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, we use the Search and Navigate feature of the SIGLENT SDS2X Plus scope to isolate and indicate low voltage conditions of an input signal. Here, we use an SDG signal generator to produce a 60 Hz sine wave and we introduce a few periods of much lower voltage.. simulating dirty power/brownout conditions … Continued
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, we introduce you to LXI Tools, an open-source instrument programming and control application that has a small footprint and excellent performance. It works seamlessly with a variety of SIGLENT products, including SDSX and XE scopes, SDGX generators, and SDM DMMs. Special thanks to Martin Lund and the other developers of LXI … 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