Pico Technology’s PicoScope 6000E MSO oscilloscope.

Pico extends its PicoScope 6000E range with three 4-channel oscilloscopes with MSO option

  • Pico Technology has announced the launch of three PicoScope 6000E Series oscilloscope modules with 4 channels, which can be configured with 16 optional digital channels for mixed-signal analysis (MSO)..
  • These modular oscilloscopes, which are controlled by the PC to which they are connected via USB, have bandwidths of 300 or 500 MHz, flexible 8-bit or 8/10/12-bit resolution and a memory depth of 4 GS/sec.

The PicoScope 6000E Series incorporates standard features such as 21 serial protocol decoders/analyzers, a spectrum analysis function, a 50 MHz arbitrary waveform generator and user-defined mathematical and alarm functions.

The 6000E Series oscilloscopes are housed in a compact enclosure: 245 x 192 x 62 mm (9.7 x 7.6 x 2.5 inches).

A free Software Development Kit (SDK) is available for download and allows users to write their own applications around the PicoScope 6000E hardware. The SDK includes instrument drivers for Windows, MacOS and Linux, as well as sample code in C, C#, C++ and Python.

Drivers are also provided for interfacing with third-party software such as Microsoft Excel, Labview and Matlab. In particular, Pico is an authorized MathWorks Connections Program Partner with in-house Matlab development capabilities.

# Pricing :
– PicoScope 6403E (300 MHz bandwidth, 8-bit resolution, 1 GS memory) $4,865 / €4,135 / £3,415
– PicoScope 6404E (500 MHz bandwidth, 8-bit resolution, 2 GS memory) $7,305 / €6,205 / £5,125
– PicoScope 6424E (500 MHz bandwidth, 8/10/12-bit resolution, 4 GS memory) $8,725 / €7,415 / £6,125
– Digital Pod TA369 (8 channels, 1 ns capture) $709 / €599 / £499