• YOKOGAWA

DL9000 (Digital Signal Oscilloscopes)
Bench top Series 500MHz and 1GHz Bandwidth

High Performance, Compact 4 channel Scope

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Features

  • Lineup includes 4 channel, 500MHz or 1GHz bandwidth models
  • 4CH Analog +16 /32bit Logic
  • High speed waveform acquisition and history memory
  • Fast and powerful analysis of logic channels
  • Capture and separate anomalies easily with History Memory
  • Versatile zoom and search functions
  • Powerful dual-window waveform zoom, search, and analysis
    — Extract the desired waveforms for detailed analysis
  • Extensive (Advanced) trigger functions — for analyzing the most complex waveforms
  • Real time filter and High resolution mode — for precision waveform observation
  • Computation functions — quickly analyze information ‘hiding’ in waveforms
IIII [+] Options and Applications

Options

  • Serial bus trigger and analysis (optional: CAN, LIN, UART, I2C, SPI, User-defined)
  • Measuring Switching Loss with History Statistics
  • Power Supply Analysis Function
  • Harmonic Analysis of Power Supply Current Based on EN61000-3-2

Applications

  • ideal for developing embedded systems
  • Analysis and Evaluation of Switching Power Supplies
  • Analysis for R&D
  • Automotive<
  • Education
  • Serial bus debug

Description

The DL9000 Series is a 4 channel oscilloscope with a bandwidth up to 1.5 GHz combined with the industry’s fastest waveform acquisition time. Capture long windows of signal activity while maintaining fine timing resolution with flexible application oriented triggers, by providing deep record length of 6.25 Mpoints on all channels. Store, measure and compare up to 2000 waveforms, allowing you to capture infrequent signal anomalies. Use the history function with appropriate high-speed filters to examine abnormal signals, enabling you analyze and debug your application quickly.

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The DL9000 MSO matches sample rate and memory depth between analog and logic channels, so that signals are correlated, and with an unrestricted 5GS/sec logic sample rate, results in minimal timing uncertainty.

The DL9000 can perform I2C, SPI and CAN bus analysis with the different available options and triggers. Discriminate between partial software failures and physical-layer waveform problems when troubleshooting systems by observing the physical-layer characteristics of signals. Easy to use, the DL9000 makes the most challenging measurements quickly and accurately to simplify complex waveform signals.
 
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Model: Yokogawa DL9000 DSO – Digital Storage Oscilloscopes
Models
DL9040 DL9040L DL9140 DL9140L DL9240 DL9240L
Maximum sample rate 5GS/s 5GS/s 5GS/s 5GS/s 10 GS/s 10 GS/s
Frequency bandwidth 500 MHz 500 MHz 1.0 GHz 1.0 GHz 1.5 GHz 1.5 GHz
Maximum Record length 2.5 Mpts 6.25Mpts 2.5 Mpts 6.25Mpts 2.5 Mpts 6.25 Mpts
Channel 4 ch 4 ch 4 ch 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: 5 Vrms or less, or 10 Vpeak or less
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: For each channel, select from 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, and 8 kHz (separately configurable on each of channels CH1 to CH4); Limit implemented with analog (200 MHz, 20 MHz) and digital filters (IIR+ FIR)
Max. Sampling Rate
 
Interleave mode ON 5 GS/s
Interleave mode OFF 2.5 GS/s
Repetitive sampling mode: 2.5TS/s
Time axis setting range: 500 ps/div to 50 s/div (steps of 1-2-5)
Time base accuracy: ±0.001%
Max. acquisition rate: When using 1.25 MW, 60 waveforms/sec/ch
When using 12.5 kW, 9000 waveforms/sec/ch
When using 2.5 kW, 25000 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 2 (front panel (1), rear panel (1))
Supported card GPIB card (National Instruments NI PCMCIA-GPIB card),
Flash ATA memory card (PC card TYPE II), CF card + adapter
card, and various hard disk type PC cards
Storage
Built-in storage media 40 GB FAT32 (optional)
Flash ROM 90-MB flash ROM (standard)
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
Operating Temperature: 5C° to 40C°
Dimensions: 350(W) x 200(H) x 285(D) mm
Weight: Approx. 7.7 kg

High Speed Response

Never miss the waveforms you want to capture.
  • High-Speed Display and Updating at up to 2.5 Million waveforms/s and Megawords of Data from 4 Analog Inputs with the least compromise.
    — You need a fast waveform update rate to maximize your chance of catching that infrequent waveform variation. You also need an oscilloscope that doesn’t become sluggish and unresponsive with processor intensive functions or deep memory enabled. Yokogawa’s Advanced Data Stream Engine (ADSE) is unmatched in this area.
  • Maximum update rate:
    25,000 waveforms/sec (2.5kW, Normal Trigger Mode)
    2,500,000 waveforms/sec (2.5kW, N Single Trigger Mode)
    Maximum update rate in math mode:
    60 waveforms/sec (1 MW, when performing channel addition)
    12 waveforms/sec (5 MW, when performing channel addition)
    Maximum update rate in parameter measurement mode:
    60 waveforms/sec (1 MW, when measuring a channel’s maximum value)
    16 waveforms/sec (5 MW, when measuring a channel’s maximum value)

History Memory Function

— Other oscilloscopes show you digitally persisted acquisitions in just one display layer. What if there is a signal buried within the "fuzz" you would like to separate? With the DL9000, not only can you toggle digital persistence (accumulation) on or off, Yokogawa’s unique "history memory" also allows you to separate and view previously acquired data individually.
  • High speed update
    The DL9000 Series DSO Models not only updates the display at high speed, but also include a function to recal up to 2000 screens worth of past waveforms.
    High-speed screen updating alone does not allow users to take full advantage of the digital oscilloscope. Rather, the ability to redisplay and analyzing individual waveforms unleash the digital oscilloscope’s full potential.

Search & Zoom

— Even if waveforms are displayed at high speed and held in the oscilloscope’s acquisition memory, it does not help if it then takes time for the user to find the desired phenomena. Functions for searching and zooming acquired waveform data are key to increasing engineering efficiency.
  • The DL9000 Series DSO Models include powerful functions for searching the memory for desired waveforms, and zoom functions for observing these waveforms in detail. In addition to searching based on criteria such as signal edge, pulse, and multichannel state, you can search the history memory by waveform patterns and waveform parameters. You can quickly find the desired waveform data in the memory, enlarge the area with the zoom function, and scroll the data. These processes are carried out by the hardware at high speeds, eliminating wasteful wait times after operating the oscilloscope.

Dual-window Zoom function simultaneously zooms in on two areas

  • Two individual zoom factors and positions can be set with independent time scales and displayed simultaneously. Also, using the auto scroll function, you can automatically scroll waveforms captured in long memory and change the position of the zoom areas. Choose any display position with forward, backward, fast forward, pause, and other controls. Dual-window zoom function
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A variety of search functions

— DL9000 Series DSO Models have a variety of waveform search functions, enabling you to detect abnormal signals or find specific serial or parallel data patterns. Data search types include:
  • State search (based on high/low states of one or more channels)
  • Serial pattern search (I²C/SPI/CAN/general-purpose pattern)
  • Zone search
  • Waveform window search
  • Waveform parameter search (measured parameters, FFT, etc.)
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Display of up to 2,000 Overlaid waveforms using History Memory
  • Zone search
  • Waveform window search
  • Waveform parameter search

Eye Pattern Analysis and Mask Testing


Eye Pattern

  • This function automatically measures the waveform parameters of an eye pattern. Unlike the waveform parameter measurement of earlier DL series oscilloscopes, DSO Models can calculate parameters based on the eye pattern formed by the crossings of two or more waveforms.

Mask Testing

  • This function is used to evaluate the signal quality of high-speed data communication. Using Mask Editor software, a mask pattern is generated and loaded into DL9000 Series DSO Models.
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Math Functions (Addition, Subtraction, Integration, Edge Count, and Rotary Count)

  • You can calculate and display up to 8 math traces. The functions to choose from include: Filtering, +, -, x, Integration, Edge Count and Rotary Count. Since basic arithmetic operations are performed using hardware, the DL9000 can display results in real time.
  • Real-time Math Traces (Rotary Count) This function counts and displays the number of edges between 2 input signals (Phases A and B). E.g., if Phase B leads (negative phase sequence), this function counts down. This function can be used to check the rotational angle of a motor.
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Automated measurement of waveform parameters

  • You can automatically measure waveform parameters, including max., min., peak-peak, pulse width, period, frequency, rise time, fall time, and duty ratio.
  • Time domain waveform parameters such as pulse width, interval, and delay can be measured automatically for logic signals as well.
  • Waveform parameters can be calculated repeatedly every screen or period, and the statistical results (mean, maximum, minimum, standard deviation, etc.) of the waveform parameters can be displayed. Automated measurement of waveform parameters and statistical computations can also be performed on waveform data in history memory.
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Waveform Capture – Filter functions

To be able to observe signals after filtering out unnecessary components is extremely useful during circuit design. The DL9000 series is equipped
with two types of filters, the input stage filters and filters based on high-speed computation. You can filter out unnecessary signal components during
signal capture or apply high-speed filtering afterwards

  • Filters in the input stage:
    Analog filters: 200 MHz/20 MHz Real-time digital filters: 8 MHz/4 MHz/2 MHz/1 MHz/500 kHz/200 kHz/125 kHz/62.5 kHz/32 kHz/16 kHz/8 kHz
  • Filters based on computation:
    Select low pass or high pass filters with variable cutoff frequencies Display filtered waveforms in real time at up to 60 frames/sec. Simultaneously display both pre-filtered and post-filtered waveforms. Desired filter setting: The lowpass/highpass filter frequencies and cutoff frequency can be set to values from 0.01 Hz to 1.0 GHz.
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Waveform Analysis – Serial Bus Analysis (I2C, SPI, CAN*, LIN)

DL9000 Series MSO Models can perform I²C, SPI, LIN and CAN bus analysis with the different available options (/F5, /F7 and /F8).
Triggers for these bus types are standard features. These functions make it easy to discriminate between partial software failures and physical-layer waveform problems when troubleshooting systems by observing the physical-layer characteristics of signals.
Also, I²C, SPI and LIN bus analysis of logic signals are available, allowing you to simultaneously perform protocol analysis of the various buses using logic input channels, and signal analysis using 4 analog channels.
  • Serial data bus trigger functions
    A wide range of trigger conditions can be set, including triggers based on ID-Data combinations and combinations of a serial bus trigger and a regular edge trigger.
  • Real-time bus analysis-up to 15 updates/sec
    DL9000 Series MSO Models display protocol analysis results while bus signals are being captured.
  • Simultaneous analysis of different buses
    With the Dual-window Zoom function, DL9000 Series MSO Models can simultaneously analyze and display the waveform of buses running at different speeds.
  • Decode Display
    Analysis results of analog input channels can be displayed not only in a list, but also shown as a decode next to the waveform.
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CAN Bus Signal Analysis Function (/F7, /F8)

  • DL9000 Series is equipped with dedicated CAN triggers including Start of Frame, ID, Data, Remote Frame, and Error Frame. Additionally, you can now set up to four ID and Data combination bit conditions and activate triggers based on OR relationships of these combinations. With the protocol analysis results list which is shown in a time series fashion, you can check each frame’s analysis results (frame type, time from trigger point, ID, DLC, Data, and CRC), presence/absence of Ack, and the association with corresponding waveforms in a single screen. You can specify the type and other characteristics of fields and frames and search for corresponding waveforms in the captured CAN frame data.

LIN Bus Signal Analysis (Added to the /F7 and /F8 Option)

  • Triggering and analysis functions for LIN bus (widely used as an in-vehicle LAN protocol for car body applications) are available on the DL9000 Series. It is equipped with Break + Synch trigger. You can check waveforms and the protocol analysis results (list) along with the error information (Parity, CheckSum, TimeOut, etc.). You can analyze both LIN revision 1.3 and 2.0 conformity data existing on the same bus line simultaneously.

I2C and SPI Bus Analysis (/F5, F8)

  • Triggering and analysis functions for LIN bus (widely used as an in-vehicle LAN protocol for car body applications) are available on the DL9000 Series. It is equipped with Break + Synch trigger. You can check waveforms and the protocol analysis results (list) along with the error information (Parity, CheckSum, TimeOut, etc.). You can analyze both LIN revision 1.3 and 2.0 conformity data existing on the same bus line simultaneously.
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UART Signal Analysis (/F5, /F7, /F8)

  • General-purpose UART trigger and analysis can be supported.
    The UART trigger function can trigger on stop bit of each data frame. Analysis number, time from trigger position, binary and hexadecimal notation of data, errors, and other added information can be linked with the waveforms and displayed in the same screen as analysis results. The UART analysis results can also be displayed in ASCII. Grouping display is supported for easy identification of serial messages over 2 bytes.
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Auto Setup Dedicated to Serial Busses (/F5, /F7, /F8)

Parameter Measurements and Statistical Computations for Power Supply For Example: Power and Power Factor
  • Using the Auto setup function dedicated for serial buses, you can have the instrument automatically enter settings for record length, time axis (T/div), triggers, and analysis by simply specifying bus type and source (input) channel. After that, it will automatically display bus waveforms and analysis results (list and decoding). This frees you from tedious analysis setup.
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Power Supply Analysis Function (/G4)

  • Simply select voltage and current channels in a dedicated setup menu to add power-specific parameters to the waveform parameters of the selected channels. See the specifications on the reverse side of this leaflet for the dedicated parameters (types) that are added. You can also calculate the Joule-integral (I²t) required for fuse characterization.

Statistical Computation and Trend Display of Cycle-by-Cycle Switching Loss

  • For example, in a active power factor correction circuit running in critical conduction mode, fluctuations in the switching frequency and switching current of the modulating signal, relative to the input voltage of the commercial power supply, can be displayed simultaneously along with the input voltage waveform.
    The DL9000 also lets you view cycle-by-cycle switching loss in a list or as a trend line. Variations between power on and steady operation can easily be seen.
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Measuring Switching Loss with History Statistics

  • With high speed acquisition (max. 2.5 million waveforms/sec.) and the history statistics function, you can compute statistical values and total loss of the switching loss waveforms across multiple intervals. By specifying a computation range, you can also compute the loss when switching ON and OFF, separately.
    The number of history waveforms (Cnt = number of switching cycles) and their statistical computation results are displayed in the figure to the right.
    The difference in the current probe and voltage probe signal propagation time (skew) can be automatically corrected. This is useful for accurate measurement and computation of switching loss. A deskew correction signal source (model 701935, sold separately) is available.

Dedicated Waveform Computations for Power Supply Analysis

  • Quickly perform waveform computations of active power, impedance, and Joule-integral (I²t), and display the resulting waveforms. Simply select the desired function and source input channels from the menu to display the computed waveform.
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Harmonic Analysis of Power Supply Current Based on EN61000-3-2

  • Harmonics generated by the target device under test are compared to the harmonic values allowed in by the IEC standard, based on the applicable class of device (classes A-D). Bar graphs and lists can be displayed for comparing the harmonic limit levels and the actual measured harmonic levels. Measured harmonic levels exceeding the specified limit are highlighted for easy identification.
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User-Defined Computation (/G2)

  • (The power supply analysis function option (/G4) includes the user-defined math option (/G2).)
  • Four user-defined waveforms can be defined (MATH1-MATH4) and used simultaneously in computations. In addition to a wealth of computation functions, twenty-six measurement parameters can be used in the equations. For example, you can normalize data using the amplitude of a measurement parameter. Up to 6.25 MWords per channel can be computed. Math waveforms can also be used in X-Y graphs, FFT displays, histogram analysis, and other functions.
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/C12 LXI Compliant Ethernet Interface Options

  • (The power supply analysis function option (/G4) includes the user-defined math option (/G2).) Four user-defined waveforms can be defined (MATH1-MATH4) and used simultaneously in computations. In addition to a wealth of computation functions, twenty-six measurement parameters can be used in the equations. For example, you can normalize data using the amplitude of a measurement parameter. Up to 6.25 MWords per channel can be computed. Math waveforms can also be used in X-Y graphs, FFT displays, histogram analysis, and other functions.

Built-in Printer (/B5)

  • This built-in thermal paper printer provides a convenient way to print out what is shown on the DL9000′s display.

100 Base TX/ 10 Base T Ethernet (/C10)

Parameter Measurements and Statistical Computations for Power Supply For Example: Power and Power Factor
  • Simply select voltage and current channels in a dedicated setup menu to add power-specific parameters to the waveform parameters of the selected channels. See the specifications on the reverse side of this leaflet for the dedicated parameters (types) that are added. You can also calculate the Joule-integral (I²t) required for fuse characterization.
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
 
  • Power Cable
  • 3 prong-to-2 prong adapter
  • PB500 passive probe
  • Logic probe 701981 (when -L0 is specified)
  • Logic probe 701981 (when -L2 is specified)
  • Logic probe 701981 (when -L4 is specified)*
  • Printer roll paper (when option /B5 is specified)
  • User’s manual (1 set)
  • Front panel cover
  • Rubber leg cap (2 per order)
  • Soft case
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
  701943 — 10 MΩ(10:1), 500 MHz, 1.5 m(one per order) — Passive probe PB500(10:1 passive probe)
PBL5000
arrow 701974— 5 GHz — low capacitance probe This 10:1 and 20:1 selectable passive probe is used with the 50 ohm input setting on the DL9000. The change in attenuation is realized by changing resistance on the tip of the 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 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 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.
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 DL9000 MSO 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 DL9000 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)
arrow 701932 — DC to 100 MHz BW, 30 Arms— Current probe Bandwidth: DC to 2/10/50/100 MHz; current measurement: Max 30/150/500 A
1 MΩ BNC inputs without the need for an external amplifier
arrow 701933 — DC to 50 MHz BW, 30 Arms — Current probe Bandwidth: DC to 2/10/50/100 MHz; current measurement: Max 30/150/500 A
1 MΩ BNC inputs without the need for an external amplifier
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)
Logic Probes
  701988 — (PBL100) Logic Probe 1 MΩ input resistance, toggle frequency of 100 MHz
  701989 — (PBL250) Logic Probe 100 kΩ input resistance, toggle frequency of 250 MHz
Miscellaneous
arrow 701934 PROBE POWER SUPPLY A power supply for current probes, FET probes, and differential probes. Supplies power for up to four probes, including large current probes.
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.
  B9988AE — Printer roll paper — Lot size is 10 rolls,10 meters each ForDL9000 MSO 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