USB Scope SA985

Spectrum Analyzer Oscilloscope
Wideband Frequency Response Analyzer, 4-in-1 USB Oscilloscope


Analog Arts SA985 is a 4-in-1 USB-powered oscilloscope. It includes an oscilloscope, a spectrum analyzer, a data recorder, and a frequency and phase meter. This compact device has been developed for professionals with a limited budget. Hobbyists can also benefit from the many features of the instruments. The oscilloscope offers a bandwidth of 1 GHz, and a real sampling rate of  up to 250 MHz (125 MHz/channel) with an effective sampling rate of 100 GHz. SA985 is an ideal oscilloscope for any user. To examine some of the features of the product, install the free application-software and review the comprehensive video tutorials.

 Features SA900 Video Description
  • 2 channels
  • 1 GHz analog input bandwidth
  • 100 GS/s effective sampling rate, 250 MHz real sampling rate (125 MHz/ channel)
  • Rise time: 500 pS
  • 1 nS to 365 days/division (data logger)
  • Vertical Division: 20 mV to 20 V (10x probe),  2 mV to 2 V (1x probe)
  • Input Range: ±80 mV to ±80 V (10x probe),  ±8 mV to ±8 V (1x probe)
  • 10-bit ADC
  • 1 Megabyte data record length
  • Custom API to control all features
  • No external power supply required
  • Intuitive application software with an assortment of features
  • Size: 3X5 inches, 7.5X12.5 cm - Weight: 8.5 oz, 240 g
  • Upgrade options: AW Function Generator, Logic Analyzer & Pattern Generator
 
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