Yokogawa Test & Measurement Releases DLM3000 Series Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes

25 October 2018

Yokogawa Test & Measurement Corporation announces that it has developed the DLM3000 series of mixed signal oscilloscopes with models for the 200 MHz, 350 MHz, and 500 MHz bandwidths, and will release this to the market on October 30.

This new series is a successor to the DLM2000 series of mixed signal oscilloscopes, which have sold well thanks to their combination of low cost, light weight and compact size, high functionality, and ease of use. The DLM3000 comes with new functions that meet the latest needs of customers who are developing technologies for electric vehicles (EVs) and power electronics. By combining this product with its ScopeCorders and power analyzer products, Yokogawa will be able to offer optimum solutions for developers who are engaged in these fields, and thereby expand its measuring instrument business.

Development Background

In recent years, increased intention has been paid to the topic of sustainability, and this has been driving the move toward more energy-efficient power electronics, car electronics, and mechatronic devices.

Released in 2008, Yokogawa’s DLM2000 series mid-range mixed signal oscilloscopes have proven popular with developers of power electronics, car electronics, and mechatronic devices. In particular, their ease of use thanks to features such as a history function*1 have been well-received, and they have established a solid track record in the marketplace. However, customer needs continue to evolve and there is now a need for solutions that can help to improve power efficiency and speed up product development. To meet these needs, Yokogawa has improved on the DLM2000 by redesigning the hardware and adding functions that greatly improve performance. The DLM3000’s new functions meet the latest needs of companies that are developing EVs, advanced driver-assistance systems (ADASs), and inverter-related technologies.

 

Source: tmi.yokogawa.com