Keysight offers Infiniium EXR-Series scopes through distributors worldwide
Oscilloscopes that reduce test bench and workflow complexity, the Infiniium series by Keysight are now available through distribution and direct channels. They have been introduced to meet the growing complexity of designs and the rising benchmark for professional mainstream bench debug and analysis.
The Infiniium EXR-Series extends the power of Keysight’s Infiniium MXR oscilloscope family to customers that want to buy through the company’s global network of distributors. The Infiniium MXR-Series and EXR-Series feature multiple instruments integrated into a single platform to increase engineering productivity, says Keysight. Both series of oscilloscopes’ software simplifies debugging, power measurements and remote collaboration, says the company.
The new Infiniium EXR-Series mixed signal oscilloscope is for general purpose debugging. Both the Infiniium-EXR and -MXR families feature an ASIC which powers seven integrated applications, including oscilloscope, digital voltmeter (DVM), waveform generator, Bode plotter, counters, protocol analyser and logic analyser. The EXR-Series offers up to eight analogue channels that operate simultaneously at 2.5GHz with 16 independent digital channels.
Infiniium EXR and MXR scopes have a 15.6-inch, high definition touch screen, for users to access applications which automate complex tasks such as power supply characterisation and measurement, covering basic and advanced measurement and analysis of switching losses, RDS (on), control loop response, efficiency, transient response, inrush current, current harmonics and losses of power transistors during a cycle. A built-in Fault Hunter feature automatically analyses the normal signal for 30 seconds and initiates advanced triggers to find rare or random signal faults. This feature is exclusive to Infiniium EXR and MXR models. It automates rare or random signal fault detection. With the push of a button, the oscilloscope automatically analyses the normal signal and initiates advanced triggers to find rare or random signal faults. Fault Hunter finds physical layer signal anomalies, speeding design and troubleshooting efforts.
The Infiniium-EXR allows designers to work with higher bandwidth signals simultaneously across more analogue and digital channels. It can be upgraded from four to eight channels, from 500MHz to 2.5GHz.
Simultaneous eight analogue channels and 16 digital channels allow customers to perform no-compromise monitoring and analysis of complex signal interactions, opening a wide and insightful window into designs.
PathWave Infiniium Offline Analysis software enables design teams to do extensive analysis and data manipulation after bench measurements are complete.
The Keysight Infiniium EXR Series real-time oscilloscopes are available now through Keysight’s distribution network.