LeCroy Oscilloscopes / Accessories
Up to 1 GHz, up to 10 GS/s
With fast sampling on each channel and 25 Mpts/Ch memory the WaveSurfer MXs-B oscilloscopes are an outstanding choice from 200 MHz to 1 GHz.
Along with class leading specs, the WaveSurfer MXs-B includes a number of unique tools that simplify how you use an oscilloscope and how you perform everyday debug and validation. These tools enable searching through long captures or dynamically searching live acquisitions; easy documentation; and report generation as well as long memory that is fast and does not slow you down.
The WaveSurfer MXs-B provides the largest set of math and measure tools available on any oscilloscope in this class.
18/36 channels, 250/500 MHz
The MS Series offers unmatched digital performance and is available in two models, the MS-500 and MS-250.
Designed to capture long records of the fastest digital signals the MS-500 has a maximum input frequency of 500 MHz, while other MSOs are limited to only 250 MHz. The long memory of 50 Mpts/Ch means that these fast signals can be captured for up to 25 ms at up to 2 GS/s sampling rate. On top of this raw performance, the MS-500 supports up to 36 channels — enough for all the ADDR, DATA, control lines and serial data busses. This makes it the perfect tool for embedded systems with 16-bit or 32-bit microcontrollers.
The MS-250 is the ideal tool for testing embedded systems with 8 bit microcontrollers or slower digital signals. With 250 MHz max input frequency, 18 channels and 10 Mpts/Ch memory the MS-250 is an outstanding value and provides a complete set of tools for embedded system testing.
Up to 500 MHz, up to 2 GS/s
A unique toolset for portable oscilloscopes.
The right tools make debugging and validating a faster and smoother process. The WaveJet 300A Series provides more tools and greater performance than other oscilloscopes in the 100 MHz to 500 MHz range. It sets a new standard for portable oscilloscopes.
The WaveJet eliminates the tradeoff between high sample rate and long capture by providing up to 200x the capture time of other oscilloscopes in this class at 2 GS/s.
Big 7.5” color display offers the 640 x 480 VGA resolution and excellent viewing angles.
Up to 300 MHz, up to 2 GS/s
A good oscilloscope should simplify how you work and shorten the time it takes to find and debug problems.
The WaveAce combines long memory, a color display, extensive measurement capabilities, advanced triggering and excellent connectivity to improve troubleshooting and shorten debug time.
With bandwidths from 40 MHz to 300 MHz, sample rates up to 2 GS/s and waveform memory up to 10 kpts/Ch (20 kpts interleaved) the WaveAce exceeds all expectations of a small affordable oscilloscope.
LeCroy Differential Amplifiers
DC to 100 MHz
The DA1855A is a stand-alone, high-performance 100 MHz differential amplifier. It is intended to act as a signal conditioning preamplifier for oscilloscopes, digitizers and spectrum analyzers, providing differential measurement capability to instruments having only a single-ended input. When used with a DA1855A, oscilloscopes can obtain Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR) and overdrive recovery performance levels previously unobtainable.
Amplifier gain can be set to 1 or 10. A built-in input attenuator can be separately set to attenuate signals by a factor of 10, providing gains of 10, 1, or 0.1 and common mode dynamic range of ± 15.5 V (÷1) or ± 155 V (÷10).
Optional probes increase the maximum input signal and common mode ranges in proportion to their attenuation ratio but do not exceed their maximum input voltage rating. Effective gain of the DA1855A, including probe attenuation, amplifier gain and attenuator settings, is automatically displayed.
LeCroy Differential Probes
Up to 100 MHz
ADP30X high-voltage active differential probes are safe, easy-to-use probes ideally suited for measuring power electronics. The ADP300 is good for troubleshooting low-frequency power devices and other circuits where the reference potential is elevated from ground or the location of ground is unknown. The ADP305 is designed for measuring the high-speed floating voltages found in today's high-speed power electronics.
With the ProBus® interface, the ADP30X becomes an integral part of the oscilloscope. The attenuation, offset, and bandwidth limit are all controlled from the oscilloscope front panel or by using the remote control commands. This means the complete measurement setup can be saved and recalled by the oscilloscope, and all measurement values will be correct. The scope provides power to the probe, so there is no need to worry about a separate power supply or changing batteries.
Up to 500 A, up to 100 MHz
LeCroy current probes do not require the breaking of a circuit or the insertion of a shunt to make accurate and reliable current measurements.
Based on a combination of Hall effect and transformer technology, LeCroy current probes are ideal for making accurate AC, DC, and impulse current measurements.
Up to 2.5 GHz
The ZS Series probes provide high impedance and an extensive set of probe tips and ground accessories to handle a wide range of probing scenarios. The high 1 MΩ input resistance and low 0.9 pF input capacitance means this probe is ideal for all frequencies. The ZS Series probes provide full system bandwidth with all LeCroy oscilloscopes with bandwidths of 1 GHz and below.
Today’s probes need to be versatile, small, and lightweight while maintaining the necessary bandwidth to capture high-speed signals. As probing points get smaller and closer together, LeCroy’s HFP Series of active probes provide the ability to meet all of your difficult probing challenges.
Up to 500 MHz
Passive probes are the standard probe provided with most oscilloscopes. Typical passive probes provide a 10:1 attenuation and feature a high input resistance of 10 MΩ. This high input resistance means that passive probes are the ideal tool for low frequency signals since circuit loading at these frequencies is minimized. Passive probes are designed to handle voltages of at least 400 V, some as high as 600 V. LeCroy passive probes feature an attenuation sense pin which tells the oscilloscope to scale the waveforms automatically requiring no user input.
Up to 20 kV, up to 400 MHz
The PPE series of probes are suitable for a wide range of applications where high-voltage measurements must be made safely and accurately. There are five fixed-attenuation probes covering a range from 2 kV to 20 kV, and one switchable probe providing ÷10/÷100 attenuation for voltage inputs up to 1.2 kV.
Hybrid circuitry and switch reading for probes with switchable gain/attenuation minimize ringing and overshoot to provide a precise response.