SDS1000X/X+ Series Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes(Discontinued)

  • 100, 200 MHz bandwidth models
  • Real-time sampling rate up to 1 GSa/s
  • X+ series features MSO and internal AWG options
  • Waveform capture rate up to 60,000 wfm/s (normal mode), and 400,000 wfm/s (sequence mode)
  • Supports 256-level intensity grading and color display modes
  • Record length up to 14 Mpts
  • Digital trigger system

Product Overview

SIGLENT’s new SDS1000X/SDS1000X+ Series Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes are available in two bandwidths, 100 MHz and 200 MHz, have a sampling rate of 1 GSa/s and a standard record length of 14 Mpts. The most commonly used functions can be accessed with its user-friendly one-button design.

The SDS1000X/SDS1000X+ series employs a new generation of SPO technology. With its excellent signal fidelity, background noise is lower than similar products in the industry. It has a minimum vertical input range of 500 uV/div, an innovative digital trigger system with high sensitivity and low jitter, and a waveform capture rate of 60,000 frames/sec. It also employs not only the common 256-level intensity grading display function but also a color temperature display mode not found in other models in this class. Siglent’s new oscilloscopes offering supports multiple powerful triggering modes including serial bus triggering and decoding. History waveform recording and sequential triggering allow for extended waveform records to be captured, stored, and analyzed. SDS1000X+ adds an integrated 25 MHz arbitrary waveform generator (standard), option for 16 digital channels. The features and high-performance of the SDS1000X/SDS1000X+ oscilloscopes cannot be matched at any product at this price.

Bandwidth Channels Real time
sampling rate
Capture rate Memory depth Price
SDS1202X+ 200 MHz 2+EXT (16 digital available) 1 GSa/s 60,000 wfm/s 14 Mpts €727 Discontinued
SDS1102X+ 100 MHz 2+EXT (16 digital available) 1 GSa/s 60,000 wfm/s 14 Mpts €611 Discontinued
SDS1202X 200 MHz 2+EXT 1 GSa/s 60,000 wfm/s 14 Mpts €531 Discontinued
SDS1102X 100 MHz 2+EXT 1 GSa/s 60,000 wfm/s 14 Mpts €475 Discontinued

Key Features

  • Intelligent trigger: Edge, Slope, Pulse Width, Window, Runt, Interval, Timeout (Dropout), and Pattern
  • Serial bus triggering and decode, supports protocols IIC, SPI, UART, RS232, CAN, and LIN
  • Video triggers and supports HDTV
  • Low background noise with  500 μV/div to 10 V/div voltage scales
  • 10 types of one-button shortcuts: Auto Setup, Default, Cursors, Measure, Roll, History, Display/Persist, Clear Sweep, Zoom and Print
  • Segmented acquisition (Sequence) mode, dividing the maximum record length into multiple segments (up to 80,000), according to trigger conditions set by the user, minimizes trigger dead time.
  • History waveform recording function stores up-to 80,000 frames
  • Automatic measurement function on 37 parameters, supports Statistics, Gating measurement, Math measurement, History measurement and Ref measurement
  • Math function (FFT, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, integration, differential, and square root)
  • High Speed hardware based Pass/ Fail function
  • 16 Digital channels (MSO), Maximum waveform capture rate up to 500 MSa/s, Record length up to 14 Mpts/CH (Option for SDS1000X+ models)
  • 25 MHz DDS arbitrary waveform generator, built-in 10 kinds of waveforms (Standard for SDS1000X+ models)
  • Large 8-inch TFT-LCD display with 800 * 480 resolution
  • Multiple interface types: USB Host, USB Device (USB-TMC), LAN (VXI-11), Pass / Fail, Trigger Out
  • Supports SCPI remote control commands
  • Multi-language display and embedded help

We use function generators and oscilloscopes in the lab for precise testing and complex functions. The SDS performs exceptionally well at a fraction of the cost of the Agilent systems we also use. Any time we’ve had questions customer service has gone above and beyond to support our needs. Great product and fantastic service. We’ve also outfitted multiple benches with the SDG function generator and will be buying more.

Jacob C.

August, 2017

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Product Characteristics

8-inch TFT-LCD display and 10 one-button menus View more

8-inch TFT-LCD display and 10 one-button menus

8-inch TFT-LCD display with 800 * 480 resolution

Most commonly used functions are accessible using 10 different one-button operation keys: Auto Setup, Default, Cursor, Measure, Roll, History, Persist,Clear Sweep, Zoom, Print

16 Digital Channels/MSO (Optional for SDS1000X+) View more

16 Digital Channels/MSO (Optional for SDS1000X+)

2 analog channels plus 16 digital channels enable users to acquire, trigger, and decode analog and digital signals with one instrument.

Waveform capture rate up to 400,000 wfms/s View more

Waveform capture rate up to 400,000 wfms/s

With a waveform capture rate of up to 400,000 wfm/s (sequence mode), the oscilloscope can easily capture low-probability events.

256-level Intensity Grading View more

256-level Intensity Grading

Events that occur more frequently are brighter (intensity grading) than events that occur less often. This allows you to quickly identify spurious signals.

Color Temperature Grading View more

Color Temperature Grading

Event frequency is shown using different colors (temperature grading). Frequent events are warmer the color. This helps to easily identify rare events.

Record length of up to 14 Mpts View more

Record length of up to 14 Mpts

Using hardware-based Zoom technologies and record length of up to 14 Mpts, users are able to use a higher sampling rate to capture more of the signal and then quickly zoom in to focus on the area of interest.

Abundant trigger funtions View more

Abundant trigger funtions

SDS1000X/SDS1000X+ has a wealth of trigger modes, including Edge, Slope, Pulse, Video, Windows, Runt, Interval, Time out (Dropout), Pattern, IIC,SPI, UART/RS232, LIN, and CAN

Serial bus decoding function (optional) View more

Serial bus decoding function (optional)

SDS1000X/SDS1000X+ displays decoded events through the events list. Bus protocol information can be quickly and intuitively displayed in tabular format.

History waveforms (History) mode and segmented acquisition (Sequence) View more

History waveforms (History) mode and segmented acquisition (Sequence)

The history function can record up to 80,000 frames of data. Each frame can be analyzed, replayed individually, timestamped, and also played as part of a sequence.

Comprehensive statistical functions View more

Comprehensive statistical functions

5 statistics can be reported for any set of measurements: current, mean, minimum value, maximum value, and standard deviation.

Hardware-Based High-Speed Pass/ Fail function View more

Hardware-Based High-Speed Pass/ Fail function

The SDS1000X/SDS1000X+ utilizes a hardware-based Pass / Fail function, performing up to 40,000 Pass / Fail decisions each second. With easy to generate user-defined test templates, the SDS1000X/SDS1000X+ compares the current measured trace to the template mask trace making it suitable for long-term signal monitoring or automated production line testing.

Built-in 25 MHz function / arbitrary waveform generator (standard for SDS1000X+ models) View more

Built-in 25 MHz function / arbitrary waveform generator (standard for SDS1000X+ models)

The SDS1000X+ has a built-in 25 MHz function / arbitrary waveform generator (standard), including 10 built-in waveforms plus 4 ARBs. The arbitrary waveforms can be accessed and edited by the EasyWave PC software.

Advanced Math Function View more

Advanced Math Function

In addition to the traditional (+, -, X, /) operation, SDS1000X/SDS1000X+ oscilloscopes supports FFT, integration, differentiation, and square root operations

Complete connectivity View more

Complete connectivity

SDS1000X/SDS1000X+ supports USB Host, USB Device (USB-TMC), LAN (VXI-11), Pass/Fail and Trigger Out

Support and Resources

Application Notes

Using EasyScope X to retrieve Average Waveform Data

Download PDF 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 … Continued

SDS FFT performance on low frequency signals

Download PDF Like many modern oscilloscopes, the SIGLENT SDS series feature FFT math functions that calculate frequency information from the acquired voltage vs. time data. FFT stands for Fast Fourier Transform, and is a common method for determining the frequency content of a time-varying signal. Converting time domain data to the frequency domain makes measuring … Continued

Verification of a working remote communications connection using NI – MAX

Download PDF 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 … Continued