Sensor+Test 2016: Rohde & Schwarz showcases its strong oscilloscope portfolio, featuring R&S Scope Rider and R&S RTO2000
This is the second time that Rohde & Schwarz will be exhibiting at the Sensor+Test trade fair, following its debut in 2015. The T&M expert's portfolio can be seen in hall 1, booth 555. The trade fair will take place in Nuremberg from May 10 to 12, 2016.
The R&S Scope Rider is the first handheld oscilloscope for mobile use offering the functionality of a lab instrument. It packs five test instruments into a compact format: a lab oscilloscope, logic analyzer, protocol analyzer, data logger and digital multimeter. Its robust design makes it perfect for mobile installation and maintenance work. The fully insulated instrument meets measurement category CAT IV requirements and can be used to perform measurements at the source of low-voltage installations up to 600 V.
The Rohde & Schwarz portfolio also includes the most compact lab oscilloscope for multi-domain applications: the R&S RTO2000. When using it to check advanced embedded designs, developers are able to analyze how sophisticated functional units such as power supplies, the processor system and the sensor technology interact. The R&S RTO2000 displays the correlations between time, frequency, protocol and logic analysis measurement results like no other oscilloscope can.
Additional trade show highlights include the new entry-level R&S HMO1202 mixed signal oscilloscope that offers outstanding performance at an exceptional price. The R&S RTM and R&S RTE oscilloscope families and accessories will also be represented. Featuring a range of trigger and decoding options as well as options for compliance testing, these Rohde & Schwarz oscilloscopes provide valuable support in design verification, commissioning, debugging and compliance testing for a wide spectrum of users in areas ranging from embedded design to mobile communications to automotive.
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