This video explains the process of adding MSO/Digital input channels to the SIGLENT SDS1004X-E series of oscilloscopes.
In this video, we show how to add an external function generator (SAG1021) to an SDS1004X-E scope. This is perfect for adding a compact source for circuit/device stimulus. NOTE: The SAG1021 has been improved and is now the SAG1021I (isolated).
Here, @learnelectronics uses a SIGLENT SDS1202X-E and STB-3 to describe oscilloscope trigger functionality:
In this video, Chris shows how terminations affect signals and compares various 50 ohm terminations using a SIGLENT scope and function generator:
Jack Ganssle, from The Embedded Muse website, reviews the SIGLENT SDS5000X 1 GHz Oscilloscope (Date: 7/2019) Click on the thumbnail below to go to Jack’s webpage and watch more:
Chris Grossman (@batray) reviews the SIGLENT Bode II capabilities that were added with the four-channel XE firmware version 6.1.33:
In part two of this two-part video, we introduce some of the novel features of the SDS5000X scope, including: Part 2 Highlights: – Cycle-to-cycle jitter histogram – Search and Navigate – History (frame-by-frame) recall – Waveform histogram – Remote control using onboard web page Part 1 can be viewed here: https://siglentna.com/video/sds5000x-feature-highlights-part-1/
In part one of this two-part video, we introduce some of the novel features of the SDS5000X scope, including: – 10.1″ Touch screen – USB Keyboard/Mouse control – 250 Mpt deep memory – Custom waveform labeling – Flexible cursor labeling – Deep memory measurements with stats/histogram – Extended trigger types, including zone and qualified Part … Continued