8-channel high resolution oscilloscope

Analyze 3-phase power systems, vibration, multiple serial buses, and more

PicoScope 4824 connected to a PC and showing voltage, current and power waveforms.

Four channels aren't enough! With eight channels you can:

  • Make accurate 3-phase power system measurements (3 voltage, 3 current, neutral and one channel to spare!) 20 MHz bandwidth and 12-bit vertical resolution are ideal for 50/60 Hz power system monitoring and harmonics analysis.
  • Debug multiple low-speed serial buses such as UART, I2C, SPI, 1-Wire, CAN and LIN plus control and driver signals. With 256 MS deep buffer memory and PicoScope 6 software you can capture and decode many packets to correlate data errors with signal integrity problems in a device under test.
  • Make a vibration monitoring and analysis system. Just add an accelerometer to turn the PicoScope 4824 into a multi-axis system for detecting problems in rotating machinery, drives and controls.

From just £1,735.00

More

PicoScope release 6.12.5

  • Larger control buttons for improved touch screen instrument control.
  • Addition of "Nudge" buttons for incremental control of horizontal and vertical oscilloscope functions.
  • Addition of control setting "Grids" for faster control of primary oscilloscope functions.
  • Addition of edge count measurements.
  • Addition of color-keyed field identifiers in the serial decoders.

More details about this and other recent releases can be found below or by watching this short video summary.  

The addition of "Nudge" buttons for the main controls such as timebase is a great time saver for both mouse and touch screen users. Just tap once to change range.

The nudge buttons are ideal if you just want to move up/down to the next range. If however you want to jump to a specific timebase or voltage range then settings "Grids" enable faster and easy range selection compared to the previous drop down lists.

A typical example would be changing from say 10 ns/div when viewing a fast noise spike to say 20 ms/div to see if the signal has any 50 or 60 Hz noise. On a traditional benchtop oscilloscope scope this involves turning the knob over 20 clicks (and invariably overshooting and having to go back). With PicoScope it is 2 clicks of the mouse or taps of a touchscreen.

A frequent customer request has been for the software to automatically count the number of edges in a waveform. With the new edge count measurement you can choose between rising, falling or both rising and falling edges. Measurements can be made on all data or just between the rulers.

Color-keyed field identifiers in the serial decoders helps users to focus, and interpret just the relevant data – saves time when debugging complex systems.