190 Series II – a new generation of ScopeMeter
200 MHz, 2-Channels plus external trigger
2.5 GS/sec on 2 channels simultaneously
Deep memory: 10,000 points per trace waveform capture (scope mode)
CAT III 1000 V/CAT IV 600 V safety rated for industrial environments
Up to seven hours of battery operation using BP291
Isolated USB host port for direct data storage to a USB memory device; USB device port for easy PC communication
Easy access battery door for quick battery swaps in the field
Compact and only 2.2 kg (4.8 lb)
Security slot: lock down oscilloscope with Kensington® lock while unattended
IP 51 rating, dust- and drip-proof
Connect-and-View™ triggering for intelligent, automatic triggering on fast, slow and even complex signals
Frequency Spectrum using FFT-analysis
Automatic capture and REPLAY of 100 screens
ScopeRecord™ Roll mode gives 30,000 points per input channel for low frequency signal analysis
TrendPlot™ paperless recorder mode with deep memory for long-term automatic measurements
5,000 count DMM function included
Replaces the 199C, 199CM, 196C and 192C models
The Fluke 190-202 ScopeMeter II: Built to withstand harsh environments with the highest safety ratings.
The FLUKE 190-202 ScopeMeter oscilloscope has two electrically isolated channels, and is safety rated for industrial applications. This scope combines rugged portability with the high performance of bench oscilloscopes to take you from troubleshooting microelectronics all the way into power electronic applications.
Its 200 MHz of bandwidth, 2.5 GS/sec sampling rate and deep memory of 10,000 samples per channel allows high-accuracy capture and display of waveform details, noise, and other disturbances.
Perform timing or amplitude related measurements on three phases or three-axis control systems or simply compare and contrast multiple test points in a circuit under test. Features like TrendPlot™, ScopeRecord™, and Connect-and-View™ help you quickly diagnose industrial machinery, automation and process controls, and power electronics to minimize repair costs and downtime. These features make the oscilloscopes easy to use especially when diagnosing the most difficult problems like complex waveforms, intermittent events and signal fluctuations or drift.