In general, an exemplary digital storage oscilloscope. Can give a great set of measurements on samples such as RMS voltage, peak-to-peak energy, frequency, rise time and numerous others. An FFT of your data signal can be performed at the push of a button. Most characteristics are set within a menu system that is connected to switches on the front of the scope. For noisy signals, a setting decreases the input bandwidth from 100 MHz to 20 MHz (a bandwidth that is used at the most significant sensitivity). A front panel button labeled “Autoset” can save a lot of time searching for the correct voltage and horizontal scales onward with trigger settings. A detailed help system is displayed at the pressure of a button, although the user guidebook gives more information. Another nice feature is the USB port on the front panel which will allow you to store settings, the display image, or original signal data in files on a USB drive. A USB port is found on the backbone of the scope for connection to a computer. The Tektronix web page has software for download that will join your computer to the scope, although I must not get around to hearing this yet.
- TBS1000 series digital storage oscilloscope for electronics applications such as product design and debugging, repair and servicing, and electrical engineering education
- Maximum real-time sample rate of 2GS/s and record length of 2.5kpts per channel for acquiring detailed waveforms
- Vertical sensitivity to 2mV per division for capturing low-level signals
- USB 2.0 interface for connecting to a computer to view waveforms and readings, and collect data
- CE approved, CAT II 300V safety rated
Tektronix TBS1064 Review
- sampling rate
- Low Noise
- Easy to Use
- Record Length
- Color temperature display
All these features and pros made this oscilloscope perfect and still now it has no technical issue. So we took it on our recommendation list and it is an excellent quality high price best USB oscilloscope.