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Tektronix TDS220 Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Manufacturer part number: TDS220
100 MHz; 1 GS/s on each channel
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The TDS220 is part of the TDS200 Series of Digital Oscilloscopes. The TDS200 Oscilloscopes have quickly become the benchmark for low-cost oscilloscopes. Offering an unbeatable combination of performance, reliability and versatility, the TDS200 Series offers breakthrough digital and real-time advantages at affordable oscilloscope prices.

The user interface is similar to that of an analog oscilloscope, but with improvements that reduce learning time and increase efficiency. Knobs and buttons are grouped by function and provide direct access to controls, and each vertical channel has its own dedicated scale and position knobs. Readouts or menus are displayed on-screen at all times, allowing users to more quickly and accurately determine instrument settings. The display responds quickly to control adjustments and has a fast update rate.

  • 100 MHz with 1 GS/s Sample Rate on all Channels
  • 2 and 4 Channel Models
  • Dual Timebase
  • Automatic Measurements
  • Multi-language User Interface
  • Autoset
  • Waveform and Setup Memories
  • Extended Capabilities Are Provided with Optional Modules, Software and Probing
  • Design/Debug
  • Service and Repair
  • Manufacturing Test and Quality Control
  • Education/Training
Description

The TDS220 is part of the TDS200 Series of Digital Oscilloscopes. The TDS200 Oscilloscopes have quickly become the benchmark for low-cost oscilloscopes. Offering an unbeatable combination of performance, reliability and versatility, the TDS200 Series offers breakthrough digital and real-time advantages at affordable oscilloscope prices.

The user interface is similar to that of an analog oscilloscope, but with improvements that reduce learning time and increase efficiency. Knobs and buttons are grouped by function and provide direct access to controls, and each vertical channel has its own dedicated scale and position knobs. Readouts or menus are displayed on-screen at all times, allowing users to more quickly and accurately determine instrument settings. The display responds quickly to control adjustments and has a fast update rate.