Phoenix Scope allows technicians to quickly diagnose issues with automotive electronics and wiring. It captures circuit signals swiftly and displays signal waveforms at a slower speed for simultaneous observation and analysis. Furthermore, it can record tested signal waveforms and replay them for further observation and fault analysis.
23 TYPES OF AUTOMATIC MEASUREMENTS
Displayed in one screen and clear at a glance, this feature supports one-tap selection and clearing, eliminating the tediousness of flipping pages and searching, making automatic measurements useful and convenient.
Powerful Trigger Function: This feature supports edge, pulse width, and other triggers. Simple and intuitive setup with quick trigger source switching makes the most difficult parts of using the scope extremely easy.
HIGH MEMORY DEPTH
With a memory depth of up to 50M combined with zoom technology, the Phoenix Scope allows both global and detail to be fully displayed. The upper area can be browsed globally, and the lower area can be searched for details making debugging more than twice as fast.
SPECIAL FAST STORAGE FUNCTION
Compared with ordinary scopes which require 3 to 5 steps, the Phoenix Scope can save waveforms with just one tap, reducing save time by more than 70%.
CONVENIENT CURSOR OPERATION
You can open horizontal and vertical cursors separately with one tap. Each cursor can be dragged independently. Cursor tracking is achieved directly through a simple highlight tap, increasing overall efficiency by more than 80%.
SOFT KEYBOARD INPUT
When inputting names and characters, ordinary scopes can only use the knob to select characters one by one. The Phoenix Scope supports soft keyboard input, which improves efficiency by more than 90%.
CUSTOMIZABLE AND LOADABLE SYSTEM SETTINGS
Various preferred system settings are available and can be saved as configuration files. This allows you to load configuration files directly to view them according to your preferences without having to set them repeatedly.
WAVEFORM RECORDING AND PLAYBACK
The waveform can be recorded and saved in a specified format, which can be directly recalled later and displayed as the reference waveform of the corresponding channel.
SUPPORTS MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS ON WAVEFORMS
This feature supports addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division calculations of two-channel waveforms in addition to Fast Fourier Transform.
SUPPORTS A VARIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE TESTS
This feature supports circuit tests, sensor tests, actuator tests, ignition tests, communication tests, combination tests, etc. Various parameters and specific connection methods are preset for each kind of test.