Model OX 7102-C [Cat. 2124.50] (2 channels x100 MHz, Color)

Model OX 7102-C [Catalog No. 2124.50]  (2 channels x100 MHz, Color)
  • Five complementary tools in one: Oscilloscope, Multimeter, FFT Analyzer, Harmonic Analyzer and Recorder
  • Sampling rate 1GS/s in one-shot mode and 25GS/s in ETS – memory depth of 2500-count per channel in “oscilloscope” mode
  • Two isolated measurement channels, 600V Cat III with up to eight traces on screen
  • 12-bit resolution provides deeper accurate zooming
  • Real-time FFT analysis standard and calculation functions on the channels
  • Two independent, 8000-count, TRMS, 45kHz, digital multimeters
  • Color LCD touch screen
  • 33 direct command keys and “Windows-like” menus on screen
  • Multi-interface communication connector: RS-232, Centronics and Ethernet with web server
  • Stylus for touch screen menu/function access and manipulating graphic elements on screen
  • Probix smart probes with user definable control buttons
  • NATO approved: OX 7102-C – 6625 14 549 3558
  • On-site contractor maintenance – industrial or electronic
  • “Internal” plant maintenance
  • Installations and start-up
  • Industrial Process
  • Quality control
  • Research and laboratory – engineers or technicians
Product Description:
The Model OX 7102-C is the perfect tool for both laboratory and field testing. Ease-of-use of the instrument is facilitated through 33 specialized keys for direct access to commonly used functions. Ideal for field use, the Model OX 7102-C utilizes the patented new system of plug-and-play accessories, individual isolation of each of the measurement channels, a range of remote management capabilities based on an Ethernet link with web server, a number of built-in instruments, including a four channel TRMS multimeter. The large 320 x 240 full color LCD screen provides detailed graphical and alphanumerical representations of all measurements and also functions as a touch screen. Using the convenient stylus, the various “Windows-like” menus can be opened or pulled down and executed. The stylus can also be used for direct action on graphic elements such as cursors, triggers, zooming, etc.
  • Comprehensive triggering functions to record only what is necessaryThe AEMC® Instruments OX 7100 series are the first oscilloscopes in this category to offer sophisticated triggering functions that go beyond primary triggering on a front, or even on a pulse duration. The delay mode allows observation of any event with maximum resolution, even if it occurs long after the actual triggering. For example, the counting mode makes it possible to count events prior to triggering, in order to check the content of digital frames. Triggering can also be associated with a TV signal.
  • Complete automatic measurements for precise analysis  The automatic measurements window displays up to 18 parameters for any signal. For a clear analysis, two markers identify the portion of the signal where the first automatic measurement was made. A specific measurement zone can then be selected by outlining it with manual cursors, for a reliable and more precise result. A direct comparison of two waveforms is performed by checking “variation from reference memory”, in order to display up to18 parameters of the signal as differences from the reference.
  • Math functions  In oscilloscope mode, the math functions (1, 2, 3 and 4) can be used on each trace to define a mathematical function and vertical scaling in actual physical unit(s). The real-time on-screen display capability of the mathematical editor presents four calculated trace results, on which all cursor-selected and automatic measurements are available. It is therefore possible to examine waveforms as power, for example (V x I), and make all associated measurements. Many math functions are available, for example +, -, x, /, as well as sine, cosine, exponent, logarithm, square root, etc., giving access to your exact application.
  • Real-time Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) for frequency analysis  The FFT is used to calculate, at 2,500 points, the discrete representation of a signal in the frequency domain from its representation in the time domain. It is a powerful means to effectively diagnose and analyze signal quality:
    • Measurement of the various harmonics and distortion of a signal
    • Analysis of impulse response
    • The search for a noise source in logical circuits and much more
    Several weighting windows are available including Rectangle, Hanning, Hamming and Blackman, along with two representation modes, linear and logarithmic (scale in dB). The two cursors can then be used to make precise measurements of frequency spikes, levels, and attenuations, taking advantage of the 80dB dynamic range allowed by the 12-bit / 1-GS/s conversion. The autoset makes it easier to obtain an optimum spectral representation on which a graphic zoom can be applied in order to analyze all details of the spectrum.
  • TRMS Digital Multimeter  Pressing the meter key gives access to the multimeter function. The Model OX 7104 includes a four-channel TRMS digital multimeter where the Model OX 7102 includes a two-channel digital multimeter – the basic instruments for all diagnostics – measures amplitude (AC and DC voltage and current, power, thermocouples, etc.), resistance, continuity, capacitance and to test components. The PT 100 configuration can be used to measure a temperature based on 100Ω resistive RTD. All sensors used can be scaled to their true physical unit for optimum application efficiency.
  • Harmonic Analyzer (optional)  Harmonic analysis is a basic function for all users in the fields of power distribution, electrical engineering and power electronics. With the optional Harmonic Analysis firmware installed, the Model OX 7104-CK can display harmonics up to the 31st for signals having fundamental frequencies between 40 and 450Hz. Harmonic analysis can be displayed on all channels simultaneously, in real-time.
  • High-Speed Digital Recorder (optional)  For users who must track variations of physical or mechanical phenomena, a high-speed digital recorder, with sample rates as fast as 800μs and recording times up to one month, can be incorporated into the instrument. The Recorder offers the ability to monitor thresholds and tolerance windows with triggering of long-term storage of the phenomenon observed and the automatic capture of successive time-stamped faults (510 defaults and up to 127,5000 samples). Analysis can be performed on the instrument itself (even mathematical calculations using values from more than one channel) or standard “.TXT” files exported to a spreadsheet.
Screen Specifications Color 5.7″ LCD (115 x 86mm) 320 x 240 – CCFL backlighting
Display Mode Vectors with interpolation – 500 samples on screen
No. of Traces on Screen Four traces and four references – Split screen and full screen modes (tracing zone 110 x 74)
Front Panel Control 32 direct shortcuts
Screen Control Touch screen – “Windows-like” menus and graphic commands
Languages Five complete languages, menus and on-line help (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian)
Bandwidth 100MHz
Channels Two isolated channels
Input Impedance 1MΩ ± 0.5% approx. 17pF
Maximum Permanent Input Voltage 600V Cat. III – Derating -20dB/decade from 100kHz
Vertical Sensibility 16 ranges from 2.5mV to 200V/div
Accuracy ±1.5%
Vertical Zoom x5 maximum
Probe Factors 1 / 10 / 100 / 1000 or scaling to any value – Definition of the measurement unit
Time Base Speed 35 ranges from 1ns/div to 200s/div
Accuracy ±1.5%
Horizontal Zoom x10 maximum
Mode Auto, trigger, single, Auto 50%
Source CH1, CH4
Type Front, pulse or delay (40ns/20s), count (2/16384) or TV (525 or 625 lines)
Coupling AC, DC, HFR, LFR, noise reduction – Hold-off adjustable from 40ns to 1s
Sensitivity 0.6 div to 1KHz / 1.5 div to 150MHz
Maximum Sampling Speed 25GS/s in ETS – 1GS/s in one-shot (on each channel)
Vertical Resolution 12 bits
Memory Capacity per Channel “TRC” approx. 10kB, “TXT” approx. 20kB
User Memory 1MB
Other Modes Envelope mode (Factors from 2 to 64)
XY Mode Between two from the four traces – math functions and cursors
Autoset Complete autoset at less than 3s, with recognition of channels – Frequency > 30Hz
FFT Analyzer and Math Functions FFT, + , – , x , / – Editor of mathematical functions
Cursors Two or three cursors : V and T simultaneous or Phase Resolution 12-bit, display four digits
Automatic Measurements 18 level or time measurements, phase measurements – Resolution 12-bit, display four digits
AC, DC, AC + DC voltage From 400.0mV to 600VRMS or 800VDC – Accuracy VDC 0.5 % R+ 5D – bandwidth 45kHz
Resistance 80.00 to 32.00M – Precision 0.5 % R+ 25D – Rapid 10-ms continuity test
Other Measurements Capacities 5.000nF to 5.000mF/Frequency 45kHz – Diode test 3.3V
RECORDER (optional)
Acquisition Rate Sampling interval from 800μs to 18mn approximately
Duration of Recording From 2s to 31 days
Acquisition Mode Conditional on thresholds or windows – Normal or “510-faults” acquisition
Time stamped graphic recording, conversion and units of physical quantities, ) measurement using cursors and search for events, standard file format usable in spreadsheets (.TXT
Analysis Span Even or odd orders up to 31, or first 16 orders
Operation Permanent display: total RMS value and total harmonic distortion – Order selected: % F, phase, freq, VRMS
Configurations Memories Unlimited – “.CFG” file size approx. 1kB
Ethernet Network Printing RS-232 or Centronics (options) 11 black and white or color drivers : IBM Proprinter, Epson ESC/P, Canon HP PCL, Seiko DPU411,Postscript Image files: “.BMP” 10kB, “.GIF” approx. 5kB (storage in memory transfer by RS-232 or Ethernet)
Local via Ethernet 10 MB or RS 232 (option) – Remote via 10 MB Ethernet and web server included“SX-METRO” application software for PC (option)
Power Source
9.6V/3.8 A/h battery pack – Approx. 4h between charges – Adjustable power-saving switchingMulti-voltage 98-254V / 47-63Hz – Fast charge in two hours (oscilloscope off)
10.25 x 7.25 x 2″ (261 x 185 x 53mm)
4.2 lbs (1.9kg) with batteries
pdf_pic Downloads: Specifications                                         Comparison Chart
index mail web