LeCroy WaveJet 334 Oscilloscope
No picture available!
Maybe you can upload a pic for the
LeCroy WaveJet 334 ?
If you have any other manuals for the
LeCroy WaveJet 334 you can upload the files here .
The right tools make debugging and validating a faster and
smoother process. The WAVEJET 300 SERIES
tools and greater performance than other oscilloscopes in the
100 MHz to 500 MHz range. It sets a new standard for portable
The WAVEJET 300 SERIES
offers a set of features and capabilities
not typically found in a portable Oscilloscope
. Its small form
factor boasts the biggest, brightest, highest resolution display
in this class. It also provides connectivity through USB, GPIB,
and Ethernet. These features, plus the longest memory length
available in a small portable Oscilloscope
the WaveJet truly unique.
The 7.5" VGA display allows you to easily view
signal details. It also provides room to display
measurements and menus without cluttering the
2. Power Up Time
The WaveJet is on and ready to use in less than
Documenting your work is easy using the front-
mounted USB port on the WaveJet. Simply press
the Print button on the front panel to quickly save
screen images to your USB memory device.
attenuation is automatically detected with
the WaveJet’s Probe
sense ring, eliminating the
need to manually select the attenuation factor.
The small 4" footprint and light weight of the
WaveJet means it is easy to carry and use
anywhere, even when bench space is limited.
6. Auto Setup
Quickly configure vertical, horizontal, and trigger
settings with a single button press.
Communicate with WaveJet
using GPIB or Ethernet with
WaveJet’s available Plug-In
remote control Accessories
use of LeCroy’s ScopeExplorer or ActiveDSO
tools for easy communication between the
WaveJet and your PC.
8. Intensity/Replay Control
Rotate to control waveform intensity, or push to
toggle to Replay mode. In Replay mode, rotate
this knob to see a history of waveforms captured
by the WaveJet.
9. Active Channel Indicators
These channel LEDs are color matched to each
waveform on the display. The active channel for the
vertical controls is always lit to simplify operation.
10. Push Knobs
Push the Offset knob to automatically zero the
channel offset, or the Delay knob to automatically
center the trigger point on the screen.
11. Local Language User Interface
Select from 9 different language preferences.
3.73 Mbytes (3910277 Bytes)
28 February 2007
Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
16 January 2021