Hantek DSO5102P USB Digital Storage Oscilloscope 2 Channels 100MHz 1GSa/s
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The Hantek DSO5102P brings you a range of great features to allow you to measure, trace and record your electrical issues. Ideal for Diagnostic and Repair work, the ability to either record your data to USB or connect to your PC for live data capture gives you a range of flexibility. With its large 7 inch WVGA display you can see results clearly. Hantek digital oscilloscopes offer an excellent price/performance ratio. The DSO 5000 series offers twelve versions of digital oscilloscopes with the 60, 70, 100 and 200 MHz bandwidths. The main features of the DSO 5102P model are the 1GS/s maximum sampling rate, 24K sampling memory, USB host on the front USB panel (data storage possibility), connectivity for long-distance control by PC (software included) and external trigger. Standard delivery includes two 60 MHz passive probes 1:1 and 10:1. Comfortable and user-friendly layout of the control elements is underlined by a large 7inch colour TFT display with 800x480 point resolution.
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- 100 MHz bandwidth.
- 1GSa/s Real Time sample rate.
- Large (7.0-inch) colour display,WVGA(800x480).
- Built-in memory for measurement storage: 2 GB
- Record length up to 40K.
- Trigger mode: edge/pulse width/line selectable video/slop/overtime etc.
- USB host and device connectivity, standard.
- 32 automatic measurements.
- Four math functions, including FFTs standard.
- Supplied with MSScope software for PC real-time analysis.
|Sample Rate||Real-Time Sample: 1GS/s
Equivalent Sample: 25GS/s
|Normal||Normal data only|
|Pea'k Detect||High-frequency and randon glitch capture|
|Average||Waveform Average, selectable 4,8,16,32,64,128|
|Inputs Coupling||AC, DC, GND|
|Inputs Impedance||1MΩ±2% II20pF±3pF|
|Probe Attenuation||1X, 10X|
|Supported Probe Attenuation Factor||1X, 10X, 100X, 1000X|
|Maximum Input Voltage||CAT I and CAT II: 300VRMS (10×), Installation Category;
CAT III: 150VRMS (1×);
Installation Category II: rated at 20dB/decade above 100kHz to 13V Peak AC at 3MHz* and above.
For non-sinusoidal waveforms, Peak value must be less than 450V.
Excursion above 300V should be of less than 100ms duration.
RMS signal level including all DC components removed through AC coupling must be limited to 300V.
If these values are exceeded, damage to the oscilloscope may occur.
|Sample Rate Range||500MS/s--1GS/s|
|Waveform Interpolation||(sin x)/x|
4ns/div to 40s/div
4ns/div to 40s/div
|Sample Rate and
Delay Time Accuracy
|±50ppm(at over any ≥1ms time interval)|
2ns/div to 10ns/div;
(-4div x s/div) to 20ms;
20ns/div to 80us/div; (-8div x s/div) to 40ms;
200us/div to 40s/div; (-8div x s/div) to 400s
|Incremental Time Measurement Accuracy
|Single-shot, Normal mode:± (1 sample interval +100ppm × reading + 0.6ns);
>16 averages:± (1 sample interval + 100ppm × reading + 0.4ns);
Sample interval = s/div ÷ 200
|Vertical Resolution||8-bit resolution, all channel sampled simultaneously|
|Position Range||2mV/div to 200mV/div, ±2V
200mV/div to 5V/div, ±50V
|Rise Time at BNC( typical)||DSO5202P
|Analogue Bandwidth in Normal and
Average modes at BNC or with probe, DC Coupled
|2mV/div to 20mV/div, ±400mV; 50mV/div to 200mV/div, ±2V
500mV/div to 2V/div, ±40V; 5V/div, ±50V
|Math||+, -, *, /, FFT|
|FFT||Windows: Hanning, Flatop, Rectangular, Bartlett, Blackman;
1024 sample point
|Low Frequency Response (-3db)||≤10Hz at BNC|
|DC Gain Accuracy||±3% for Normal or Average acquisition mode, 5V/div to 10mV/div;
±4% for Normal or Average acquisition mode, 5mV/div to 2mV/div
|DC Measurement Accuracy,
Average Acquisition Mode
|When vertical displacement is zero, and N ≥16:± (3% × reading + 0.1div + 1mV) only 10mV/div or greater is selected;
When vertical displacement is not zero, and N≥16: ± [3% × (reading + vertical position) + 1% of vertical position + 0.2div];
Add 2mV for settings from 2mV/div to 200mV/div; add 50mV for settings from 200mV/div to 5V/div
|Volts Measurement Repeatability,
Average Acquisition Mode
|Delta volts between any two averages of ≥16 waveforms acquired under same setup and ambient conditions|
|Trigger Types||Edge, Video, Pulse, Slope, Over time, Alternative|
|Trigger Source||CH1, CH2, EXT, EXT/5, AC Line|
|Trigger Modes||Auto, Normal, Single|
|Coupling Type||DC, AC, Noise Reject, HF Reject, LF Reject|
(Edge Trigger Type)
1div from DC to 10MHz; 1.5div from 10MHz to 100MHz; 2div from 100MHz to Full;
200mV from DC to 100MHz; 350mV from 100MHz to 200MHz;
1V from DC to 100MHz;1.75V from 100MHz to 200MHz;
AC: Attenuates signals below 10Hz;
HF Reject: Attenuates signals above 80kHz;
LF Reject: Same as the DC-coupled limits for frequencies above 150kHz; attenuates signals below 150kHz
|Trigger Level Range||CH1/CH2: ±8 divisions from center of screen;
|Trigger Level Accuracy( typical)Accuracy
is for signals having rise and fall times ≥20ns
|CH1/CH2: 0.2div × volts/div within ±4 divisions from center of screen;
EXT: ± (6% of setting + 40mV);
EXT/5: ± (6% of setting + 200mV);
|Set Level to 50%(typical)||Operates with input signals ≥50Hz|
|Video Trigger Type||CH1, CH2: Pea'k-to-Pea'k amplitude of 2 divisions;
|Signal Formats and Field Rates, Video Trigger Type||Supports NTSC, PAL and SECAM broadcast systems for any field or any line|
|Holdoff Range||100ns ~ 10s|
|Pulse Width Trigger|
|Pulse Width Trigger Mode||Trigger when (< , >, = , or ≠); Positive pulse or Negative pulse|
|Pulse Width Trigger Point||Equal: The oscilloscope triggers when the trailing edge of the pulse crosses the trigger level.
Not Equal: If the pulse is narrower than the specified width, the trigger point is the trailing edge.
Otherwise, the oscilloscope triggers when a pulse continues longer than the time specified as the Pulse Width.
Less than: The trigger point is the trailing edge.
Greater than (also called overtime trigger): The oscilloscope triggers when a pulse continues longer than the time specified as the Pulse Width
|Pulse Width Range||20ns ~ 10s|
|Slope Trigger Mode||Trigger when (< , > , = , or ≠ ); Positive slope or Negative slope|
|Slope Trigger Point||Equal: The oscilloscope triggers when the waveform slope is equal to the set slope.
Not Equal: The oscilloscope triggers when the waveform slope is not equal to the set slope.
Less than: The oscilloscope triggers when the waveform slope is less than the set slope.
Greater than: The oscilloscope triggers when the waveform slope is greater than the set slope.
|Time Range||20ns ~ 10s|
|Over Time Mode||Rising edge or Falling edge|
|Time Range||20ns ~ 10s|
|Trigger on CH1||Internal Trigger: Edge, Pulse Width, Video, Slope|
|Trigger on CH2||Internal Trigger: Edge, Pulse Width, Video, Slope|
|Trigger Frequency Counter|
|Readout Resolution||6 digits|
|Accuracy (typical)||±30ppm (including all frequency reference errors and ±1 count errors)|
|Frequency Range||AC coupled, from 4Hz Min to rated bandwidth|
|Signal Source||Pulse Width or Edge Trigger modes: all available trigger sources
The Frequency Counter measures trigger source at all times, including when the oscilloscope acquisition pauses
due to changes in the run status, or acquisition of a single shot event has completed.
Pulse Width Trigger mode: The oscilloscope counts pulses of significant magnitude inside the 1s measurement window that qualify as trigger able events,
such as narrow pulses in a PWM pulse train if set to < mode and the width is set to a relatively small time.
Edge Trigger mode: The oscilloscope counts all edges of sufficient magnitude and correct polarity.
Video Trigger mode: The Frequency Counter does not work.
|Cursor Measurement||Voltage difference between cursors: ΔV
Time difference between cursors: ΔT
Reciprocal of ΔT in Hertz (1/ΔT)
|Auto Measuerment||Frequency, Period, Mean, Pk-Pk, Cycli RMS, Min, Maximum, Rise time, Fall Time, +Pulse Width, -Pulse Width, Delay1-2Rise, Delay1-2Fall, +Duty, -Duty, Vbase, Vtop, Vmid, Vamp, Overshoot, Preshoot, Preiod Mean, Preiod RMS, FOVShoot, RPREShoot, BWIDTH, FRF, FFR, LRR, LRF, LFR, LFF|
|Display Type||7 inch 64K color TFT (diagonal liquid crystal)|
|Display Resolution||800 horizontal by 480 vertical pixels|
|Display Contrast||Adjustable (16 gears) with the progress bar|
|Probe Compensator Output|
|Output Voltage( typical)||About 5Vpp into ≥1MΩ load|
|Supply Voltage||100-120VACRMS(±10%), 45Hz to 440Hz, CATII
120-240VACRMS(±10%), 45Hz to 66Hz, CATII
|Fuse||2A, T rating, 250V|
|Temperature||Operating: 32F to 122F (0C to 50C);
Non-operating: -40F to 159.8F (-40C to +71C)
|Humidity||+104F or below (+40C or below): ≤90% relative humidity;
106F to 122F (+41C to 50C): ≤60% relative humidity
|Altitude||Operating: Below 3,000m (10,000 feet);
Non-operating: Below 15,000m(50,000 feet)
|Size||Length 385mm, Width 200mm, Height 245mm|
|Weight||3.5KG(with Packing); 2.08KG(without Packing)|