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SIGMA2 - Logic Analyzer

Product-Category: Logic Analyzer
Availability: In stock 0 - You May Backorder. 
Part No : SIGMA2

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Rs. 25809.93( 10.00% 'Special Offer' )Rs.(Excl. GST)

27410.14  (Incl. GST)

SIGMA2 - Logic Analyzer

SIGMA2 is a powerful, fast, flexible, user-friendly and cost effective logic analyzer with extraordinary large event memory, real-time hardware compression and complex trigger logic. SIGMA2 operates on a USB port and requires no external power supply.

Features :-

·         Large event memory (256 megabit)

·         Real-time hardware data compression

·         Up to 200 MHz sample speed

·         Up to 16 inputs

·         Flexible trigger options

·         "Logic probe" mode

·         Controlled and powered by USB (Full-Speed, 12 Mbps)

·         Advanced software (for Windows and Linux)

Large event memory :-

256 Megabit SDRAM memory is used and further enhanced using a real-time hardware compression which allows for 14 680 064 sample storage or for more than 45 minutes of recording.

Flexible input/sample speed options :-

· 16 inputs at 50 MHz (and lower sample speed, division by 2 ... 256)

· 8 inputs at 100 MHz

· 4 inputs at 200 MHz

· 16 inputs - sampling on change of an input signal (asynchronous clock) - trailing, falling or both edges, max. clock speed is 40 MHz at 1:1 duty

· 15 inputs + 1 synchronous clock input (trailing or falling edge), max. clock speed is 49.9 MHz.

Complex trigger logic :-

Many various triggering options in the 16 inputs/50 MHz mode:

· Any value or edge on any input condition

· Defined duration of the condition ("longer than" and/or "shorter than")

· Sequence of two different conditions

· 16-bit counter - triggering after N-th occurence of the condition

· Extensive condition definition options using logical functions (N)AND,(N)OR,(N)XOR

Standard triggering options in the 8 inputs/100 MHz and 4 inputs/200 MHz modes - triggering on the input signal edge.

Trigger point can be placed to any position of recorded events from the very beginning to the end.