Uncompromising signal integrity
- U1620A: 200 MHz
- Sample rate:
- U1620A: Up to 2GSa/s
- Recording Length:
- U1620A: Up to 2Mpts
- Dual waveform zoom
Conquer your elements
- Channel-to-channel isolation for high power signal troubleshooting
- Debug under any lighting condition with three viewing modes (Indoor, Outdoor, Night Vision)
- High resolution, wide viewing angle, fast update rate 5.7” TFT LCD display
- 10 selectable localized user interfaces
- IP 41 ingress protection
Multiple instruments in one
- Full featured DMM function
- Built-in logger function
The World's First Handheld Scopes with with two isolated channels
The new Keysight U1610A and U1620A are the world's first handheld oscilloscopes with a VGA display. These 100/200 MHz handheld oscilloscopes offers a floating measurement capability with two CAT III 600 V isolated channels. Coupled with 2 Mpts memory depth (U1620A), these handhelds enable you to capture long, non-repeating signals with excellent zooming capabilities onto selective glitches. Further complementing your viewing experience the 5.7 inch screen that allows signal overviews to be analyzed on a wider viewing area.
5.7-inch VGA display with 3 selectable viewing modes
The indoor mode has high contrast and brightness levels to clearly distinguish waveforms under an indoor light environment. Engineered with a VGA TFT LCD screen, users can now view the display across wide viewing angles for more efficient troubleshooting task.
When performing field work in an outdoor environment, users can easily switch to this viewing mode via a set of accessible soft keys. This mode works in an anti-glare mechanism; it filters out excessive sunlight, hence reducing the risk of misreading or misinterpreting measurements.
Night vision mode
The night vision mode is tailored to be viewable under subdued lighting by enabling high contrast levels between the screen background and waveforms. With a single press of button, this mode is activated and the screen automatically adjusts with proper color correction-creating clear contrasts between the waveforms against the dark environment. This mode is useful when measuring high speed signals, particularly in non-repetitive signals.