PicoScope 5000 Series: a Flexible Resolution USB Oscilloscope
Today’s electronic designs employ a wide range of signal types: analog, digital, serial (both high- and low-speed), parallel, audio, video, power distribution and so on. All need to be debugged, measured and validated to ensure that the device under test is functioning correctly and within specification.
PicoScope 5000 Series can handle a variety of signal types. Our FlexRes hardware employs multiple high-resolution ADCs at the input channels in different time-interleaved and parallel combinations; these optimize either the sampling rate to 1 GS/s at 8 bits, the resolution to 16 bits at 62.5 MS/s, or other combinations in between. You can select the most appropriate hardware resolution for the requirements of each measurement.
2 and 4 channel models are available, all featuring a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 connection, providing lightning-fast saving of waveforms while retaining compatibility with older USB standards. The product is small and light, and operates silently thanks to its low-power, fanless design.
You can find out more about the specifications, features and capabilities of the PicoScope 5000 Series on our website.
Pico Technology at embeddedworld 2023
Pico Technology are going to be at embeddedworld from tomorrow (14th March)to 16th of March this year. This is a great chance to check out live demos of our latest products and software. We'll also be giving away 3 PicoScope 2204A kits from a draw of people who visit us during the show, so make sure you come and meet us!
Pico is hiring for a number of vacancies within our Test and Measurement (T&M) team, as well as across the broader company. We're always looking to expand the Pico family; if you want to join a fast growing company offering flexible working and great benefits, there might be a role for you at Pico!
We are currently looking to fill the following roles:
You can find out more about these roles, including a job description and list of benefits, on our new-look careers website. Apply now, or check out a number of other vacancies we're currently hiring for!
PicoScope on the front page of Hackaday!
Did you know that our PicoScope 2000 Series Oscilloscope was recently featured on the front page of Hackaday? In a recent post, regular readers are treated to a three-part tutorial on decoding 433 MHz radio signals using an Arduino Uno, a Soundcard, a Raspberry Pi, and our own PicoScope 2208B.
In this video, Steve Gardner from SDG Electronics uses our PicoScope 5000 Series and PicoScope 7 software on a PCB with a Supercapacitor.
Our upcoming events
We have an exciting array of upcoming events, exhibitions and demonstrations in 2023. Even if you don't have the chance to catch us at embeddedworld 2023 tomorrow, there are still plenty of dates for the diary, listed below:
ECEDHA 2023 // Albuquerque. New Mexico, USA // 19th-20th March Elettronica Italia // Bologna Fiere, Italy // 29th-31st March ARMMS 2023 // Oxford Belfry, Nr Thame, UK // 17th-18th April IMS 2023 // San Diego, California, USA // 11th-16th June