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Rigol DS1102E 100MHz Digital Oscilloscope, Dual Analog Channels, 1 GSa/s Sampling, USB Storage

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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Rigol
Color Name White
EAN 0000888884877 , 6952131720804
Item Weight 5.29 pounds
Number of Items 1
Part Number DS1102E-DEMO
Size Name full size
UNSPSC Code 41113638
UPC 000888884877

The Rigol DS1102E Model is economical digital oscilloscope with high-performance, which is design... Read full product description



Product Features

  • 2 Analog channels plus external trigger
  • 1 Million point deep memory
  • 1 GSa/sec max sample rate
  • 5.7 inch TFT QVGA (320X240) with 64K color LCD backlit display
  • Trigger modes: edge, pulse width, slope, video, pattern, continuous time, and alternate

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 10 x 11 inches ; 5.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001VKCJ0M
  • Item model number: DS1102E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,045 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Rigol DS1102E 100MHz Digital Oscilloscope, Dual Analog Channels, 1 GSa/s Sampling, USB Storage + Hantek 2 X 100MHz Oscilloscope Clip Probes with Accessory Kit + Elenco Electronics TL-3 BNC to Minigrabber Test Lead Set
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Product Description

The Rigol DS1102E Model is economical digital oscilloscope with high-performance, which is designed with dual channels and 1 external trigger channel. It provides 20 types of wave parameters for automatically measuring, which contains 10 Voltage and 10 Time parameters. In cursor mode, users can easily measure by moving cursor. Besides, 3 types of cursor measurement are optional: Manual, Track and Auto. This DS1102E DSO provides powerful PC application software: UltraScope, which enables to: Capture and measure wave; Perform local or remote operation; Save waves as .bmp format; Save files as .txt or .xls format; Print waveforms. Other features include: Built-in help menu enables information getting more convenient, Multiple Language User Interface, support Chinese & English input; Support U disk and local files storage; Waveform intensity can be adjusted: To display a signal automatically by AUTO; Pop-up menu makes it easy to read and use. Unique waveform record and replay function Fine delayed scan function. Built-in FFT function, hold practical digital filters. Pass/Fail detection function enables to output testing results. Math operations available to multiple waves. Powerful PC application software UltraScope. Standard configuration interface: USB Device, USB Host , RS-232 and support U disk storage and PictBridge print standards. The new function Key Lock can meet the needs of industrial production

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Customer Reviews

This is a great general use scope.
Amazon Customer
It has some nice features like the auto measure feature which will display a whole table on the screen showing you stats for the signal you are measuring.
Amazon Customer
Likes: Very easy to use, very intuitive.
jennifer sherman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

115 of 119 people found the following review helpful By apple_314156 on May 1, 2011
This is a nice scope and probably the best value out there for someone without a large budget. The 50MHz model and 100MHz models share the same internal guts so you can convert the cheaper model into the more expensive one by reprogramming the model number. There is a large hobby / hacker community that has numerous posts on these scopes which is good -- because you often don't get much information from the user manuals. If you are looking for a real bargain and don't care about the warranty, these things are available directly from China via priority post and can arrive duty free since the invoices are in Chinese and not understandable by customs -- so do some web searches if you cant afford regular retail prices.

The color screen is somewhat grainy but easy to read, and color is great for separating waveforms. The buttons work well, the plastics are good quality, there is some built in help, the fan is a little noisy. I haven't used every feature on it but I have probably covered most of it and have had no problems. I have no doubt that the FFT is primitive compared to professional scopes and that it wouldn't be much use for glitch finding or looking for really subtle problems but then you are looking at something that costs less than a tenth of professional equipment like something from LeCroy. I have an analog scope too and it never gets used now that this one is along side of it.

From what I have read elsewhere, these Rigol scopes are the absolute best value for amateur experimenters or electrical engineering students and one of the few really inexpensive scopes that isn't junk.
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55 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Andrew H. Bushnell on December 29, 2012
I bought a DS1102E which is a 100 MHz, 1 GS/sec 2 channel scope. It's fantastic for $399. I use much more expensive scopes at work and I also had a Tektronix digital 2 channel that died that set me back 1k$ a few years ago. This scope is better then the Tektronix. I had one glitch with the scope. One time it booted up and seemed confused. There was a long lag and then it was very slow to respond to the keyboard. I cycled the power and the problem was gone and so far it works fine.
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67 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 18, 2013
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I have had owned three analog scopes in the past twenty years, with the one that I just replaced with this Rigol being a professional-grade instrument. I also used to use a Tektronix THS720 fairly scope fairly regularly at work, so I do have some small basis of comparison for digital scopes.

This is the first digital scope that I have personally owned and I did a fair bit of research into scopes in this general price range before buying this one. One of the things you might notice in doing the same type research is that for similarly-priced, obviously competing products, there will be a number of reviews that say something along the lines of “nice, except for…” or “DOA” or “PC software doesn’t work”, etc. I would have to say it is somewhat unusual to see any current piece of tech that doesn’t have any detracting reviews. However, for this particular product, essentially all of the reviews (even non-Amazon reviews) say something very much like “it works perfectly”, or “it’s a Rigol, of course it works”. This was what tipped the balance for me to spend the extra $75-$100 and get this one.

I have used the unit quite a bit now and used a lot of the features. My impressions so far are as follows:

The general “feel” of the unit (housing, buttons, power cord, screen etc.) is very good and I have no complaints about any of it.

I found the operation of the various features to be very logical, consistent, and easy to use. Everything I have done so far (with the unit itself) has worked fine without any glitches whatsoever. It produces a LOT more information than a typical analog scope.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Tuesday on February 5, 2014
Ok, about this scope. . .

I come from the analog era. . ..I love my balantine and tektronix 2215. but I wanted a faster scope with frequency readout, as well as more capability. . .

So I purchased this unit. . .
Results?

Menu was hard to get used to. .but once you did, it was a breeze.
I enjoy everything about it, except for one thing. . the frequency readout.

If you want a frequency readout, you are far better off ëyeing the waveform, multiplying by the timebase and inverting it. You probably will be just as accurate or better than what the scope puts out.

the Frequency readout is worthless to most all degrees. If you want a hap-hazard readout that is accurate to (seems like) plus or minus 10 percent, you will be happy. It will jump around on 455kc from 454.5 to 456.8 and sometimes more. My fluke stays steady on 455 with the exact same signal, as well as my cheapy 30 dollar VOM. When you go higher in frequency, expect even greater differences. . . and this is without noise.

Other than that. . ..

The unit is an excellent unit. . Software that comes with it is basically useless. . .It doesn't tell you that you must purchase the REAL software, and it does not come with a windows driver. . .(that comes with the purchase.) But, I don't use the software, so this is where my evaluation stops with the software stuff.

Nice probes come with it. . .Kinda cheap, but they work nicely. I would purchase a 100x probe, and use that permamently. . .This unit has an math function that allows you to choose your probe times, and the unit will adjust the output to match your probe. . .eliminating you having to multiply everything by 10,100,1000, or 10,000.
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