Siglent Technologies SDS1202X-E Review

Siglent Technologies SDS1202X-E Review

The SIGLENT SDS1202X-E uses a generation of SPO technology (Super Phosphor Oscilloscope), which provides excellent accuracy of the studied signal, excellent speed, and ultra-low self-noise extended the minimum vertical range of 500 μV / case. A state-of-the-art digital trigger system with high sensitivity has been implemented. The instrument is distinguished by the presence of a co-processor in the hardware, which provides instantaneous high-precision analysis and measurement. This digital oscilloscope features a high-speed signal capture rate of 400,000 oscillograms per second (segmented mode). The FFT (Fast Fourier Transformation) can handle up to 1 million points.

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Compact yet ensuring reliable, quality, and accurate capture of any waveforms fed to it, the digital oscilloscope SIGLENT SDS1202X-E will be indispensable for frequent repair and debugging of electronic equipment.

Features of the Siglent SDS1202X-E Oscilloscope

  • New generation phosphor oscilloscope technology
  • Low intrinsic noise
  • 38 types of automatic waveform measurements
  • Support for counting statistics, math operations, logic operations, zoom operations, history, relative measurements
  • Mathematical operations on waveforms (FFT, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, integration, differentiation, square root)
  • Hardware high-speed Pass/Fail function
  • Large 7″ TFT LCD with 800×480 resolution
  • Wide choice of interfaces: USB Host, USB Device, LAN, Pass/Fail, Trigger Out, Ext Trigger
  • Supports multi-language display and built-in online support

Pros and Cons of Siglent Technologies SDS1202X-E

Pros
  • It is effortless to use and has a good layout
  • Excellent accuracy and able to test even the most complex devices.
  • Probably the only one that provides 200 MHz bandwidth at this price
  • With its powerful features, including FFT, serial decoding, and saving to USB, it comes at no extra cost
  • The impressive sample rate is a measure of the number of bits per sample
  • Math functions are easy to use despite their simplicity
  • It weighs less than most other oscilloscopes
Cons
  • Only two channels, but enough for hobbyists
  • Setting the trigger position where you want to is a little tricky
  • An HDMI port would have allowed users to have a much bigger display in the form of their computer’s screen

Siglent SDS1202X-E Oscilloscope Specifications

  • Bandwidth: 200 MHz
  • Number of channels: 2 + 1 with external sync
  • Sampling rate: 1 Gb/s
  • Maximum memory depth: 14 Mb/channel (1 channel), 7 Mb/channel (2 channels)
  • Intelligent mode synchronization: Edge, Slope, Pulse, Window, Runt, Interval, Time out (Dropout), Pattern, Video
  • Vertical sensitivity: 500 μV/del – 10 V/del
  • Rise time:
  • Oscillogram pickup rate:
    – 100,000 oscillograms/s (normal mode)
    – 400,000 oscillograms/s (mode segmented sampling)
  • Math operations: Adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, FFT, differentiation, integration, extraction of the square root
  • FFT (Fast Fourier Transformation): Handling 1 million points
  • Interfaces: USB Host, USB Device, LAN, Pass/Fail, Trigger Out, Ext Trigger
  • Display: 7 inch TFT-LCD (800×480)
  • Size: 312 x 134 x 150mm
  • Weight: 2.5 kg

Siglent SDS1202X-E Oscilloscope Package

  • Siglent SDS1202X-E digital oscilloscope
  • Oscillographic probes – 2 pcs.
  • Power cord
  • Instruction manual
  • Warranty card

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