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The PicoScope 3406B is a high–performance 4 channel USB oscilloscope with enough bandwidth and buffer memory for a wide range of analog and digital design, troubleshooting, testing and measurement tasks. With its built–in signal generator and arbitrary waveform generator, it gives you a complete test bench in one compact unit. Here are the main specifications and features:
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…the PicoScope 3406B can certainly be recommended.
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The top oscilloscope in our entry–level PicoScope 2000 Series gives you a lot of features for a low price. In one compact enclosure you get not just a fast, powerful oscilloscope with advanced triggering, but also a spectrum analyzer and function generator/arbitrary waveform generator.
The PicoScope 2000 Series scopes are ideal for debugging, test, and field servicing. Pack one in your laptop bag and carry a complete test bench around with you!
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Our PicoTech channel on youtube is the home of a large collection of training videos on a variety of oscilloscope–related subjects. There are now over 60 videos on new features in the PicoScope software, persistence display mode, spectrum analysis, serial decoding, advanced triggering, the PicoScope 9000 Series sampling scopes, and many more subjects.
We have recently added a set of videos on the use of the PicoScope 4262 Very–High–Resolution Oscilloscope for audio signal analysis. For lower–precision applications, the procedures used in these videos can be used with any PicoScope oscilloscope.
Also see the related article: High–Resolution Fault–Finding and Testing with the PicoScope 4262
PicoScope math channels and sample count
Q. When I’m using math channels in PicoScope, the number of samples seems to be limited to 2 million. Is there any way around this?
A. For performance reasons, the capture size is limited to 2 M samples when math channels are in use. However, you can capture as many samples as you like with math channels switched off, then enable your desired math channels and the calculation will be done on the stored data.
Q. How can I know the triggered time of a channel in PicoScope?
A. Right–click on the PicoScope display and select “View Properties”. This will show the Properties list, which includes the date and time, to the nearest second, of the capture showing on the screen.
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