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Product Code: SDS1104X-E

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SIGLENT’s new SDS1000X-E Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes feature two channel and four channel models. The two channel model is available with a 200 MHz analog bandwidth, a single ADC with a 1 GSa/s maximum sample rate, and a single memory module with 14 Mpts of sample memory. The four channel scope is available in 100 and 200 MHz models and incorporates two 1 GSa/s ADCs and two 14 Mpts memory modules. When all channels are enabled, each channel has sample rate of 500 MSa/s and a standard record length of 7 Mpts. When only a single channel per ADC is active, the maximum sample rate is 1 GSa/s and the maximum record length is 14 Mpts. For ease -of -use, the most commonly used functions can be accessed with its user- friendly front panel design.

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  • 100 MHz Bandwidth
  • 4 Channel
  • Waveform Capture Rate up to 400,000 wfm/s
  • Trigger Types: Edge, Slope, Pulse Width, Window, Runt, Interval, Dropout, Pattern, Video
  • Serial Trigger and decoder: IIC, SPI, UART, CAN, LIN
  • 7 inch TFT-LCD display and 10 one-button menus
  • 1 M points FFT
  • 16 Digital Channels/MSO (Optional)
  • USB 25 MHz AWG Module (Optional)
16 Digital Channels (four channel series only, option)
Maximum waveform capture rate up to 1 GSa/s, Record length up to 14 Mpts/CH
Bode plot ( four channel series only)
Minimum start frequency of 10 Hz, minimum scan bandwith of 500 Hz, maximum scan bandwidth of 120 MHz (dependent on Oscilloscope and AWG bandwidth), 500 maximum scan frequency points
Decode Type (Standard)
Memory Depth (Max.)
7 Mpts/CH (not interleave mode); 14 Mpts/CH (interleave mode)
Serial Trigger (Standard)
Trigger Types
Edge, Slope, Pulse width, Window, Runt, Interval, Dropout, Pattern, Video
USB AWG module (four channel series only, option)
One channel, 25 MHz, sample rate of 125 MHz, wave length of 16 kpts
USB WIFI adapter (four channel series only, option)
802.11b/g/b, WPA-PSK, the adapter must be supplied by Siglent to ensure working
Waveform Capture Rate (Max.)
100,000 wfm/s (normal mode), 400,000 wfm/s (sequence mode)
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5 stars based on 4 reviews
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Senior Electronics Engineer

After my old HP CRO (yes, it was a Cathode Ray Oscilloscope) died just when I needed it last Friday, I decided to update to the Siglent SDS-1104X-E after spending an entire Saturday doing some research on a replacement oscilloscope. This new oscilloscope is worth every cent. I put it to work straight away debugging a UART issue on a PCB. This oscilloscope's usability, features and quality of manufacture are excellent and the display is crisp and clear. It is also very intuitive to use. I am delighted with this oscilloscope, having used it for a couple of days without any issues. Boot up time is quick. The fan noise is fairly low and noticeable but not annoying at all. A little fan noise is good as a reminder you left the oscilloscope on. Comes with four pretty decent probes with probe accessories. (You will need to tune the probes using the tool supplied and the the 1kHz square wave output from the oscilloscope prior to first use.) I would recommend this oscilloscope to anyone wanting a well prices, good performance, general purpose oscilloscope. The serial decoding function is a nice bonus. Another pleasant experience was dealing with Trio Test & Measurement (IPD). The price was competitive, and I felt comfortable buying from a trusted local vendor. Trio quickly answered my enquiry email about stock and I paid online. The oscilloscope was dispatched dispatched from Trio in Sydney straight away, and it was in my hands in Melbourne (>900km away) the every next day - for only $20 delivery. The oscilloscope was also well packaged. Impressive. The whole experience was positive and I will consider Trio for more test equipment in the future.

David Byrne , Melbourne
Industrial Control Systems Manager

I can't but help echo David's sentiments. I was in need of a high feature but reasonable-cost scope. I was looking at options from Rigol, Keysight, and Siglent. The combination of large sample memory and segmented memory support tipped the scales for me on paper. Ordered from Trio (IPD) and arrived literally next day. Having used the scope for a week now, I can only say that I didn't put enough emphasis on the value of the memory storage component, it's a game changer. The ability to capture a long waveform and then zoom into details, and the ability to segment your memory and capture a large number of glitches/errors over a few hours, changed the way I approached a problem, saving me significant time and effort. If you're looking for a capable scope with features at a price point that'd have been unthinkable only a few years ago, this is definitely one to consider!

Niels Endres , Melbourne
Mechatronics Engineering Student/Intern

The scope is great to use, interface is a little bit slow, though nothing worse than you'd expect for the price point. The serial decode and serial triggering are easy to use and super handy. Trio Test was great, quick in responding to emails, and the scope was ordered late Friday afternoon, shipped Monday and in my hands by Tuesday.

Jaycob , Melbourne
Electrical & Instrumentstion Engineer

Excellent scope for the price. Better sample rate and memory depth than a lot of the competitors. Also comes stock with serial decode (not an add on) which is handy. Signal gen and mso/logic analyser can be added at a price. The real winner for me is the fft, it is one of the best implemented ffts I have experience on a scope let alone a budget scope. I had an issue with my order but called triotest and they sorted it out in less than an hour. Scope came in one business day too.

Thomas Spring , Brisbane

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