TiePie engineering released three new powerful high-resolution Automotive Test Scopes with WiFi and LAN connection: the ATS610004DW-XMSG, ATS605004DW-XMS and ATS5004DW. These WiFiScopes are the first and industry’s only WiFi connected Automotive Test Scopes with differential inputs. They can be used via an Ethernet connection (LAN, WiFi or WAN) but also with a USB 2.0 / 3.0 connection. The built-in battery provides the possibility to perform fully wireless differential measurements.
Measurements can be performed completely galvanically isolated and over long distances
With a WiFi connection, wireless measurements can be performed on a car, without the need of a computer to be right next to the car. The Multi-Channel software offers an overview of the available USB instruments and network instruments. The WiFi oscilloscope provides mobile differential measurements, e.g. on transport systems and moving installations. Are also available LAN and WAN data acquisition for long distance differential measurements, as well as continuous real-time high-speed data acquisition over both WiFi and LAN / WAN, and USB differential measurements for stand-alone applications and high-speed data acquisition up to 200 MSa/s.
Plug in and measure
High-speed real time continuous data acquisition rates of up to 5 MSamples/second can be achieved with a resolution of 8 to 16 bits and, via LAN / WAN connections, high speed real time continuous data acquisition rates of up to 20 MSamples/second can be achieved with a resolution of 8 to 16 bits. Via USB connections, high speed real time continuous data acquisition rates of up to 200 MSamples / second can be achieved with a resolution of 8 to 16 bits.
Sophisticated data analysis capabilities
Combined with the free Multi Channel oscilloscope software, the ATS610004DW-XMSG, ATS605004DW-XMS and ATS5004DW turn the user's PC into an High Resolution Differential Oscilloscope, Precision Spectrum analyzer, High Performance Multimeter, Very Fast differential Data logger and Comprehensive Protocol Analyzer. The analysis results are displayed in graphs, tables and/or meter displays.