FNIRSI 1014D 100MHz Dual Channel Digital Storage Oscilloscope

FNIRSI 1014D 100MHz Dual Channel Digital Storage Oscilloscope


The FNIRSI 1014D is a high-performance, dual-channel digital storage oscilloscope designed for electronic testing and troubleshooting. With a bandwidth of 100MHz and a sampling rate of up to 1GSa/s, this oscilloscope provides accurate and reliable signal measurements. Its user-friendly interface, comprehensive feature set, and compact design make it suitable for both professional and educational use.

Key Features:

  • Bandwidth: 100MHz
  • Channels: 2 (dual channel)
  • Sampling Rate: 1GSa/s (single channel), 500MSa/s (dual channel)
  • Memory Depth: 240Kpts
  • Display: 7-inch color LCD (800×480 resolution)
  • Trigger Modes: Auto, Normal, Single
  • Waveform Acquisition Modes: Normal, Peak Detect, Average
  • Math Functions: Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide, FFT
  • Connectivity: USB host, USB device, LAN

Technical Specifications:

  • Vertical Resolution: 8 bits
  • Vertical Sensitivity: 2mV/div to 10V/div
  • Time Base Range: 5ns/div to 100s/div
  • Input Impedance: 1MΩ ±2% || 20pF ±3pF
  • Max Input Voltage: 300V (DC + AC Peak)
  • Coupling: DC, AC, GND
  • Probes: 2 x 100MHz passive probes
  • Power Supply: AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
  • Dimensions: 306mm x 147mm x 122mm
  • Weight: 1.5 kg
  • Interfaces: USB host, USB device, LAN, trigger out


  • Education: Ideal for teaching and learning electronics, signal processing, and oscilloscope usage.
  • Repair and Maintenance: Suitable for diagnosing and fixing electronic equipment.
  • Research and Development: Useful for developing and testing new electronic circuits and systems.
  • Hobbyists: Great for electronics enthusiasts working on DIY projects.
  • Industrial: Suitable for industrial electronics and control systems troubleshooting.

For detailed technical information, refer to the FNIRSI 1014D Datasheet.

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