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Rigol DS1052E 50MHz Digital Oscope with 2 Channels, USB Storage Access, 1 GSa/sec sampling
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|UPC||619636109966 , 837654333570|
|Item Weight||6 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
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The DS1000E Series Digital Oscilloscopes set a new standard for technology
and capability. With features including 1 million points of deep memory, FFTs,
record and replay, roll mode, alternate trigger mode, adjustable trigger
sensitivity, and PictBridge printing the DS1000E is the new bench standard.
* 2 analog channels, 100MHz bandwidth, 1GSa/s maximum real-time sample rate and 25GSa/s equivalent time sample rate
* 5.6" TFT QVGA (320X240) with 64K color LCD backlighted display
* Trigger modes: edge, pulse width, slope, video, alternate trigger
* Multiple interface configurations: Standard USB Host and USB device,RS-232 and support U disk storage and PictBridge print standards, optional USB-GPIB adapter
* 1 Mpts memory depth
* File management
* Low noiseHigh Performance
* Pass/fail test
* Adjustable trigger sensitivity
* Alternate trigger
* Built-in help system
* Keyboard Lock
* Waveform record
1 x Power cord
2 x probes
1 x Software CD
Top Customer Reviews
The Rigol is light and portable, and for the price, it is truly amazing. For a digital scope to perform well, its sampling frequency should be at least 8 times that of the highest significant frequency component present in the waveform under test. With a 1 GHz sampling speed, this scope covers the advertised 50 MHz input bandwidth with room to spare. It takes a little practice to use it to best advantage, especially if you're used to traditional analog scopes. But it does a whole lot more because of its storage and math computation capabilities. There's no way to cover it all in this short space. But if you're thinking of buying a scope covering up to 50 MHz, download a copy of the manual from the Rigol site or elsewhere and have a close look at this little gem.
It's now Dec, 2012, and this scope is still my favorite piece of test gear. I've had no problems with it at all. I've used it in classes at azsciencelab.org to measure electric motor speeds, and we have a speed-of-light measurement planned where I'll use it again. I haven't used all the data transfer capabilities yet, but I've transferred waveforms to thumb drives, and it has worked well.
The only thing I'd wish for is higher resolution -- the pixelation at current resolution still bugs me a bit. It's mostly an aesthetic issue -- practically speaking, it hasn't limited anything I want to do with the instrument.Read more ›
A problem, though, is that the fan is incredibly noisy, much more so than in my old, huge Tektronix!
The included software will not work if you don't have NIVISAruntime.msi already installed, and this is not provided on the installation CD. RIGOL web site is so poorly designed that I could'nt find any useful information on it and I had to email support to get it. It took a few days to come but, once installed, everything works. However, instructions are nonexistent and the basic operation of the software is far from obvious.
I give five stars for the scope quality and price, but only one star for instructions/software, thus the three-star rating
This is a basic, two-channel scope for the user whose needs do not require greater capability. It will serve well for basic electronic trouble shooting, circuit design, ham radio use, and the like. Control operation is straightforward and the on-screen menus are generally clear and intuitively obvious. The color screen is plenty bright and makes it easy to keep multiple traces sorted out. There are the usual mathematical functions, all of which perform properly.
The weakest part of this package is the documentation, which suffers from at best a marginal translation from Chinese to English. Of greater concern is the fact that while the scope is clearly marketed to an entry-level audience, the documentation fails to provide the kind of basic, clear, easy-to-understand introduction to oscilloscope functions that a beginner may need.
For those who are adventurous, it appears that this scope can be user-modified to provide 100MHz performance. Those interested can search the internet accordingly.
To summarize, the scope is basic, functional, well constructed, and easy to use. It should serve well in many applications.
The 8 bit ADC was sufficient for my use.
Now after 6 weeks or so the front panel no longer responds to button presses.
I've tried to login and contact support but the support page keeps telling me to activate my account? How?
I'm not happy with my purchase and cannot recommend this scope to anyone else.
Oh... the 877-4-RIGOL-1 toll free number listed on the website... is disconnected or no longer in service.
Finally made contact with Rigol NA at [...]
Apparently my purchase was not through an authorized north american retailer?? and they cannot provide support? My email to sain store has so far been unanswered.
First off it is the size (and about the weight) of and old style lunch box. I can pick it up with one hand, without using the handle. With a great 5.5" on the diagonal, full color, TFT screen.
2 Channels WITH PROBES INCLUDED. And internal compensation up to 1000V for any type of probe you could ever connect to it. So the unit does the math for you. You never have to remember to do the math when you set your probe to 5X or 10X or even 500X. Just set the conversion internally and go to measuring signals.
Math functions are A+B, A-B, A*B and.... FFT (fast fourier transform).
It has 10 internal storage locations to save waveforms for review. There is a USB memory stick slot in the front and you can save .wvf files that the unit can read, or you can save .bmp files that save a complete picture of the screen.
Coursers can be set to manual or auto track, and auto readouts are numerous. Sometimes this scope will almost tell you more than you want to know. :)
The only problem I had was with the software. So, keep in mind. After you run the installation of the main program, you have to run the .msi (Microsuck install script) file, located in one of the sub directories. If you do not, you will get a missing .DLL error message.
After you install the software on your computer, you can save unlimited images that will allow you to use cursor measurements, as well as run "Pass/Fail" test runs.
There are to many capabilities to cover here. Leave it to say. This is a great scope in both quality and functionality. I am an engineer and I work as a technician, if that lends any credence to this review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really helped fault isolate a couple of home project problems I was having.Published 18 months ago by Don A. Jones
This oscilloscope fulfilled my expectations. I was able to setup the USB computer connection in a few minutes using the CD that came in the package. My PC is running Windows 8.1. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Francisco Zaldivar
It seems I received an Oscilloscope that was destined for the Chinese market. The manual and display all were in Chinese. Read morePublished on March 11, 2014 by Amazon Customer
I originally wanted the DS1052E, but the stock wasn't available so Amazon upgraded it to the DS1102E for free. Read morePublished on October 3, 2013 by David
Don't waste any more time this is the scope for you! I found the Rigol scope be just thing for tracking down some noise issues. Read morePublished on September 20, 2013 by ChibiChabot