useful if you want the scope up on a shelf or even remote control from a distant location.

Anyways, something new is coming, a new 4ch DSO but probably more $ than SDS1004X-E's however I don't know any details about it get so it might have touch and mouse support, I dunno sorry.  :(
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