WaveSurfer 3000 oscilloscopes feature the MAUI advanced user interface. MAUI seamlessly integrates a deep measurement toolset and multi-instrument capabilities into a cutting edge user experience centered on a large 10.1” touch screen.
|WaveSurfer 3022||200 MHz||2||$3,200|
|WaveSurfer 3024||200 MHz||4||$3,800|
|WaveSurfer 3034||350 MHz||4||$5,500|
|WaveSurfer 3054||500 MHz||4||$6,950|
|WaveSurfer 3074||750 MHz||4||$8,500|
Combining a fast waveform update rate of 130,000 waveforms/second with History mode waveform playback and WaveScan search and find, the WaveSurfer 3000 is an outstanding tool for waveform anomaly detection. A powerful set of triggering capabilities ensures that once a problem is detected it can be isolated and analyzed.
WaveScan packs powerful complex measurement and search capabilities to analyze and identify waveform anomalies. "Scan" for events that can't be triggered in hardware over periods of hours or even days. Set complex conditions, view search results on the waveform and in a table, and quickly zoom to an event.
A fast update rate ensures that no waveform variations or details are missed. With an update rate of up to 130,000 waveforms per second the WaveSurfer 3000 is able to easily display random or infrequent events simplifying anomaly detection, identification and debug. Rapidly changing waveforms are easy to see and visually inspect. Changes over time can be seen with the intensity graded persistence display.
The advanced active probe interface gives tremendous flexibility for capturing all types of signals. Debug, analyze and document problems through the use of powerful math and measurement capabilities, sequence mode segmented memory, and LabNotebook.
Use Sequence mode to save waveforms into segmented memory. This is ideal for capturing fast pulses in quick succession or when capturing events separated by long time intervals. Combine Sequence mode with advanced triggers to isolate rare events over time. Trigger times and time between segments are provided for additional insight.
A deep set of 20 math functions adds to the problem solving capability of WaveSurfer 3000. Math functions provide quick insight into waveforms and help point to the cause of the most challenging problems. Functions like the powerful FFT provide details of the frequency domain while averaging effectively filters noise out of the signal.
With 24 measurement parameters, the WaveSurfer 3000 can measure and analyze every aspect of analog and digital waveforms. Statistics and histicons go beyond traditional measurement tools providing insight to how a waveform changes over time. Measurement data can be trended to create a visual representation of changing measurements.
LabNotebook is a one-button tool to save and restore waveforms, measurements and settings without navigating multiple menus. Saved waveforms can be measured and analyzed later both on the oscilloscope or offline using the WaveStudio PC Utility.
The advanced active probe interface gives tremendous flexibility for measuring high voltages, high frequencies, currents, or differential signals.
Beyond traditional oscilloscope functionality the WaveSurfer 3000 has a variety of multi-instrument capabilities including waveform generation with a built-in function generator, protocol analysis with serial data trigger and decode, and logic analysis with an available 16 channel mixed signal option.
Debugging serial data busses can be confusing and time consuming. Time saving protocol analysis capabilities are provided by the serial trigger and decode tools.
Protocol decoding is shown directly on the waveform with an intuitive, colorcoded overlay and presented in binary, hex or decimal.
The built-in WaveSource function generator provides up to 25 MHz and 125 MS/s waveform creation capabilities and includes the ability to upload CSV files saved from an oscilloscope to generate arbitrary waveforms. All the WaveSource controls are integrated directly into the oscilloscope with a dedicated function generator style user interface.
The 16 integrated digital channels and tools designed to simultaneously view, measure, and analyze both analog and digital signals enable fast debugging of mixed signal designs.
Flexible analog and digital cross-pattern triggering across all 20 channels provides the ability to quickly identify and isolate problems in a mixed signal environment.
Using the powerful parallel pattern search capability of WaveScan, patterns across many digital lines can be isolated and analyzed.
The Digital Voltmeter option activates an integrated 4-digit digital voltmeter and 5-digit frequency counter that operates through the same probes already attached to the oscilloscope channels. Real-time measurements can be viewed on the screen at all times or view more details through a dedicated user interface display. Measurements continue to be updated even when the triggering system is stopped. The DVM license key can be downloaded at no charge from teledynelecroy.com/redeem/dvm/