Many SIGLENT SDS series oscilloscopes feature Sequence mode, which can be used to capture multiple trigger events that can be replayed like frames in a movie. In this video, we show how to use SINGLE trigger mode to stop acquisition after the user-defined sequences have been captured.
In this video, I connect an SDS6000A series oscilloscope and SDG7000A series arbitrary waveform generator to a computer using a LAN and highlight some of the features of a commercially available VNC(r) software tool. If you are remotely monitoring instrumentation, these types of tools can be very helpful in displaying information.
In this video, I compare the response from two power supplies using a stepped load to show the differences between a well-tuned supply and one that exhibits excessive ringing. Also, add in some basic instrument requirements to help get you started making your own step load tests. Here, I use a SIGLENT SDL1X-E DC Electronic … Continued
In this video, Chris shows how terminations affect signals and compares various 50 ohm terminations using a SIGLENT scope and function generator:
Siglent Founder and CEO Eric Qin visited the EEVblog Lab and very kindly agreed to sit down for a quick impromptu chat. NOTE: Proper English subtitles are available. http://siglent.com/ens/ Forum: http://www.eevblog.com/forum/blog/eev… EEVblog Main Web Site: http://www.eevblog.com The 2nd EEVblog Channel: http://www.youtube.com/EEVblog2
Learn how to use the dropout trigger to isolate signals that are below a set trigger value and are missing information.
Learn how to easily capture and transfer waveform data from a SIGLENT SDG osiclloscope to an SDG function generator. Once the data has been transferred to the SDG, you can edit and adjust the waveform and perform extended testing.