Equipment information

BK Precision 2532 Oscilloscope
Manufacturer:
Model:
2532
Date:
2007
Category:
Group:
Description:
Digital Storage Oscilloscope 40 MHz, 500 MSa/s

Information

The 2530 & 2532 Digital Storage Oscilloscope is a light-weight benchtop Oscilloscope for viewing waveforms and taking measurements. The 2530/2532 is an ideal education and training tool and also well suited for applications in service and repair. Key Features ■ 40 MHz bandwidth, 500MSa/s sample rate with color display (model 2532) a 25 MHz bandwidth, 250MSa/s sample rate with monochrome display (model 2530) a 4000 point record length for each channel a One touch automatic setup for ease of use (Auto) a Save/Recall setup and waveform data a Capture, save and analyze waveform data and measurement results with the included EasyScope Application Software a Cursors with readouts a Eleven automatic measurements a Waveform averaging and peak detection a Math functions: +, -, / and x operations a Fast Fourier Transformation (FFT) a Extensive Trigger capabilities: Pulse Width trigger, Video trigger capability with line-selectable triggering, External trigger a Variable persistence display a Built in trigger frequency Counter 3

show more

User Manual
Manual Type:
User Manual
Pages:
70
Size:
2.55 Mbytes (2676373 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
1.2
Manual-ID:
Date:
01 January 2007
Quality:
Scanned document, all readable.
Upload date:
24 January 2017
MD5:
c3ac902400b90200c21a8bbb0acde302
Downloads:
718

Information

Chapter 1 Getting Started ... 6 1.1 Installation ... 6 1.2 Functional check ... 6 1.3 Probe handling ... 8 1.3.1 Probe Safety ... 8 1.3.2 Probe Compensation ... 8 1.3.3 Probe Attenuation Setting ... 9 1.4 Self Calibration ... 10 Chapter 2 Main Control Sections Overview ... 11 2.1 Vertical System ... 11 2.2 Horizontal System ... 13 2.3 Trigger System ... 15 2.3.1 Signal Source ... 16 2.3.2 Trigger Type ... 16 2.3.3 Coupling ... 19 2.3.4 Position ... 19 2.3.5 Slope & Level ... 19 2.4 Acquisition system ... 20 2.5 Display System ... 23 2.5.1 X-Y Format ... 25 2.6 Measurement system ... 25 2.6.1 Graticule Measurement ... 26 2.6.2 Cursor Measurement ... 26 2.6.3 Auto Measurement ... 27 2.7 Utility System ... 30 2.7.1 System status ... 31 2.7.3 Self Calibration ... 31 2.7.4 Self Test ... 31 2.8 Save/Recall System ... 32 Chapter 3 Operating Basics ... 36 3.1 Display Area ... 35 3.2 Using the Menu System ... 36 3.3 Using the default setup ... 37 3.4 Using the auto setup ... 37 3.5 Using the ADJUST knob ... 39 3.6 Setting up the Vertical System ... 40 3.6.1 Setting up the CH1, CH2 Channels ... 40 3.6.2 Using the Vertical Position knob and Volts/Div knob ... 44 3.6.3 Using Ref ... 44 3.7 Math Functions ... 45 3.8 Setting up the Horizontal system ... 49 3.8.1 Horizontal control knobs ... 49 3.8.2 Window Zone ... 49 3.8.3 Trigger holdoff ... 50 3.9 Set trigger system ... 50 3.10 Menu and control button ... 51 3.11 Connectors ... 51 Chapter 4 Application Examples ... 53 4.1Taking Simple Measurements ... 53 4.2 Taking Cursor Measurements ... 54 4.2.2 Measuring Ring Amplitude ... 55 4.3 Capturing a Single-Shot signal ... 55 4.4 Analyzing signal details ... 56 4.4.1 Looking at a Noisy Signal ... 56 4.4.2 Separating the Signal from the Noise ... 56 4.5 Triggering on a Video Signal ... 56 4.5.1 Triggering on a Video Field ... 56 4.5.2 Triggering on Video Lines ... 57 4.6 Application for the X-Y function ... 57 4.7 Analyzing a Differential Communication Signal ... 58 Chapter 5 Prompt messages and troubleshooting hints ... 60 Appendix A: Specifications ... 62 Appendix B: Default setup ... 65 Appendix C: Sample Rate versus Timebase Setting ... 66 Appendix D: Daily Maintenance and Cleaning ... 66 Appendix E: Index ... 68 Appendix F: Service and Warranty Information ... 69

show more

Add Comment

* Required information
1000
Captcha Image

Comments

No comments yet. Be the first!