BitScope BS10

Feature Specification
Analog Inputs [1] 3 (1 x BNC + 2 x POD)
Analog Channels 2 (alt/chop via POD), 1 (mixed or BNC)
Analog Bandwidth [2] 70 MHz
Logic Inputs 8 (via POD)
Input Impedance 1M/20 pF (BNC), 100K/5 pF (POD)
Input Voltage Range (+/-) 51.3 mV (x10 prescale) to 1kV (x100 probe)
Vertical Scaling (DSO) 500 uV/Div to 500 V/Div (x100 probe)
Timebase Range (DSO) 50 nS/Div to 400 mS/Div
Post-Trigger Delay (DSO) 8 uS to 2 hours (programmable)
Input Prescaler [3] x10
Analog Sensitivity 2mV to 40mV (x1, no prescale enabled)
Maximum Sensitivity [4] 300 uV (Time), 70uV (Freq), 10uV (Mean)
Fast Sample Rates 4, 5, 10, 13.5, 20, 25, 33, 40 MS/s
Slow Sample Rates [5] 4 kHz to 1 MHz (slow) & <1 Hz (burst mode)
Channel Buffer Depth 32 kS x 1 or 16 kS x 2 (analog/mixed), 32 kS x 8 (logic)
Resolution (Converter) TLC5540 8 bit converter with 6.8 to 7.6 ENOB
Maximum Resolution [6] 11.5 ENOB
Glitch Capture>(min) 25 nS
External Trigger Bus No (but logic input can be used)
BitScope Digital Trigger 8 bit combinatorial on logic or A/D output.
High Speed Analog Trigger YES (on any analog input)
Waveform Generator [7] 10 MS/s (via BNC connector and POD pin 26)
Analog Interface 1 x BNC and 2 x POD
Logic Interface 1 x DB25 (inc. logic, analog, data and power)
Display Refresh Rate (max) 50 Hz (single channel), 25 Hz (dual or mixed)
Data Upload Speed (max) 1.0 Mb/s
PC Host Interface USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)
Included PC Software BitScope DSO Virtual Instrument Application
Power Requirement [8] 12 VDC @ 250 mA (max), 2.5mm CP or USB Powered
Operating Temperature 0ºC to 50ºC
Storage Temperature -20°C to +60°C
Size (WxHxD) 100 x 25 x 100 mm
[1] Dual channel analog capture is possible via the POD analog inputs only.
[2] Input bandwidth refers to the bandwidth of the analog input circuitry and the compensated A/D converter in all but the most sensitive input range.
[3] User selectable analog input prescaler with x10 gain for use with low level signals or when input bandwidth limiting is required.
[4] Minimum measurable peak-to-peak sinusoidal waveform voltage when both resolution enhancement and input multiplier are enabled, when viewed as a waveform (Time) or viewed as a spectrum (Freq) and the minimum measurable average DC voltage (Mean).
[5] In addition to the fast sample rates, a wide range of "slow clock" and "burst clock" rates are supported (to below 1 Hz). Burst clocking also supports further increased bit resolution (ENOB).
[6] Specifies the maximum effective number of bits (ENOB) achieveable with resolution enhancement enabled.
[7] BS50 does not support concurrent capture with waveform generation.
[8] The UPP-02 Universal AC adaptor is optional with this model.

Analog and logic probes are sold seperately.