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410-394
410-394
O-SCOPE 55MHZ 4 CH 125M/S
Digilent, Inc.
59
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1 : £1,056.85000
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ActiveBench55 MHz4 Analog-Ethernet, USB-Record-125M-3.3V-
471-040_view3
471-040
O-SCOPE 55MHZ 4 CH 125M/S
Digilent, Inc.
90
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1 : £1,186.61000
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ActiveBench55 MHz4 Analog-Ethernet, USB-RecordPassive (8)125M-50V119V
410-394-1
410-394-1
O-SCOPE 55MHZ 2 CH 125M/S
Digilent, Inc.
10
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1 : £730.41000
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ActiveBench55 MHz2 Analog-Ethernet, USB-Record-125M-3.3V-
471-041_view3
471-041
O-SCOPE 55MHZ 2 CH 125M/S
Digilent, Inc.
9
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1 : £811.20000
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ActiveBench55 MHz2 Analog-Ethernet, USB-RecordPassive (6)125M-50V119V
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Equipment - Oscilloscopes


Oscilloscopes are measurement tools that create a visual representation of electronic signals. An essential tool for those who work with electronics, they are used to observe and measure high-speed phenomena, with more advanced examples capable of measuring signals with frequency content approaching the GHz range. As a general rule they exchange absolute accuracy and measurement resolution for speed, with even modest multimeters likely to yield better measurements than most oscilloscopes of the DC/low-frequency phenomena for which multimeters are well-adapted.