SDS2000X HD Digital Storage Oscilloscope

  • 200, 350 MHz models
  • 12-bit High Resolution
  • Record Length up to 200 Mpts
  • Waveform capture rate up to 500,000 wfm/s (Sequence mode)
  • Sampling rate up to 2 GSa/s (interleaving mode)
  • Large 10.1” TFT-LCD display with 1024 * 600 resolution
  • Serial bus triggering and decoder, supports protocols I2C, SPI, UART, CAN, LIN, CAN FD, FlexRay, I2S, MIL-STD-1553B, SENT and Manchester

Product Overview

SIGLENT’s SDS2000X HD series high resolution digital storage oscilloscopes are based on 2 GSa/s, 12-bit Analog to Digital converters and front ends with excellent noise floor performance. They are available in bandwidths of 350 MHz, 200 MHz, have maximum record length of 200 Mpts/ch, and display 4 analog channels + 16 digital channels mixed signal analysis ability.

The SDS2000X HD series employs Siglent’s SPO technology with a maximum waveform capture rate of up to 100,000 wfm/s (normal mode, up to 500,000 wfm/s in Sequence mode), 256-level intensity grading display function plus a color temperature display mode. It also employs an innovative digital trigger system with high sensitivity and low jitter. The trigger system supports multiple powerful triggering modes including serial bus triggering. Tools such as History waveform recording, Search and Navigate functions, Mask Test, Bode Plot, Power Analysis and Histogram allow for extended waveform records to be captured, stored, and analyzed. An impressive array of measurement and math capabilities, options for a 25 MHz arbitrary waveform generator, as well as serial decoding are also features of the SDS2000X HD.

The large 10.1’’ display capacitive touch screen supports multitouch gestures, with the addition of user-friendly UI design, can greatly improve the operation efficiency. It also supports mouse control, and remote web control over LAN.

Bandwidth Channels Real time
sampling rate
Capture rate Memory depth Price
SDS2204X HD 200 MHz 4+EXT 2 GSa/s 500,000 wfm/s (Sequence mode) 200 Mpts/ch €2,280 Buy Now
SDS2354X HD 350 MHz 4+EXT 2 GSa/s 500,000 wfm/s (Sequence mode) 200 Mpts/ch €2,880 Buy Now
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Key Features

  • 12-bit High Resolution
    • 12-bit Analog-Digital Convertors with sample rate up to 2 GSa/s
    • Front ends with 70 μVrms noise floor @ 500 MHz bandwidth and 0.5% DC gain accuracy
  • 4 analog channels, up to 350 MHz bandwidth (upgradable to 500 MHz)
  • SPO technology
    • Waveform capture rate up to 100,000 wfm/s (normal mode), and 500,000 wfm/s (sequence mode)
    • Supports 256-level intensity grading and color temperature display modes
    • Up to 200 Mpts/ch record length
    • Digital trigger system
  • Intelligent trigger: Edge, Slope, Pulse, Window, Runt, Interval, Dropout, Pattern, Qualified, Nth edge, Setup/hold, Delay and Video (HDTV supported). Zone Trigger simplifies advanced triggering
  • Serial bus triggering and decoder, supports protocols I2C, SPI, UART, CAN, LIN, CAN FD, FlexRay, I2S, MIL-STD-1553B, SENT and Manchester
  • Segmented acquisition (Sequence) mode, dividing the maximum record length into multiple segments (up to 80,000), according to trigger conditions set by the user, with a very small dead time between segments to capture the qualifying event
  • History waveform record (History) function, the maximum recorded waveform length is 80,000 frames
  • Automatic measurements on 50+ parameters, supports statistics with histogram, track, trend, Gating measurement, and measurements on Math, History and Ref
  • 2 Math traces (2 Mpts FFT, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, integration, differential, square root, etc.), supports formula editor
  • Abundant data analysis functions such as Search, Navigate, Digital Voltmeter, Counter, Waveform Histogram, Bode plot and Power Analysis
  • High Speed hardware-based Average, ERES; High Speed hardware-based Mask Test function, with Mask Editor tool for creating user-defined masks
  • 16 digital channels (optional)
  • Built-in 25 MHz waveform generator
  • Large 10.1” TFT-LCD display with 1024 * 600 resolution; Capacitive touch screen supports multi-touch gestures
  • Interfaces include: USB Hosts, USB Device (USBTMC), LAN (VXI-11/Telnet/Socket), Pass/Fail, Trigger Out
  • Built-in web server supports remote control over the LAN port using a web browser. Supports SCPI remote control commands. Supports external mouse and keyboard

The new 12-bit resolution SIGLENT HD oscilloscope has been an awesome addition to my lab bench. With greater dynamic range, lower noise floor, and larger offset adjustability of the SIGLENT HD compared to my old Tek DPO scope, I can isolate and view high-frequency signals on my PCB with much greater clarity.

With the SIGLENT HD I have been able to:

  • Isolate and mitigate high-frequency ringing and noise more quickly and easily.
  • Tune snubber circuits more quickly and accurately.
  • Run more accurate transient response tests.
  • Easily measure switch node jitter and unexpected circuit glitches with the deep memory.
  • Use the internal function generator and Bode Analysis Mode to measure power supply control loops in circuit.

Highly recommended!!

– Andrew, FAE at a leading semiconductor company June, 2022

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Product Characteristics

12-bit High Resolution View more

12-bit High Resolution

12-bit resolution shows you more details and less noise on the waveform.

Low noise floor: Only 70 µVrms at 500 MHz bandwidth.

0.5% DC gain accuracy.


High Waveform Update Rate View more

High Waveform Update Rate

With a waveform update rate of up to 100,000 wfm/s, the oscilloscope can easily capture unusual or low-probability events. In Sequence mode, the waveform capture rate can reach 500,000 wfm/s.

Deep Record Length View more

Deep Record Length

Using hardware-based Zoom technique and record length of up
to 200 Mpts, users can select a slower timebase without
compromising the sample rate, and then quickly zoom in to
focus on the area of interest


Multiple Trigger Functions View more

Multiple Trigger Functions

Edge, Slope, Pulse, Video, Windows, Runt, Interval, Dropout,


Trigger Zone View more

Trigger Zone

Trigger Zone is available for advanced triggering


Advanced Math Function View more

Advanced Math Function

In addition to the traditional (+, -, X, /) operations, FFT, integration, differential, square root, and more are supported. Formula Editor is available for more complex operations. 2 math traces are available.

Hardware-accelerated FFT supports up to 2 Mpts operation. This provides high-frequency resolution with a fast refresh rate. The FFT function also supports a variety of window functions so that it can adapt to different spectrum measurement needs. Three modes (Normal, Average, and Max hold) can satisfy different requirements for observing the power spectrum. Auto peak detection and markers are supported.

Measurements of a Variety of Parameters View more

Measurements of a Variety of Parameters

Parameter measurements include 4 categories: horizontal, vertical, miscellaneous, and CH delay providing a total of 50+ different types of measurements. Measurements can be performed within a specified gate period. Measurements on Math, Reference, and History frames are supported

Parameter Statistics Function View more

Parameter Statistics Function

Statistics show the current value, maximum value, minimum value, standard deviation, and mean value of up to 12 parameters simultaneously. A histogram is available to show the probability distribution of a parameter. Trend and Track are available to show the parameter value vs. time.

For horizontal parameters such as period, all results are extracted from a frame, instead of just calculating the first one. This accelerates statistics on horizontal measurements much more and enables distribution observation in a frame using Histogram and Track

History Mode View more

History Mode

History function can record up to 80,000 frames of waveforms. The recording is executed automatically so that the customer can playback the history waveforms at any time to observe unusual events and quickly locate the area of interest using the cursors or measurements. The failed frames of the Mask Test can be stored as history

Sequence Mode View more

Sequence Mode

Segmented memory collection will store the waveform into multiple memory segments (up to 80,000) and each segment will store a triggered waveform as well the dead time information. The interval between segments can be as small as 2 μs. All of the segments can be played back using the History function

Search and Navigate View more

Search and Navigate

The oscilloscope can search events specified by the user in a frame. Events flagged by the Search can be recalled automatically using Navigate. It can also navigate by time (delay position) and history frames

Serial Bus Decode View more

Serial Bus Decode

Display the decoded characters through the events list. Bus protocol information can be quickly and intuitively displayed in tabular form. I2C, SPI, UART, CAN, LIN, CAN FD, FlexRay, I2S, MIL-STD-1553B, SENT, and Manchester are supported

Hardware-based High-Speed Mask Test Function View more

Hardware-based High-Speed Mask Test Function

The oscilloscope utilizes a hardware-based Mask Test function, performing up to 14,000 Pass / Fail decisions each second. It is easy to generate user-defined test templates to provide trace mask comparisons, making it suitable for long-term signal monitoring or automated production line testing

Bode Plot View more

Bode Plot

The oscilloscope can control the built-in waveform generator or a stand-alone SIGLENT generator, to scan the amplitude and phase-frequency response of the DUT, and display the data as a Bode Plot. This makes it possible to replace expensive network analyzers in some applications

Power Analysis (Optional) View more

Power Analysis (Optional)

The Power Analysis option provides a full suite of power measurements and analysis, which greatly improve the measurement efficiency in switching power supplies and power devices design

Digital Channels / MSO (Optional) View more

Digital Channels / MSO (Optional)

Four analog channels plus 16 digital channels enable users to acquire and trigger the waveforms then analyze the pattern, simultaneously with one instrument

Built-in 25 MHz Waveform Generator (Optional) View more

Built-in 25 MHz Waveform Generator (Optional)

The built-in waveform generator can output waveforms with up to 25 MHz frequency and ±3 V amplitude. Six basic waveforms together with multiple types of predefined waveforms and as user-defined arbitrary waveforms are supported

Complete Connectivity View more

Complete Connectivity

USB Host 2.0 x3, USB Device 2.0 (USBTMC) , LAN (VXI-11/Telnet/Socket), Auxiliary output (Pass/Fail, Trigger Out), etc

Support and Resources

Application Notes

Bode Plot of a filter using an oscilloscope and function generator

Download PDF A Bode plot is a method of graphically displaying the frequency response of a system or device-under-test (DUT). Commonly, the magnitude and phase response of the device are plotted with respect to frequency using a shared horizontal frequency axis as shown in the example below:   By showing both the magnitude and phase … Continued

Measuring Power Supply Control Loop Response with Bode Plot II

Download PDF Introduction Stability is one of the most important characteristics in power supply design. Traditionally, stability measurements require expensive frequency response analyzers (FRA) which are not always available in a laboratory. SIGLENT has released Bode Plot Ⅱ features to the SIGLENT SDS1104X-E, SDS1204X-E, SDS2000X-E, SDS2000X Plus, and SDS5000X series of oscilloscopes. When combined with … Continued

Power Supply Design: Load Step Response with a SIGLENT DC Electronic Load

Download PDF Building a power supply that can handle various loads without oscillating can be a challenge. Computational models and computer simulations can help get your design headed in the right direction, but physical testing is essential to proving the performance of your design. One method of quickly determining stability is to use a load … Continued