RIGOL Expands Popular DS1000Z Series Digital Oscilloscopes with New 200MHz Bandwidth DS1202Z-E for only $369
This article highlights DS1000Z Family of Digital Oscilloscopes has long been a favorite of educators, entrepreneurs, hobbyists and embedded engineers
Beaverton, OR – October 29, 2019 - RIGOL Technologies announces an important expansion of their Oscilloscope Portfolio with the release of the new DS1202Z-E 200MHz Oscilloscope.
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The DS1000Z Family of Digital Oscilloscopes has long been a favorite of educators, entrepreneurs, hobbyists and embedded engineers. Its combination of performance, capabilities, quality and price transformed the value oscilloscope market. These attributes along with an army of loyal customers have made the DS1000Z family the world’s most popular oscilloscope. The new DS1202Z-E builds upon that legacy by delivering a powerful 200MHz version for the amazing price of just $369.
"The DS1000Z transformed the low end oscilloscope market by delivering a highly capable instrument at an economical price," says Michael Rizzo, General Manager of RIGOL North America. "By extending the capabilities in this scope series to 200MHz, engineers working at higher frequencies or needing faster rise time measurements can benefit from the same uncompromised performance and unprecedented value with the DS1202Z-E."
The DS1202Z-E comes standard with 2 analog channels, 24MPts of deep memory, a 60,000 frame segmented record mode, standard serial decode and triggering, high resolution FFT, 15 trigger types and 37 integrated measurements making the DS1202Z-E a powerful and capable debug tool for design engineers. However, with a price of only $369 it is accessible to hobbyists and educators needing increased instrument bandwidth in a high quality package.
The DS1202Z-E is available immediately through RIGOL, our network of Distribution Partners and on Amazon.
RIGOL Technologies, or RIGOL is a Chinese manufacturer of electronic test equipment. RIGOL was founded in Beijing in 1998 and released its first product, a high-performance virtual digital storage oscilloscope, in May 1999. Currently, RIGOL has offices in Cleveland, Ohio, Oregon and Munich in addition to its headquarters in Beijing. The company has over 500 employees and more than 493 patents. RIGOL's line of products includes digital oscilloscopes, RF spectrum analyzers, digital multimeters, function/arbitrary waveform generators, digital programmable power supplies, and spectrophotometers. RIGOL also manufactures low-end oscilloscopes for Agilent as an OEM. In 2018 the company released the new RSA5000 real-time Spectrum analyzer and the MSO7000 as well as MSO5000 series, based on the new ASIC based Ultravision-II Platform.