As the creator of the world’s first 8 channel oscilloscope, and with over 100 years of industry experience, the DLM5000 is Yokogawa’s latest addition to our line-up and takes you beyond 8 channels. Adaptability is a key requirement during the development of high-performance and intelligent power-semiconductor technologies and mechatronics applied in a modern electric vehicles, motor controls, and energy efficient electronic designs. Combining a large, highly responsive touchscreen and a traditional oscilloscope panel, the 4-to-8 channel DLM5000 mixed signal oscilloscope allows users to easily navigate through a wealth of analysis features at the touch of their fingertips.
Basic functions ideal for circuit evaluation/software debugging
8 Analog ch + 32 bits of logic are collectively measured by one unit.
A single DLM5000 has 8 analog channels and 32 bits of logic, which usually requires two mixed signal oscilloscopes. By viewing sensor signals and amplifier inputs and outputs on the analog channels and serial/parallel bus signals on the logic channel, one unit is sufficient for embedded system debugging. The 4 ch model has been newly added to the series lineup.
12.1 inch large screen provides a comfortable debugging environment
Equipped with a 12.1-inch large touch screen. The large screen is useful for observing analog signals in detail and displaying information for debugging, such as parameters, zoom screen, XY display, and FFT analysis results.
Easy to carry and measures quickly
While the DLM5000 is a large screen model with multichannel inputs, it comes in a portable, thin & lightweight design. The instrument starts up from OFF to waveform display in 18 seconds. You can start measurement work immediately.
Up to 2.5 GS/s (8 channels at the same time), Up to 500 Mpoints long memory
The evaluation of an embedded system requires the verification of its operation over a relatively long period of time with software commands and the simultaneous viewing of waveforms of high-speed signals such as clock noise. The DLM5000 is equipped with a memory that allows waveform capture of 50 Mpoints in single mode/12.5 Mpoints in repeat mode. You can observe waveforms with very few omissions. If 500 Mpoints memory (optional) is installed, 0.2 seconds waveform can be captured even at 2.5 GS/s sample rate.
Two-unit connection function “DLMsync” in response to the request for more channels (/SYN option)
Connecting two DLM5000s (with /SYN option) with a dedicated cable (701982) enables synchronous measurement of up to 16 analog channels. Captured waveforms are displayed on each unit. Triggers operate in common, and common items, such as memory length, sampling rate, acquisition settings and horizontal axis scale settings, are linked, so they can be used like a single 16-channel oscilloscope. You can connect 4 ch models too, so “8 + 4 = 12 channels” or “4 + 4 = 8 channels” is also possible.
Original history function
Automatically save previously captured waveforms With the DLM5000 series, up to 100000 previously captured waveforms can be saved in the acquisition memory. With the History function, you can display just one or all of the previously captured waveforms (history waveforms) on screen. You can also perform cursor measurement, computation, and other operations on history waveforms. Using the History function, you can analyze rarely-occurring abnormal signals even when an appropriate trigger condition is hard to find because its waveform shapes are not constant.
History search function
Various and powerful search methods are available to search up to 100000 waveforms for events meeting your custom requirements. Intuitive and simple waveform search functions are provided. For example, you can specify a rectangular zone that captures a part of a waveform on the screen, a zone that covers an entire measured waveform, or a polygonal zone. If you know a value of interest, such as an abnormal value of voltage or pulse width, you can search history waveforms using waveform parameters.