Connect-and-View triggering for an instant, stable display
Oscilloscope users know how difficult triggering can be. Using the wrong settings can lead to unstable waveform captures, and sometimes the wrong measurement data. This instrument’s unique Connect-and View triggering technology recognizes signal patterns and automatically sets up the correct triggering to provide a stable, reliable, and repeatable display. Connect-and-View triggering is designed to work with virtually any signal, including motor drives and control signals – without adjusting parameters, or even touching a button. Signal changes are instantly recognized and settings are automatically adjusted, providing a stable display even when measuring multiple test points in quick succession.
The Auto Readings function with Fluke IntellaSet technology uses proprietary algorithms to intelligently analyze the measured waveform and automatically displays the most appropriate numerical measurements on the screen, so you can get the data you need easier than ever before. As an example, when the measured waveform is a line voltage signal, the Vrms and Hz readings are automatically displayed, whereas if the measured waveform is a square wave, the Vpeak-peak, and Hz readings are automatically displayed. Using IntellaSet technology in conjunction with Connect-and-View automatic triggering you can be sure you’re seeing not only the correct waveform but the appropriate numerical reading as well. All without touching a button.
Industrial equipment needs a reliable power supply to operate properly, use the dual input to obtain key power measurements
For single-phase or 3-phase balanced systems, the dual inputs of the Industrial ScopeMeter 120B Series can measure AC+DC RMS voltage on channel A and AC+DC RMS current on channel B. This oscilloscope can then calculate; frequency, phase angle, active power (kW), reactive power (VA or var), power factor (PF), or displacement power factor (DPF) and can also calculate the power values for a 3-phase system where all phases have equal voltage and currents. This applies to both balanced systems and resistive loads.