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R&S HMO COMPACT DIGITAL OSCILLOSCOPE HAS BEEN REPLACED BY THE RTC SERIES.
The R&S HMO Compact Digital Oscilloscope series consists of digital oscilloscopes with four input channels, each with a sampling rate of 1GS/sec/channel, where a maximum speed of 2Gs/sec on two active channels can be achieved by interleave. Other interesting specifications of the HMO Compact oscilloscope series are the record length of up to 1MS. (2MS sample for 2 channels) and the possibility of eight digital channels (1GS/sec).
The low noise input amplifiers have a range of 1mV / div up to 10V / div. Additional features are available via the FFT analyser, mask triggering and extensive video triggering.
The HMO compact series consists of four different models, each with four channels:
– HMO724 70MHz
– HMO1024 100MHz
– HMO1524 150MHz
– HMO2024 200MHz
Options include Logical Analysis (MSO), Serial triggering and decoding for I²C/SPI, UART/RS-232 and CAN/LIN.
Bandwidth: 70 MHz to 200 MHz
Sample Rate: up to 2 Gsample/s
Memory Depth: up to 2 Msample
MSO with HO3508: 8 digital channels, 350 MHz, 1 Gsample/s, 1 Msample
Display: 6.5″ VGA color TFT
FFT: Standard with 64 kpoints
For more information, please refer to the datasheet, or contact one of our consultants.
Open the datasheet for detailed specifications of this product.
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