• YOKOGAWA

DL6000 (Digital Storage Oscilloscopes)
Bench top Series 500MHz, 1GH and 1.5GHz Bandwidth Models

High-speed oscilloscope – wide bandwidth, compact and lightweight

Features

  • Lineup includes 4 channel, 500MHz, 1GHz or 1.5GHz bandwidth models
  • High speed waveform acquisition and history memory
  • Intuitive Operation and High Performance
  • Wide range of trigger functions
  • Real time filter and High resolution mode — for precision waveform observation
  • Search & Zoom — Extract the desired waveforms for detailed analysis
  • Automated measurement of waveform parameters — Automatically display numeric values
  • Computation functions — quickly analyze information ‘hiding’ in waveforms

Options

  • Serial bus trigger and analysis (optional: CAN, LIN, UART, I2C, SPI, User-defined)
  • Power Analysis, User defined Math (optional)
  • Power supply analysis function (optional) — analyzing switching circuit characteristics

Applications

  • ideal for developing embedded systems
  • Analysis for R&D
  • High performance waveform analysis

Description

The DL6000 are high-performance digital storage oscilloscopes. There are 3 available models with bandwidths from 500 MHz, 1 GHz and 1.5 GHz, and memory of 6.25M points per channel, intuitive graphical user interface and advanced analysis features.

The DL6000 series are easy to use and have an extensive range of capabilities for waveform characterization, from powerful tools for detecting glitches and anomalies, advanced signal enhancement, noise reduction technologies, and a range of options for serial-bus analysis, Digital filters, power supply analysis, cycle-by cycle switching loss, user defined MATH, powerful computation for FFT and more.

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The History function allows the user to recall and display previously acquired data from up to 2000 screens’ worth of past waveforms ideal for troubleshooting and analysis, you can search memory for desired waveforms, and zoom functions for observing waveforms in detail.

Powerful trigger functions include the ability to set trigger conditions using a logic signal as the source. Various trigger conditions can be combined to capture only the desired signals.

Serial bus analysis function for I2C, SPI, CAN LIN and UART bus systems allow the user to trigger and analyze the desired bus. Hardware acceleration allows for serial bus analysis to be carried out in real-time, making it easy to discriminate between partial software failures and physical-layer waveform problems.
 
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Literature and Technical Information
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Test & Measurement

++ DL6000 | Brochure (3.5 MB)
++ DL6000 | Power Supply Analysis Function(/G4 Option) (2.8 MB)
++ DL6000 | Manual (19 MB)
++ DL6000 |Communication Interface (4.5 MB)
++ DL6000 | Serial Bus Signal Triggering and Analysis Function (7.0 MB)
Software
++ XViewer Software (10.6 MB)
++ MATLAB Software (3.15 kB)
++ X-Wirepuller Software (991 kB)
++ Mask Pattern Editor (799 kB)
Model: Yokogawa DL6000 Series with 4 analog input channels [ Digital storage oscilloscopes ]
DSO Models DL6054 DL6104 DL6154
Maximum sample rate 5GS/s 5GS/s 10GS/s
Frequency bandwidth 500 MHz 1.0 GHz 1.5 GHz
Maximum record length 6.25Mpts 6.25Mpts 6.25Mpts
Channels 4 ch 4 ch 4 ch
Display
Display: 8.4-inch (21.3 cm) TFT color liquid crystal display
Screen size: 170.5 mm (W) x 127.9 mm (H)
Total pixels: 1024×768 (XGA) (waveform display pixels 800 x 640)
Analog input
Input coupling setting: AC, DC, GND, DC50 Ω
Input impedance: 1 MΩ±1.0%, approximately 20 pF | 50 Ω±1.5%
Voltage axis sensitivity setting range: 1 MΩ: 2 mV/div to 5 V/div (steps of 1-2-5)
50 Ω: 2 mV/div to 500 mV/div (steps of 1-2-5)
Max. input voltage: 1 MΩ: 150 Vrms CATl (when frequency is 1 kHz or less)
50 Ω: Must not exceed 5 Vrms or less, or 10 Vpeak
DC accuracy: 1 MΩ: ±(1.5% of 8 div + offset voltage accuracy)
50 Ω: ±(1.5% of 8 div + offset voltage accuracy)
Offset voltage accuracy: 2 mV/div to 50 mV/div: ±(1% of setting + 0.2 mV)
100 mV/div to 500 mV/div: ±(1% of setting + 2 mV)
1 V/div to 5 V/div: ±(1% of setting + 20 mV)
A/D Resolution: 8 bit (25LSB/div)
Bandwidth limit: FULL/200 MHz/20 MHz/8 MHz/4 MHz/2 MHz/1 MHz/500 kHz/250 kHz/ 125 kHz/62.5 kHz/32 kHz/16 kHz/8 kHz (can be set for each channel, can be set independently on CH1 to CH4)
Max. Sampling Rate DL6054 DL6104 DL6154
Interleave mode ON 5 GS/s 5 GS/s 10 GS/s
Interleave mode OFF 2.5 GS/s 2.5 GS/s 5 GS/s
Repetitive sampling mode: 2.5TS/s 2.5TS/s 2.5TS/s
Time axis setting range: 500 ps/div to 50 s/div (steps of 1-2-5)
Time base accuracy: ±0.001%
Time axis setting accuracy: ±(0.001% + 10 ps + 1 sample time)
Max. acquisition rate: 1.25 Mpts: 60 waveforms/sec/ch
12.5 kpts: 9,000 waveforms/sec/ch
2.5 kpts: 25,000 waveforms/sec/ch
Dead time in N Single mode Min. 400 ns or less (equivalent to 2.5 million waveforms/sec)
Built-in Printer (/B5 Option)
Print type Thermal line/dot matrix
Paper width 112 mm
Effective print width 104 mm (832 dots)
PC Card Interface
Slots 1 (rear panel)
Supported card GPIB
(National Instruments NI PCMCIA-GPIB card or compatible)
Flash ATA memory card (PC card TYPE II),
CF card + adapter card, various HDD type PC cards
Storage
Built-in storage media Capacity Standard approximately 390 MB
Flash ROM approximately 3.7 GB
Application Saving and loading waveforms/panel settings
Environment
Power supply: 100 to 120 VAC/200 to 240 VAC (auto switching) /50/60Hz
Power consumption: Max 300 VA
Withstand voltage
(power supply to case):
1.5 kVAC, for one minute
Operating Temperature: 5C° to 40C°
Dimensions: 350(W) x 200(H) x 178(D) mm
Mounting: Direct panel mounting; mounting bracket, one each for upper and lower mounting
Weight: Approx. 6.5 kg

High-Speed Acquisition and History Memory

Never miss the waveforms you want to capture.

  • High Acquisition Rate Unchanged Even When Displaying Logic Signals
    — During continuous measurement : Up to 25,000 times per second per channel
    In N Single mode : Up to 2.5 million times per second per channel
    Waveform update rate determines your probability of catching an intermittent glitch. On other mixed signal oscilloscopes, enabling the logic inputs severely impacts waveform update rate. The DL6000 maintains waveform update rates so you can detect abnormalities and transients in your analog or logic channels
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  • High-speed acquisition means you can even capture instantly — On most oscilloscopes, to observe and analyze abnormalities such as unpredictable noise in detail, you have to devise clever trigger settings and re-measure the event. But with the DL6000 there is no need to re-measure the phenomena because once the event occurs, you can use the History Memory function to recall past waveforms that were originally displayed on screen.
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Search & Zoom

— Quickly extract locations and abnormalities you wish to analyze from the acquired waveform data, and zoom in anywhere on waveform details.
The DL6000 series has enhanced Search and Zoom functions for searching for desired portions of waveform data and observing those waveforms in detail.

  • Search function for extracting abnormal phenomena The search function can search both analog and logic signals in History Memory (History Search)
  • Main Search Functions:
  • State search (Hi/Lo setting of each channel)
  • Serial pattern (I2C, SPI, CAN, general-use pattern) search
  • Polygon zone search
  • Waveform zone search
  • Parameter search (Measured parameters, FFT, etc.)
  • Display two zoom areas simultaneously
  • Because the DL6000 series lets you set zoom factors independently, you can display two zoomed waveform areas with different time axis scales at the same time.
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Automated measurement of waveform parameters

  • Automated measurement of waveform parameters – Automatically display waveform values
  • Vertical waveform parameters such as amplitude, RMS
  • Time axis waveform parameters such as frequency, startup time
  • Delay time between specified signal edges
  • Automatic measurement of time axis waveform parameters is even possible on logic signals
  • Measurement Location Indicator indicates the measured location of a specified item
  • EDisplay the statistics on the automated measurement values of waveform parameters.
  • Normal statistical processing (Continuous)
  • Statistical processing for each period (Cycle)
  • Statistic
  • Measure a variety of parameters automatically Simply select the check boxes of parameters you wish to measure automatically in the setting screen’s parameter list.
    Simultaneously measure up to 16 parameters during acquisition. Additional measured values can be obtained in the analysis screen, or via PC communication.
  • You can measure waveform parameters of every cycle of a periodic waveform, and display results in lists and trend graphs. This is useful when evaluating period-by-period waveform fluctuations or loss in switching circuits.
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Real Time Filter and High Resolution Mode

  • Input Filters — The DL6000 can restrict filter out unwanted high frequency noise and expose only the frequency bandwidth of the signals you are working with. Every analog channel offers independent, real-time bandwidth filters.
  • Analog Filters: 200MHz / 20MHz
  • Real-time Digital Filters: 8MHz / 4MHz / 2MHz / 1MHz 500kHz / 250kHz / 125kHz / 62.5kHz / 32kHz/ 16kHz / 8kHz
  • High Resolution Mode — Digital oscilloscopes have offer excellent time resolution. However, nearly all digital oscilloscopes provide only 8-bits of vertical (voltage) resolution. With Yokogawa’s High Resolution mode (real-time FIR filter), the oscilloscope will over sample and reconstruct a higher resolution signal with resolutions of up to 12 bits. Unlike averaging, High Resolution mode does not require a repetitive signal and works on single shot acquisitions.
  • Switching Waveform Measurement — When measuring SMPS waveforms, highly precise evaluation is impossible due to the insufficient dynamic range offered by 8-bit oscilloscopes. In such cases, you can use High Resolution mode to raise the precision of the waveform as well as of any computed results.
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Serial bus analysis function

You can add on I2C, SPI, CAN, LIN, and other serial bus-specific trigger and analysis functions to your DL6000 series instrument. With these functions, you can trigger on specific serial bus parameters, and display the waveforms along with protocol analysis indicating the decoded serial bus information.

Moreover, the DL6000 series also comes with a "Serial Bus Auto-Setup" function to eliminate the tedious task of entering settings when starting the analysis.

  • Auto Setup Function for Serial Bus Analysis
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  • Display signal waveforms, protocol information, and decode information in real time — The DL6000 serial bus analysis function simultaneously displays these three pieces of information on screen in real time. You can link the protocol information with the waveform information, select data in the protocol list, and automatically display the corresponding part of the analog waveform. Check the protocol list to see whether transferred information is correct. If not, you can determine whether there were any electrical problems at the waveform level. In operational analysis of systems that include serial busses, this can be very useful for sorting out hardware from software problems.
  • Analyzing two busses at once — Both analog and logic inputs can be used for serial bus analysis. Also, two different serial busses can be analyzed at the same time. For example, you can analyze a CAN and LIN bus simultaneously, or use an MSO to analyze two SPI busses at once.
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Computation Functions

Digital filters, integrals, edge, rotary count, logic signal DA conversion computation, and FFT computation functions come standard. As these computations are hardware-based, results appear on screen quickly. Even computations that traditionally needed to be sent to a separate PC for processing can now be executed at high speed on the oscilloscope, thus greatly reducing the time and effort involved in computing and analyzing waveform data.

  • Digital Filter Computations — Digital filters, integrals, edge, rotary count, logic signal DA conversion computation, and FFT computation functions come standard. As these computations are hardware-based, results appear on screen quickly. Even computations that traditionally needed to be sent to a separate PC for processing can now be executed at high speed on the oscilloscope, thus greatly reducing the time and effort involved in computing and analyzing waveform data.
  • FFT Computation — You can perform FFT computation for analog signal waveforms or DA computation waveforms. This includes not only signal spectra, but also coherent and transfer functions.
  • User defined MATH — By combining basic math, trigonometric functions, differentials, digital filters,waveform parameters, and other values, you can define and execute equations and display the results along with the observed waveform.
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  • Power Supply Analysis Function (optional) — By using combinations of differential and current probes, you can evaluate switching loss or analyze safe operating area (SOA) in power supply waveforms. Through statistical computation you can also measure multiple switching waveforms and display loss on a per-week basis in lists and trends, or display statistics on aggregate loss of up to 2000 switching waveforms stored in History Memory. If precise calculations are required, a correction function and High Resolution mode are available.
  • Cycle-by-cycle switching loss statistics and trend display — It can be extremely useful to check for fluctuations in switching frequency or voltage modulated by the commercial power input voltage on screen, at the same time as the waveform of that input voltage. Fluctuations in cycle-by-cycle loss, peak current, and other phenomena can be checked in lists and trend graphs thereby allowing you to identify excessive changes from power-ON to stable operation.
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  • Waveform parameter measurement function for power supply analysis — Harmonic Analysis of Power Supply Current Based on EN61000-3-2 (IEC61000-3-2). Bar graphs and lists of harmonics can be displayed together with the appropriate limits for the device under test as defined by the IEC standard (supports device classes A-D). Any measured value which exceeds the limit is highlighted.
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
 
  • Power cord (with 3-prong to 2-prong adapter
  • Passive probe, model 701939 (500 MHz, 1.3 m)
  • Protective front cover
  • Soft carrying case for probes
  • Printer roll paper (for /B5 option)
  • Rubber leg cap 1 set
  • User’s manuals
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES (Brochure Download)
FET Probes
arrow 700939 — DC to 900 MHz bandwidth/2.5M/1.8pF — FET Probe The 700939 FET is an active probe with a frequency bandwidth of 900 MHz and attenuation
ratio of 10 : 1
Passive Probes
  701939 — 10 MΩ (10:1), 500 MHz, 1.3 m — Passive probe Passive Probe
Active Probes
arrow 701912 — DC to 1 GHz bandwidth/100kΩ/0.9pF — Active probe (PBA1000) Active Probe
arrow 701913 — DC to 2.5 GHz bandwidth/100kΩ/0.9pF — Active probe (PB2500) Active Probe
arrow 701914 —DC to 1.5 GHz bandwidth/100kΩ/0.9pF — Active probe (PBA1500) Active Probe
Differential Probes
arrow 700924 — DC to 100 MHz bandwidth/max. ±1400 V — Differential probe Differential probe capable of wide-band, high-voltage floating measurements
arrow 700925 — DC to 15 MHz bandwidth/max. ±500 V — Differential probe Input attenuation ratio: switch between 1/10, 1/100
arrow 701920 — DC to 500 MHz bandwidth/max. ±12 V —Differential Probe Accurately observe high-speed differential signals
arrow 701921 — DC to 100 MHz bandwidth/max. ±700 V — Differential Probe Bandwidth: DC to 100 MHz (-3 dB)
arrow 701922 — DC to 200 MHz bandwidth/max. ±20 V — Differential Probe Bandwidth: DC to 200 MHz (-3 dB)
arrow 701923 — DC to 2GHz bandwidth/50kΩ, ±5 V — Differential Probe This probe can be used in combination with the DL9000 or SB5000 series.
arrow 701924 — DC to 1 GHz bandwidth/1MΩ/max. ±25 V — Differential Probe This probe can be used in combination with the DL9000 or SB5000 series.
arrow 701926 —DC to 50MHz bandwidth / 50MΩ / max. ±5000 Vrms—Differential Probe High Voltage Differential Probe for the DL series
Current Probes
arrow 701928 — DC to 100 MHz bandwidth, 30 Arms— Current probe This probe doesn’t need an extra power connection (LEMO connector), can be recognized automatically and adjust zero position from the operation of the DL6000 series.
arrow 701929 — DC to 50 MHz bandwidth, 30 Arms — Current probe This probe doesn’t need an extra power connection (LEMO connector), can be recognized automatically and adjust zero position from the operation of the DL6000 series.
arrow 701930 — DC to 10 MHz bandwidth, 150 Arms — Current probe Bandwidth: DC to 10 MHz (-3dB)
arrow 701931 —DC to 2 MHz bandwidth, 500 Arms — Current probe Bandwidth: DC to 2 MHz (-3dB)
100:1 Probes
arrow 701944 — DC to 400 MHz, 1.2 m, 1000 Vrms —100:1 probe For the DC power supply model (/DC). Alligator clip type.
arrow 701945 — DC to 250 MHz, 3 m, 1000 Vrms —100:1 probe Bandwidth: DC to 2 MHz (-3dB)
Miscellaneous
arrow 701919 — Probe Stand — Round base, 1 arm Using a probe stand with a flexible arm and heavy base to hold and stabilize probes can simplify circuit board testing.
  700971 — Mini clip converter — For models 701938 and 701939 Mini clip converter
  700972 — BNC adapter — For models 701938 and 701939 BNC Adapter
  366945 — PCB adapter — For models 701938 and 701939,10 per set PCB Adapter
  366946 — Solder-in adapter —For models 701938 and 701939 1 adapter,red/black cables (3 ea.)
  B9988AE — Printer roll paper — Lot size is 10 rolls,10 meters each For DL6000 Series
arrow 701992 —Xviewer— For DL/WE series Software
arrow 701983-01 — Rack mount kit — EIA standard-compliant Mounting Kit
arrow 701983-02 — Rack mount kit — JIS standard-compliant Mounting Kit