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DN2.20x 8ビット、~200MS/s、2~8チャネル

1/2/4: 20MS/s
2 / 4 / 8チャネル: 100MS/s
入力抵抗 1MΩ / 50Ω
チャネル毎に独立した8ビットADおよびアンプ
全チャネル同時サンプリング
7入力レンジ:±50mV~±5 V
入力オフセット: ±400%
トリガ:ウィンドウ、パルス幅、OR/AND
測定モード:Streaming、ABA、マルチレコード、ゲートレコード
PCとの接続:イーサネット

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digitizerNETBOX DN2.20x 8ビット、~200MS/s、2~8チャネル 1/2/4: 20MS/s 2 / 4 / 8チャネル: 100MS.s 入力抵抗 1MΩ / 50Ω チャネル毎に独立した8ビットADおよびアンプ 全チャネル同時サンプリング 7入力レンジ:±50mV~±5 V 入力オフセット:±400% トリガ:ウィンドウ、パルス幅、OR/AND 測定モード:Streaming、ABA、マルチレコード、ゲートレコード PCとの接続:イーサネット 製品名 分解能 入力チャネル サンプリングレート 帯域 DN2.203-02 8 2 200MS/s(1チャネル) 90MHz 100Ms/s(2チャネル) DN2.203-04 8 4 200MS/s(2チャネル) 90MHz 100Ms/s(4チャネル) DN2.203-08 8 8 200MS/s(4チャネル) 90MHz 100Ms/s(8チャネル)
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DN2.20x - 8 channel 8 bit digitizerNETBOX up to 200 MS/s • 1, 2 or 4 channels with 200 MS/s New digitizerNETBOX V2 • 2, 4 or 8 channels with 100 MS/s • Bumpers • Simultaneously sampling on all channels • Stackable • Separate ADC and amplifier per channel • Handle• GND Screw • 7 input ranges: ±50 mV up to ±5 V • 1 GSample/2 GSample standard acquisition memory • Programmable input offset of ±400% • Window, pulse width, re-arm, OR/AND trigger • Features: Streaming, ABA mode, Multiple Recording, Gated Sampling • Ethernet Remote Instrument • Direct Connection to PC/Laptop • LXI Core 2011 compatible • Connect anywhere in company LAN • GBit Ethernet Interface • Embedded Webserver for Maintenance/Updates • Sustained streaming mode up to 70 MB/s • Embedded Server option for open Linux platform Operating Systems SBench 6 Professional Included Drivers • Windows 7 (SP1), 8, 10 • Acquisition, Generation and Display of analog and • LabVIEW, MATLAB, LabWindows/CVI • Linux Kernel 2.6, 3.x, 4.x digital data • Visual C++, C++ Builder, GNU C++, • Windows/Linux 32 and 64 bit • Calculation, Documentation and Import, Export VB.NET, C#, J#, Delphi, Java, Python, IVI Model 1 channel 2 channels 4 channels 8 channels General Information DN2.203-02 200 MS/s 100 MS/s The digitizerNETBOX DN2.20x series allows recording of DN2.203-04 200 MS/s 200 MS/s 100 MS/s up to 8 channels with a synchronous sampling rate of 100 DN2.203-08 200 MS/s 200 MS/s 200 MS/s 100 MS/s MS/s or 4 channels with a synchronous sampling rate of 200 MS/s. These instruments combine outstanding A/D performance with a number of different hardware and software features to make them suitable for use with a very wide variety of real world signals. All selectable hardware settings (such as the input impedance) can be remotely controlled via an Ethernet connection. The digitizerNETBOX can be installed anywhere in the company LAN or directly to a host PC.SPECTRUM INSTRUMENTATION GMBH · AHRENSFELDER WEG 13-17 · 22927 GROSSHANSDORF · GERMANY 26.2.2019 PHONE: +49 (0)4102-6956-0 · FAX: +49 (0)4102-6956-66 · E-MAIL: info@spec.de · INTERNET: www.spectrum-instrumentation.com
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Software Support driver supports IVI Scope, IVI Digitizer and IVI FGen class with IVI- C and IVI-COM interfaces. Windows Support The digitizerNETBOX/generatorNETBOX can be accessed from Third-party Software Products Windows 7, Windows 8,Windows 10 (each 32 bit and 64 bit). Most popular third-party software products, such as LabVIEW, Programming examples for Visual C++, C++ Builder, LabWin- MATLAB or LabWindows/CVI are supported. All drivers come dows/CVI, Delphi, Visual Basic, VB.NET, C#, J#, Python, Java and with examples and detailed documentation. IVI are included. Embedded Webserver Linux Support The integrated webserver The digitizerNETBOX/generatorNETBOX can be access- follows the LXI standard ed from any Linux system. The Linux support includes SMP and gathers information systems, 32 bit and 64 bit systems, versatile program- on the product, set up of ming examples for Gnu C++, Python as well as drivers for the Ethernet configuration MATLAB for Linux. SBench 6, the powerful data acquisi- and current status. It also tion and analysis software from Spectrum is also included as a Linux allows the setting of a con- version. figuration password, ac- cess to documentation Discovery Protocol and updating of the com- plete instrument firmware, The Discovery function including the embedded helps you to find and remote server and the identify any Spectrum LXI webserver. instruments, like the digitizerNETBOX and generatorNETBOX, avail- Hardware features and options able to your computer on the network. The Discovery function will also locate any Spectrum card products that are managed by an LXI Instrument installed Spectrum Remote Server somewhere on the network. The digitizerNETBOX and generatorNETBOX are fully After running the discovery function the card information is cached LXI instrument compatible and can be directly accessed by SBench 6. Furthermore the quali- to LXI Core 2011 following fied VISA address is returned and can be used by any software to the LXI Device Specification access the remote instrument. 2011 rev. 1.4. The digitizerNETBOX/generatorNETBOX has been tested and approved by the LXI Consortium. SBench 6 Professional The digitizerNETBOX and Located on the front panel is the main on/off switch, LEDs showing generatorNETBOX can be used the LXI and Acquisition status and the LAN reset switch. with Spectrum’s powerful software SBench 6 – a Professional license digitizerNETBOX/generatorNETBOX chassis version V2 for the software is already in- The chassis version V2 got stalled in the box. SBench 6 sup- a complete re-design to al- ports all of the standard features of low some new features the instrument. It has a variety of that improve the handling display windows as well as analy- especially for mobile and sis, export and documentation shared usage: functions. • 8 bumper edges protect the chassis, the desk and other compo- • Available for Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, nents on it. The bumper edges allow to store the chassis either Windows 10 and Linux vertically or horizontally and the lock-in structure allows to stack • Easy to use interface with drag and drop, docking windows and multiple chassis with a secure fit onto each other. For 19“ rack context menus mount montage the bumpers can be unmounted and replaced • Display of analog and digital data, X-Y display, frequency by the 19“ rack mount option domain and spread signals • The handle allows to easily carry the chassis around in juts one • Designed to handle several GBytes of data hand. • Fast data preview functions • A standard GND screw on the back of the chassis allows to con- nect the metal chassis to measurement ground to reduce noise IVI Driver based on ground loops and ground level differences. The IVI standards define an open driver architecture, a set of instru- ment classes, and shared software components. Together these pro- Front Panel vide critical elements needed for instrument interchangeability. IVI's Standard BNC connectors are used defined Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) standardize for all analog input or output sig- common measurement functions reducing the time needed to learn nals and all trigger and clock sig- a new IVI instrument. nals. No special adapter cables are needed and the connection is The Spectrum products to be accessed with the IVI driver can be lo- secure even when used in a moving cally installed data acquisition cards, remotely installed data acqui- environment. sition cards or remote LXI instruments like digitizerNETBOX/generatorNETBOX. To maximize the compatibil- ity with existing IVI based software installations, the Spectrum IVI
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Custom front panels are available on request even for small series, External trigger I/O be it SMA, LEMO connectors or custom specific connectors. All instruments can be triggered using an external TTL signal. It’s possible to use positive or negative edge also in combination with Ethernet Connectivity a programmable pulse width. An internally recognised trigger The GBit Ethernet connection can be event can - when activated by software - be routed to the trigger used with standard COTS Ethernet connector to start external instruments. cabling. The integration into a stan- dard LAN allows to connect the Pulse width digitizerNETBOX/generatorNET- Defines the minimum or maximum width that a trigger pulse must BOX either directly to a desktop PC have to generate a trigger event. Pulse width can be combined with or Laptop or it is possible to place channel trigger, pattern trigger and external trigger. the instrument somewhere in the company LAN and access it from any desktop over the LAN. Multiple Recording The Multiple Recording DC Power Supply Option mode allows the recording of The digitizerNETBOX/generatorNET- several trigger events with an BOX can be equipped with an internal extremely short re-arming DC power supply which replaces the time. The hardware doesn’t standard AC power supply. Two dif- need to be restarted in be- ferent power supply options are avail- tween. The on-board memory is divided in several segments of the able that range from 9V to 36V. same size. Each of them is filled with data if a trigger event occurs. Contact the sales team if other DC lev- Pre- and posttrigger of the segments can be programmed. The num- els are required. ber of acquired segments is only limited by the used memory and is unlimited when using FIFO mode. Using the DC power supply the digitiz- erNETBOX/generatorNETBOX can be used for mobile applications Gated Sampling together with a Laptop in automotive or airborne applications. The Gated Sampling mode allows data recording con- Input Amplifier trolled by an external gate The analog inputs can be adapt- signal. Data is only record- ed to real world signals using a ed if the gate signal has a wide variety of settings that are programmed level. In addi- individual for each channel. By tion a pre-area before start using software commands the in- of the gate signal as well as a post area after end of the gate signal put termination can be changed can be acquired. The number of gate segments is only limited by between 50 Ohm and 1 MOhm, one can select a matching input the used memory and is unlimited when using FIFO mode. range and the signal offset can be compensated for. Timestamp Ring buffer mode The timestamp function The ring buffer mode is the writes the time positions of standard mode of all oscillo- the trigger events in an extra scope instruments. Digitized memory. The timestamps are data is continuously written relative to the start of record- into a ring memory until a ing, a defined zero time, ex- trigger event is detected. After the trigger, post-trigger samples are ternally synchronized to a radio clock, an IRIG-B a GPS receiver. recorded and pre-trigger samples can also be stored. The number Using the external synchronization gives a precise time relation for of pre-trigger samples available simply equals the total ring mem- acquisitions of systems on different locations. ory size minus the number of post trigger samples. External clock I/O FIFO mode Using a dedicated connector a sampling clock can be fed in from The FIFO mode is designed for continuous data transfer between re- an external system. It’s also possible to output the internally used mote instrument and PC memory or hard disk. The control of the sampling clock to synchronise external equipment to this clock. data stream is done automatically by the driver on interrupt request. The complete installed on-board memory is used for buffer data, ABA mode making the continuous streaming extremely reliable. The ABA mode com- bines slow continuous Channel trigger data recording with fast The data acquisition instruments offer a wide variety of trigger acquisition on trigger modes. Besides the standard signal checking for level and edge as events. The ABA mode known from oscilloscopes it’s also possible to define a window trig- works like a slow data ger. All trigger modes can be combined with the pulsewidth trigger. logger combined with a This makes it possible to trigger on signal errors like too long or too fast digitizer. The exact short pulses. In addition to this a re-arming mode (for accurate trig- position of the trigger events is stored as timestamps in an extra ger recognition on noisy signals) the AND/OR conjunction of dif- memory. ferent trigger events is possible. As a unique feature it is possible to use deactivated channels as trigger sources.
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Reference clock The option to use a precise external reference clock (typically 10 MHz) is necessary to synchronize the instrument for high-quality measurements with external equipment (like a signal source). It’s also possible to enhance the stability of the sampling clock in this way. The driver automatically generates the requested sampling clock from the fed in reference clock. Option Embedded Server The option turns the digitizerNETBOX/generatorNETBOX in a powerful PC that allows to run own pro- grams on a small and remote data acquisition system. The digitizerNETBOX/generatorNETBOX is en- hanced by more memory, a powerful CPU, a freely accessable internal SSD and a remote software development access method. The digitizerNETBOX/generatorNETBOX can either run connected to LAN or it can run totally indepen- dent, storing data to the internal SSD. The original digitizerNETBOX/generatorNETBOX remote instru- ment functionality is still 100% available. Running the embedded server option it is possible to pre-calculate results based on the acquired data, store acquisitions locally and to transfer just the required data or results parts in a client-server based software structure. A different example for the digitizerNETBOX/generatorNETBOX embedded server is surveillance/logger application which can run totally independent for days and send notification emails only over LAN or offloads stored data as soon as it’s connected again. Access to the embedded server is done through a standard text based Linux shell based on the ssh secure shell.
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Technical Data Analog Inputs Resolution 8 bit Input Range software programmable ±50 mV, ±100 mV, ±200 mV, ±500 mV, ±1 V, ±2 V, ±5 V Input Mode fixed bipolar, single-ended Input Offset software programmable ±400% of input range in steps of 1% ADC Differential non linearity (DNL) ADC only ±0.5 LSB ADC Integral non linearity (INL) ADC only ±0.5 LSB Offset error (full speed) after warm-up and calibration ≤ 0.1% of range Gain error (full speed) after warm-up and calibration ≤ 2% Crosstalk: 1 MHz Signal, 50 Ω termination all input ranges ≤ -62 dB on adjacent channels Analog input impedance software programmable 50 Ω or 1 MΩ || 25 pF Analog input coupling fixed DC Over voltage protection (active card) ranges ≤ ±500 mV ±5 V Over voltage protection (active card) ranges > ±500 mV ±50 V Input signal with 50 Ω termination max 5 V rms Channel selection software programmable 1, 2 or 4 (maximum is model dependent) Trigger Available trigger modes software programmable Channel Trigger, External, Software, Window, Pulse, Re-Arm, Or/And, Delay Trigger level resolution software programmable 8 bit Trigger edge software programmable Rising edge, falling edge or both edges Trigger pulse width software programmable 0 to [64k - 1] samples in steps of 1 sample Trigger delay software programmable 0 to [64k - 1] samples in steps of 1 sample Multi, Gate: re-arming time < 4 samples (+ programmed pretrigger) Pretrigger at Multi, ABA, Gate, FIFO software programmable 8 up to [16352 Samples / number of active channels] in steps of 8 Posttrigger software programmable 4 up to [8G - 4] samples in steps of 4 (defining pretrigger in standard scope mode) Memory depth software programmable 8 up to [installed memory / number of active channels] samples in steps of 4 Multiple Recording/ABA segment size software programmable 8 up to [installed memory / 2 / active channels] samples in steps of 4 Trigger output delay One positive edge after internal trigger event Internal/External trigger accuracy ≤ 100 MS/s 1 sample Internal/External trigger accuracy > 100 MS/s 2 samples External trigger type (input and output) 3.3V LVTTL compatible (5V tolerant with base card hardware version > V20) External trigger input Low ≤ 0.8 V, High ≥ 2.0 V, ≥ 8 ns in pulse stretch mode, ≥ 2 clock periods all other modes External trigger maximum voltage -0.5 V up to +5.7 V (internally clamped to 5.0V, 100 mA max. clamping current) Trigger impedance software programmable 50 Ohm / high impedance (> 4kOhm) External trigger output type 3.3 V LVTTL External trigger output levels Low ≤ 0.4 V, High ≥ 2.4 V, TTL compatible External trigger output drive strength Capable of driving 50 ohm load, maximum drive strength ±128 mA Clock Clock Modes software programmable internal PLL, internal quartz, external clock, external divided, external reference clock, sync Internal clock range (PLL mode) software programmable 1 kS/s to max using internal reference, 50kS/s to max using external reference clock Internal clock accuracy ≤ 20 ppm Internal clock setup granularity ≤1% of range (100M, 10M, 1M, 100k,...): Examples: range 1M to 10M: stepsize ≤ 100k External reference clock range software programmable ≥ 1.0 MHz and ≤ 125.0 MHz External clock impedance software programmable 50 Ohm / high impedance (> 4kOhm) External clock range see „Dynamic Parameters“ table below External clock delay to internal clock 5.4 ns External clock type/edge 3.3V LVTTL compatible, rising edge used External clock input Low level ≤ 0.8 V, High level ≥ 2.0 V, duty cycle: 45% - 55% External clock maximum voltage -0.5 V up to +3.8 V (internally clamped to 3.3V, 100 mA max. clamping current) (not 5V tolerant) External clock output type 3.3 V LVTTL External clock output levels Low ≤ 0.4 V, High ≥ 2.4 V, TTL compatible External clock output drive strength Capable of driving 50 ohm load, maximum drive strength ±128 mA Synchronization clock divider software programmable 2 up to [8k - 2] in steps of 2 ABA mode clock divider for slow clock software programmable 8 up to 524280 in steps of 8 Connectors Analog Inputs 9 mm BNC female (one for each single-ended input) Cable-Type: Cab-9m-xx-xx Analog Inputs 9 mm BNC female (two for each differential input) Cable-Type: Cab-9m-xx-xx Trigger A Input/Output programmable direction 9 mm BNC female Cable-Type: Cab-9m-xx-xx Trigger B Input 9 mm BNC female Cable-Type: Cab-9m-xx-xx Clock Input/Output programmable direction 9 mm BNC female Cable-Type: Cab-9m-xx-xx Timestamp Reference Clock Input 9 mm BNC female Cable-Type: Cab-9m-xx-xx
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Option digitizerNETBOX/generatorNETBOX embedded server (DN2.xxx-Emb, DN6.xxx-Emb) CPU Intel Quad Core 2 GHz System memory 4 GByte RAM System data storage Internal 128 GByte SSD Development access Remote Linux command shell (ssh), no graphical interface (GUI) available Accessible Hardware Full access to Spectrum instruments, LAN, front panel LEDs, RAM, SSD Integrated operating system OpenSuse 12.2 with kernel 4.4.7. Ethernet specific details LAN Connection Standard RJ45 LAN Speed Auto Sensing: GBit Ethernet, 100BASE-T, 10BASE-T Sustained Streaming speed DN2.20, DN2.46, DN2.47, DN2.49, DN2.60 up to 70 MByte/s DN6.46, DN6.49 DN2.59, DN2.22, DN2.44, DN2.66 up to 100 MByte/s DN6.59, DN6.22, DN6.44, DN6.66 Used LAN Ports Webserver: 80 mDNS Daemon: 5353 VISA Discovery Protocol: 111, 9757 UPNP Daemon: 1900 Spectrum Remote Server: 1026, 5025 Power connection details Mains AC power supply Input voltage: 100 to 240 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz AC power supply connector IEC 60320-1-C14 (PC standard coupler) Power supply cord power cord included for Schuko contact (CEE 7/7) Certification, Compliance, Warranty EMC Immunity Compliant with CE Mark EMC Emission Compliant with CE Mark Product warranty 5 years starting with the day of delivery Software and firmware updates Life-time, free of charge Environmental and Physical Details DN2.xxx Dimension of Chassis without connectors or bumpers L x W x H 366 mm x 267 mm x 87 mm Dimension of Chassis with 19“ rack mount option L x W x H 366 mm x 482.6 mm x 87 mm (2U height) Weight (1 internal acquisition/generation module) 6.3 kg, with rack mount kit: 6.8 kg Weight (2 internal acquisition/generation modules) 6.7 kg, with rack mount kit 7.2 kg Warm up time 20 minutes Operating temperature 0°C to 40°C Storage temperature -10°C to 70°C Humidity 10% to 90% Power Consumption 230 VAC 12 VDC 24 VDC 2 channel versions, standard memory 0.24 A 52 W TBD TBD TBD TBD 4 channel versions, standard memory 0.26 A 54 W TBD TBD TBD TBD 8 channel versions, standard memory 0.37 A 70 W TBD TBD TBD TBD 2 channel versions, 1 x 2 GSample memory 0.28 A 62 W TBD TBD TBD TBD 4 channel versions, 1 x 2 GSample memory 0.30 A 64 W TBD TBD TBD TBD 8 channel versions, 2 x 2 GSample memory 0.48 A 82 W TBD TBD TBD TBD MTBF MTBF 300000 hours
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Dynamic Parameters M2i.2020 M2i.2021 M2i.2030 M2i.2031 DN2.203-02 DN2.203-04 DN2.203-08 min internal clock 1kS/s 1kS/s 1kS/s 1kS/s max internal clock 50 MS/s 50 MS/s 200 MS/s 200 MS/s min external clock 1 MS/s 1 MS/s 1 MS/s 1 MS/s max external clock 50 MS/s 50 MS/s 100 MS/s 100 MS/s -3 dB bandwidth ±50 mV DC to 25 MHz DC to 25 MHz DC to 60 MHz DC to 60 MHz -3 dB bandwidth ±100 mV DC to 25 MHz DC to 25 MHz DC to 80 MHz DC to 80 MHz -3 dB bandwidth ≥ ±200 mV DC to 25 MHz DC to 25 MHz DC to 90 MHz DC to 90 MHz Zero noise level (≤ ±100 mV) ≤ 0,6 LSB ≤ 0,9 LSB ≤ 1,5 LSB ≤ 2.0 LSB Zero noise level (> ±100 mV) ≤ 0,6 LSB ≤ 0,7 LSB ≤ 1.3 LSB ≤ 1.5 LSB Test - sampling rate 50 MS/s 50 MS/s 100 MS/s 100 MS/s Test signal frequency 1 MHz 4 MHz 1 MHz 4 MHz 1 MHz 9 MHz 1 MHz 9 MHz SNR (typ) 47.5 dB 47.5 dB 46.8 dB 46.5 dB 45.3 dB 45.0 dB 45.0 dB 44.5 dB THD (typ) -56.0 dB -55.5 dB -56.0 dB -55.5 dB -51.5 dB -49.5 dB -49.5 dB -49.5 dB SFDR (typ), excl. harm. 61.3 dB 61.0 dB 60.3 dB 60.1 dB 59.0 dB 57.0 dB 59.0 dB 57.0 dB ENOB (based on SNR) 7.6 bit 7.6 bit 7.5 bit 7.4 bit 7.2 bit 7.2 bit 7.2 bit 7.2 bit ENOB (based on SINAD) 7.5 bit 7.5 bit 7.4 bit 7.3 bit 7.1 bit 7.0 bit 7.1 bit 7.0 bit Dynamic parameters are measured at ±1 V input range (if no other range is stated) and 50Ω termination with the samplerate specified in the table. Measured parameters are averaged 20 times to get typical values. Test signal is a pure sine wave generated by a signal generator and a matching bandpass filter. Amplitude is >99% of FSR. SNR and RMS noise parameters may differ depending on the quality of the used PC. SNR = Signal to Noise Ratio, THD = Total Harmonic Distortion, SFDR = Spurious Free Dynamic Range, SINAD = Signal Noise and Dis- tortion, ENOB = Effective Number of Bits.
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DN2.20x - 8 channel 8 bit digitizerNETBOX up to 200 MS/sBlock diagram of digitizerNETBOX DN2 • The number of maximum channels and internal digitizer modules and existance of a synchronization Star-Hub is model dependent. Block diagram of digitizerNETBOX module DN2.20x8 Insert document name here
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DN2.20x - 8 channel 8 bit digitizerNETBOX up to 200 MS/s Order Information The digitizerNETBOX is equipped with a large internal memory for data storage and supports standard acquisition (Scope), FIFO acquisition (streaming), Multiple Recording, Gated Sampling, ABA mode and Timestamps. Operating system drivers for Windows/Linux 32 bit and 64 bit, drivers and examples for C/C++, IVI (Scope and Digitizer class), LabVIEW (Windows), MATLAB (Windows and Linux), LabWin- dows/CVI, .NET, Delphi, Java, Python and a Professional license of the oscilloscope software SBench 6 are included. The system is delivered with a connection cable meeting your countries power connection. Additional power connections with other standards are available as option. digitizerNETBOX DN2 - Ethernet/LXI Interface Order no. A/D Bandwidth Single-Ended Differential Sampling Speed Installed Available Resolution Channels Channels Memory Memory Options DN2.203-02 8 Bit 90 MHz 2 channels - 200 MS/s (1 channel) 1 x 1GS 1 x 2GS 100 MS/s (2 channels) DN2.203-04 8 Bit 90 MHz 4 channels - 200 MS/s (2 channel) 1 x 1GS 1 x 2GS 100 MS/s (4 channels) DN2.203-08 8 Bit 90 MHz 8 channels - 200 MS/s (4 channel) 2 x 1GS 2 x 2GS 100 MS/s (8 channels) Options Order no. Option DN2.xxx-Rack 19“ rack mounting set for self mounting DN2.xxx-Emb Extension to Embedded Server: CPU, more memory, SSD. Access via remote Linux secure shell (ssh) DN2.xxx-1x2GS Memory extension to 1 x 2 GSample for 20x-02 and 20x-04 versions DN2.xxx-2x2GS Memory extension to 2 x 2 GSample for 20x-08 version DN2.xxx-DC12 12 VDC internal power supply. Replaces AC power supply. Accepts 9 V to 18 V DC input. Screw terminals. DN2.xxx-DC24 24 VDC internal power supply. Replaces AC power supply. Accepts 18 V to 36 V DC input. Screw terminals DN2.xxx-BTPWR Boot on Power On: the digitizerNETBOX/generatorNETBOX automatically boots if power is switched on. Calibration Order no. Option DN2.xxx-Recal Recalibration of complete digitizerNETBOX/generatorNETBOX DN2 including calibration protocol BNC Cables The standard adapter cables are based on RG174 cables and have a nominal attenuation of 0.3 dB/m at 100 MHz. for Connections Connection Length to SMA male to SMA female to BNC male to SMB female All BNC male 80 cm Cab-9m-3mA-80 Cab-9m-3fA-80 Cab-9m-9m-80 Cab-9m-3f-80 All BNC male 200 cm Cab-9m-3mA-200 Cab-9m-3fA-200 Cab-9m-9m-200 Cab-9m-3f-200 Technical changes and printing errors possible SBench, digitizerNETBOX and generatorNETBOX are registered trademarks of Spectrum Instrumentation GmbH. Microsoft, Visual C++, Windows, Windows 98, Windows NT, Window 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 are trademarks/registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. LabVIEW, DASYLab, Diadem and LabWindows/CVI are trademarks/registered trademarks of National Instruments Corporation. MATLAB is a trademark/registered trademark of The Mathworks, Inc. Delphi and C++Builder are trademarks/registered trademarks of Embarcadero Technologies, Inc. Keysight VEE, VEE Pro and VEE OneLab are trademarks/registered trademarks of Keysight Technologies, Inc. FlexPro is a registered trademark of Weisang GmbH & Co. KG. PCIe, PCI Express and PCI-X and PCI-SIG are trademarks of PCI-SIG. LXI is a registered trademark of the LXI Consortium. PICMG and CompactPCI are trademarks of the PCI Industrial Computation Manufacturers Group. Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Intel and Intel Xeon are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. AMD and Opteron are trademarks or registered trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices. NVIDIA, CUDA, GeForce, Quadro and Tesla are trademarks/registered trademarks of NVIDIA Corporation. (c) Spectrum GmbH 9