Intuitive Navigation Tools simplify long record length analysis

The 7000 Series Digital Oscilloscope allows engineers to capture longer, higher resolution aquisitions then ever before.  But to make this data useful requires search and navigation tools to help you move through the record and find areas of interest.

The DS7000 provides:

Zoom Mode -- Quickly visualize the entire record and easily zoom into details at the same time.

 

Search and Mark --  Find all matching instances of a trigger event across the entire capture.  Quickly move between events using the Mark Table or via front panel controls

 

Record Mode -- Allows you to isolate only signals of interest, capture, store  and analyze up to 450,000 trigger events and and sequentially view these events over time.

Search and Mark

RIGOL's digital triggering technology makes it possible to find all matching events for 7 common trigger types within a seamless data set. This video explores how to capture, navigate, and  quickly  identify signals of interest using our search and mark capability

Record Mode

Capture & Compare up to 450,000 trigger events then sequentially play those events back utilizing intuitive controls.

Combine Record Mode with our powerful Zone trigger to isolate only signals of interest for recording and  reducing your time to identify  and debug system anomolies.

This Video shows how to capture only events of interest then play back hours or days of events like a movie.

Zoom Mode

 

With the push of a single button you can present the entire aquisition on screen.  This split screen view lets you look at fine details while maintaining a view of where you are in the record.  Quickly scroll through the record, see patterns, and easily drill into details.

Learn why the DS7000 is the most powerful Oscilloscope in its class

Uncompromised Performance...Unprecedented Value

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