Equipment information

BK Precision 2532 Oscilloscope
Manufacturer
BK Precision
Model 2532
Date 2007
Category Measurement instruments
Group Oscilloscope
Description Digital Storage Oscilloscope 40 MHz, 500 MSa/s
Information
                                    The 2530 & 2532 Digital Storage Oscilloscope is a
light-weight benchtop oscilloscope for viewing waveforms and
taking measurements. The 2530/2532 is an ideal education and
training tool and also well suited for applications in
service and repair.
Key Features
■ 40 MHz bandwidth, 500MSa/s sample rate with color display
(model 2532) a 25 MHz bandwidth, 250MSa/s sample rate with
monochrome display (model 2530) a 4000 point record length
for each channel a One touch automatic setup for ease of use
(Auto) a Save/Recall setup and waveform data
a Capture, save and analyze waveform data and measurement
results with the included EasyScope Application Software
a Cursors with readouts
a Eleven automatic measurements
a Waveform averaging and peak detection
a Math functions: +, -, / and x operations
a Fast Fourier Transformation (FFT)
a Extensive Trigger capabilities: Pulse Width trigger, Video
trigger capability with line-selectable triggering, External
trigger
a Variable persistence display
a Built in trigger frequency counter
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These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type User Manual BKPrecision-8525-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages 70
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Language english
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Information
Chapter 1 Getting
Started....................................................................6
1.1
Installation..........................................................................................................................
6
1.2 Functional
check................................................................................................................6
1.3 Probe handling
....................................................................................................................
8
1.3.1 Probe
Safety.....................................................................................................................8
1.3.2 Probe
Compensation......................................................................................................8
1.3.3 Probe Attenuation
Setting..............................................................................................9
1.4 Self
Calibration................................................................................................................10
Chapter 2 Main Control Sections
Overview...............................11
2.1 Vertical
System..................................................................................................................11
2.2 Horizontal
System............................................................................................................13
2.3 Trigger
System..................................................................................................................
15
2.3.1 Signal
Source................................................................................................................16
2.3.2 Trigger
Type...................................................................................................................16
2.3.3
Coupling........................................................................................................................
19
2.3.4
Position.........................................................................................................................
19
2.3.5 Slope &
Level...............................................................................................................
19
2.4 Acquisition
system...........................................................................................................
20
2.5 Display
System................................................................................................................
23
2.5.1 X-Y
Format....................................................................................................................25
2.6 Measurement
system........................................................................................................
25
2.6.1 Graticule
Measurement................................................................................................
26
2.6.2 Cursor
Measurement....................................................................................................
26
2.6.3 Auto Measurement
........................................................................................................
27
2.7 Utility
System...................................................................................................................30
2.7.1 System
status..................................................................................................................31
2.7.3 Self
Calibration.............................................................................................................
31
2.7.4 Self
Test..........................................................................................................................31
2.8 Save/Recall
System..........................................................................................................
32
Chapter 3 Operating
Basics...........................................................36
3.1 Display
Area......................................................................................................................35
3.2 Using the Menu
System..................................................................................................36
3.3 Using the default
setup....................................................................................................37
3.4 Using the auto
setup.........................................................................................................37
3.5 Using the ADJUST
knob.................................................................................................39
3.6 Setting up the Vertical
System.......................................................................................40
3.6.1 Setting up the CH1, CH2
Channels..........................................................................40
3.6.2 Using the Vertical Position knob and Volts/Div
knob.............................................44
3.6.3 Using
Ref.......................................................................................................................44
3.7 Math
Functions................................................................................................................45
3.8 Setting up the Horizontal
system...................................................................................49
3.8.1 Horizontal control
knobs.............................................................................................49
3.8.2 Window
Zone................................................................................................................49
3.8.3 Trigger
holdoff..............................................................................................................50
3.9 Set trigger
system.............................................................................................................50
3.10 Menu and control
button...............................................................................................51
3.11
Connectors.....................................................................................................................51
Chapter 4 Application
Examples......................................................53
4.1Taking Simple
Measurements.........................................................................................53
4.2 Taking Cursor
Measurements........................................................................................54
4.2.2 Measuring Ring
Amplitude.........................................................................................55
4.3 Capturing a Single-Shot
signal......................................................................................55
4.4 Analyzing signal details
..................................................................................................
56
4.4.1 Looking at a Noisy
Signal...........................................................................................56
4.4.2 Separating the Signal from the
Noise.........................................................................56
4.5 Triggering on a Video
Signal.........................................................................................56
4.5.1 Triggering on a Video
Field........................................................................................56
4.5.2 Triggering on Video
Lines..........................................................................................57
4.6 Application for the X-Y
function...................................................................................57
4.7 Analyzing a Differential Communication
Signal........................................................58
Chapter 5 Prompt messages and troubleshooting
hints.................60
Appendix A:
Specifications..............................................................62
Appendix B: Default
setup...............................................................65
Appendix C: Sample Rate versus Timebase
Setting.....................66
Appendix D: Daily Maintenance and
Cleaning.......................... 66
Appendix E:
Index.............................................................................68
Appendix F: Service and Warranty
Information............................69
BKPrecision-8525-Manual-Page-1-Picture


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