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GW Instek Portable Analog Oscilloscope, 100MHz Bandwidth, 16kV Accelerating Potential

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Price: $742.36 - $1,315.57
Product Specifications
Brand Name GW Instek
Body Style benchtop
Item Depth 455 millimeters
Number of Items 1
Overall Height 150  mm
Overall Width 310  mm
UNSPSC Code 41113638

The GOS-6100 Series is a 100MHz, two-channel, dual-sweep, and portable oscilloscope for general p... Read full product description



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Product Features

  • 100MHz Bandwidth, Dual Channel, Delayed Sweep
  • 10 Sets Memory for Front Panel Setting Save & Recall
  • Time Base Auto-range
  • Cursor Readout with 7 Measurements
  • Panel Setup Lock of Digital-Control Functions

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  • ASIN: B00DVTEZGC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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Product Description

The GOS-6100 Series is a 100MHz, two-channel, dual-sweep, and portable oscilloscope for general purpose use. A microprocessor-based operating system controls most of the functions of the instrument, including cursor readout and digitized panel setting. On-screen alphanumeric readout and cursor function for voltage, time, frequency and phase measurement provide extraordinary operational convenience. The advance Time Base Auto-rang function conveniently acquires waveforms at the push of button (GOS-6103/ 6103C). Ten different user defined instrument settings (GOS-6103/ 6103C) can be saved and recalled without restriction. The vertical deflection system has two input channels. Each channel has 11 basic deflection factors from 2mV to 5V per division. The horizontal deflection system provides single, dual or delayed sweeps from 0.5s to 50ns per division (delayed sweep, 50ms to 50ns per division). The trigger system provides stable triggering over the full bandwidth of the vertical deflection system.

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The guy that wrote the first comment obviously don't know anything about oscilloscope.
Nothing, NOTHING can replace an analog oscilloscope because it do things that a digital oscilloscope will never do.

The analog oscilloscope have much more wave resolution in real time and is not a calculated artificially created wave form based on algorithms of samples as the digital ascolloscope do.
You can put a $3000 dollar digital oscilloscope to a video signal and it will not work, it will show a bunch of unintelligible lines, but a $400 dollars analogue oscilloscope show the signal in real time exactly as it is.

A serious electronic shop must have both oscilloscopes (digital and analog)
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Charles A. Schuler on July 23, 2013
The problem with this oscilloscope is the performance/cost ratio. It works as it should but, for about the same money, digital oscilloscopes are now available that make it look like a poor choice.

Not too long ago it was advantageous to have a true phosphor (CRT) scope. One example is that CRT scopes show more intensity on the screen for signal segments that occur more often. This is an advantage for waveforms such as amplitude modulation. Now, with digital phosphor scopes, the advantage has mostly evaporated.

Another problem is the user manual ... too brief to explain confusing issues that can occur when using the scope. As an example, the scope can become non-responsive with certain button presses. There is no troubleshooting section.

If you really need a CRT scope, a four-star rating would be appropriate.

No problems with build quality, shipping, cosmetic appearance ...
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