Release Date:
Release ID: 2321

GAO Instruments Introduces USB PC-Based Oscilloscope

Toronto, ON – GAO Instruments has released a new GAO2090 USB PC Based Oscilloscope.

GAO2090 is an intelligent, 8-bit, two-channel PC based USB digital storage oscilloscope with high performance. It connects to any PC with an included USB cable for both data transfers and charging; therefore, no external power supply is needed. This useful device runs on any USB1.1 or USB2.0 equipped PC using Windows 98/2000/XP/Vista, has up to 100Ms/s real-time sampling rate and 50MHz bandwidth. It combines the functions of an oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, waveform recorder, signal generator, cymometer, voltmeter, acoustic analysis graphic instrument, mathematical related graphic instrument voltage meter and digital storage oscilloscope. These functions are easily controlled through a point-and-click PC software interface. GAO’s USB oscilloscope is a small, portable, handheld device that is ideal for field engineers or anyone looking for an easy-to-use, low-cost and powerful oscilloscope.


• USB2.0 interface, no external power source required, easy to use.

• Suitable for notebook computers, product line maintenance.

• Dimensions (mm):190(L) x100(W) x35(H), easily carried.

• High performances, 100MS/s real-time sampling, 40MHz Bandwidth.

• Operating System: Windows98,Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP , Windows VISTA

• 23 measurement functions PASS/FAIL Check, suitable for technical application.

• Waveform average, persistence, intensity, invert, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, X-Y plot.

• Saves waveform in the following formats: text file, jpg/bmp graphic file, MS excel/word file.


• One computer can connect to many DSO, extends channels easily.

• LabviewVBVCDelphiC++ Build Second Design instance.


print button Freight Press XML feed

Freight Forwarders

Freight Services

About Freightnet

Payment Options

Worldpay Payments Processing PayPal Logo

© The Adora Group Limited 2018 - Publishers of Freightnet