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Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes w/ Isolated Channels – 4 Models

Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes w/ Isolated Channels – 4 Models
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MPN: OX9062

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  • Choice of four models with varying bandwidths and number of isolated channels
  • Four modes: Oscilloscope, Multimeter, Analyser and Recorder
  • Ideal for maintenance tasks within an array of sectors

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Description

Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes w/ Isolated Channels – 4 Models Details

Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes w/ Isolated Channels function as oscilloscopes, multimeters, harmonics analysers and data loggers. They are suitable for conducting electrical, Fieldbus and industrial maintenance applications.

The Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes w/ Isolated Channels is available in four models which vary with regards to their bandwidths and the number of isolated channels. For further information, please see the table below.

Product Code Product Name Bandwidth  Bandwidth Limiter Number of Isolated Channels
OX9062 Chauvin Arnoux OX9062 Scopix IV Oscilloscope  60 MHz 15 MHz, 1.5 MHz or 5 kHz bandwidth limiter 2
OX9102 Chauvin Arnoux OX9102 Scopix IV Oscilloscope  100 MHz 2
OX9104 Chauvin Arnoux OX9104 Scopix IV Oscilloscope  100 MHz 4
OX9304 Chauvin Arnoux OX9304 Scopix IV Oscilloscope  300 MHz 4

These instruments have four modes: Oscilloscope, Multimeter, Analyser and Recorder; please see below for further details regarding these modes. For a quick overview of these modes and their applications within different sectors, please view the video.

Oscilloscope

The Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes include trigger functions, automatic measurements and MATH functions:

  • Trigger functions: in addition to the pulse width, counting and delay trigger functions, these instruments also feature a Delay mode and Counting mode. The Delay mode allows the user to observe any event with maximum resolution regardless as to how long after the effective trigger it has occurred and even if it occurs on two different channels. The Counting mode allows the user to count events before triggering allowing him/her to check the content of digital frames. Using this mode, the operator can link the trigger to the second ‘auxillary’ signal rather than the ‘main’ signal. This selection of trigger functions allows the user to tailor the oscilloscope to his/her requirements, ensuring that all faults are recorded without saving data unnecessarily.
  • Automatic Measurements: the user is able to view all twenty parameters of the signal for each of the isolated channels. He/she may use the H and V cursors to frame part of the signal in order to view it in more detail. Alternatively, the user can perform a direct comparison between two traces via selecting ‘Reference Memory Deviation’. Once selected the oscilloscope will display all twenty signal parameters with regard to their deviations.
  • MATH functions: these models include the basic mathematical functions addition, subtraction, multiplication and division as well as more sophisticated ones such as sine, cosine, exponential, logarithm and square root. As such the user is able to perform specific analysis on various traces. When used in this mode, the user is able to define a mathematical function for each of the traces as well as display all of the calculated traces; all of the automatic or cursor measurements will remain available thereby allowing the user to examine waveforms.
  • Fast Fourier Transform (FFT): this function is particularly useful during qualitative analysis of signals as it allows the user to measure the different harmonics and/or distortion of signals, analyse the pulse response, and search for the source of noise in logic circuits. This function has two representative modes, linear or logarithmic (dB) and the cursors may be used to conduct precise measurements of frequency lines. The autoset aspect of this function ensures that it is easy to scale the spectrum, allowing the user to zoom in on the spectrum as required. The FFT function is made possible as a result of the 80dB dynamic range and 12-bit/ 2.5 GS/s conversion.

Analyser

The Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes are able to perform harmonic analysis on all the isolated channels up to the 63rd order as required by the EN 50160 standard. The user is able to preselect the fundamental frequency (choose from 50Hz, 60Hz and 400Hz) allowing him/her to view the phase of the harmonic in relation to the fundamental frequency. The user is also able to view the RMS level, harmonic distortion and harmonic frequency and may view the harmonic analysis of all the isolated channels simultaneously.

Multimeter

When used in Multimeter mode the Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes function as 8000-count, true-RMS digital multimeters that can be used to perform the following tests:

  • AC/DC voltage
  • AC/DC current
  • Resistance
  • Continuity
  • Capacitance
  • Component tests
  • Single-phase power
  • Three-phase power on a balanced network without neutral
  • Three-phase power on a balanced network with neutral
  • 3-wire three-phase power (2-wattmeters method)

When used with Pt100 and Pt 1000 sensors or K-thermocouples (NOT included), the Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes can be used to measure temperature.

The ‘Plug and Play’ accessories (NOT included) which facilitate the Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes’ ability to conduct the above measurements are automatically detected and calibrated by the instruments.

Recorder

This mode is used to record trends measured when the Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes are in Multimeter mode. It can be used to record data over the duration of two seconds or up to one month and may be set to save information at intervals as short as 40µs.

Data Acquisition and Communication

When monitoring signal traces, this information may be displayed immediately as a reference via the press of a single button. Additionally, the user can view comparisons and measurements of deviation. Information may be saved in various formats allowing it to be easily exported into other applications, such as Windows spreadsheet.  

In addition to this, the user is able to capture screenshots of the display in PNG formats via the front panel. The user may send documents to print and transfer and delete files in the file manager also via the front panel.

Curves and screenshots can be recalled from the Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes’ memory and exported to a PC or µSD card. To this end, these instruments include a wired Ethernet LAN network with an integrated DHCP server which allows the instrument to communicate with the user’s network; it also facilitates the activation of a Wi-Fi radio link allowing the Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes to communicate with a PC, tablet or smartphone.  The USB cable can be used to record, recall and load configurations whilst the µSD card may be used to save information gathered by the Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes.

When connected to the user’s PC via the ScopeNEt application, USB or Ethernet connection the user is able to operate the Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes remotely, as well as program these instruments using SCPI commands.

Physical Design

In addition to its extensive measurement capabilities, the Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes have also been designed to be ergonomic and easy-to-use. To this end, they include a 7-inch WVGA wide colour TFT touchscreen with a resolution of 800 x 480dpi and manual or automatic brightness. Via this display, the user can view each channel and its parameters which have been colour coded for clarity. The user-interface and display also feature pictograms for easy access to particular functions.

Furthermore, the Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes include keypads optimised for ease-of-use. This keypad allows the user to configure the instrument and access measurements.

The Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes are ideal for use across a variety of environments and as such include an IP54 casing which protects them against dust and water droplets, as well as an adjustable transport strap allowing the user to operate the oscilloscope easily whether it is carried in hand or over the shoulder when out in the field. Moreover, the inclusion of a stand with Kensington locking system means the oscilloscopes can be set up to take measurements unsupervised.  

The Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes w/ Isolated Channels are versatile, comprehensive, easy-to-use instruments ideal for a variety of maintenance applications.

Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes w/ Isolated Channels – 4 Models Key Features

  • Functions as an oscilloscope, multimeter, harmonics analyser and data logger
  • Available in four models with differing bandwidths and number of isolated channels
  • Four modes: Oscilloscope, Multimeter, Analyser and Recorder
  • Trigger functions: pulse width, counting and delay
  • Delay mode: observe any event with the maximum resolution
  • Counting mode: count events before the trigger
  • Trigger functions allow the user to record all faults without recording data unnecessarily
  • Automatic measurements: view all 20 parameters of the signal for each channel
  • Use H and V cursors to view signals in greater detail
  • Perform direct comparisons between two traces and view the parameters with regards to their deviations by selecting ‘Reference Deviation Memory’
  • Math Functions: -/+/*/÷  as well as sine, cosine, exponential, logarithm and square root
  • Define a mathematic function for each of the traces
  • View all calculated traces
  • FFT function: measure the different harmonics and/or distortion of signals, analyse the pulse response and search for noise in the logic circuits
  • FFT has two modes, linear or logarithmic (dB)
  • Use cursors to conduct precise measurements of frequency lines
  • Autoset function scales the spectrum
  • 80dB dynamic range and 12-bit/ 2.5 GS/s conversion
  • Perform harmonic analysis on all isolated channels up to the 63rd order as required by the EN 50160 standard
  • Preselect fundamental frequency (choose from 50Hz, 60Hz and 400Hz)
  • View the phase of the harmonic in relation to the fundamental frequency
  • View RMS level, harmonic distortion and harmonic frequency
  • View  the harmonic analysis of all the isolated functions simultaneously
  • 8000-count, true-RMS digital multimeter
  • AC/DC voltage
  • AC/DC current
  • Resistance
  • Continuity
  • Capacitance
  • Component tests
  • Single-phase power
  • Three-phase power on a balanced network without neutral
  • Three-phase power on a balanced network with neutral
  • 3-wire three-phase power (2-wattmeters method)
  • Use a Pt100/ Pt1000 sensor or K thermocouple to measure temperature
  • ‘Plug and Play’ accessories are automatically detected, calibrated and powered by the oscilloscope
  • Recorder mode allows the oscilloscope to record data gathered when in Multimeter mode
  • Record data over a duration of 2 seconds to 1 month
  • Set data acquisition intervals as short as 40µS
  • Display signal traces as references at the push of a button
  • View comparisons and measurement deviations
  • Save information in various formats for easy exportation
  • Capture screenshots in PNG formats
  • The front panel can be used to send documents to print and transfer and delete files in the file manager
  • Recall curves and screenshots from the instrument’s memory
  • Communicate with a PC, tablet or smartphone via an Ethernet or USB connection
  • Ethernet LAN network with an integrated DHCP server may be used to activate a Wi-Fi radio link
  • Save information to a µSD card
  • Record, recall and load configurations via USB connection
  • When connected to a PC via the ScopeNet application, USB or Ethernet connection the instrument can be operated remotely and programmed using SCPI commands
  • 7-inch WVGA wide colour TFT touchscreen with a resolution of 800 x 480dpi, and manual or automatic brightness
  • View colour-coded channels and parameters via the display
  • Pictograms for easy access to particular functions
  • IP54
  • Adjustable transport strap
  • Stand with Kensington locking system
  • Ergonomic, versatile, comprehensive, easy-to-use instrument ideal for a variety of maintenance applications

What’s Included?

  • Your Choice of Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes w/ Isolated Channels
  • 1x Carrying Bag
  • 1x PA40W-2 Mains Power Pack/Charger
  • 1x 2P EURO Mains Power Cable
  • 1x  Li-Ion battery pack
  • 1x Stylus
  • 1x Ethernet Cable
  • 1x USB Cable
  • 2x Safety Leads (red, black)
  • 2 x Ø 4 mm Test Probes (red, black)
  • Voltage Probes (2 or 4 depending on model)
  • 1x μSD card (8 GB)
  • 1x USB/ μSD adapter
  • 1x hand strap
  • 1x PROBIX BANANA
  • 1x USB Installation Procedure for use of ScopeNet Data Export Software on CD-ROM
  • 1x PDF user’s manual (>5 languages)
  • 1x Start-up Guide on Paper
  • 1x Safety Datasheet in 20 Languages
Technical Specs

Part Code: OX9062

Chauvin Arnoux Scopix IV Oscilloscopes w/ Isolated Channels – 4 Models Technical Specifications

Type of display 7‘’ WVGA colour TFT LCD touch screen, 800x480 – LED backlighting (adjustable standby mode)
Different display mode 2,500 real acquisition points on screen - Vectors with interpolation
Display of curves on screen 4 curves + 4 references – Split Screen & Full-Screen modes
Screen commands Touchscreen – ANDROID-type icons and graphical commands – customizable channel colours
Choice of language 15 complete languages, menus & online help
Oscilloscope Mode
Input impedance 1 MΩ ± 0.5% , approx. 12 pF
Maximum input voltage 600 V / CAT III (1,000V per Probix) – from 50 to 400 Hz – Probix safety connectors
Vertical sensitivity 16 calibres from 2.5 mV to 200 V/div and up to 156 µV/div in vertical zoom mode (12-bit converter) – Accuracy ± 2%
Vertical zoom "One Click Winzoom" mode (12-bit converter and direct graphical zoom on screen) – x 16 max.
Probe factor (non-Probix) 1 / 10 / 100 / 1,000 or any scaling – definition of measurement unit
Horizontal Deflection
Sweep speed 35 calibres from 1 ns/div to 200 s/div., accuracy ± [50 ppm + 500 ps] – Roll mode from 100 ms to 200 s/div
Horizontal zoom "One Click Winzoom" system (direct graphical zoom on screen) x 1 to x 5 or x 100 – storage 100 kpts/channel
Triggering
Mode On all the channels: automatic, triggered, one-shot, auto level 50%
Type Edge, pulse width (16 ns-20 s), delay (48 ns to 20 s), counting (3 to 16,384 events) Continuous adjustment of Trigger position
Coupling AC, DC GND, HFR, LFR, noise – Level and Hold-Off adjustable from 64 ns to 15 s
Sensitivity ≤ 1.2 division p-p up to 300 MHz
Digital Storage
Maximum sampling rate 2.5 GS/s in one-shot mode on each channel (100 GS/s max. in ETS mode)
Vertical resolution 12 bits (vertical resolution 0.025 %)
Memory depth 100 kpts per channel and file viewer in the manager

User storage

File management

Internal = 1 GB to store the files: trace, text, configuration, math functions,

System memory: .pdf print files, .png image files

+ high-capacity removable µSD-Card: SD 2 GB, SDHC 4-32 GB and SDXC > 32 GB

GLITCH mode Duration ≤ 2 ns – 500,000 Min/Max pairs
Display modes Envelope, vector, accumulation-, averaging (factors 2 to 64) – XY (vector) and Y(f)=FFT
Other Functions
AUTOSET Complete in under 5 s, with recognition of the channels – Frequency > 30 Hz
FFT analyser & MATH functions 2,500-point FFT (Lin or Log) with measurement cursors – Functions + , - , x , / and mathematical function editor
Cursors 2 or 3 cursors: simultaneous V and T with AUTO measurement: T1, T2, Dt, 1/Dt, dBV, Ph
Automatic measurements Simultaneously with waveform, 20 automatic measurements per channel and on the 4 channels simultaneously with scroll
Multimeter Mode
General specifications 2 or 4 channels – 8,000 cts min/max/frequency/relative – TRMS – Time/date-stamped graphical recording in logger mode
AC, DC and AC + DC voltages 600 mV to 600 VRMS, 800 mV to 800 VDC – VDC accuracy +/- (0.5 % + 25 D) – 200 kHz bandwidth
Resistance 80 Ω to 32 MΩ – accuracy 0.5%R+ 25D – Quick continuity test < 10 ms
Other measurements Temperature (HX0035 = KTC, HX0036 = Pt100) / Capacitance 5nF to 5mF / Frequency 200 kHz / Diode test 3.3 V
Single and three-phase power Active, Reactive and Apparent power values plus Power Factor simultaneously with the U & I measurements
Harmonic Analyser Mode
Multi-channel analysis 2 or 4 (depending on model), 63 orders, fundamental frequency 40 to 450 Hz in auto or manual mode
Simultaneous measurements Total Vrms, THD and selected order (% fundamental, phase, frequency, Vrms)
Logger Mode
Acquisition Duration: 20,000 s – Interval: 0.2 s – Files: 100,000 measurements
General Specifications
Configuration memories Not limited according to device - variable file sizes
Printing Network printing via Ethernet/Wifi in .png format
PC communication – software link Ethernet (100 baseT), WiFi-USB (device, 12 Mbs) – "ScopeNet" application software for PC
Software

PC: Ethernet and USB, ScopeNet (remote control, data recovery, cursors and automatic measurements)

Android tablet – ScopeAdmin Fleet Administration utility

Mains power supply

Li-Ion rechargeable battery (6,900mAH-40 Wh) – Battery life of up to 8 hrs – Adjustable standby mode

Adapter / 2-hour fast charger, universal 98-264 V / 50/60 Hz)

Safety / EMC Safety as per IEC 61010-2-30, 2010 – 600 V CAT III / 1000 V CAT II – EMC as per EN61326-1, 2010
Mechanical specifications 292.5 x 210.6 x 66.2 mm – 2.1 kg with batteries – IP54 protection
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