Starting in 2017, SIGLENT has been using this format for serial numbers for instrumentation:
The EMI toolkit available for many SIGLENT spectrum analyzers, such as the SSA3X, 3X Plus, SVA, and X-R series, feature a Quasi-peak detector that was designed to CISPR-16 specifications, which include pulse repetition rates. The EMI toolkit has been tested with pulse repetition rate minimum of 20 Hz, but has not been tested below this. … Continued
Spectrum and vector network analyzers like the SIGLENT SSA, SVA, and SNA series products feature very sensitive circuitry that can be easily damaged by electrostatic discharge or ESD. In many cases, ESD events aren’t obvious. It isn’t always a visible/noticeable event like the “wool sock shock” you may have tried as a child. ESD events … Continued
Fuses are a common circuit element and are key to protecting from overvoltage and overcurrent situations that can damage important circuits. Fuse markings are typically stamped symbols located on the metal cap of the fuse. Here is a helpful guide to common fuse markings used with instrumentation, taking a common fuse type as an example: … Continued
The SIGLENT analyzers feature an output that can source demodulated AM or FM audio Click for tips on AM/FM Demodulation Here are the specifications for the audio output: 3.5 mm Mono output. 16-ohm output impedance Output power of approximately 13 mW
Not at this time. Many instruments support communication via sockets (port 5025) and telnet (port 5024) but the port numbers cannot be changed. If you use VISA, you can implement LAN via TCP/IP, which does not need a port number. Here is a listing of current SIGLENT instruments with Socket and Telnet Support.
Simply access the Save/Recall menu for the instrument in question and select Local. The menu will show used/total amounts. Here, the SDG6X has approximately 83 MB and the SDG1X has 85 MB of memory:
Siglent analyzers (SSA/SSA plus/SSA -R and SVA series) are now compatible with the latest version of EMCView software from Tekbox: EMCview PC software for EMC pre-compliance testing
Per OSHA, a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) is an independent third-part laboratory recognized by the United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to test and certify products to applicable product safety standards. Examples of NRTLs include UL, CSA, and TUV. Many SIGLENT products are TUV certified, which also covers UL and CSA requirements. To … Continued
1-5Vp, 10MHz +/- 100 ppm (Sine preferred) This indicates that the external clock can be “off” from 10 MHz by +/- 100 ppm. All frequency measurements are scaled according to the clock. If the clock is not 10 MHz, then the frequencies indicated on the instrument will also be off.