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PicoScope® 6000E Series

The PicoScope 6000E Series fixed‑resolution and FlexRes® oscilloscopes provide 8 to 12 bits of vertical resolution, 500 MHz bandwidth and 5 GS/s sampling rate.

Eight analog channels have the timing and amplitude resolution you need to reveal signal integrity issues such as glitches, runts, dropouts, noise, distortion and ringing, and 16 digital MSO channels enable the debug and verification of complex ECUs and FPGA-based designs.

These new oscilloscopes are ideal for design engineers working on high performance embedded systems, signal processing, power electronics, mechatronics and automotive designs, and for researchers and scientists working on multichannel high‑performance experiments.


More
8 analog + 16 digital channels (MSO)


Deeper
Up to 4 GS
memory


Higher
500 MHz bandwidth
in an 8-channel PicoScope


Smarter
8-bit and 8/10/12-bit FlexRes


Better
Multi-channel probe
positioning system


Most
21 serial protocol
decoders as standard

PicoScope 6000E Series Applications


Embedded system debug in
the laboratory.
PicoScope 6000E in use on a workbench
PicoScope 6 software with support for dual monitors.
PicoScope 6000E being used with PicoScope 6
PicoScope 6000E used in power systems analysis.
Close up of a circuit board being probed
Automotive ECU design
and verification.
Engineer using the probe measure signals
Semiconductor device characterisation and research.
Close up of the PicoScope 6000E 8 Channel Scope in use
Scientific research
and education.
PicoScope 6000E in use with the probing station

Take a closer look at PicoScope 6000E


Front view of PicoScope 6000E Series
Front view of an 8 Channel PicoScope 6000E
Back view of PicoScope 6000E Series
Back view of PicoScope 6000E

PicoScope 6 Included


Serial data decoding and analysis: 21 protocols included as standard!

Arbitrary waveform and function generator 50 MHz 14 bits 200 MS/s.
Frequency domain display and measurements.
Digital channels display individally or grouped as a bus.
Time domain display and measurements.
Properties showing instrument settings at a glance.
Rulers for presicion on-screen time and amplitude measurement.
  • Serial data decoding and analysis: 21 protocols included as standard.
  • Arbitrary waveform and function generator 50 MHz 14-bits 200 MS/s.
  • Frequency domain display and measurements.
  • Digital channels display individally or grouped as a bus.
  • Time domain display and measurements.
  • Properties showing instrument settings at a glance.
  • Rulers for presicion on-screen time and amplitude measurement.

Software Development Kit


Our free software development kit, PicoSDK, allows you to write your own software and includes drivers for Windows, macOS and Linux. Controlling your PicoScope from a third party software package can be essential when integrating into third party systems, such as bespoke test fixtures which require a single software programme to control all aspects.


Example code supplied on our GitHub organization page shows how to interface to third-party software packages such as National Instruments LabVIEW and MathWorks MATLAB, saving you precious coding time when needing to implement SDK control.

What you get in the box


Image of the carry case included with PicoScope 6000E Series

Hard carry case, custom designed for the scope and accessories

Image of the PicoScope 6000E Series included in the box

PicoScope 6000E

Image of the Probes inclued with PicoScope 6000E Series

4x 500 MHz probes
with accessories

Image of the USB 3.0 cables included with PicoScope 6000E Series

USB 3.0 cable

Image of the mains adaptor included with PicoScope 6000E Series

Mains adaptor
(International power adapters)

TA369 MSO Pod


The detachable active MSO pod is powered by the scope and connects to either of the two digital interface ports on the front panel, with 8 permanently attached flying leads terminating in MSO probes.
PicoScope 6000E being used with PicoScope 6
The MSO probes and accessories allow connection to headers with signal and ground pins, in any combination. All PicoScope 6000E Series models support MSO functionality.
PicoScope 6000E in use on a workbench

Probe Positioning System


The Pico oscilloscope probe positioning system holds your circuit board firmly during soldering, inspection and test.

For testing, the kits are supplied with probe holders which secure magnetically to the steel base plate.

When the probes are installed in the holders they can be positioned to make contact with points of interest on the circuit board and will remain in contact while you make measurements.

The large steel base plate is mirror finished allowing you to see any items such as status LEDs underneath the PCB.

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