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ADS-2152 Digital Storage Oscilloscope 150MHz 1GSa/s

AKTAKOM ADS-2152 Digital Storage Oscilloscope 150MHz 1GSa/s
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Brand:AKTAKOM
Warranty:3 years
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Installation Guide:Download
USB Host RS-232 (Recommended Standard 232)

Benchtop digital oscilloscope: 2 channels; 150MHz; Real Sample rate 1GSa/s (500MSa/s each ch.), Equivalent 50GSa/s; Max. Memory Depth: 40Kpts (20Kpts double channel); 7” Widescreen color TFT. High functionality of AKTAKOM ADS-2152 digital storage oscilloscope allows a wide range of tasks such as production process as well as design and maintenance.

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AKTAKOM ADS-2152digital storage oscilloscope:2 channels; 150MHz; Real Sample rate 1GSa/s (500MSa/a each ch.), Equivalent 50Gsa/s; Max. Memory Depth: 40Kpts (20Kpts double channel); 7” Widescreen color TFT.

Features

  • Unique 7" wide-screen Color TFT LCD display
  • 40Kpts Max Memory depth
  • Abundant trigger function
  • 32 parameters Auto measure function
  • Max recording length: 6Mpts
  • The longest single recording time: 33.3h
  • User interface in 12 languages
  • 6-digit Hardware Frequency Counter
  • Support Pass/Fail function
  • PictBridge Function
  • Powerful Easyscope Software for PC
  • Power Supply 110-220V

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Bandwidth150 MHz
Sample rate1 GSa/s
Memory depth40 kpts max., 20 kpts dual channel
Vertical resolution (bits)8
Trigger typesEdge trigger, Pulse width trigger, Video signal trigger, Slope trigger, Alternative trigger
Number of automatic measurements32
Automatic measurementVpp, Vmax, Vmin, Vamp, Vtop, Vbase, Vavg, Mean, Crms (Cycrms), Vrms, ROVShoot, FOVShoot, RPREshoot, FPREshoot, Rise Time, Fall Time, Frequency, Period, +Wid, -Wid, +Duty, -Duty, BWid, Phase, FRR, FRF, FFR, FFF, LRR, LRF, LFR, LFF
Waveform mathAddition (+), Subtraction (-), Multiplication (*), Division (/), FFT (fast Fourier transform)
InterfaceUSB Host, USB Device, RS-232
Display7 color TFT LCD 480234 pixels, 64K colors
Power supply110...240 VAC
Dimensions15.7 x 4.3 x 5.8 in

Specification Table:

Input:

Input CouplingAC, DC, GND
Input Impedance1MΩ±2% || 17pF±3pF
Maximum input voltage400V (DC+AC PK-PK, 1MΩinput impedance), CAT I, CAT II
Probe attenuator1X, 10X
Probe attenuator Factors Set1X, 10X, 100X, 1000X

Horizontal System:

Real Time Sampling Rate4Kpts memory depth Series:
  Single Channel: 500MSa/s, Double Channel: 250MSa/s (When time base faster than 250ns/div)
32K/40K/2Mpts memory depth Series:
  Single Channel: 1GSa/s, Double Channel: 500MSa/s (When time base faster than 50ns/div)
5Kpts/CH memory depth Series: 1GSa/CH
18K/24Kpts memory depth Series: 2GSa/CH
Equivalent Sampling Rate50GSa/s (40MHz bandwidth: 25GSa/s; 25MHz bandwidth: 10GSa/s)
Measure Display ModesMAIN, WINDOW, WINDOW ZOOM, SCAN, X-Y
Time base Accuracy Horizontal Scan Range±100ppm measured over 1 ms interval
1/2.5/5/10/25ns/div - 50s/div (According to the Bandwidth)
SCAN: 100ms/div - 50s/div (1-2.5-5 sequence)

Vertical System:

Vertical Sensitivity4K/15K/118K/124Kpts memory depth Series:
  2mV/div - 5V/div (1-2-5 order)
32K/140K/2Mpts memory depth Series:
  2mV/div - 10V/div (1-2-5 order)
Channel Voltage Offset Range4K/5K/18K/24Kpts memory depth Series: 2mV-100mV: ±2V
  102mV-5V: ±40V
32K/40K/2Mpts memory depth Series: 2mV-200mV: ±1.6V
  206mV-10V: ±40V
Vertical Resolution8 bit
Channels2
Analog Bandwidth150MHz
Single-shot Bandwidth150MHz
Lower frequency limit (AC-3dB)≤10Hz (at input BNC)
DC Gain Accuracy≤±3.0%: 5mV/div to 10mV/div in Fixed Gain Ranges
≤±4.0%: typical for 2mV/div and Variable Gain Ranges
DC Measurement Accuracy: All Gain settings ≤100mV/div ± [3%X(|reading|+|offset|)+1% of |offset|+0.2div+2mV]
Rise time<2.4ns
Vertical input couplingAC, DC, GND
Math operation(+),( -), (*), (/), FFT

FFT

Window mode: Hanning, Hamming, Blackman, Rectangular
Sampling points: 1024
Digital storage oscilloscope20MHz±40% Typical
(Note: 25MHz bandwidth oscilloscope don't have this function, BW limited below 20MHz±40% when using probe X1)

Measure System:

Automatic measurement (32 Types) Vpp, Vmax, Vmin, Vamp, Vtop, Vbase, Vavg, Mean, Crms, Vrms, ROVShoot, FOVShoot, RPREShoot, FPREShoot, Rise time, Fall time, Freq, Period, +Wid, -Wid, +ut, -Dut, Bwid, Phase, FRR, FRF, FFR, FFF, LRR, LRF, LFR, LFF
Cursor MeasureManual mode, Track mode and Auto mode

Trigger System:

Trigger TypesEdge, Pulse, Video, Slope , Alternative
Trigger SourceCH1, CH2, EXT, EXT/5, AC Line
Trigger ModesAuto, Normal, Single
Trigger CouplingAC, DC, LF rej, HF rej
Trigger Level RangeCH1, CH2, CH3, CH4: 6 divisions from center of screen
EXT: 1.2V
EXT/5: 6V
Trigger DisplacementPre-trigger: (Memory depth / (2*sampling))
Delay Trigger: 260div
Holdoff range100ns~1.5s
Edge TriggerEdge type: Rising, Falling, Rising and Falling
Pulse Width TriggerTrigger Modes: ( > , <, = ) Positive Pulse Width, ( >, <, = ) Negative Pulse Width
Pulse Width Range: 20ns~10s
Video TriggerSupport signal Formats: PAL/SECAM, NTSC
Trigger condition: odd field, even field, all lines, line Num
Slope Trigger( > , <, =) Positive slope, ( > , <, =) Negative slope
time: 20ns-10s
Alternative TriggerCH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 trigger type:Edge, Pulse, Video, Slope

Hard Ware Frequency Counter:

Reading resolution6 bytes
Range DC Couple, 10Hz to Max Bandwidth
Signal TypesSatisfying all Trigger signals (Except Pulse width trigger and Video Trigger)

X-Y Mode:

X-pole InputChannel 1 (CH1) / Channel 2 (Ch2) or
Y-pole InputChannel 1 (CH3) / Channel 2 (Ch4)
Phase Error±3 degrees
Sample FrequencyXY mode has a breakthrough that trade oscilloscopes restrict sampling rate at 1MSa/s and 4Kpts memory depth Series supports 5kSa/s~200MSa/s
32K/40K/2Mpts memory depth Series: supports 25kSa/s~100MSa/s, 2GSa/s real-time series supports: 10kSa/s~1GSa/s

Control Panel Function:

Auto SetAuto adjusting the vertical, Horizontal system and Trigger Position
Save/RecallSupport 2 / 4 Group referenced Waveforms, 20 Group setups, 20 Group captured Waveforms internal Storage/Recall function and USBflash driver storage function.

Acquisition System:

Sample TypesReal time, Equivalent time
Peak DetectCaptures glitches down to 1Ons wide regardless of sample rate
Sample ModeSample, Peak Measure, Average
Averages4, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256

Generic Specification:

Display System:

Display ModeColor TFT 7in. (178mm) diagonal Liquid Crystal Display
Display Mode480 horizontal by 234 vertical pixels
Display Color64K color
Display Contrast (Typical state)150:1
Backlight Intensity (Typical state)300nit
Wave display range8x18div
Wave display modePoint, Vector
PersistOff, 1sec, 2sec, 5sec, Infinite
Menu Display2sec, 5sec, 10sec, 20sec, Infinite
Screen-SaverOff, 1min, 2min, 5min, 10min, 15min, 30min, 1hr, 2hr, 5hr
SkinClassical, Modern, Tradition, Succinct
Waveform interpolationSin(x)/x, Linear
Color modelNormal, Invert
LanguagesSimplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English, Arabic, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Italian

Environments:

TemperatureOperating: 50°F to 104°F / 10°C to 40°C
Not operating: -4°F to 140°F / -20°C to 60°C
CoolingThe fan forces it cold.
HumidityOperating: 85%RH 104°F/40°C, 24 hours
Not operating: 85%RH 149°F/65°C, 24 hours
HeightOperating: at 0 to 9843 feet/3000 meters; Not operating: after 50085 feet/15,266 meters

Power Supply:

Input Voltage100-240VAC, CAT II, Auto selection
Frequency Scope45Hz to 440Hz
Power50VA Max

Mechanical:

DimensionLength12"/305mm
Width5 ¼"/133mm
Height6 1/8"/154mm
Weight5.1lb/2.3kg

General Specification List:

  • Channels: Dual channels + external trigger
  • Analog Bandwidth: 150MHz
  • Real-time Sample rate: Max. 1GSa/s (500MSa/s each channel)
  • Equivalent Sample rate: 50GSa/s
  • Max Memory Depth: 40Kpts for single channel (20Kpts double channel)
  • Acquisition: Normal, Average (4…256), Peak Detect (10ns)
  • Input coupling: DC, AC, GND
  • Max. input voltage: 400Vpk (DC+AC, 1MΩ)
  • Input impedance: 1MΩ±2%||17pF±3pF
  • Interpolation:Sin(x)/x, Linear
  • Horizontal Scale (s/div): 2,5ns/div~50s/div
  • Rise time: ≤2.3ns
  • Vertical sensitivity: 2mV/div~10V/div (at BNC input)
  • Vertical Resolution: 8 bit
  • DC Gain Accuracy: ±4% (2mV/div), ±3% (5mV/div~5V/div)
  • Waveform math: +, -, ×, Inverted
  • FFT: 4 windows (Rectangle, Hanning, Hamming, Blackman). Sampling points: 1024
  • Automatic measurement (32 types): Vpp, Vmax, Vmin, Vamp, Vtop, Vbase, Vavg, Mean, Crms, Vrms, ROVShoot, FOVShoot, RPREShoot, FPREShoot, Rise time, Fall time, Freq, Period, +Wid, -Wid, +Dut, -Dut, Bwid, Phase, FRR, FRF, FFR, FFF, LRR, LRF, LFR, LFF
  • Cursor measurement: Manual mode, Track mode and Auto mode
  • Save/Recall: Support 2 Group referenced Waveforms, 20 Group setups, 20 Group captured Waveforms internal Storage/Recall function and USBflash driver storage function
  • Trigger mode: Auto, Normal, Single
  • Trigger type: Edge, Video, Pulse, Slope , Alternate
  • Trigger sources: CH1, CH2, EXT, EXT/5, AC Line
  • Trigger Coupling: AC, DC, LFrej, HFrej
  • Trigger Level Range: CH1, CH2: ±6 divisions from center of screen EXT: ±1.2V, EXT/5: ±6V
  • Recorder: 6 M
  • Waveform Record: Max 1500 frames
  • Interface: USB device, USB host, RS-232
  • Display Type: 7” color TFT LCD, 480x234 pixels, 64K colors
  • Wave display range: 8x18div
  • Power Supply: 100-240VAC, CAT II; 45Hz to 440Hz; 50VA Max
  • Dimension (L×W×H): 305×133×154mm/12×5.2×6.1in
  • Weight: 5.1lb/2.3kg

Included:

  • Passive Probes x 2

  • Power Cord

  • USB Cable


    Optional:

    • BNC Cable

    • USB Data Cable

    • RS232 Cable

    • USB-GPIB Adapter


    The software in the standard package of the device has no physical media (CD) and can be downloaded at www.tmatlantic.com after the purchasing and registering the equipment with a serial number. This software is paid-for and its cost is included into device value. In the new version of the software, when connecting the unit for the first time, it will ask for a license (access key). It is available online after product registration. Insert the entire character set by coping and pasting it from www.tmatlantic.com. Follow the instructions on the site. We recommend that you make and keep a copy of the downloaded software. Follow our websites news releases to receive software updates.


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    Taking Simple Measurements

    Observe a unknown signal in a circuit, display the signal quickly and measure the frequency and peak-to-peak amplitude.

    1. Using Auto set

    To quickly display a signal, follow these steps:

    • Press the CH1 button, set the Probe option attenuation to 10X and set the switch to 10X on the probe.
    • Connect the channel 1 probe to the signal.
    • Press the AUTO button.

    The oscilloscope sets vertical, horizontal, and trigger controls automatically. If you want to optimize the display of the waveform, you can adjust these controls manually till you are satisfied with the waveforms.
    Note: The oscilloscope displays relevant automatic measurements in the waveform area of the screen based on the signal type detected.

    2. Taking Automatic Measurements

    The oscilloscope can take automatic measurements of most displayed signals. To measure signal frequency and peak-to-peak amplitude, follow these steps:

    (1) Measure signal frequency

    • Input the signal to channel 1.
    • Press the AUTO button.
    • Press the MEASURE button to see auto Measure Menu.
    • Press the top option button.
    • Press the Time option button to enter the Time Measure menu.
    • Press the Source option button to select input signal channel.
    • Press the Type option button to select Freq.
      The corresponding icon and measure value will display on the third option area.

    (2) Measure signal peak-to-peak amplitude

    • Press the MEASURE button to display auto measure menu.
    • Press the top second option button.
    • Press the Voltage option button to enter the Voltage measure menu.
    • Press the Source option button to select input signal channel.
    • Press the Type option button to select Vpp.
      The corresponding icon and measure value will display on the third option area.

    Taking Cursor Measurements

    You can use the cursors to take time and voltage measurements of a waveform quickly.

    Measuring Ring Frequency

    To measure the ring frequency at the rising edge of a signal, follow these steps:

    • Press the CURSORS button to see the Cursor Menu.
    • Press the Mode button to select Manual.
    • Press the Type option button and select Time.
    • Press the Source option button and select CH1.
    • Press the Cur A button and turn the universal knob to place the cursor A on one peak of the ring.
    • Press the CurB button and turn the universal knob to place the cursorB on the nearest peak of the ring.

    You can see the delta time and frequency (the measured ring frequency) on the top left of the screen.

    Measuring Ring Frequency

    Measuring Ring Amplitude

    To measure the amplitude, follow these steps:

    • Press the CURSORS button to see the Cursor Menu.
    • Press the Mode button to select Manual.
    • Press the Type option button and select Voltage.
    • Press the Source option button and select CH1.
    • Press the Cur A option button and turn the universal knob to place the cursor A on the highest peak of the ring.
    • Press the CurB option button and turn the universal knob to place the cursorB on the lowest peak of the ring.

    You can see the following measurements on the top of the left screen:

    • The delta voltage (peak-to-peak voltage of the ringing)
    • The voltage at Cursor A.
    • The voltage at Cursor B.

    Measuring Ring Amplitude

    Catch the single signal

    To capture a single event, you need to gather some pre-test knowledge of the signal in order to correctly set up the trigger level and slope. If you are not sure the instance of the signal, you can observe it through auto or normal trigger mode to ensure the trigger level and slope.

    The following steps show you how to use the oscilloscope to capture a single event.

    1. Set the Probe option attenuation to 10X and set the switch to 10X on the probe.
    2. Trigger set up:

    • Press “TRIG MENU” button to show the “Trigger Menu”
    • Under this menu, set the trigger type to “edge”, Edge type is “Rising”, source is “CH1”, trigger mode is “Single”, coupling is “DC”
    • Adjust the horizontal time base and vertical scale to the satisfied range
    • Turn the “LEVEL” knob to adjust the trigger level
    • Press the “RUN/STOP” button to start capturing

    When the trigger conditions are satisfied, data appears on the display representing; the data points that the oscilloscope obtained with one acquisition and press the RUN/STOP button again rearms the trigger circuit and erases the display.

    Analyze the signal detail

    You have a noisy signal displayed on the oscilloscope and you need to know more about it. You suspect that the signal contains much more detail than you can now see in the display.

    Looking at a Noisy Signal

    The signal appears noisy and you suspect that noise is causing problems in your circuit. To analyze the noise better, follow these steps:

    • Press the ACQUIRE button to see the acquire menu.
    • Press the Acquisition option button or turn the Universal knob to select Peak Detect.
    • If necessary, press the DISPLAY button to see Display menu. Turn the Universal knob to adjust waveform intensity and grid brightness to see the noise more clearly.
    • Peak detect emphasizes noise spikes and glitches in your signal, specially when the time base is set to a slow setting.

    Separating the Signal from Noise

    To reduce random noise in the oscilloscope display, follow these steps:

    • Press the ACQUIRE button to display the acquire menu.
    • Press the Acquisition option button or turn the Universal knob to select Average.
    • Press the Averages option button to see the effects of varying the number of running averages on the waveform display.

    Averaging reduces random noise and makes it easier to see the details of a signal.

    Triggering on a Video Signal

    Observe the video circuit in a piece of medical equipment and Use the video trigger to obtain a stable display.

    Triggering on Video Field

    To trigger on the video fields, follow these steps:

    • Press the TRIGGER MENU button to see trigger menu
    • Press the top option button and select Video.
    • Press the source option button and select Ch1.
    • Press the Sync option button and select Odd Field or Even Field.
    • Press the Standard option button and select NTSC.
    • Turn the horizontal S/Div knob to see a complete field across the screen.
    • Turn the vertical Volts/Div knob to ensure that the entire video signal is visible on the screen.

    Triggering on Video Lines

    To trigger on the video lines, follow these steps:

    • Press the TRIGGER MENU button to see the trigger menu
    • Press the top option button and select Video.
    • Press the Sync option button and select Line Num and turn the universal knob to set a specific line number.
    • Press the Standard option button and select NTSC.
    • Turn the S/Div knob to see a complete video line across the screen.
    • Turn the Volts/Div knob to ensure that the entire video signal is visible on the screen.

    Application of X-Y function

    Viewing Impedance Changes in a Network

    Connect the oscilloscope to monitor the input and output of the circuit. To view the input and output of the circuit in an X-Y display, follow these steps:

    • Press the CH1 MENU button and set the Probe option attenuation to 10X.
    • Press the CH2 MENU button and set the Probe option attenuation to 10X.
    • Set the switch of the probe to 10X.
    • Connect the channel 1 probe to the input of the network, and connect the channel 2 probe to the output.
    • Press the AUTO button.
    • Turn the Volts/div knobs to display approximately the same amplitude signals on each channel.
    • Press the DISPLAY button.
    • Press the Format option button and select XY.

    The oscilloscope displays a Lissajous pattern representing the input and output characteristics of the circuit.

    • Turn the VOLTS/DIV and VERTICAL POSITION knobs to optimize the display.
    • Press the Persist option button and select Infinite.
    • Press the Intensity or Brightness option buttons and turn the Universal” knob to adjust the contrast of the screen.
    • Apply the Ellipse method to observe the phase difference between the two channels

    Application of X-Y function

    Sin=A/B or C/D where =phase shift (in degrees) between the two signals from the formula above, you could get:=arcsine(A/B) or arcsine(C/D). If the main axis of the ellipse is at I and IV quadrant, must be in the range of (0~π/2) or (3π/2~2π). If the main axis is at II and III quadrant, must be in the range of (π/2~π) or (π~3π/2).

    Analyzing a Differential Communication Signal

    You are having intermittent problems with a serial data communication link, and you suspect poor signal quality. Set up the oscilloscope to show you a snapshot of the serial data stream so you can verify the signal levels and transition times.

    Because this is a differential signal, you use the math function of the oscilloscope to view a better representation of the waveform.

    To activate the differential signals connected to channel 1 and channel 2, follow these steps:

    • Press the CH1 button and set the Probe option attenuation to 10X.
    • Press the CH2 button and set the Probe option attenuation to 10X.
    • Set the switches to 10X on the probes.
    • Press the AUTO button.
    • Press the MATH button to see the Math Menu.
    • Press the Operation option button and select - .
    • Press the CH1-CH2 option button to display a new waveform that is the difference between the displayed waveforms.
    • You can adjust the vertical scale and position of the Math waveform.
      To do so, follow these steps:
      A. Remove the channel 1 and channel 2 waveforms from the display.
      B. Turn the CH1 and CH2 VOLTS/DIV and VERTICAL POSITION knobs to adjust the vertical scale and position.

    Note: First be sure to compensate both probes. Differences in probe compensation appear as errors in the differential signal.

    Frequently Asked Questions

  • After the Acquisition is set to "Averages" or Display Persistence is set ON, the waveform refreshes slowly
  • The signal is displayed as ladder like waveform
  • How to change from Chinese to English my ADS-2022 /2042 /2062 /2102 /2152
  • High voltage measurement testing are not allowed over 300 volts
  • Driver does not install or I can't find where it is located?
  • The measured voltage amplitude value is 10 times greater or smaller than the actual value
  • When changing the horizontal sweep on the digital oscilloscope at different horizontal points observed inexplicable change in the form of the same signal, why is this happening?
  • After the oscilloscope is powered on the display remains dark, what should I do?
  • How to save data in a USB Flash Drive
  • There is wave form displayed, but it is not stable

  • After the Acquisition is set to "Averages" or Display Persistence is set ON, the waveform refreshes slowly

    It is normal in these settings.
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    The signal is displayed as ladder like waveform

    1. The time base setting maybe is too slow. Turn the horizontal SCALE knob to increase horizontal resolution.
    2. Maybe the display Type is set to "Vectors". Set it to "Dots" mode.

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    How to change from Chinese to English my ADS-2022 /2042 /2062 /2102 /2152

    Please press the button DEFAULT SETTUP to be sure your ADS-2022 Oscilloscope is at MENU first page. You shall see same chinese symbols as shows in a picture above.

    Now press the button UTILITY to display the first menu page at the screen.

    Finally press the button#1 andchoose Englishor adifferent languageby using knob #2.


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    High voltage measurement testing are not allowed over 300 volts

    Even when you can read in a probe 600V PK CAT I. The Aktakom, Owon or Rigol oscilloscopes does not support more than 300V RMS or 400V PK. For higher voltage please contact us to request a special device.


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    Driver does not install or I can't find where it is located?

    Hereby we confirm that the Easyscope software is 32-bit and 64-bit. So if you need help do not hesitate to contact us.

    IT Department


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    The measured voltage amplitude value is 10 times greater or smaller than the actual value

    Check whether the channel attenuation coefficient and the attenuation coefficient of the probe used is match.
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    When changing the horizontal sweep on the digital oscilloscope at different horizontal points observed inexplicable change in the form of the same signal, why is this happening?

    In fact, this is not a problem.

    Just keep in mind that you're using a digital oscilloscope, which digitizes the signal with different sampling rates depending on the selected horizontal sweep, and then connects the digitized points with strait line while restoring the real shape of the signal.

    Your first screen shows that you are measuring voltage 50 Hz with the 10 ms / div sweep and a sampling frequency of 20 kHz Ks/s

    One signal period (20 ms), digitized in this mode, 20E-03 (sec) * 20E03 (1/sec) = 400 points. This is enough to properly restore and interpolate a sine wave of 50 Hz (i.e. in a period of 20 ms).

    Normal display, with a sweep 10 ms / div:

    Distortion of the same signal at 10 s / div sweep

    Your second screen is set to sweep 10 sec / div, and sample rate on a sweep turned to 20 samples per second (20 Sa / s). I.e. one signal period 20 ms had: 20E-03 (sec) * 20 (1/sec) = 0.4 points. That means that to restore (to interpolate the points) a sine wave with less than one point in time is impossible, so you get this mess (known as "aliasing" or a false frequency) formed by the beats of the measured frequency and sampling frequency.

    In order to correctly install a data collection in a digital oscilloscope one should follow a simple rule - the sampling rate must be at least 5-10 times higher than the frequency signal, in that case you will not have the issues that we just discussed.

    This applies to all digital oscilloscopes and in no way connected to any particular make or model of oscilloscope or its probes.


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    After the oscilloscope is powered on the display remains dark, what should I do?

    Please implement the following fault treatment procedure.

    • Check whether the powercable is connected properly.
    • Ensure the power switch is turned on.
    • Restart the instrument after completing the checks above.
    • Ifthe oscilloscopestill can not work normally, please call for service.

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    How to save data in a USB Flash Drive

    This oscilloscope allows you to save data to an external USB Flash Drive only if the drive is formatted with FAT32.

    If you haven't noticed one huge change with Windows 7 is that FAT32 is no longer an option on formatting drives. You are now left with the options of either NTFS or exFAT. OK so your asking what is exFAT? Well its not FAT32, acutally its compatible with FAT64.

    So let's Format external USB Flash drivewith FAT32 using DOS

    First you need to find what your Hard Drive is named (the label) that is easy to do right click on the hard drive and it will show you in the top box. As you can see mine has no level in the picture bellow. You also need to note which drive letter it is. Mine is Drive: G

    Next thing you need to do is to find your command prompt

    Once you get to command prompt you will need to type this:

    format /FS:FAT32 G:

    Note: You need to change the letter G to the letter of your drive

    Then just answer the questions as you like for a volume label, etc. It will take time according to the driver size.

    Now for more information of "How to Save and Recall a Waveform details" go to equipment User's Guide orfinditby the following links:

    • For the ADS-2061Mgo toPDF page 53 (49 if printed)and do not forget that a USB Flash Drive is an external memory. See User's Guide.
    • For all other ADS models (2022, 2042M, 2061M, 2062 & M, 2102 & M, 2152 & M) go to PDF page 42 (74 if printed) See User's Guide

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    There is wave form displayed, but it is not stable

    • Check whether the Source item in the TRIG MODE menu is in conformity with the signal channel used in the practical application.
    • Check on the trigger Type item: The common signal chooses the Edge trigger mode for Type and the video signal the Video. Only if a proper trigger mode is applied, the wave form can be displayed steadily.
    • Try to change the trigger coupling into the high frequency suppress and the low frequency suppress to smooth the high frequency or low frequency noise triggered by the interference.

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    Easy Scope Software version 3.0 USB

    Learn more...

    La serie de Osciloscopios digitales ADS-AKTAKOM 2XXX es nica; con una pantalla a color TFT LCD de 7" de ancho y una alta velocidad de muestreo en tiempo real de 1GSa/s. La Alta funcionalidad de estos osciloscopios permite una amplia gama de tareas tales como produccin, diseo y mantenimiento.

    Caractersticas

    • Pantalla TFT LCD ancha a color de 7”
    • Memoria Maz de40 Kpts de profundidad
    • Funcin amplia de gatillado
    • 32 parmetros de la funcin de Auto medicin
    • Max largo de grabacin: 6Mpts
    • Max tiempo de grabacin: 33.3 h
    • Interfaz de usuario en 12 idiomas
    • Contador de frecuencia de 6 digitos
    • Soporta funcin de Pass/Fail
    • Function PictBridge
    • Software EasyScope de gran alcance para PC

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