The CS548 Isolated Channel Oscilloscope
Isolated channel capture (2kV DC Class III), 100 dB CMRR at 50 MHz, Frequency Response Analysis, Component LCR measurement, MSPS streaming to disk for days, high resolution spectra, sophisticated maths, Matlab and Excel live, external sampling clock, Ethernet or USB, Isolated Signal Generator, mixed signal capture... just some of the things Cleverscope does for you!
We make high accuracy mixed signal acquisition units, and have spent over ten years developing extremely capable software to make them easy and intuitive to use. Our oscilloscopes and software simplify the jobs that engineers need to do on a daily basis.
The CS548 is now available with fewer channels installed for specific applications or to use only the external CS1200 probe for maximum isolation and CMRR.
Check out our 64bit application CS302 that removes the previous memory limitations and the 64bit driver for building your own solutions.
In February 2024, we will be at APEC in Long Beach from the 25th to 29th at booth 1761. Drop in and see the CS548 in operation and learn about our new CS1202 probe!
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CS548 Isolated Oscilloscope
Check out our CS548 channel isolated scope. It has 4 channels, 2kV isolation, >100 dB CMRR at 50 MHz, and 14 bit ADC's at 500 MSPS. It's a beast! Use it with the CS1133 Vsat probe to measure losses. It can do FRA, Spectrum, Maths, Protocol Decoding and much more.Read more about CS548
Measuring milli ohm impedance capacitors
We've got a new how to video measuring a 22uF ceramic capacitor with 5 mOhm impedance and very low esr. This video also shows the new log amplitude axis option so you can use sensible units such as Ohms over decades of range. The video uses a lash-up test fixture, but production versions will be available soon.Read More
Log amplitude in Spectrum Display
The Spectrum display now supports log amplitude. We have placed two buttons on the display so you can choose between linear or log. As the Spectrum Display can source from Maths, or FRA (in addition to Scope/Tracker Displays), you can have calculated results with very large dynamic ranges, which are best represented with a log display.
The log display is illustrated in the 22uF capacitor impedance plot video.
See the log display in action..