Extech 20MHz 2-Channel Digital Oscilloscope

Extech 20MHz 2-Channel Digital Oscilloscope


The Extech 2-Channel Digital Oscilloscope acts as a true RMS multimeter and oscilloscope that guarantees a stable display of virtually any waveform.


  • 20MHz bandwidth
  • Peak detect function for 50ns glitch capture
  • FFT function to view component frequencies
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The Extech 2-Channel Digital Oscilloscope's dual channel optimizes the position, range, timebase, and triggering to guarantee a stable display of virtually any waveform. The multimeter automatically measures twenty different functions including frequency, cycle, average, peak to peak, and RMS. Up to 4 waveforms can be stored and recalled at one time.

Multiple modes ensure the most accurate data possible: average mode for smoothing waveforms, and persistence mode for observing dynamic signals. Autoscale automatically configures trigger mode where the oscilloscope can measure a waveform without a triggering condition. XY mode and FFT function help the viewer understand the relationship between channels one and two.

Other features include 20MHz bandwidth, waveform math, and a real time clock. The included USB interface and compatible software enable the user to transfer waveforms and data to any PC.

Notable Specifications:
  • Display size: 3.8" (96mm) color LCD; 320 x 240 pixels
  • Bandwidth: 20MHz
  • Real time sample rate: 100MS/s
  • Risetime: 17.5ns
  • Channels: 2
  • Record length: 6K points per channel
  • Glitch capture: 50ns
  • Vertical sensitivity: 5mV to 5V/div
  • Vertical resolution: 8 bits
  • Timebase range: 5ns to 5s/div
  • Trigger modes: Free Run, Single Shot, Edge, Video
  • Trigger source: CH1, CH2
  • Trigger coupling: AC, DC
  • Input impedance: 1MΩ/20pF
  • Max Input voltage: 400V (peak)
  • Cursor measurement: Voltage and time
  • AC/DC voltage: 400mV, 4V, 40V, 400V
  • AC/DC current: 40mA, 300mA, 20A
  • Resistance: 400Ω, 4kΩ, 40kΩ, 400kΩ, 40MΩ
  • Capacitance: 51.2nF to 100μF
  • Diode and continuity: Yes
  • Power supply: 6 hours Li-ion rechargeable battery; AC Adaptor/Charger
  • Dimensions/weight: 7 x 4.4 x 1.6" (180 x 113 x 40mm) / 24.3oz (690g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Digital Oscilloscope
  • (2) Oscilloscope probes (1X/10X)
  • (1) Test leads
  • (1) Windows 95/98/NT/2000/ME/XP compatible USB software and cable
  • (1) AC adaptor/ charger
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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