PITTSFORD, N.Y., March 22, 2010 – Saelig Co. Inc. has announced enhancements for its portable PDS5022S two-channel 25-MHz benchtop oscilloscope. Autoscale can be set to automatically adjust vertical gain or horizontal time base, or both, for circuit probing. As the probe is moved from point to point on a circuit board, the display adjusts for best trace presentation. Fast Fourier transform allows the operator to instantly see the frequency spectrum of the signal under test, and trigger hold enables introduction of a delay relative to the trigger point so that a different part of the signal can be seen. Features include video trigger, automatic measurements, an 8-in. full color 640 × 480-pixel LCD, X-Y mode, averaging, math functions, USB output and onboard waveform storage. The oscilloscope automatically measures and displays frequency and peak-to-peak/rms/mean values, and cursors can be moved to make individual readings. Built-in self-calibration improves measurement accuracy.