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Scopex 14D-10 Dual Trace Oscilloscope

Scopex 14D-10 Dual Trace Oscilloscope
This working Scopex dual trace oscilloscope has two vertical inputs, or dual-trace and is extremely useful. Using a single-beam CRT (this is a method by which multiple analog message, signals or digital data streams are combined into one signal), usually switching between them fast enough to display two traces at once. With this dual-trace oscilloscope you often can add inputs to display a real-time analog sum (inverting one channel provides a difference, provided that neither channel is overloaded. This difference mode can provide a moderate-performance differential input). Switching channels can be asynchronous, that is, free-running, with trace blanking while switching, or after each horizontal sweep is complete. Asynchronous switching is usually designated "Chopped," while sweep-synchronized is designated "Alt[ernate]." A given channel is alternately connected and disconnected, leading to the term "chopped." Multi-trace oscilloscopes also switch channels either in chopped or alternate modes. In general, chopped mode is better for slower sweeps. Comes with manual.   $229.00. (1020607)
Scopex 14D-10 Dual Trace Oscilloscope
This working Scopex dual trace oscilloscope has two vertical inputs, or dual-trace and is extremely useful. Using a single-beam CRT (this is a method by which multiple analog message, signals or digital data streams are combined into one signal), usually switching between them fast enough to display two traces at once. With this dual-trace oscilloscope you often can add inputs to display a real-time analog sum (inverting one channel provides a difference, provided that neither channel is overloaded. This difference mode can provide a moderate-performance differential input). Switching channels can be asynchronous, that is, free-running, with trace blanking while switching, or after each horizontal sweep is complete. Asynchronous switching is usually designated "Chopped," while sweep-synchronized is designated "Alt[ernate]." A given channel is alternately connected and disconnected, leading to the term "chopped." Multi-trace oscilloscopes also switch channels either in chopped or alternate modes. In general, chopped mode is better for slower sweeps. Comes with manual.   $229.00. (1020607)
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