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MSO3000E Series
MSO3000E Series
The MSO3000E Series is the new mainstream digital phosphor oscilloscope to meet the customers needs applications with its innovative technology. The series is designed for the most extensive testing and measurement applications market with its industry leading specifications, powerful trigger functions and broad analysis capabilities. The MSO 3000E series has 16 bits of mixed signal logic channels with included UT-M15 logic probe kit. With the bandwidth ranges from 150 to 500 MHz and 2 or 4 channels, this model also features with up to 2.5G Sa/s sample rate and deep memory depth as well as waveform capture rates.
150 MHz~250 MHz
BANDWIDTH
2/4
ANALOG CHANNELS
2.5 GSa/s
REAL-TIME SAMPLE RATE
70Mpts
MAX. MEMORY DEPTH
200,000 wfms/s
WAVEFORM CAPTURE RATE
16
DIGITAL CHANNELS
FEATURES
MODEL
MANUAL
OPTIONS&ACCESSORIES
SOFTWARE&FIRMWARE
VIDEO
FAQS
16 Digital Channels Mixed Signal Analysis Capability
The MSO3000E features not only four analog channels but also includes 16 digital channels, enabling precise capture and display of digital-level signals and bus logic status.
16 Digital Channels Mixed Signal Analysis Capability
Built-in Dual-Channel 50MHz Signal Generator
With a built-in dual-channel 50MHz arbitrary waveform generator, the device seamlessly combines an oscilloscope, logic analyzer, and signal source into a unified tool, enhancing your testing experience with greater efficiency.
Built-in Dual-Channel 50MHz Signal Generator
Independent Time Base and Multiple Trigger Functions
Comprehensive trigger functions cater to a wide range of test conditions, and the independent adjustment of the time base for each channel facilitates convenient simultaneous observation of four signals with significant frequency variations.
Independent Time Base and Multiple Trigger Functions
Fast numeric keyboard and unique 4-window display
A swift numeric keyboard facilitates rapid and effective data input, while the device boasts an independent 4-window display, enhancing the overall user experience for greater efficiency.
Fast numeric keyboard and unique 4-window display
Longer memory depth
With a memory depth of 70Mpts per channel, even when simultaneously observing four channels of signals, the device can sustain the highest sampling rate for extended durations. This ensures the retention of waveform changes without any loss, allowing for detailed waveform analysis.
Longer memory depth
MODEL
MSO3254E
BANDWIDTH:250MHz
ANALOG CHANNELS:4
REAL-TIME SAMPLE RATE:2.5 GSa/s
MAX. MEMORY DEPTH:70 Mpts
WAVEFORM CAPTURE RATE:200,000 wfms/s
DIGITAL CHANNELS:16
WAVEFORM GENERATOR:2CH, 50MHz Built-in Waveform generator
MSO3252E
BANDWIDTH:250MHz
ANALOG CHANNELS:2
REAL-TIME SAMPLE RATE:2.5 GSa/s
MAX. MEMORY DEPTH:70 Mpts
WAVEFORM CAPTURE RATE:200,000 wfms/s
DIGITAL CHANNELS:16
WAVEFORM GENERATOR:2CH, 50MHz Built-in Waveform generator
MSO3154E
BANDWIDTH:150MHz
ANALOG CHANNELS:4
REAL-TIME SAMPLE RATE:2.5 GSa/s
MAX. MEMORY DEPTH:70 Mpts
WAVEFORM CAPTURE RATE:200,000 wfms/s
DIGITAL CHANNELS:16
WAVEFORM GENERATOR:2CH, 50MHz Built-in Waveform generator
MSO3152E
BANDWIDTH:150MHz
ANALOG CHANNELS:2
REAL-TIME SAMPLE RATE:2.5 GSa/s
MAX. MEMORY DEPTH:70 Mpts
WAVEFORM CAPTURE RATE:200,000 wfms/s
DIGITAL CHANNELS:16
WAVEFORM GENERATOR:2CH, 50MHz Built-in Waveform generator
DATASHEETS
download MSO3000E Series Datasheet-EN
Version:V1.0
Release Date:2023.10.23
QUICK GUIDE
USER MANUAL
download MSO3000E User's Guide
Version:V1.0
Release Date:2023.10.23
PROGRAMMING MANUAL
download SDK Programming protocol package
Version:V1.0
Release Date:2015.05.17
SERVICE MANUAL
OPTIONS
ACCESSORIES
UT-P06
download UT-P06
Description:Passive probe ratio:(10X:1X),300MHz
UT-P05
download UT-P05
Description:Passive probe:(10X:1X),200MHz
UT-P20
download UT-P20
Description:High voltage probe ratio:100X:1X,250MHz,1.5KV
UT-P07
download UT-P07
Description:Passive probe ratio:10X:1X,500MHz
UT-P21
download UT-P21
Description:High voltage probe ratio:1000X:1X, 50MHz,DC:10KV,AC:7KV
UT-P30
download UT-P30
Description:Differential probe:100MHz, ±800Vpp
UT-P31
download UT-P31
Description:High voltage differential probe:100MHz, ±1.5KV
UT-P32
download UT-P32
Description:High voltage differential probe:50MHz,±3.0KV
UT-P33
download UT-P33
Description:High voltage differential probe:120MHz,±14KV
UT-V23
download UT-V23
Description:High voltage probe ratio:100X:1X,100MHz,2.0KV
UT-P40
download UT-P40
Description:Current probe:DC~100kHz,60A
UT-P41
download UT-P41
Description:Current probe:DC~100kHz,100A
UT-P43
download UT-P43
Description:Current probe:DC~25MHz,20A:AC/DC
UT-P44
download UT-P44
Description:Current probe:DC~50MHz,40A:AC/DC
UT-M15
UT-M15
Description:Logic analyzer probe:16CH Digital
UT-D14
UT-D14
Description:USB 2.0 double-head printing cable:1.5M
UT-L45
UT-L45
Description:BNC-BNC line :1M
UT-L02
UT-L02
Description:BNC to alligator clip test line:1M
UT-P4100A
download UT-P4100A
Description:100A/600kHz Low frequency current probe<br>Range:100A/10A<br>Freq range:DC~600kHz<br>Rise time:≤583ns
UT-P4030D
download UT-P4030D
Description:30A/ DC~100MHz High frequency current probe<br>Range:30A/5A<br>Freq range:DC~100MHz<br>Rise time:≤3.5ns
UT-P07A
download UT-P07A
Description:Passive probe ratio:10X,10MΩ,500MHz,600Vpk
UT-P4150
download UT-P4150
Description:150A/ DC-12MHz High frequency current probe<br>Range:150A/30A<br>Freq range:DC~12MHz<br>Rise time:≤29ns
UT-P4500
download UT-P4500
Description:500A/ DC~5MHz High frequency current probe<br>Range:500A/75A<br>Freq range:DC~5MHz<br>Rise time:≤70ns
UT-P4100B
download UT-P4100B
Description:100A/2MHz Low frequency current probe<br>Range:100A/10A<br>Freq range:DC~2MHz<br>Rise time:≤175ns
SOFTWARE
MSO3000E Software
Version: V1.0
2021/05/30
FIRMWARE
FAQs
Why the value measured by the oscilloscope is different from the value measured by the multimeter?
How does an oscilloscope measure power supply ripple?
The measurement error of oscilloscope is relatively large
Maintenace and Cleaning
Why is there no waveform output from the signal generator?
Why the signal generator cannot recognize U disk?
No screen display(blank screen)
What is the difference of real-time sampling and equivalent sampling?
What impact does a low sampling rate have on testing and measurement?
The conversion relationship between peak value(Vp), peak-to-peak value(Vpp), and RMS value(Vrms).
What is the relation of channel coupling and trigger coupling?
Why is there a significant difference in RMS voltage measurements when using the same high-voltage probe EN-48000 with a UNI-T oscilloscope compared to an Agilent oscilloscope?
In an oscilloscope, how should we understand the term ±(3% x reading+0.05div)? What does one sampling interval mean?
While measuring a signal, what is the difference between using a probe in 1x mode and 10x mode?
How to use oscilloscope to capture occasional signal?
What is the trigger of oscilloscope?
Why choose an oscilloscope with high waveform capture rate?
What are the differences between the auto, normal, and single trigger modes?
UNI-T oscilloscope has wave record function, how long can it record?
Why is there significant waveform distortion when observing high-frequency signals?
How to solve the issue of having a waveform but unable to display it stably?
What is the trigger of oscilloscope?
What is the trigger hold off?
Why the precision is different from the standard specification?
How to use digital oscilloscope to measure radiate of switching power supply?
How to measure small signals using a digital oscilloscope? For example, small signals from an audio amplifier or power supply ripple noise.
How to measure differential signal using digital oscilloscope ?
What is Rise Time?
What is the difference of analog oscilloscope and digital oscilloscope?
Why does a 1kHz square wave measurement result in ghosting phenomenon?
Why does the instrument display normally when connected to the PC software, but none of the buttons respond?
Why is the phase difference displayed incorrectly when measuring signals with a phase difference of 180 degrees or other phase differences?
Why does a square wave signal appear as a triangle wave when measured?
Why does a square wave signal appear as a sine wave when measured?
Why does the AUTO function sometimes prompt an AUTO failure?
Is the bandwidth of oscilloscope the higher the better?
How to capture continuous waveforms of a signal over a period of time?
Release notes