Fluke PM3394B Oscilloscope
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Autoranging Combiscobe Instrument
There are five models in this family of Fluke
oscilloscopes. Each of these
models is a combination of an analog real-time Oscilloscope
and a fully featured
digital storage Oscilloscope
. By pressing a single key, you can switch the
instrument from the analog mode to the digital mode and back. This allows each
of the units to be used in an optimum operating mode for all kinds of signal
conditions. Complex data streams, modulated waveforms, and video signals can
often best be seen in the analog mode of operation. The digital mode of operation
is more suited for single events, signals with low repetition frequencies, and when
automatic measurements need to be performed.
In this family there is a choice of five models. Two models have a bandwidth of
200 MHz, two have a bandwidth of 100 MHz and one has a bandwidth of 60 MHz.
Beside the 2 channel models with EXT TRIG input, there is a choice of two models
with four fully featured channels, all shown in the following table:
Type Number Bandwidth Sample rate Number of Channels Input Impedance
60MHz 200Ms/s 2 1MΩ
100MHz 200Ms/s 2 1MΩ
100MHz 200Ms/s 4 1MΩ
200MHz 200Ms/s 2 1MΩ/50Ω
200MHz 200Ms/s 4 1MΩ/50Ω
In the same instrument family, there are two 200-MHz and two 100-MHz analog
oscilloscopes that have specifications similar to the above-mentioned analog/
digital combination oscilloscopes operating in analog mode.
All analog/digital combination oscilloscopes listed above have the following features:
- Autoranging attenuators.
- Realtime clock.
- 32K sample acquisition memory in 4 channel versions.
- 8K sample acquisition memory, expandable to 32K in 2 channel versions.
- Up to 40 waveforms stored in memory or 204 waveforms with optional
- Autoset function for an instant optimized signal display at the touch of a button.
- Autoranging timebase.
- Cursor measurements with 1% accuracies.
- Extensive set of fully automated voltmeter and time measurement functions.
operated ’Touch Hold and Measure’ function freezes the display and
instantly displays the signal frequency, amplitude and dc voltage level.
- Peak detection for the capture of glitches as narrow as 5 ns.
- Pattern, State and Glitch triggering (2 ns) (2 channel models; 4ns Glitch
- Event delay and pretriggering and posttriggering.
- TV triggering including HDTV and TV line selection.
- Serial Interface
for printing and plotting.
- Averaging to reduce signal noise and to increase the vertical resolution from
8 to 16 bits.
- Advanced mathematics, including digital low-pass filtering. A Math+ option
adds integration, differentiation, histogramming, and FFT.
- Sine interpolation and magnification which enables true to life four channel
single shot acquisitions with a timebase up to 625 ns/div (32x magnified)
- A delayed timebase with full trigger features.
- An RS-232 (EIA-232-D) Interface
(standard) and an GPIB/IEEE-488 Interface
- Autocal for automatic fine tuning of all circuitry to achieve maximum accuracy
under all user conditions.
- Closed case calibration for efficient maintenance of traceable calibration at
The following options are available:
- A MATH+ option with more automated measurement functions including
envelope and measurement pass/fail testing. Also included in this option are
Integration, Differentiation, Histogramming, and FFT.
- Memory extension offering 32K acquisition length and the ability to store 156
traces (of 512 samples each) in memory for 2 channel versions.
- IEEE-488.2 Interface
using the new SCPI (Standard Commands for
Programmable Instruments) industry standard for remote control of test and
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The SCPI Programming Manual for the CombiScope™ instruments
describes how to program your CombiScope™ instrument via the
IEEE bus using SCPI commands.
1.1 What this Manual Contains
A complete table of contents is given at the beginning of
Chapter 1 ABOUT THIS MANUAL
Explains what the SCPI programming manual for the
CombiScopes instruments contains.
Chapter 2 GETTING STARTED WITH SCPI PROGRAMMING
Tells you how to get started quickly with your CombiScope
instrument. You can execute the program examples per
(sub)section or from the beginning until the end.
Chapter 3 USING THE COMBISCOPE INSTRUMENTS
Explains how SCPI works for your CombiScope instrument from
the functional point of view. Section 3.1 is an introduction
and section 3.2 explains the fundamental programming
concepts. The other sections and subsections represent the
functional use of your CombiScope instrument.
Chapter 4 COMMAND REFERENCE
Is a complete alphabetical reference of all implemented SCPI
commands. In the beginning a command summary is given to
provide you with a quick reference.
APPLICATION PROGRAM EXAMPLES
Appendix A describes some application program examples. The
application programs are supplied on floppy.
Appendix B gives cross references between SCPI commands and
front panel keys, softkey menu options, and instrument
Appendix C explains which abbreviations and symbols are used
in the manual. It also gives a list of the tables, figures,
and documents referenced.
Appendix D gives information regarding SCPI and IEEE-488.2
SUMMARY OF SYSTEM SETTINGS
Appendix E lists the system settings per functional group
(node), plus the applicable instrument settings per node.
A full alphabetical index is given at the end of the manual.
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