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Saelig Debuts 100MHz Handheld Oscilloscope

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Saelig Debuts 100MHz Handheld Oscilloscope

Saelig Company, Inc. has announces the HDS3102MN, a 100MHz two-channel handheld oscilloscope and 3¾ digit multimeter with FFT spectrum display capability. A USB connection allows storing or printing of the displayed waveforms.

The HDS3102MN has an impact resistant casing, a 640×480 LCD display, and 6-hour battery life, according to the company. Silica gel keys offer shortcuts for simplified operation.

It features functions such as: advanced stable scope triggering in Free Run, Single shot, Edge, and Video modes; Digital Persistence to observe slow-moving signals; and averaging to reduce noise. The Auto-Set feature lets the Oscilloscope display and measure signals automatically, optimizing the position, range, time base, and triggering to help ensure a stable display.

The FFT feature provides four window function choices for optimum signal frequency display to 100MHz (Rectangular/Hamming/Hanning/Blackman-Harris). Twenty types of measurements can be made automatically.

RMS multimeter measurements include: Volts, Amps, Ohms, Continuity, Resistance, Capacitance, and Diode, with separate inputs for multimeter and oscilloscope signals.

The HDS3102MN is available from $799.

For more information, visit Saelig Company Inc.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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