Teledyne LeCroy announces scopes with more bandwidth, acquisition memory and software

April 04, 2018 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Teledyne LeCroy has announced the WaveSurfer 3000z oscilloscopes, which expand the existing WaveSurfer 3000 bandwidth range above and below that of earlier models, while also bolstering functionality for power-electronics testing. In addition, the new models provide more processing power and memory.

All WaveSurfer 3000z oscilloscopes feature a large 10.1-inch capacitive touch screen, a vast set of debug and analysis tools, multi-instrument capabilities, feature/option upgrades, and support for a wider probe range. The WaveSurfer 3000z comes in five models with bandwidths from 100 MHz to 1 GHz and sample rates up to 4 GS/s.

The WaveSurfer 3000z adds a 100-MHz version that brings the powerful features of the WaveSurfer 3000 to an entry-level price, and a highly affordable, yet equally feature-loaded 1-GHz model. The 100-MHz version addresses the requirements of general-purpose debugging and validation tasks, while the 1-GHz model serves users looking for the bandwidth to tackle sophisticated applications such as higher-speed serial communications test and RF signal analysis.

The WaveSurfer 3000z combines an entirely new CPU engine, an improved internal-communications bus, and up to 20 Mpoints of acquisition memory, twice that of the WaveSurfer 3000, to facilitate rapid and responsive oscilloscope operation. Meanwhile, the 10.1-inch capacitive touch screen combines with Teledyne LeCroy's MAUI user interface to give users a better look at waveforms and deeper insight into signal abnormalities.

Available for the WaveSurfer 3000z, a Power Analysis software package performs detailed analysis of line power, control loops, and system/device power performance. The oscilloscope's fast display update rate of 130,000 waveforms/s makes it easy to identify anomalies during power analysis.


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