The Chauvin Arnoux MTX162 2x 60MHz 200MS/s 9 bit USB/Ethernet is an ‘oscilloscope in a box’. It has two input channels and 60MHz bandwidth, with sampling rates in real-time and equivalent-time modes respectively of 20GS/s and 50GS/s.
It’s incredibly straightforward to link your Chauvin Arnoux MTX162 2x 60MHz 200MS/s 9 bit USB/Ethernet testing device to your PC via a USB or Ethernet cable. A manual is provided to explain this process in full, with guidance for installing the SCOPEin@BOX software provided.
Once you’re set up, you can enjoy the innumerable advantages of linking your oscilloscope to your PC. There is a spacious, high-resolution display to view recorded curves on, in addition to the ability to print at your fingertips. It’s easy to export recordings, too – handy for compiling reports and other documents. You can also forget about storage-related worries, as the space available on your PC should more than suffice for even the more extensive data collections.
When taking readings, you can use two types of display: normal or remanent. The latter of these enables you to study curves as if using an analogue oscilloscope.
Other useful features include the autoranging feature, on-board FFT analyser and purpose-built ROLL mode. The latter of these is exclusive to the MTX162, and helps simplify any adjustments you need to make.
This is a highly functional oscilloscope, but design hasn’t been compromised as a result. In fact, this Chauvin Arnoux product has been ergonomically styled for easy portability, and is both compact and light for a device of its kind.