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Post by none » Wed Aug 18, 2004 11:46 pm

I'm trying to work out which scope to get hold of to look at microcontroller circuits up to about 20 Mhz. One possibility would be the 3000 series - I also came across the TiePie range and would be interested how you think your products compete.
We've used about 5 of your DrDaqs for system environment monitoring in our company (I've a delphi app which provides a little webserver for remote monitoring) which all works great, so it would be naturaly to include Picotech in the shortlist for a pc oscilloscope.
Thanks, John.


Post by Sarah » Thu Aug 19, 2004 2:16 pm

Hi John

Thank you for your post and your interest in our products.

In our new PS3000 series the PS3206 is the highest specification oscilloscope. This is an 8 bit, 100MHz oscilloscope.

The main difference that I can see between the PS3206 and the TiePie HS3 is in the size of the internal buffer memory. The HS3 has 128k word/channel memory, which is much smaller than our 1MB memory size.

Hope this helps

Best Regards

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