New DSO-Family - small, fast and low cost

Bugbrooke, UK, (PresseBox) - The GDS-1000A Series is a new family of digital oscilloscopes from GWInstek, distributed in the UK by StanTronic Instruments. The GDS-1000A Series combines ease of use, class-leading performance, a very affordable price, and a limited Lifetime Warranty.

Featuring new MemoryPrime2mega technology, an unusually large memory depth is available of 2M points in single channel mode or 1M points in dual channel mode. The three family members also offer a sampling rate of 1GS/sec for single shot and 25GS/sec for repetitive signals, making them ideal for high speed single-shot waveform capture.

Further standard features include a 5.6" TFT display, a USB port, an SD-Card Slot, a built in frequency counter with 6 digit resolution, up to 27 auto measurements, and +, -, x, FFT and FFTrms MATH functions.

GWInstek is including its FreeWave software for Microsoft Excel & Word, that make waveform analysis and documentation astonishingly simple, plus LabViewTM drivers.

StanTronic Instruments GmbH

Formed in 1998, StanTronic Instruments GmbH Germany was established to provide the Central European electronics industry with a quality source of instruments for Test, Measurement, Education and Automation markets, counting many of the leading European electronics manufacturers amongst their customers, such as Siemens, Bosch, Continental Automotive, Festo, Airbus Industries as well as Research Centres, Universities and Educational Institutions. The provision of modern measurement technologies requires expertise, know-how and strong technical advice and support. With extensive experience and expertise, StanTronic Instruments is well positioned to share knowledge with our clients to ensure customers get the most out of their investment. StanTronic Instruments represents industry leading manufacturers including: Goodwill (GWInstek), OR-X, Leaptronix, Acute, Signametrics, Intronix, Owon, ZTEC and Seintek, all leaders in their field.

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