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Tektronix Launches TBS2000 Series

The devices are available in 70MHz or 100MHz bandwidth.

Tektronix has introduced the TBS2000, a basic oscilloscope that features the longest record length and largest display in its class, the company states.

According to a company press release, the TBS2000 Series offers the following attributes:

  • 70MHz or 100MHz bandwidth and with 2 or 4 channels.
  • A 9-inch WVGA display, the TBS2000 can display 15 horizontal (time) divisions allowing users to see 50 percent more signal than any other scope in this category.
  • A 20 Mpoint record length with single-knob pan and zoom provides the ability to capture long time duration signals and easily navigate to find important details.
  • Support for the Tektronix VPI probe interface.
  • New HelpEverywhere context-sensitive, configurable help provides on-screen tips for important settings.
  • Wi-Fi dongle support enables wireless connectivity so educators can easily set up electronics engineering labs or engineers can take advantage of the instrument’s LXI-compliant interface to conveniently control the oscilloscope remotely.
“Building on the success of the TDS2000 Series, the most widely used oscilloscope in the world, the new TBS2000 gives our customers a level of design insight previously not available in this class of instrument,” said Jeff Yost, director, Basic Oscilloscopes, Tektronix. “The new instrument also sets a new standard for usability with features like a large display for easy signal visualization and a comprehensive set of automatic waveform measurements that are coupled with graphical explanations to help engineers better understand their measurements.”

For more information, visit Tektronix.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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