CS328AE

CS328AE

CS328AE

Cleverscope

ethernet oscilloscope

12 bit, 100 MSa/s, 2 analog channels, 8 digital inputs, External Trigger, 8M samples storage for each of the 2 analog and 8 digital channels, comes with the CS300 application software, 2 x CS1001 and CS1004/5 probe sets. The ethernet interface is fully isolated from the PC.
Cleverscope Model CS320A is a USB connected, PC hosted oscilloscope and spectrum analyser with PC based application software.
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Relative Humidity 0°C to +40°C <90% relative humidity >40°C <60% relative humidity
Altitude Operating 3,000 m Non-operating 15,000m
AWG 4096 samples maximum at 167.772 MHz sampling rate The sample rate may be reduced in steps of 6ns. Continuous at 50 ksps
Absolute Accuracy 50 ppm in 1 year, 0-40 deg C
Frequency Range Sine, Square: 0.2 Hz – 10 MHz Triangle: 0.2 – 1 MHz
Protection Short Circuit Protected ± 10V peak overdrive < 1 min
Phase Noise 1kHz offset, -150 dBc/Hz
Amplitude Accuracy ± 2%
Resolution 0.02 mV for 20 mV Full Scale.
Analog Bandwidth 100 MHz, -3dB
Sample Rate 100 MSa/sec
Isolation Capacitance 7.3 pF (Output BNC shell to Cleverscope Ground)
Output Frequency Range 1 kHz
Output Impedance 50 ohm
DAC Resolution 14 bit
Power Consumption - Power Supply 6W
Cooling Method Convection
Input Voltage Range -16 to + 20V
Acquisition Unit
  • Two 12 or 14 bit analog channels sampling simultaneously at 100 MSa/sec. AC or DC coupled.
  • 10/100Mbit ethernet
  • Gain automatically set from 20 mV FSD to +/-200V FSD full scale by choosing graph view and probe switch setting.
  • Offset automatically set to correspond to the selected amplitude axis view. As an example a graph with amplitude axis of 2.40 to 2.42V automatically chooses a 20mV range offset by +2.40V - good for looking at small signals in single supply op-amp applications.
  • Analog triggering of the waveform in view with a resolution of 1% of the display height. The analog trigger may optionally be conditioned with a low pass, high pass or noise filter.
  • One external trigger, threshold adjustable from 0 to ±18V in 40 mV increments.
  • Eight digital inputs sampling at 100 MSa/sec, threshold adjustable from 0 to 10 V in 10 mV increments.
  • A dual hardware trigger system based on a rising or falling edge on any input signal, optionally qualified by a user defined digital input combination, triggering when one or both trigger conditions are met, and the time between triggers is less than, in or more than a user defined range, or the trigger count equals a user defined value.
  • A rear panel I/O connector with a 100 Mbit/sec bi-directional LVDS/RS422 link, and three RS422 outputs defaulting to sampling started, trigger received and sampling stopped.
  • Each channel (two analog, ext trigger and eight digital) includes 8M samples of storage, providing up to 40 ms of simultaneous storage for each channel, with 10 ns resolution.
  • The sample storage may be allocated as between 2 to 3000 frames varying in size from 4M to 2000 samples. These may be used as a history store for reviewing previously captured signals, or to capture up to 3000 trigger events with a minimal inter-frame delay, while maintaining time relative to the first trigger for all succeeding frames.
  • 20 MHz 5th order Anti-alias filter for improved Spectrum Analysis performance.
  • Triggered LED and Power LED on the front panel.
  • Input power range from 6 ~ 12V, 6W provided by a universal mains adaptor.
  • Low jitter (1 ps rms) sampling clock for 70 dB spurious free dynamic range.
  • Self calibration to ensure DC performance specifications are met.
  • Enclosure size: 153 x 195 x 35 mm.
CS300 Application Software
  • Separate, freely moveable and resizable windows to display the signal, a zoomed signal view, and the frequency spectrum of the signal, and control panel.
  • The zoomed signal view optionally tracks the signal view cursor.
  • Spectrum analysis with a variety of conditioning windows and display in log or linear format.
  • Each signal window includes a time/amplitude tracer, and two markers for comparison purposes. Colours are user definable.
  • Signal averaging (exponential, block and peak hold) and low pass filtering.
  • Signal measurement, including Peak to Peak, RMS, DC, pulse width, period and frequency.
  • Copy and Paste graphic or data to other applications.
  • Save and Open from disk.
  • User defined units, signal names and scaling (offset and gain).
  • Text annotation of each graph.
Equipment List
  • 1 x CS328Ae Oscilloscope Acquisition Unit with 12 Bit, 8MSample capture and isolated Ethernet interface
  • 1 x Power Supply Unit and lead
  • 2 x CS1001 1x/10x 250MHz probe kit
  • 1 x CS1004/CS1005 8 bit 100MHz digital input pods including probes
  • 1 x ethernet cable
  • 1 x CD that includes CS300 Application Software, CS328A User Manual, sample files, videos and white papers
Acquisition Outputs Waveforms: Sampled, Peak Detected, Filtered, Averaged in PC, Averaged in Acquisition Unit, and Spectrum
Acquisition Modes Single Shot, Triggered, Automatic, Repetitive (High Frequency), Multiple Frame
Acquisition Rate to PC - Via USB 20 Frames per second
Acquisition Rate - Multiple Frame Continuous capture until buffer is full (2 - 3000 frames of 4M - 1300 samples)
Filtering Moving average filter with 40n – 1.28us time constant. Resolution improvement to 12 or 14 bits. 20 MHz anti-alias filter.
Number of Analog Inputs 2.0000
Input Coupling DC, AC, GND
Input Impedance - DC Coupled - All Channels 1 MΩ ±2% in parallel with 20 pF ±3 pF
Probe Attenuation 1X, 10X
Maximum Voltage Between Signal and Common at Input - BNC 300 Vrms (420V peak, duty cycle <50%, pulse width
<100 msec)
For steady state sinusoidal waveforms, derate at 20
dB/decade above 100 kHz to 10 Vpk at 3MHz and
above
Time Delay Between Channels - Typical 200 ps
Channel to Channel Crosstalk - Typical -70 dB at 10 MHz, 4V p-p signal.
Vertical Digitizers 12 or 14 bit resolution (depending on option module)
Full Scale Volts Range 20 mV to ±20V, 1X probe
Position Range Full Scale Range as above moved anywhere in the range ±2.5V with 10mV resolution for full scale less than 5V, and anywhere in the range ±20V with 100mV resolution for full scale greater than 5V.
Instantaneous Capture Bandwidth 25 Mhz
Repetitive Sampling Bandwidth 100 MHz, -3 dB
Analog Bandwidth in Peak Detect Mode 50 MHz
Analog Bandwidth with Anti-Aliasing Filter On 20 MHz
Analog Bandwidth with Moving Average Filter On 0.3 - 20 MHz (6 settings)
Lower Frequency Limit - AC Coupled 10 Hz, 1x probe, 1Hz, 10x probe
Rise Time at the BNC - Typical <3.5 ns
Peak Detect Response Captures all pulses >10 ns in duration.
DC Gain Accuracy ±1% for Sample or Averaged acquisition mode
DC Measurement Accuracy ±1% for Sample or Averaged acquisition mode +0.1 division.
Delta Volts Measurement Volts between any two points, ±1% for Sample or Averaged acquisition mode +0.02 division.
Waveform Interpolation Sin(x)/x
Record Length 1024 – 4 000 000 samples for each channel
Sec Div Range 1 ns/div to 5 s/div in 1,2,5 sequence
Vertical Sample Rate and Delay Time Accuracy +/50 ppm over any >1 ms interval
Sample Clock Jitter - Typical 1 ps rms
Delta Time Measurement Accuracy (±1 sample interval + 50 ppm +0.4 ns)
Captured Sample Window Duration 1 usec – 40 msec with 10ns resolution 40 msec – 40 secs with 10ns - 10 us resolution. (Lower sample rates are used for smaller capture buffer sizes)
Number of Triggers 2.0000
Trigger Sources Each trigger can be independently set to source from Channel A, Channel B, Ext Trig, Link Input, and Digital Inputs 1-8 as a pattern.
Trigger Sensitivity - Edge Triggered Analog Channels – 0.2 Div from DC to 50 MHz
External Trigger – 50 mV from DC to 100 MHz
Digital Inputs – 100 mV from DC to 100 MHz
Trigger Modes Edge, Pattern, Pulse Duration, Voltage slope, Voltage Window, Count, OR. Combination of duration and count.
Trigger Filtering Noise reject, HF reject, LF reject
Trigger Level Range Internal: defined by scope graph.
External: -8 to +18V in 40 mV increments
Digital: 0 – 8V in 10 mV steps
Trigger Level Accuracy Internal: ±1%
External: ±3% + 50 mV
Digital: ±3% + 100 mV
Trigger Delay Range 0 – 21.47 secs with 10ns resolution.
Number of Digital Inputs 8.0000
Input Impedance 100kΩ ±2% in parallel with 10 pF ±2 pF
Threshold Range 0 – 8V in 10 mV steps
Threshold Sensitivity 100 mV
Types of PC Interface USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec) or Ethernet (100 MBit/sec)
Effective Throughput Rate USB – 18 Mbyte/sec, Ethernet – 6 Mbyte/sec
Isolation 300 V RMS, Class III
Ethernet Connectivity DHCP or Point-to-Point or IP addresses. Cable direction auto-sense.
Calibration Voltage Source Range ±2.5V Resolution 1 mV Drift 11 ppm/°C Accuracy ±1%
Temperature Compensation Via Internal temperature sensor, ±1.5°C accuracy
Displays Windows Simultaneous Capture, Tracking, Spectrum, Information, Maths, XY, Control Panel and Protocol setup windows
Capture Window Functions Defines capture specification for signal acquisition unit, defining amount of time before trigger, amount of time after the trigger, lower amplitude limit, upper amplitude limit. Defines Tracking graph time position, when tracking graph is linked. Defines trigger level and direction Full zoom and Pan in both axis. Annotations. Custom colours
Tracking Window Functions Displays zoomed section of captured signal. Resolution from 10ns to
5s/div.
Full zoom and Pan in both axis.
Annotations.
Custom colours
Spectrum Window Functions Display spectrum of signal captured in capture window.
User definable resolution
Full zoom and Pan in both axis.
Annotations.
Custom colours
Maths Window Function Displays results of Maths equations.
Maths equations are user entered expressions involving any of the
inputs (analog and digital), previous maths equation line results, and
an arbitrary number of function results (+ - * / sqrt, power, log, ln, all
transcendental functions, equality functions).
Provide live Matlab link.
XY Window Function Displays XY graph from source (Capture, tracking, spectrum, or Maths
Information Window Functions Displays automated measurements (see below)
Used to log derived information values to disk, with a period of
between 0.05 – 86,400 secs per sample.
Live logging to Excel
DDE live value transfer to Excel
Control Window Functions Provides Trigger settings – analog and digital
Provides Sample control – single, triggered or automatic.
Provides access to tools – Pan, Zoom, Annotate
Controls Frame store
Controls Spectrum resolution, acquisition method and averaging
Frequency Response Analysis FRA control panel is used to setup up oscilloscope/signal generator to make
automated measurements of these values vs frequency:
RMS Amplitude
Power
Power Density
Gain/Phase
Impedance + RESR or Q/D Factor or Phase
Capacitance + RESR or D Factor or Phase
Inductance + RESR or Q Factor or Phase
Shunt Impedance (magnitude without phase for low impedances)
PSU Gain/Phase - for finding Gain/Phase of powered up power supplies
PSU PSRR - for finding PSRR of powered up power supplies
PSU Output Impedance - for finding Output Impedance of powered up
power supplies
PSU Input Impedance - for finding Input Impedance of powered up
power supplies
Probe calibration functions for maximum accuracy.
Protocol Setup Provides protocol setup for I2C, SPI , UART and parallel bus.
Cursors Voltage Difference between cursors Time difference between cursors Reciprocal of T in Hertz (1/T)
Custom Units 6 characters
Custom Signal Names 20 characters
Custom Scaling Scale + offset by defining two (Vin,Vout) points
User Definable Colours Signals, Background, Major Grid, Minor Grid
Mathematical Functions Over the Signal Differentiation, Integration, Filtering, Power functions, Matlab interface, Signal Processing functions
Functions on a Data Point Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, squaring, square root, (inverse) sine, cosine, tangent, tangent, log, sign etc. Equality operations.
Maximum Number of Sequential Mathematica Equations 10.0000
Spectrum Analysis Frequency Range User definable, Range = 0- 1/Scope Graph T Frequency axis – log or linear.
Analysis Output RMS Amplitude, Power, Power Density, Gain/Phase
Frequency Resolution Spectrum has from 1024 to 1048576 points (50 Hz in 50 MHz).
Output Type Volts, Power, Gain/Phase in linear , dB, degree or radian values. Custom units can be applied.
Window Types None, Hanning, Hamming, Blackman-Harris, Flat top, Low Sidelobe
Averaging Method Vector averaging in time domain if triggered. RMS averaging in frequency domain if not triggered
Decode Protocols I2C, SPI , UART and parallel bus.
Protocol Decode Inputs Digital Inputs 1-8, External trigger, Channels A, B User defined threshold when using analog inputs
Protocol Decode Variables Number of bits, Clock edge rising or falling, Bit invert/non Invert, Select Hi/Lo, MSB first or not, Number of stop bits.
Output Display Type Naming label. Character, Hexadecimal or Decimal Number. Colour.
Charting Sampling Rate 1 SPS – 1.5 MSPS
Sample Preparation Peak capture or Moving average filter prior to decimation. Using 1.28us filter with 12 or 14 bit ADC we achieve 16 bits ENOB at 1 MSPS.
Sample Storage Up to 500 G samples. Samples are stored in multiple smaller files to increase speed.
Review Capabilities Zoom and pan anywhere in sample space. Samples are displayed peak captured (ie 1us pulse will still be visible in 1 day long sample record).
Export Capabilities Export tab delimited text, binary, or cleverscope format file. Output between markers, or current display. Set output depth.
Output File Types Cleverscope proprietary, Tab delimited tex (Excel compatible), Excel file (for signal information logging).
Live Data Output DDE to Exel, direct placement of data into live Excel sheet Live data output to and return from Matlab
Window Facilities Standard Functions Copy and Paste Save and Open native format (saves full setup) Save and Open tab delimited text file Save and Open binary file (start time, dt, data) Print with Date/Time, File Name and Description. Print Setup
Windows Dynamically resized Can be placed anywhere on desktop
User Settable Units 6 characters
User Settable Signal Names 20 characters
User Settable Scaling Scale + offset by defining two (Vin,Vout) points
Probe Compensator Output Voltage Typical 2V into >100kΩ load
Standard Power Adaptor - Voltage Range 100 – 240VAC 50-60 Hz
Generation Method Direct Digital Synthesis
Output Sampling Rate 50 MSa/sec
Output Voltage Range 300mV – ±5V p-p including DC offset
Output Voltage Resolution 10 mV
Output Voltage Offset Range -4 to +4V
Output Voltage Offset Resolution 10 mV
Frequency Shift Range Any two frequencies in range 0.2Hz – 10 MHz
Signal to Noise Ratio -60 dBc typical
Total Harmonic Distortion 0 – 1 MHz : < -60 dBc > 1 MHz: < -45 dBc
Amplitude Flatness ± 0.2 dB
Square Wave Rise Fall Times < 12 ns
Signal Generator Plug-in CS701 Function Sine Wave Generator with future AWG capability
Frequency Step 50 mHz with 50 kHz upper frequency limit 10 Hz with 65 MHz upper frequency limit
Frequency Accuracy 50 ppm
SFDR to Nyquist 87 dBc at 10 MHz Fout
IMD 88 dBc at 10 MHz Fout
Amplitude Range 0 - 6.8V p-p
Offset Range 0 - +/-3.4V (with clipping at +/-3.4V)
Common Mode dV-dt 25 kV/µs
Increase in Sampling Channels Stack two units on top of each other. Uses two USB links, and Trigger link cable. Delivers 4 analog, and 16 digital channels.
Horizontal Sample Rate Range 100 MSa/sec to 1500 samples/sec
Averaging Moving average, block average, peak hold.
Temperature Range Operating: 0°C to +40°C Storage: -20°C to +60°C
Dimensions Height 35 mm Width 153 mm Depth 195 mm (including BNC)
Calibration Automatic self calibration
Power Supply 7 - 15V DC
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