MHO High Resolution Oscilloscope 3 Series has 500MHz bandwidth, 3GSa/s sampling rate, 4 analog channels, 360Mpts memory depth and 12 bits vertical resolution; 3.58cm ultra-thin body support wall /arm mounting; 14-inch integrated touch screen with resolution of 1920 x 1200 brings unmatched waveform display.
12-bit Vertical Resolution
MHO 3 series has 12-bit high-resolution ADC with a quantization level of up to 4096, which is 16 times that of traditional 8-bit ADC, helping users to observe waveform details more comprehensively and clearly.
Most friendly UI
Equipped with instrument-dedicated SigTestUI™ operating system, and accumulation of 10 years of UI design experience, the MHO 3 series evolved to simplify all user interfaces, newer engineers can quickly learn to use in 5 minutes.
Original Mic-OPI™ probe interface, automatically identifies passive probe attenuation, one-click to proceed auto-calibration; standard with BNC adapter, also has USB 3.0 Host, USB Type-C, LAN, HDMI, Trigger out etc.
Low noise floor
The noise of MHO 3 series is less than 80μVrms under 500MHz full bandwidth, allow engineers accurately capture weak but important signals during daily circuit debugging.
Deep memory and segmented storage acquisition
Up to 360Mpts memory depth delivers excellent signal fidelity, segmented storage divides the limited storage space into multiple small segments, and collects multiple trigger events into one storage space, effectively captures target signals multiple times over a long period of time and play back for further analysis.
Hardware digital filter
Hardware digital filtering can selectively pass or block signal components within a specific frequency range, very useful for analyzing specific frequency bands of a signal or observing changes in specific frequency components.
Comprehensive selection of probes
In addition to the standard passive probes, the MHO 3 series supports connection to all Micsig probes: optical-fiber isolated probe, high-voltage differential probes, and AC/DC current probes, such combination can maximize the performance of the probe and oscilloscope.