TELEDYNE LECROY WAVEACE 2014 OSCILLOSCOPE DRIVER DETAILS:
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TELEDYNE LECROY WAVEACE 2014 OSCILLOSCOPE DRIVER
Ever seen a heartbeat on a oscilloscope? The above picture shows the split screen feature of the LeCroy WaveAce Full signal HeartbeatBottom: The manufacturers of low-cost devices are really stretching the bandwidth data.
So how does the LeCroy measure up? I wanted to measure the rise time of a pulse generator with my demo scope and determined the approximate bandwidth by dividing 0. It turns out that none of my signal generators are capable of putting out a signal with the needed rise time for 60 MHz 5. But no worries, I will build a pulse generator soon and add the result here. The actual rise time mentioned in the datasheet is Teledyne LeCroy WaveAce 2014 Oscilloscope a bit lower 5 ns. Therefore I am tempted to say that the 60 MHz rating is a rather conservative value with a bit of safety buffer.
As promised, I measured the rise-time of the scope to determine the factual bandwidth. The rise time I measured is 3.
In either case, this is way beyond the 60 MHz the scope is rated for. The actual rise time of the measured signal is around 1 ns.
With an antenna attached to Channel 1 input, I could capture a signal of my amateur radio transceiver on Even The scope was loosely coupled to the signal source using an antenna. Like all WaveAce oscilloscopes, the WaveAce has a bandwidth limit filter. If this feature is activated, the bandwith of the scope is limited to 20 MHz. By limiting the bandwidth, the noise that sometimes appears on the displayed waveform can Teledyne LeCroy WaveAce 2014 Oscilloscope reduced. This results in a cleaner signal display.
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The scope offers a variety of measurement parameters. The following parameters can be measured: WaveAce with all measurements turned on. An additional math track allows to display either the result of the mathematical functions add, subtract, multiply, and divide of channel 1 and 2.
With just mm x mm x Thanks Teledyne LeCroy WaveAce 2014 Oscilloscope its wide power supply range of — VAC and a frequency range of 45 Hz to Hz, this scope is excellent for service all around the world. Thanks to the wide frequency range, the scope can even be used in special Hz mains supply environments such as on board of an aircraft and in special military applications MIL-STD Links and Sources: If you are trying to compare two points on a trace, having both pairs of cursors is crucial.
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Nope, not this one. I'm struggling however to see an application for this.
What did you try to achieve? Quote Counter-intuitive settings: Instead of having nice and simple settings, for example three buttons to set up triggering, you have to go into overly complex menus and fiddle with the settings to get anything to show up on the screen. Come on, setting up standard triggering on a LeCroy is child's play, really.
It's not rocket science. Of course it's getting more complicated for more advanced trigger SMART Triggers setups but that's in the nature of these things and equally involving on other scopes, if they even offer such triggers, that is.
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