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June, 2019 SIGLENT Presents New Flagship Oscilloscope


Solon, OH — SIGLENT Technologies has introduced its new flagship oscil- loscope, the SDS5000X. Available with bandwidths of 350, 500 and 1 GHz, and with a maximum sample rate of 5 GS/s, the 5000X is fast enough to capture the most elusive problems. It also offers a substantial 250 Mpts of acquisition memory and a waveform-update rate of up-to 110,000 wfm/s. To help maintain high test


speeds, many of its waveform analy- sis features are implemented in hardware. The SDS5X includes a full dig-


ital trigger with qualification and zone triggering to help isolate faults more quickly. This technique


SDS5000X oscilloscope.


enables a highly sensitive and accu- rate trigger control. The oscilloscope also includes a new low-noise frontend that delivers


vertical sensitivity of 500 µV/div, making the SDS5X an excellent tool for debugging small signals. The oscilloscope includes a


large, responsive 10.1 in. (27.7 cm) touchscreen that includes smooth gesture operation and a clear layout. Setting up the zone trigger is as sim- ple as drawing a target around the waveform with a finger. For multi-domain analysis, the


oscilloscope has hardware-based fre- quency analysis utilizing up to 2 Mpts for the FFT-calculation. This deep memory FFT provides higher frequency resolution than many other FFT based systems. Furthermore, the SDS5X can be upgraded to include MSO/16 digital


channels and an external 25 MHz arbitrary waveform generator at any time.


For serial bus troubleshooting,


the SDS5X includes free decoding on all low-speed serial buses and can be upgraded with decoding kits for more specialized buses at any time. The oscilloscope also offers bandwidth upgrade options that give the user


flexibility. Contact: SIGLENT Technologies


America, Inc., 6557 Cochran Road, Solon, OH 44139 % 440-398-5800 E-mail: steve.barfield@siglent.com Web: www.siglent.com


XP Power Intros 20W DC-DC Power Modules


Sunnyvale, CA — XP Power has launched a new range of 20W DC-DC power modules with international agency approvals for medical/health- care applications. The series is suit- able for all medical applications and particularly intended for use where the DC-DC converter provides a rein- forced (2 x MOPP) safety isolation barrier, including patient contact and patient vicinity applications. Modules in the JHM20 series


are certified by both UL & TUV and carry all international approvals, including IEC60601-1, EN60601-1 and ANSI/AMMI ES60601-1 for medical safety. This certification, along with the CB report, which includes risk management, allows designers to use the power modules for critical safety barriers with confi- dence, while reducing the time and cost associated with end-equipment approval. Suitable for direct patient con-


tact, the modules have a maximum 2.5A of patient leakage current and offer 2 x MOPP at a 250 VAC work- ing voltage, ensuring patient and operator safety.


JHM20 series power module. The JHM20 series comprises a


total of 18 modules, offering 20W of power in a compact 2 x 1 in. (5 x 2.5 cm) PCB-mount footprint. The 2:1 input range offers flexibility with nominal input voltages of 12, 24 and 48 VDC. Isolated, fully-floating, sin- gle- and dual-output versions are available at 5, 12 and 15 VDC, allow- ing the provision of single rails of 24 and 30 VDC. All single outputs are simple to trim by 10 percent, with a


single external resistor. Contact: XP Power, LLC, 990


Benecia Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94085 % 408-732-7777 Web: www.xppower.com


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