Hantek DSO-1102E 2-ch, 100MHz 2M Sample Handheld Oscilloscope
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The Hantek DSO-1102E is a five in one: Oscilloscope/Recorder/DMM/FFT Spectrum Analyzer/Frequency Counter. IP-51 rated for dust, drip and shake-proof to withstand harsh environments. Large fuse conforms to European Safety Standard. Battery indicator with easy-changed connect points. Selectable 18650 battery box for matching 18650 battery by yourself. Anti-theft lock hole, tripod fixed hole, hang rope, FLASH light that can be used in darkness. Replaceable BNC safety joints, and an additional one set of joints. 1GSa/s sample rate, 2M Memory depth, 6000 counts DMM. Large 5.6 inch TFT Color LCD Display; High Resolution (640*480)
|Sample Modes||Real-Time Sample|
|Normal||Normal data only|
|Peak Detect||High-frequency and random glitch capture|
|Average||Waveform Average, selectable 4,8,16,32,64,128|
|Inputs Coupling||AC, DC, GND|
|Inputs Impedance||1MΩ ±2% ‖ 20pF ±3pF|
|Probe Attenuation||1X, 10X|
|Supported Probe Attenuation Factor||1X, 10X, 100X, 1000X|
|Maximum Input Voltage||CAT I and CAT II: 300VRMS (10×), Installation Category;
CAT III: 150VRMS (1×)
|Sample Rate Range||1GS/s|
|Waveform Interpolation||(sin x)/x|
|SEC/DIV Range||4ns/div~2000s/div, in a 2, 4, 8 sequence||2ns/div~2000s/div, in a 2, 4, 8 sequence|
|Sample Rate and
Delay Time Accuracy
|±50ppm over any ≥1ms time interval|
|Scanning Speed Range||4ns/div to 8ns/div; (-8div x s/div) to 40ms;
20ns/div to 80μs/div;(-8div×s/div) to 40ms
200μs/div to 40s/div; (-8div×s/div) to 400s
(-4div×s/div) to 20ms;
|Delta Time Measurement Accuracy
|Single-shot, Normal mode:± (1 sample interval +100ppm × reading + 0.6ns);
>16 averages:± (1 sample interval + 100ppm × reading + 0.4ns);
Sample interval = s/div ÷ 200
|Vertical Resolution||8-bit resolution, all channel sampled simultaneously|
|Volts Range||2mV/div to 100V/div at input BNC|
|Rise Time at BNC( typical)||5ns||3.5ns||2.3ns||1.8ns|
|Analog Bandwidth in
Normal and Average
modes at BNC or with probe,
|Math||+, -, *, /, FFT|
|FFT||Windows:Hanning, Flatop, Rectamgular, Bartlett, Blackman; 1024 sample point|
|Low Frequency Response (-3db)||≤10Hz at BNC|
|DC Gain Accuracy||±3% for Normal or Average acquisition mode, 100V/div to 10mV/div.
±4% for Normal or Average acquisition mode, 5mV/div to 2mV/div.
|DC Measurement Accuracy,
Average Acquisition Mode
|Measurement Type: Average of ≥16 waveforms with vertical position at zero
Accuracy: ± (3% × reading + 0.1div + 1mV) when 10mV/div or greater is selected.
Measurement Type: Average of ≥16 waveforms with vertical position not at zero
Accuracy: ± [3% × (reading + vertical position) + 1% of vertical position + 0.2div].
|Volts Measurement Repeatability,
Average Acquisition Mode
|Delta volts between any two averages of ≥16 waveforms acquired under same setup and ambient conditions|
|Trigger Types||Edge, Video, Pulse, Slope, Over time, Alternative|
|Trigger Source||CH1, CH2, AC Line|
|Trigger Modes||Auto, Normal, Single|
|Coupling Type||DC, AC, HF Reject, LF Reject, Noise Reject|
(Edge Trigger Type)
1div from DC to 10MHz; 1.5div from 10MHz to 100MHz; 2div from 100MHz to Full;
AC: Attenuates signals below 10Hz ;
HF Reject: Attenuates signals above 80kHz;
LF Reject: Same as the DC-coupled limits for frequencies above 150kHz; attenuates signals below 150kHz.
|Trigger Level Range||CH1/CH2: ±8 divisions from center of screen;|
|Trigger Level Accuracy( typical)Accuracy is for signals having rise and fall times ≥20ns||CH1/CH2: 0.2div × volts/div within ±4 divisions from center of screen;|
|Set Level to 50%(typical)||Operates with input signals ≥50Hz|
|Video Trigger Type||CH1, CH2: Peak-to-peak amplitude of 2 divisions;|
|Signal Formats and Field Rates||Supports NTSC, PAL and SECAM broadcast systems for any field or any line|
|Holdoff Range||100ns ~ 10s|
|Pulse Width Trigger|
|Pulse Width Trigger Mode||Trigger when (< , >, = , or ≠); Positive pulse or Negative pulse|
|Pulse Width Trigger Point||Equal: The oscilloscope triggers when the trailing edge of the pulse crosses the trigger level.
Not Equal: If the pulse is narrower than the specified width, the trigger point is the trailing edge. Otherwise, the oscilloscope triggers when a pulse continues longer than the time specified as the Pulse Width.
Less than: The trigger point is the trailing edge.
Greater than (also called overtime trigger): The oscilloscope triggers when a pulse continues longer than the time specified as the Pulse Width
|Pulse Width Range||20ns ~ 10s|
|Slope Trigger Mode||Trigger when (< , > , = , or ≠ ); Positive slope or Negative slope|
|Slope Trigger Point||Equal: The oscilloscope triggers when the waveform slope is equal to the set slope.
Not Equal: The oscilloscope triggers when the waveform slope is not equal to the set slope.
Less than: The oscilloscope triggers when the waveform slope is less than the set slope.
Greater than: The oscilloscope triggers when the waveform slope is greater than the set slope.
|Time Range||20ns ~ 10s|
|Over Time Modee||Rising edge or Falling edge|
|Time Range||20ns ~ 10s|
|Trigger on CH1||Internal Trigger: Edge, Pulse Width, Video, Slope|
|Trigger on CH2||Internal Trigger: Edge, Pulse Width, Video, Slope|
|Trigger Frequency Counter|
|Readout Resolution||6 digits|
|Accuracy (typical)||±30ppm (including all frequency reference errors and ±1 count errors)|
|Frequency Range||AC coupled, from 4Hz minimum to rated bandwidth|
|Signal Source||Pulse Width or Edge Trigger modes: all available trigger sources
The Frequency Counter measures trigger source at all times, including when the oscilloscope acquisition pauses due to changes in the run status, or acquisition of a single shot event has completed.
Pulse Width Trigger mode: The oscilloscope counts pulses of significant magnitude inside the 1s measurement window that qualify as triggerable events, such as narrow pulses in a PWM pulse train if set to < mode and the width is set to a relatively small time.
Edge Trigger mode: The oscilloscope counts all edges of sufficient magnitude and correct polarity.
Video Trigger mode: The Frequency Counter does not work.
|Cursor Measurement||Manual: Voltage difference between cursors: △V
Time difference between cursors: △T
Reciprocal of △T in Hertz (1/ΔT);
Tracing: The voltage and time at a waveform point;
|Auto Measuerment||Frequency, Period, Mean, Pk-Pk, Cycli RMS, Minimum, Maximum, Rise time, Fall Time, +Pulse Width, -Pulse Width, Delay1-2Rise, Delay1-2Fall, +Duty, -Duty, Vbase, Vtop, Vmid, Vamp, Overshoot, Preshoot, Preiod Mean, Preiod RMS,|
|Scope Trend Plot||1.2M Point|
|Display Resolution||640 horizontal by 480 vertical pixels|
|Display Contrast||Adjustable (16 gears) with the progress bar|
|Probe Compensation Test Output|
|Output Voltage( typical)||About 2Vpp into ≥1MΩ load|
|Supply Voltage||AC Input:100-240VACRMS,1.5A MAX,50Hz~60Hz; DC Output: 12V,3A|
|Temperature||Operating: 32℉ to 122℉ (0℃ to 50℃);
Nonoperating: -40℉ to 159.8℉ (-40℃ to +71℃)
|Humidity||+104℉ or below (+40℃ or below): ≤90% relative humidity;
106℉ to 122℉ (+41℃ to 50℃): ≤60% relative humidity
|Altitude||Operating: Below 3,000m (10,000 feet);
Nonoperaring: Below 15,000m(50,000 feet)
|Size||260mmmm; 220mm; 75mm|