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2 new models!

After power measurement and electronics, the SCOPIX III family has now been extended with specific features for testing field buses. With the SCOPIX BUS models, you can check the physical integrity of field buses to verify the signal transmission quality with 14 protocols: KNX-DALI-CAN-LIN-FLEXRAY-PROFIBUS-RS-ETHERNET …

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2 new models!

After power measurement and electronics, the SCOPIX III family has now been extended with specific features for testing field buses. With the SCOPIX BUS models, you can check the physical integrity of field buses to verify the signal transmission quality with 14 protocols: KNX-DALI-CAN-LIN-FLEXRAY-PROFIBUS-RS-ETHERNET …

Find out more...

FFT Analyser
 
 

Real-time Fast Fourier Transform (FFT)
for a frequency breakdown of your signal.

 

 

FFT avec une fenêtre Hanning et une échelle logarithmique
FFT with a Hanning window and a logarithmic scale

The FFT Analyser mode can be used for precise measurement of the frequency lines, levels and attenuations by taking advantage of the 80 dB dynamic range offered by the 12-bit / 2.5 GS/s conversion.

This mode is particularly useful for arriving at an effective diagnosis during qualitative analysis of the signals:

  • measurement of the various harmonics, sub-harmonics, non-harmonics and signal distortion
  • pulse response analysis
  • search for noise sources in logical circuits

FFT with a rectangular window and a linear scale.
Discover the other functions

Real-time Fast Fourier Transform (FFT)
for a frequency breakdown of your signal.

 

 

FFT avec une fenêtre Hanning et une échelle logarithmique
FFT with a Hanning window and a logarithmic scale

The FFT Analyser mode can be used for precise measurement of the frequency lines, levels and attenuations by taking advantage of the 80 dB dynamic range offered by the 12-bit / 2.5 GS/s conversion.

This mode is particularly useful for arriving at an effective diagnosis during qualitative analysis of the signals:

  • measurement of the various harmonics, sub-harmonics, non-harmonics and signal distortion
  • pulse response analysis
  • search for noise sources in logical circuits

FFT with a rectangular window and a linear scale.
Discover the other functions