The Philips PM3264 100 MHz four-channel oscilloscope offers an unique solution to many timing problems in digital electronics.
Simultaneous display of 4 or 5 (incl. trigger channel) input signals provides a quick and convenient method for real time analysis of digital signals both at component and system level.
- multi-source triggering to add display flexibility
- four channels to show signal relationships in time
- trigger-view to relate triggering directly to the four-channel display
- other features like differential displays and composite triggering to extend performance
- two time bases to allow signal detail to be out from the data stream
- alternate time base mode to allow signal details to be directly related to data stream
- Vertical deflection factor: 2 mV/cm to 5 V/cm. X-axis (horizontal)
- Time base: 1 s/cm to 50 ns/cm in 23 calibrated steps (x 10 magnifier extends sweep rate to 5 ns/cm).
- Delayed time base: 0,2 s/cm to 50 ns/cm in 22 calibrated steps (x 10 magnifier extends sweep rate to 5 ns/cm).
- Rise time 3.5 ns
- Vertical(or Deflection Factor) Accuracy 3 %
- Timebase accuracy 3 %
- Philips has designed a special tube (8 cm x 10 cm with illuminated graticule) with 17 kV acceleration voltage which provides a more-than adequate sharp and bright spot.
- Lots of trigger modes.