SDS2000X Series Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes

    • 70, 100, 200, 300 MHz models
    • Real-time sampling rate up to 2 GSa/s
    • New generation of SPO technology
    • Waveform capture rate up to 140,000 wfm/s (normal mode), and 500,000 wfm/s (sequence mode)
    • Supports 256-level intensity grading and color temperature display
    • Record length up to 140 Mpts
    • Digital trigger system
    • Promotional discount on 100, 200, 300 MHz models (-30%)
    • See store for promotional package on options

 

Product Overview

SIGLENT’s SDS2000X Series Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes are available in bandwidths of 70, 100, 200, and 300 MHz, maximum sample rate of 2 GSa/s, and come with a maximum record length of 140 Mpts. The most commonly used functions can be accessed with its user-friendly one-button design.

The SDS2000X series employs a new generation of SPO technology. It has an innovative digital trigger system with high sensitivity and low jitter, and a maximum waveform capture rate of 140,000 wfm/s (normal mode), up to 500,000 wfm/s (sequence mode). It also employs a 256-level intensity grading display with a color temperature mode to help visualize issues quickly. The trigger system supports triggering modes including serial bus and video triggering. The 2000Xs also feature a history waveform recording and sequence acquisition for recording and replaying multiple trigger events. Other features include an impressive array of measurement and math capabilities, options for a built-in 25 MHz arbitrary waveform generator, 16 digital channels (MSO), and serial decoding.

Bandwidth Channels Real time
sampling rate
Capture rate Memory depth Price
SDS2304X 300 MHz 4 2 GSa/s 140,000 wfm/s 140 Mpts €2,529 Buy Now
SDS2302X 300 MHz 2 2 GSa/s 140,000 wfm/s 140 Mpts €1,905 Buy Now
SDS2204X 200 MHz 4 2 GSa/s 140,000 wfm/s 140 Mpts €1,869 Buy Now
SDS2202X 200 MHz 2 2 GSa/s 140,000 wfm/s 140 Mpts €1,375 Buy Now
SDS2104X 100 MHz 4 2 GSa/s 140,000 wfm/s 140 Mpts €1,405 Buy Now
SDS2102X 100 MHz 2 2 GSa/s 140,000 wfm/s 140 Mpts €989 Buy Now
SDS2074X 70 MHz 4 2 GSa/s 140,000 wfm/s 140 Mpts €1,099 Buy Now
SDS2072X 70 MHz 2 2 GSa/s 140,000 wfm/s 140 Mpts €789 Buy Now
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Key Features

  • Intelligent triggers: Edge, Slope, Pulse, Window, Runt, Interval, Dropout, Pattern, Video (HDTV supported)
  • Serial bus triggering and decoder, supports protocols IIC, SPI, UART, RS232, CAN and LIN (Optional)
  • Low background noise, includes 1 mV/div to 10 V/div voltage scales
  • 10 types of one-button shortcuts, including Auto Setup, Default, Cursors, Measure, Roll, History,
    Display/Persist, Clear Sweeps, Zoom and Print
  • Segmented acquisition (Sequence) mode divides the maximum record length into multiple segments
    (up to 80,000) according to trigger conditions set by the user. The resulting acquisition has a very small
    dead time
  • History waveform record (History) function, the maximum recording length is 80,000 frames
  • Automatic measurement function on 37 parameters, supports statistics, Gating measurements, Math
    measurements, History measurements and Ref measurements
  • Math function (FFT, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, integration, differential, square root)
  • High-speed hardware based Pass/ Fail function
  • 16 Digital channels (MSO option), Maximum waveform capture rate up to 500 MSa/s, Record length
    up to 140 Mpt/ch

I spent a long time researching various oscilloscopes. It got to be fairly evident that the Siglent line clearly gave the best performance per dollar invested of any of these instruments. Once I received the scope, I was delighted to find that my research had paid off. The scope is very easy to use and certainly meets all of its specifications.

Richard Melvilleon
August 31, 2016

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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, Cursors, Measure, Roll, History, Display/Persist, Clear Sweeps, Zoom and Print. Supports auto detection of 10X probe with read-out port (200 MHz and 300 MHz versions only).

Product Characteristics

Waveform Capture Rate up to 500,000 wfm/s View more

Waveform Capture Rate up to 500,000 wfm/s

With a waveform capture rate of up to 500,000 wfm/s (sequence mode), the oscilloscope can easily capture unusual or small probability events

Record Length of up to 140 Mpts View more

Record Length of up to 140 Mpts

The hardware-based zoom and deep memory (140 Mpts) enables the use of a high sampling rate to capture more of the signal, and then quickly zoom in to focus on the area of interest

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 Display View more

Color Temperature Display

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

Variety of Trigger Functions View more

Variety of Trigger Functions

Edge, Slope, Pulse, Video, Windows, Runt, Interval, Dropout, Pattern, IIC, SPI, UART/RS232, LIN and CAN

History Mode View more

History Mode

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.

Sequence Mode View more

Sequence Mode

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

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.

Advanced Math Function View more

Advanced Math Function

Supports traditional (+, -, X, /) operations as well as FFT, integration, differential, and square root operations.

Eres Mode View more

Eres Mode

Eres mode uses oversampling and averaging to improve the SNR of a measurement.

16 Digital Channels / MSO (Optional) View more

16 Digital Channels / MSO (Optional)

4 analog channels plus 16 digital channels enables users to trigger, observe, and decode on analog and digital channels simultaneously.

Serial Bus Decoding Function (Optional) View more

Serial Bus Decoding Function (Optional)

Displays the decoded signals in a list. Bus protocol information can be quickly and intuitively displayed in tabular format.

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

Built-in 25 MHz Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator (Optional)

Built-in generator can be used to stimulate devices or circuits and save bench space. Includes 10 built-in waveforms plus 4 ARBs. The arbitrary waveforms can be accessed and edited by the EasyWave PC software

Support and Resources

Application Notes

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

Open Socket LAN connection using Python

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

Testing Open Socket Communications Using PuTTY

Download PDF 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 … Continued