With most oscilloscopes, just connecting to the signal of interest can be very frustrating when one of the connection points has to be grounded.
True differential measurements in high resolution
The PicoScope 4444's four inputs allow you to make true differential measurements.
The maximum input range at full scale is ±50 V (±1000 V CAT III using the PicoConnect 442 probe), and the maximum common-mode range is also ±50 V (also ±1000 V with the PicoConnect 442 probe).
You can set the scope to measure at resolutions of 12 or 14 bits, far better than the 8-bit resolution typical of many oscilloscopes.
The deep capture memory (up to 256 million samples shared by the active channels) is another advantage, allowing you to carry out long captures without lowering the sampling rate.
Connect directly to current-sensing resistors and differential signals, or across non-grounded components in a signalpath.
At the heart of every PicoScope 4444 is an advanced oscilloscope that offers everything you would expect and much more including:
What´s in the box?:
High-resolution differential oscilloscope with three PicoConnect 442 1000V CATIII 25:1 passive differential voltage probes, one TA271 single-ended D9-BNC adaptor and a hard carry case.
Saving and printing are easy: PicoScope users can take copying waveforms into reports for granted.
On the bench, a PicoScope saves valuable space and can be placed right by the unit under test.
Laptop users benefit even more: with no power supply required you can now carry an oscilloscope with you all the time in your laptop bag. Perfect for the engineer on the move.
With our scopes, high-end features such as serial decoding, mask limit testing, advanced math channels and segmented memory are all included in the price.
To protect your investment, both the PC software and firmware inside the scope can be updated.
Pico has a 26-year history of providing new features for free through software downloads.