Siglent SDS2104X Plus Oscilloscope
Artno.: SL2-221040
Digital storage oscilloscope (DSO), 4 Channels, Bandwidth 100 MHz, Sample Rate 2 GS/s, Memory Depth 200 MPts, Resolution 8-bit / 10-bit, Waveform Update Rate 120 000 wfrm/s / 500 000 wfrm/s (Sequence Mode), Display 10.1" Touch Screen, Interface USB Host / USB Device / LAN, Serial Trigger/Decoder I2C / SPI / UART / CAN / LIN, SPO Technology, Web Interface, Touch Screen, 50 MHz Signal Generator (optional), 16-Channel Logic Analyzer (optional)

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Description

SIGLENT's SDS2000X Plus series Digital Storage Oscilloscopes are available in bandwidths of 350 MHz, 200 MHz and 100 MHz, have a maximum sample rate of 2 GSa/s, maximum record length of 200 Mpts/ch, and up to 4 analog channels + 16 digital channels mixed signal analysis ability.

The SDS2000X Plus series employs SIGLENT's SPO technology with a maximum waveform capture rate of up to 120 000 wfm/s (normal mode, up to 500 000 wfm/s in Sequence mode), 256-level intensity grading display function plus a color temperature display mode. It also employs an innovative digital trigger system with high sensitivity and low jitter. The trigger system supports multiple powerful triggering modes including serial bus triggering. History waveform recording, Sequence acquisition, Search and Navigate functions allow for extended waveform records to be captured, stored, and analyzed. An impressive array of measurement and math capabilities, options for a 50 MHz waveform generator, as well as serial decoding, mask test, bode plot, and power analysis are also features of the SDS2000X Plus. A 10-bit acquisition mode helps to satisfy applications which require more than 8-bit resolution.

The large 10.1" capacitive touch screen supports multi-touch gestures, while the remote web control, mouse and external keyboard support greatly improve the operating efficiency of the SDS2000X Plus.

Model Overview

SDS2102X Plus SDS2104X Plus SDS2204X Plus SDS2354X Plus
Channels 2+EXT 4+EXT
Bandwidth 100 MHz 100 MHz 200 MHz 350 MHz (upgradable to 500 MHz)
Sample Rate 2 GSa/s
1 GSa/s (non-interleaving mode)
Memory Depth 200 Mpts/ch
100 Mpts/ch (non-interleaving mode)
Waveform Capture Rate 120 000 wfm/s (Normal Mode)
500 000 wfm/s (Sequence Mode)
Vertical Resolution 8-bit
10-bit Mode (with 100 MHz bandwidth)
Trigger Types Edge, Slope, Pulse, Window, Runt, Interval, Dropout, Pattern, Video, Serial
Serial Trigger/Decoder I2C, SPI, UART, CAN, LIN (Standard)
CAN FD, FlexRay, I2S, MIL-STD-1553B (optional)
SDS2102X Plus SDS2104X Plus SDS2204X Plus SDS2354X Plus
Measurement Functions More than 50 parameters, supports statistics with histogram and trend
Math Functions 2 Traces
2 MPts FFT, +, -, ×, ÷, d/dt, ∫dt, √, Average, ERES, Formula Editor
Data Processing Search&Navigate, History, Mask Test, Bode Plot, Power Analysis (optional), Counter
Logic Analyzer (optional) 16 Channels, 500 MSa/s Sample Rate, 50 MPts Record Length per Channel
Signal Generator (optional) 1 Channel, 50 MHz Bandwidth, 125 MSa/s Sample Rate, 16 KPts Memory Depth
Interfaces USB Host (2x), USB Device, LAN, External Trigger, Auxiliary Output (TRIG OUT, PASS/FAIL)
Display 10.1" capacitive touch screen (1024x600 Pixel)
Supplied Probes 2x PP215, 200 MHz 4x PP215, 200 MHz 4x SP2035A, 350 MHz

Package Contents

  • Device
  • Probes
  • Power Cord
  • USB Cable
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Calibration Certificate

Features

10.1" display with capacitive touch screen
The capacitive touch screen supports multi-touch gestures. Traces can be moved or scaled efficiently by finger-touch movements. Resolution is 1024 x 600 pixels. Built-in web server supports remote control over the LAN port using a web browser. External mouse and keyboard use are supported.
Low Noise Floor
Only 80 µV rms at 500 MHz bandwidth.
Up to 120 000 wfm/s waveform update rate
With a waveform update rate of up to 120 000 wfm/s, the oscilloscope can easily capture low-probability events. In Sequence mode the waveform capture rate can reach 500 000 wfm/s.
Record Length of up to 200 Mpts/ch
Utilizing a hardware-based Zoom technique and record length up to 200 Mpts, users can select a slower timebase without compromising the sample rate and then quickly zoom in to focus on the area of interest.
10-bit Mode
10-bit mode combined with Zoom shows you more details and less noise on the waveform.
Multiple Trigger Functions
Edge, Slope, Pulse, Video, Windows, Runt, Interval, Dropout, Pattern and Serial Trigger.
Zone Trigger
Zone Trigger is available for advanced triggering.
Measurements for all relevant Parameters
Parameter measurements includes 4 categories: Vertical, Horizontal, Miscellaneous and Channel Delay providing a total of 50+ different types of measurements. Measurements can be performed within a specified gate period. Measurements on Math, Reference and History frames are supported.
Parameter Statistics
Statistics shows the current value, maximum value, minimum value, standard deviation and mean value of up to 12 parameters simultaneously. Histogram is available to show the probability distribution of a parameter. Trend is available to show the parameter value vs. time. In addition, horizontal measurements can process up to 1000 signal edges within one single frame, thus greatly improving the test efficiency.
Advanced Math Function
Two Math traces, support FFT, +, -, x, ÷, d/dt, ∫dt, √, Average, ERES, and Formula Editor.
FFT Function
Hardware accelerated FFT up to 2 Mpts. This provides high frequency resolution with fast refresh rate. The FFT function also supports a variety of window functions so that it can adapt to different spectrum measurement needs. Three modes (Normal, Average and Max hold) can satisfy different requirements for observing the power spectrum. Auto peak detection and markers are supported.
History Mode
History function records up to 90,000 triggered waveforms (frames). This is done continuously in the background, so the history waveforms can be played back at any time to find and analyze past events. Serial decode, zoom and cursors measurements can be used.
Sequence Mode
Segmented memory collection will store the waveform into multiple memory segments (up to 90,000) and each segment will store a triggered waveform together with the dead time information. The interval between segments can be as small as 2 µs. All segments can be played back at an arbitrary frame rate using the History function.
Search and Navigate
The SDS2000X Plus can find events within a record and history based on user specified trigger conditions. Navigate browses through Events flagged by the Search, plays back history frames or continuously moves the delay position on long records (useful in zoom view).
Serial Bus Decode
In addition to the decoder lanes correlated to the waveform, bus protocol information can be displayed in tabular form. I2C, SPI, UART, CAN, LIN, CAN FD, FlexRay, I2S and MIL-STD-1553B are supported.
Hardware-based High Speed Mask Test Function
The SDS2000X Plus utilizes a hardware-based Mask Test function, performing up to 80,000 Pass / Fail decisions each second. It is easy to generate user defined test templates which the signal trace can be continuously compared to. The failed frames can be automatically stored as history frames or screen shots, making it suitable for long-term signal monitoring or automated production line testing.
Custom Masks
Built-in Mask Editor application helps to create custom masks.
Bode Plot
The SDS2000X Plus can control the built-in waveform generator or any stand-alone SIGLENT SDG device to scan the amplitude and phase response over frequency of passive or active circuits. The data is presented as Bode Plot. This makes it possible to replace expensive network analyzers in less demanding applications.
Power Analysis (Optional)
The Power Analysis option provides a full suite of power measurements and analysis, thus improving the efficiency of measurement in switching power supplies and power device designs.
Digital Channels / MSO (Optional)
Four analog channels plus 16 digital channels allow the acquisition and triggering of mixed waveforms with one instrument.
50 MHz Built-in Waveform Generator (Optional)
The built-in waveform generator can output waveforms with up to 50 MHz frequency and ±3 V amplitude. Six basic waveforms together with multiple types of predefined waveforms and as user defined arbitrary waveforms are supported.
Complete Connectivity
2x USB Host, USB Device (USBTMC), LAN (VXI-11, telnet, socket, web), Auxiliary Output(Pass/Fail and Trigger Out)


Shipping weight: 4.95 Kg

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5 from 5 Solid performer, with a few quirks.

Overall Im quite satisfied with this instrument. I like:
- build quality and materials used
- overall industrial design of the instrument
- the low noise frontend
- the stable timebase
- measurement statistics with histogram and trend plot
- bode plot function (could be faster, though)
- large and responsive display
- FFT, especially the markers and marker tables, makes it well suited for e.g. analog filter design (together with the bode plot)
- responsiveness of the user interface
- stability of the software, hasnt locked up once during use

Not a fan of:
- cheap scope probes, will have to buy new probes when I decide to get the bandwidth upgrades
- limited trigger types, needs more, especially complex B after A type.
- logic probe, its overpriced for what it is

Originally, I wanted to get a Rigol MSO5000 series scope because of its interesting hardware specification and especially the sampling system. But I found that the firmware of the MSO5000 was pretty buggy and Rigol kept dragging their feet with updates, especially regarding the much requested Bode plot function. Also, the analog front-end of the SDS2104X+ is much better, especially a lot less noisy.

, 26.08.2020