Siglent Technologies attended and exhibited at this year’s Ham Radio 2018 show in Friedrichshafen, Germany, held June 1 – 3, 2018. Display booths from electronics and software vendors from around the world were located in the Exhibitors Hall.
SIGLENT showcased products including the SDS2000X/SDS1000X-E digital oscilloscopes, SDG2000X arbitrary waveform generators，SSA3000X series spectrum analyzers, SPD1168X programmable power supply and more.
One of Siglent’s newest models is the SPD1168X programmable power supply. The SPD1168X Programmable Linear DC Power Supply has a 2.8 inch TFT-LCD display, features remote computer control capability, and real time wave display in order to deliver high performance and ease-of-use. The SPD1168 features a high precision programmable output capable of delivering up to 16 V / 8 A and also includes a 4-wire sense function for more accurate voltage sourcing, especially when using long leads or high resistance connections. The ‘1168 utilizes output short and overload protection to protect the power supply itself as well as the users’ device being powered.
SIGLENT’s SDS2000X Series Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes are available in bandwidths of 70, 100, 200, and 300 MHz and provide a maximum sample rate of 2 GSa/s. The SDS2000X comes with a maximum record length of 140 MPts. The SDS2000X series employs a new generation of SPO technology and represents the highest-end oscilloscope in the SIGLENT line. 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 more quickly. The trigger system supports various 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.
We wish to thank everyone who came by our booth and we look forward to seeing you again next year!