RIGOL has introduced the DHO900 series, a high-performance and cost-effective digital oscilloscope that boasts impressive capabilities despite its compact design. This series offers exceptional features, including a remarkable capture rate of up to 1,000,000 waveforms per second (in UltraAcquire Mode), 50 Mpts memory depth, a 12-bit resolution, and minimal noise.
The DHO900 series also provides support for 16 digital channels, allowing for comprehensive analysis of both analog and digital signals, making it well-suited for embedded design and testing scenarios. What sets it apart is that it offers access to features such as auto serial and parallel bus analysis, bode plot analysis, and various other functions typically found in higher-end instruments. All of this comes at an affordable price point similar to that of an entry-level instrument, making it an ideal choice for meeting testing requirements in fields such as research and development, education, and scientific research.
- Ultra-low noise floor, purer signal, never miss the small signals
- Up to 12 bits resolution for all the models of this series
- Max. analog bandwidth of 250 MHz, 4 analog channels
- 16 digital channels (std.), logic probe required to be purchased if needed
- Max. real-time sample rate of 1.25 GSa/s
- Max. memory depth of 50 Mpts
- Vertical sensitivity range: 200 μV/div to 10 V/div
- Max. capture rate of 1,000,000 wfms/s (in UltraAcquire mode)
- Digital phosphor display with real-time 256-level intensity grading
- Integrates the AFG function, bode plot analysis, histogram, digital signal analysis, and etc
- Waveform search and navigation function allows you to debug the signal anomalies faster
- 7″ (1024×600) capacitive multi-touch screen
- Brand new Flex Knob brings a user-friendly experience
- USB Device & Host, LAN, and HDMI interfaces (std.) for all the models of this series
- Novel and delicate industrial design, easy to operate
- Unique online upgrade
The DHO900 is extraordinarily compact while still remaining incredibly feature rich. When compared to the DHO4000, the difference in size is easily noticed.
The small form factor easily allows the DHO900 to be used as a portable handheld instrument that can be powered by a battery bank.