- Small footprint, high specification
- Includes a number of virtual instruments and software
- Compatible with Flowcode, Visual Basic, C++ and LabVie
- Includes leads and accessories
|Compact workstation with case EU||HP834EU|| £850.00 |
|Compact workstation with case UK||HP834UK|| £850.00 |
|Compact workstation with case USA||HP834USA|| £850.00 |
With a small benchtop footprint and a high specification the Electronic Workstation meets all your power and instrumentation needs for electronics education and prototyping in one self contained, easily portable unit. The Workstation includes a number of PC based virtual instruments: a two channel oscilloscope, spectrum analyser, signal generator, 8 channel logic analyser, digital signal generator, and serial communications analyser. Software for these virtual instruments is included with the unit. The Workstation also includes a power supply +12V(2A) / -12V(0.8A) / 5V(5A) and an 8 channel PC interface which is compatible with Flowcode, Visual Basic, C# and LabView. The connectors to the instruments and I/O are presented on the front panel and a number of connecting leads are shipped with the unit.
The Compact version of the workstation is housed in a plastic case with a folding backplane that can be angled at 45 degrees or left flat. The front panel of the Compact workstation has two analogue oscilloscope inputs, a signal generator output, 8 channel logic analyser / digital signal generator connectors, 8 channel PC interface connector, which supports use with LabView, Visual Basic, C etc. and power supply outputs. The angled top of the unit is fabricated from strong anodised black aluminium, with a grid of holes that make it suitable for use with E-blocks. The oscilloscope inputs and signal generator output are presented on standard 50ohm BNC connectors.
An advanced prototyping board, the 'Protostation', is available as an optional extra.
Three versions of the Workstation are available with UK, EU, and USA mains leads: HP834UK, HP834EU, and HP834USA.More informationSearch learning centre by "Workstation"