RIGOL Launched USB-C DHO900/800 Series Digital Oscilloscope
The USB-C port supports reverse insertion, higher transfer speed, larger charging currents, and reverse charging. It has been widely used in mainstream digital products such as phones, tablets, laptops, etc. Its unique PD fast charging standard can be flexibly adjusted between 5V and 20V. The latest PD3.1 supports up to 48V, breaking the power limit of the traditional USB-A port. Devices such as flashlights, desk lamps, and fans have also begun to use USB-C ports to replace USB-A ports.
The RIGOL DHO900/800 series has 12-bit high resolution, 125-250 MHz bandwidth, 1.25 GSa/s sampling, 4 simulated channels. The DHO900 series supports 16 digital channels and the vertical sensitivity ranges from 200μV/div to 10V/div.
The oscilloscope adopts a VESA 100 x 100 back panel design, compatible with most monitor brackets. Its thickness is less than 10 cm (3.94 inches) and the length is about the same as a B5 paper. It weighs only 1.78 kg (3.92 pounds). It can even be powered by a power bank.
The DHO900/800 series adopts the USB-C port that supports PD fast charging. The input power is 12V 4A. It can be powered by power grid or power bank.
Except for USB-C, it also has a USB-A, HDMI, and LAN ports. It supports remote control via the "Web Control". It supports CAN, parallel, RS232/UART, I2C, SPI, LIN, and other protocol decoders to meet the different needs of automotive testing.
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Supporting USB PD allows it to be used anywhere flexibly, such as for car inspection and repair. When there is no power grid, you can also use the PD power bank to power it. It can be put in a backpack with a power bank due to its weight of only 1.78kg (3.92 pounds). And you can take it on the plane, which greatly improves convenience.
The Rigol USB-C DHO900/800 Series Digital Oscilloscope is currently available on their official website.