Even if waveforms are displayed at high speed and held in the oscilloscope’s acquisition
memory, it is hardly meaningful if it takes time for the user to find the desired phenomena.
Functions for searching and zooming acquired waveform data are key to increasing
engineering efficiency.

The DL9710 includes powerful functions for searching the memory for desired waveforms, and zoom functions for observing these
waveforms in detail. In addition to searching based on criteria such as signal edge, pulse, and multichannel state, you can search the history memory
by waveform patterns and waveform parameters. You can quickly find desired waveform data in memory, enlarge the area with the
zoom function, and scroll the data. These processes are carried out
by the hardware at high speeds, eliminating wasteful wait times
after operating the oscilloscope.

Dual-window Zoom function simultaneously
zooms in on two areas

Two individual zoom factors and positions can be set with
independent timescales and displayed simultaneously. Also, using
the auto scroll function, you can automatically scroll waveforms
captured in long memory and change the position of the zoom
areas. Choose any display position with forward, backward, fastforward,
pause, and other controls.

A variety of search functions:

DL9710L has a variety of waveform search functions, enabling you to detect
abnormal signals or find specific serial or parallel data patterns.
Data search types include:

  • State search (based on high/low states of one or more channels)
  • Serial pattern search (I2C/SPI/CAN/general-purpose pattern)
  • Zone search
  • Waveform window search

Waveform parameter search (measured parameters, FFT, etc.)

Search types:

Edge, Edge (Qualified), State, Pulse, Pulse (Qualified), Pulse,
State, Serial Pattern, I2C (optional), SPI (optional), CAN (Option)

History memory:

Max data:

2000 (2.5 kW), when using history
1600 (2.5 kW), when in N single mode

History search:

Searches for and displays waveforms from the history memory that
meet specified conditions.

Search types:

Rect, Wave, Polygon, Parameter (Measure/FFT/XY)


Selected acquisition (#) or Average (Avg.)
Cursor measurements: The following five cursors can be selected: Vertical, Horizontal, VT,
Marker, Serial

Auto scroll function:

Automatically scrolls the zoom window along the time axis

Search function:

Searches the currently displayed waveform for a specified portion
occurring beyond a specified time, and displays the zoomed result
on the screen.


Waveform Acquisition

Display Functions:

Acquisition modes:

Selectable from three acquisition modes – Normal, Average

Other acquisition functions:

High resolution mode, Repetitive sampling mode, Interpolate
function, Roll mode

Display Format:

The display can be split to the following ways for analog waveform.
Single (no split), Dual (two ways), Triad (three ways), Quad (four
Analog waveform area and logic waveform area are split to two
Bundle display of logic waveform area, State display

Analyzing Analog Waveforms —Includes a Variety of Analysis Functions—

Automatic Waveform Parameter

You can automatically measure waveform parameters,
including max., min., peak-peak, pulse width, period,
frequency, rise time, fall time, and duty ratio. You can also
calculate the statistics of waveform parameters, such as the
average, max., min., and standard deviation, over multiple
cycles within an acquisition or over multiple acquisitions.

Eye Pattern Analysis and Mask Testing

A mask test function comes standard that can be used as
an automatic parameter measurement function for eye
pattern analysis, or for evaluating signal quality of data
communication. Signal quality can be easily analyzed on
the oscilloscope.

Power Supply Analysis Function (with the /G4 Option)

Effective power supply analysis can be easily conducted
using the waveform computation function, statistical
competition function, and the automated parameter
measurement function. Harmonic analysis of power
supply current based on EN61000-3-2 is also supported.


Use USB 2.0 interface (standard), 100BaseTX /10BaseT (option), or GPIB (available using a National Instruments NI PCMCIA-GPIB card) to remotely control the DL9710L and to transfer waveform data from the scope. The industry standard USBTMC-USB488 with USB 2.0 interface offers data transfer rates that exceed typical GPIB data transfer rates.
For data storage, you can use a PC card drive (available in both front and rear panels) or USB interface. These interfaces support media such as CompactFlash, PC Card type II HDD, and USB memory

GPIB interface

(Two PC card interfaces are standard. However, a NI PCMCIA- GPIB card is required for communication. You can use the front or back panel PC Card interfaces for this purpose.)

PC Card/USB interfaces

Use popular, widely available, large capacity media such as CompactFlash or USB HDD to save and transfer waveform data captured with the DL9710L.

A USB mouse and/or keyboard can be used to facilitate operation of the unit. The front USB port can also be used to connect to a USB printer.

Web Services

Turn Your DL9710L into a Web Server

The DL9710L can function as an independent Web server. Connect to your DL750P directly using Internet Explorer, and access a variety of services.


Easily copy and paste files to and from a PC from the internal flash memory drive and other internal storage media. You don’t have to use a separate program to transfer the data.

Web Server and FTP Server

The DL9710L series have a variety of server functions that let you perform remote control or download waveform data and screen images onto a PC. You can also access the DL9710L through standard PC software like Internet Explorer and Windows Explorer.

Just as for RS232 and GB-IB, you can write your own custom programs in Visual C++ 6.0 or Visual Basic 6.0 to control the DL9710L through a USB interface.

PC communications are made easy with the Waveform Viewer and Wirepullersoftware programs.

DL9710L mixed signal input
Yokogawa Model DL9710LMixed Signal Scope with 32 Logic Inputs
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Yokogawa DL9710L Mixed Signal Oscilloscope
  • 4 Analog Input Channels
  • 32 Logic Input Channels
  • 1 GHz Bandwidth
  • 5 GS/s Mx. Sample Rate (2.5 GS/s/ch)
  • 6.25 MW(Points)/ch Memory
  • Incredible Triggering Capabilities
  • Powerful Waveform Analysis Including Serial Bus Analysis (I2C, SPI, CAN, LIN) – optional
  • Powerful Logic Waveform Display and Analysis
  • Simultaneous measurement and analysis with 4ch analog + 32-bit Analog: 1 GHz frequency bandwidth andsampling speed of up to 5 GS/s Logic: Maximum toggle frequency of 250 MHzMemory length: 6.25 MW/ch
  • High speed acquisition and quick response
  • Convenient display and analysis functions efficiently analyze
  • multichannel logic signals
  • History memory function raises efficiency of waveform observation and
  • Variety of trigger functions for reliable waveform capture
  • Powerful zoom and search functions
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Product Description:

The new DL9710L expands the capabilities of the Best Mid-Range Scope on the market today…the
DL9710L series. You get all the power of a standard DL9710L plus 32 Logic Inputs. The DL9710L
includes the following features:

  • Value Leader in the MSO Scope Category
  • All The Power Of The DL9710L series
  • Powerful Bus Display and State Analysis
    • Mandatory features to analyze multi channel logic signals
  • Unparalleled Search and Zoom Functions
  • D-to-A Calculation of Logic Signals
    • Fast Update Rate!: 60 frames/sec (1MW)
  • Max 25,000 waveforms/sec
  • Refresh rate does not change with Bus display mode
  • Up to 2,000 waveforms are captured in History Memory
  • DL Sales News

Due to an incredible increase in the use of 16 and 32-bit processors
including embedded applications, hardware and software engineers need to analyze analog signals plus up
to 32 bits of logic. 16 bits is no longer enough for a growing number of test applications.

  • High Speed Response Stress-Free, High-Speed Display and
    Updating of Megawords of Data from 4ch
    analog + 32-bit logic Input

Display of 36 signals worth of waveforms from 4 analog channels
and 32-bit logic signals can be updated at up to 25,000
waveforms per second. This update rate does not decrease for
bus display, allowing worry-free, real time display and analysis of
mixed analog/digital multichannel waveform data.

  • Maximum update rate in math mode:
  • 60 frames/sec (1 MW, when adding channels)
  • 12 frames/sec (5 MW, when adding channels)
  • Maximum update rate in parameter measurement mode:
  • 60 frames/sec(1 MW, when measuring a channel’s
    maximum value)
  • 16 frames/sec(5 MW, when measuring a channel’s
    maximum value)
  • 4ch Analog & 32-bit Logic Signal Analysis Ingenuity is required to efficiently analyze analog/digital mixed signals.
    The DL9710L offers convenient display and analysis functions, and
    assists with measurement and debugging of analog/digital mixed signals

State display and bus display functions are typically used with logic analyzers. The DL9710 supports
these basic multichannel logic signal display and analysis functions, and helps increase efficiency in the
coordinated analysis of analog and logic signals. Moreover, when performing these analysis and display
functions on the DL9710L, the screen display update rate is not

  • Waveform Acquisition (NumerousTriggers)With the DL9710L, you not only have access to the existing DL series of powerful trigger functions, but you can also set trigger conditions using a logic signal
    as the source.You can capture only the desired signals by combining various trigger conditions, making it a useful tool for reducing evaluation times and for troubleshooting.
Edge/state triggers Pulse width triggers Enhanced triggers Event interval triggers
• Edge• Edge(Qualified: conditional)• Edge OR

• State

• Logic Edge

• Logic Edge

(Qualified: Conditional)

• Logic State

• Pulse width• Pulse width (Qualified)• Pulse state(Triggered using the length of period during which the conditions are true)


• Logic Pulse width

• Logic Pulse state

(Triggered by the length of period during the conditions are true)


Serial pattern

(define patterns up to 128 bits long)

• Event cycle• Event delay• Event sequence
  • Waveform Display (Groups and Mapping)The DL9710L allows you to assign 32-bit logic signals to up to five groups.
    There is no limit to the number of bits allowed in each group. For example, you can assign all 32
    bits to a single group.Groups are assigned using a graphical interface for flexible and easy settings. For example,
    even in cases such as where a reconfigurable device’s pin assignments have been changed,
    you can make the corresponding adjustments simply by changing the mapping of the groups.
    Analysis such as bus display, state display, and DA conversion can be executed on a group-bygroup
Waveform Analysis
  • Waveform Analysis —Serial Bus Analysis (I2C, SPI, CAN*, LIN*)—The DL9710L can perform I2C, SPI and CAN bus analysis with the different available options (/F5, /F7 and /F8). Triggers for these bus types are standard
    features. These functions make it easy to discriminate between partial software failures and physical-layer waveform problems when troubleshooting systems
    by observing the physical-layer characteristics of signals. Also, I2C and SPI bus analysis of logic signals will be available soon, allowing you to simultaneously
    perform protocol analysis of the various buses using logic input channels, and signal analysis using 4 analog channels.

Serial data bus trigger functions

A variety of trigger conditions can be set, including triggers based on ID-Data
combinations and combinations of a serial bus trigger and a regular edge trigger.
Real-time bus analysis-up to 15 updates/sec
The DL9710L displays protocol analysis results while concurrently capturing bus

Simultaneous analysis of different buses

With the Dual-window Zoom function, the DL9710L can simultaneously analyze
and display the waveform of buses running at different speeds.
Decode Display (CAN and LIN Analysis)
CAN/LIN analysis results can be displayed not only in a list, but also in waveform
and decode displays.

DL9710L Wave analysis
  • Logic Waveform Analysis —DA Computation Function—DA conversion of logic signals can be performed on a group-by-group basis. This is a very useful
    function for evaluating AD/DA conversion circuits and their surrounding circuits. An even faster
    analysis can be realized by combining waveform
    analysis functions such as the histogram function.
    Even evaluations requiring computation programs
    on the PC can be executed easily and quickly
    using the powerful computation functions on the
    DL9710L main unit.
DL9710L DA coumputation Wave
Basic Specifications:
Basic Specifications
Input channels: 4 (CH1 to CH4)
Input coupling: AC, DC, GND, DC50 Ω
Input impedance: 1 MΩ±1.0% approx. 20 pF (when using PB500 probe,10 MΩ±2.0%, approx. 14 pF)50 Ω±1.5%
Voltage axis sensitivity: For 1 MΩ±input :2 mV/div to 5 V/div (steps of 1-2-5)For 50 Ω±input :2 mV/div to 500 mV/div (steps of 1-2-5)

For 1 MΩ±input :

150 Vrms CAT I (when Hz is under 1 kHz)

For 50 Ω±input :

5 Vrms or less and 10 Vpeak or less

Maximum input voltage: For 1 MΩ±input :± (1.5% of 8 div + offset voltage accuracy)For 50 Ω±input :± (1.5% of 8 div + offset voltage accuracy)

2 mV/div to 50 mV/div : ±(1% of setting + 0.2 mV)

100 mV/div to 500 mV/div: ± (1% of setting + 2 mV)

1 V/div to 5 V/div : ±(1% of setting + 20 mV)

DC accuracy: For 1 MΩ±input :± (1.5% of 8 div + offset voltage accuracy)For 50 Ω±input :± (1.5% of 8 div + offset voltage accuracy)
Offset voltage axis accuracy*1: 2 mV/div to 50 mV/div : ±(1% of setting + 0.2 mV)100 mV/div to 500 mV/div: ± (1% of setting + 2 mV)1 V/div to 5 V/div : ±(1% of setting + 20 mV)
(Attenuation point of –3 dB when inputting a sinewave of amplitude ±2 div or equivalent) For 50 Ω input

  • 0.5 V/div to 10 mV/div: DC to 1 GHz
  • 5 mV/div: DC to 750 MHz
  • 2 mV/div: DC to 600 MHz

For 1 MΩ input (from the probe tip when using the PB500 dedicated
passive probe)

  • 5 V/div to 10 mV/div: DC to 500 MHz
  • 5 mV/div to 2 mV/div: DC to 400 MHz
A/D conversion resolution: 8-bit (25 LSB/div)
Bandwidth limit: For each channel, select from FULL, 200 MHz,20 MHz, 8 4 MHz, 2 MHz, 1 MHz, 500 kHz, 250 kHz,125 kHz, 62.5 kHz, 32 kHz, 16 kHz, and 8 kHz(separately configurable on each of channels CH1 to CH4); Limit
implemented with analog (200 MHz, 20 MHz)
and digital filters (IIR+ FIR).
Max. sampling rate: Real time sampling mode:Interleave mode ON: 5 GS/sInterleave mode OFF: 2.5 GS/sRepetitive sampling mode: 2.5 TS/s
Maximum record length 6.25 MW
Time axis setting range: 500 ps/div to 50 s/div (steps of 1-2-5)
Time base accuracy: ±0.001%
Max. acquisition rate*3: When using 1.25 MW, 60 waveforms/sec/chWhen using 12.5 kW, 9000 waveforms/sec/chWhen using 2.5 kW, 25000 waveforms/sec/ch
Min. dead time (N single) 400 ns or less (equivalent to 2.5 M waveforms/sec)
Number of inputs: 32 bits (using four logic probes)
Logic probe Type 701980 or 701981 (8bits each)
Maximum toggle frequency: 250 MHz (701981), 100 MHz (701980)
Maximum input voltage: ±40V(DC + AC peak) or 28Vrms(When frequency is under 1 kHz)
Minimum input voltage: 500 mVp-p
Input voltage range: ±10 V (DC + AC peak, 701981),±40 V (DC + AC peak, 701980)
Logic Threshold level: ±10 V (0.1 V setting resolution, 701981)±40 V (0.1 V setting resolution, 701980)
Input impedance: approx. 10kΩ/approx. 9 pF (701981)approx. 1MΩ/approx. 10 pF (701980)
Max. sampling rate Interleave mode ON: 5 GS/sInterleave mode OFF: 2.5 GS/s
Maximum record length 6.25 MW
Display 8.4-inch (21.3cm) color TFT liquid crystal display
Total number of pixies: 1024 X 768 (XGA)
Waveform display resolution: 800 X 640
Capacity/file system: 40 GB FAT32
File name: Supports long file names of up to 256 ASCII characters
Connector: USB-type A connector 2
Supported transmission standards: USB 2.0 Low Speed, Full Speed
Supported devices: USB HID Class Ver1.1-compliant mouse/109 keyboardUSB Printer Class Ver.1.0-compliant printersUSB Mass Storage Class Ver.1.1-compliant mass storage deviceUSB hub device (1 unit only)
Number of slots: 2 (front panel (1), rear panel (1))
Supported cards: GPIB card (National Instruments NI PCMCIA-GPIB card),Flash ATA memory card (PC card TYPE II)CF card + adapter card,
and various hard disk type PC cards
Connector : USB-type B connector 1
Supported transmission standards: USB2.0 (High Speed) mode, FS (Full Speed) mode
Supported class: Operates as a multifunctional device simultaneously supporting the
following two protocols:USBTMC-USB488(USB Test and Measurement Class Ver.1.0)

Mass Storage Class Ver.1.1 (formatting is not supported).ETHERNET COMMUNICATIONS (/C10 and /C8 Options)Connector :RJ-45 connector 1Supported transmission standards:Ethernet (100BASE-TX/10BASE-T)Supported class:DHCP, DNS, Microsoft network file sharing server & client, FTP
server, SNTP client, SMTP client, Firewall functionsBasic SpecificationsRated supply voltage:100 to 120 V AC/200 to 240 V AC (automatically selected)Rated supply frequency:50/60 HzMaximum power consumption:300 VAExternal dimensions:350(W) x 200(H) x 285(D)mm (when printer cover is closed; excluding handle and protrusions)Weight:Approx. 7.7 kg (excluding printer (optional)Operating temperature range:5 to 40°C1. Measured value under standard operating conditions after a 30-minute warm-up followed by calibration.Standard operating conditions:

Ambient temperature: 23 ±5°CAmbient humidity: 55 ±10%RH

Error in supply voltage and frequency: Within 1% of rating

2. Value in the case of a repetitive signal The frequency bandwidth of a single-shot phenomenon is the smaller of the two values, DC to sampling
frequency/2.5 or the frequency bandwidth of the repetitive phenomenon.3. The parallel acquisition architecture of the DL9710L ensures no decrease in acquisition rate for multichannel
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