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Test&Measurement


NEW DL350 ScopeCorder


Complete measurements complete portability


Precision Making


Capture, display, record and analyze the widest variety of electrical and physical parameters in automotive, transportation, electronics, energy and mechatronics.


With a resistive touch screen, for superior noise-free performance, and the ability to support most of the existing input modules, the laboratory class accuracy and precision can be maintained when going out into the fi eld.


Supporting 18 types of input module, the DL350 combines in one fl exible compact instrument all the measurement and recording capabilities you need when you are away from your offi ce or lab.


ScopeCorder - DL350


The DL350 ScopeCorder combines in one compact instrument all the measurement and recording capabilities you need when you are away from your offi ce or lab.


High-speed signals or long-term recording, ‘quick and simple’ or sophisticated operation, the DL350 provides the fl exibility you need when you need it.


Precision Making


DL350 ScopeCorder offers:


• Channel counts up to 8 analogue and 16 digital (simultaneous) • Up to 32 multiplexed channels + 16 digital • Sample rates up to 100 MS/s • Isolation up to 1 kV • Resolution up to 16-bit • 1000 Vrms (CAT II), 600 Vrms(CAT III) and RMS measurements • Temperature, vibration, acceleration, strain and frequency • CAN / LIN / SENT bus monitoring and message trending


Read more on why to choose the DL350 ScopeCorder as your next measurement instrument www.tmi.yokogawa.com


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