- 100 MHz; upgradeable to 200, 350, 500 MHz, 1 GHz with Option
- 2 or 4 analog channels + 16 digital channels (with MSO option)
- 10-bit ADC
- Max. sampling rate: 5 Gsample/s (interleaved), 2.5 Gsample/s (all channels)
- Memory depth: 40 Msample, 80 Msample (interleaved), 400 Msample in history mode (with RTM-K15 option)
- Display: 10.1" capacitive touch, 1280 x 800 resolution
- Boot time: 10 seconds [See video]
- Connectivity: LAN, USB host/device, fast display over Ethernet
- Upgradable: bandwidth, protocol trigger and decode, MSO, pattern generator and arbitrary waveform generator
- Three-year warranty
More than just an oscilloscope
The RTM3000 Series oscilloscopes include a logic analyzer, protocol analyzer, waveform and pattern generator, digital voltmeter and dedicated operating modes for frequency analysis, mask tests and long data acquisitions. You can quickly and efficiently debug all kinds of electronic systems — and the RTM3002 and RTM304 satisfy the all-important rule of investment protection.
10.1" high-resolution capacitive touchscreen with gesture support
The large capacitive display (10.1") with 1280 × 800 pixel resolution works just like your smartphone. Simply touch the screen to quickly navigate in pop-up menus and use gesturing to easily scale, zoom and move a waveform.
10-bit vertical resolution: sharper waveforms with more signal details
The RTM3002 and RTM3004 feature a customized Rohde & Schwarz designed 10-bit A/D converter that delivers a fourfold improvement over conventional 8-bit A/D converters. The increased resolution results in sharper waveforms with more signal details that would otherwise be missed. One example is the characterization of switched-mode power supplies. The voltages across the switching device must be determined during the on/off times within the same acquisition. For precise measurements of small voltage components, a high resolution of more than 8-bit is essential.
500 μV/div: full measurement bandwidth and low noise
The RTM3000 Series oscilloscopes offer outstanding sensitivity down to 500 μV/div. Traditional oscilloscopes can only reach this level of input sensitivity by employing software- based magnification or by limiting the bandwidth. These oscilloscopes show the signal’s real sampling points over the full measurement bandwidth — even at 500 μV/div. This ensures high measurement accuracy. The accuracy of the signal displayed on the screen depends on the oscilloscope’s inherent noise. And they precisely measure even at the smallest vertical resolution by using low-noise frontends and state-of-the-art A/D converters.
40 Msample standard and 80 Msample interleaved
The RTM3000 scopes offers a class-leading memory depth: 40 Msample per channel, and even 80 Msample in interleaved mode. This is eight times more than similar oscilloscopes in the same instrument class. It captures longer acquisition sequences even at high sampling rates for more analysis results, e.g. when analyzing transients of switched-mode power supplies.
Segmented memory: 400 Msample with history function
The RTM-K15 option with deep, segmented memory analyzes signal sequences over a long observation period. For example, protocol-based signals with communications gaps, such as I2C and SPI, can be captured over several seconds or minutes. Thanks to the variable segment size from 10 ksample to 80 Msample, the 400 Msample memory is optimally utilized; more than 26,000 cohesive individual recordings are possible
In history mode, previous acquisitions to the maximum segmented memory depth of 400 Msample are available for further analysis. Functions such as mask tests, QuickMeas and FFT can be used for further analysis. Maintains fast sampling rates at all times Signal faults and important events are detected better with an oscilloscope that offers a high sampling rate. Many applications require long acquisition cycles, for instance when analyzing serial protocols. With a sampling rate of up to 5 Gsample/s and a memory depth of up to 80 Msample, the RTM300 and RTM3004 oscilloscopes really excel here. They accurately display signals over long sequences — right down to the details.
Included with RTM3000: power cord and one RT-ZP05S probe per analog channel.