The DL850 ScopeCorder Series are modular, waveform recording instruments that can measure voltage, current, strain, acceleration, and other phenomena-- simultaneously. With high speed sampling, high isolation withstand voltage, and multichannel measurements, the DL850 Series offers powerful support in the evaluation of electromechanical waveforms.
- High-speed (up to 100 MS/s), High Resolution (up to 16-bit), Isolated (up to 1kV*1)
- Multi-channel, up to 128 Voltage/Temperature or 128 logic bits
- Continuous hard disk recording at 100 kS/s simultaneously on 16 channels*2
- CAN and LIN buses monitoring and trend waveform display (DL850V only)
- 17 plug-in modules
1. With the isolated probe (700929 or 701947)
2. With the /HD0 or /HD1 option
The DL850 ScopeCorder Series are modular, waveform recording instruments that can measure voltage, current, strain, acceleration, and other phenomena-- simultaneously. With high speed sampling, high isolation withstand voltage, and multichannel measurements, the DL850 Series offers powerful support in the development, evaluation, and quality control of energy efficient devices.
High speed (100 MS/s), High resolution (12-bit), 1kV isolated measurements.*
Yokogawa's isoPRO technology offers industry-leading isolation performance at the highest speeds. The isoPRO core technology is designed with energy savings applications in mind. It gives you the performance needed to develop high efficiency inverters, which employ high voltages, large currents, and high operating speeds.
The 16-CH Voltage Input Module (scanner type*) can measure at 10 kS/s sample rate even when using all 16 channels. With this module populating all 8 input module slots, the DL850 performs 128-CH voltage measurements.
The Logic Input Module supports everything from TTL levels, to high voltage contact closures at up to 10 MS/s*. With eight logic modules, the DL850 can monitor and capture 128 bits of logic.
Example: Measuring the startup sequence of a multi-output power source
Power supplies used in home computing electronics have many outputs, and it is necessary to control the sequences from output to output. With a multichannel module, you are not limited to voltage measurements; a single unit can also measure everything from PC control signals to AC fan operation, individual component temperatures, and slow to high-speed signals.