Digital Oscilloscopes

SIGLENT oscilloscopes provide the perfect balance between features and price. With bandwidths from 70 to 300 MHz, low noise vertical scales down to 500 uV/div, and features like serial decoding and MSO capabilities, SIGLENT will quickly become your scope of choice.

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Welcome to a new generation of SPO technology.

SIGLENT oscilloscopes feature innovative digital trigger systems with high sensitivity and low jitter, high waveform capture rates (up-to 140,000 wfm/s), Many also employ the common 256-level intensity grading display function and color temperature display mode to make troubleshooting even easier.

Bright Color Temperature Mode

Event frequency indicated by color temperature. "Hot" colors (red) identify frequent events while "cool" (blue) colors are reserved for events that occur less often.

Easy Auto-Measurements

Quickly add one of over 30 automatic measurements like peak voltage, frequency, and more

Intelligent Triggers

Edge, Slope, Pulse, Window, Runt, Interval Dropout, Pattern, Video (HDTV supported), and serial trigger modes on many of our oscilloscopes

Series Bandwidth Channels Real time
sampling rate
Capture rate Memory depth Price
SDS2000X-E Series 200, 350MHz 2+EXT 2 GSa/s 110,000 wfm/s (normal mode) 28 Mpts/CH
SDS2000X Series 70, 100 MHz
200, 300 MHz
2, 4 analog+16 digital channels (optional) 2 GSa/s (single-channel [1] )
1 GSa/s (dual-channel)
140,000 wfm/s (normal mode)
500,000 wfm/s (sequence mode)
140 Mpts (Single-Channel),
70 Mpts (Dual-Channel)
€789 - €2,529
SDS1000X/X+ 100, 200 MHz 2+EXT 1 GSa/s 60,000 wfm/s (normal mode),
400,000 wfm/s (sequence mode)
7 Mpts/CH (Dual-Channel);
14 Mpts/CH (Single-Channel)
€475 - €855
SDS1000X-E 100, 200 MHz 2 +EXT, 4 + 16 digital channels (optional) 1 GSa/s 100000 wfm/s (normal mode),
400000 wfm/s (sequence mode)
14 Mpts €339 - €659
SDS1000CFL 70, 100 MHz,
200, 300 MHz
2, 4 2 GSa/s 24 kpts €419 - €1,139
SDS1000CML+ 70, 100, 150 MHz 2+EXT up to 1 GSa/s up to 2 Mpts €279 - €389
SDS1000DL+ 50 MHz 2 500 MSa/s 32 kpts €239

Support and Resources

Application Notes

Open Socket LAN connection using Python

Automating a test can dramatically increase the productivity, throughput, and accuracy of a process. Automating a setup involves connecting a computer to the test instrumentation using a standard communications bus like USB or LAN and then utilizing code entered via a software layer (like LabVIEW, .NET, Python, etc..) to sequence the specific instrument commands and … Continued

Using EasyScope X to retrieve Average Waveform Data

Waveform averaging can be a useful method to decrease noise in a particular signal. The SIGLENT SDS series of oscilloscopes can easily collect average waveform data using EasyScope X software. NOTE: At this time, average waveform data is not able to be saved in CSV format via the front panel USB connection to a USB … Continued

Testing Open Socket Communications Using PuTTY

Many instruments include the ability to be controlled via a remote connection to a computer using an Ethernet connection. In many cases, these instruments require a special software library that can help establish and maintain the communications link between the instrument and controlling computer. This can be annoying for a few reasons… the software library … Continued