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USB oscilloscopes & mixed signal oscilloscopes

  • 2 channel, 4 channel and MSO models
  • 6 instruments in one
  • Ultra-compact design
  • Up to 100 MHz bandwidth
  • Up to 128 MS buffer memory
  • Decode 16 serial protocols as standard
  • USB connected and powered
  • Windows, Linux and Mac software

PicoScope 2000 Series 4-channel oscilloscope

Your complete test & measurement laboratory

You can use your PicoScope 2000 Series as an advanced oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, function generator, arbitrary waveform generator and protocol decoder out of the box. Mixed signal models also add a 16 channel logic analyzer. A complete electronics lab in one compact, low-cost, USB-powered unit.

The PicoScope 2000A models deliver unbeatable value for money and are ideal for education, hobby and field service use. In the lab the low cost allows one scope per person rather than having to share.

The PicoScope 2000B models have the added benefits of deep memory (up to 128 MS), higher bandwidth (up to 100 MHz) and faster waveform update rates. PicoScope 2000B models give you the performance to carry out advanced analysis of your waveforms. They are ideal for design, debug and serial decoding.

The Configure Your Scope panel on the left gives a quick guide to the models, specifications and prices.

High end oscilloscope

Oscilloscope display showing zoom, rulers and measurements

High-end oscilloscope

At the heart of every PicoScope 2000 is an advanced oscilloscope which offers everything you would expect and much more besides:

  • 10,000 waveform circular buffer
  • Up to 80,000 waveforms per second update rate
  • Mask limit testing
  • Advanced math & filtering
  • Measurements with statistics
  • Advanced digital triggering 
  • Resolution enhancement to 12 bits

mixed signal pc oscilloscope (MSO)

Logic analyzer / mixed signal ability

The PicoScope 2000 Series includes mixed signal models that include 16 digital inputs so that you can view digital and analog signals simultaneously.

The digital inputs can be displayed individually or in named groups with binary, decimal or hexadecimal values shown in a bus-style display. A separate logic threshold from –5 V to +5 V can be defined for each 8-bit input port. The digital trigger can be activated by any bit pattern combined with an optional transition on any input. Advanced logic triggers can be set on either the analog or digital input channels, or both to enable complex mixed-signal triggering.

The digital inputs bring extra power to the serial decoding options.  You can decode serial data on all analog and digital channels simultaneously, giving you up to 18 channels of data.  You can for example decode multiple SPI, I²C, CAN bus, LIN bus and FlexRay signals all at the same time!

Mixed Signal Oscilloscope / Logic Analyzer (roll over red circles for description)

Serial bus decoding and protocol analysis

PicoScope can decodev 1-Wire, ARINC 429, CAN, DCC, DMX512, Ethernet,  FlexRay, I²C, I²S, LIN, PS/2, SENT, SPI, UART (RS-232 / RS-422 / RS-485), and USB 1.1 protocol data as standard, with more protocols in development and available in the future with free-of-charge software upgrades.

Multiple protocols can be captured and decoded, the only limit being the number of available channels (18 for MSO models). The ability to observe data flow across a bridge (such as CAN bus in, LIN bus out) is incredibly powerful.

The deep memory buffers make the PicoScope 2000B models ideal for serial decoding as it is possible to capture and decode many thousands of frames of data.

FFT spectrum analyzer

Increasing the number of points in a FFT to 1 million increases frequency resolution and reduces the noise floor.

FFT spectrum analyzer

The spectrum view plots amplitude against frequency, revealing details that would otherwise be hidden in an oscilloscope view. It is ideal for finding noise, crosstalk or distortion in signals.

You can display multiple spectrum views alongside oscilloscope views of the same data. A comprehensive set of automatic frequency-domain measurements can be added to the display, including THD, THD+N, SNR, SINAD and IMD. A mask limit test can be applied to a spectrum and you can even use the AWG and spectrum mode together to perform swept scalar network analysis.

With PicoScope 2000B models FFTs of up to 1 million points can be computed in milliseconds giving superb frequency resolution. Increasing the number of points in a FFT also lowers the noise floor revealing otherwise hidden signals.

PicoScope Arbitary Waveform Generator (AWG) editor

Arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) and function generator

All PicoScope 2000 Series oscilloscopes have a built-in function generator and arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) which output signals on a front panel BNC.

The function generator can produce sine, square, triangle and DC level waveforms, and many more besides, while the AWG allows you to import custom waveforms from data files or create and modify them using the built-in graphical AWG editor.

As well as level, offset and frequency controls, advanced options allow you to sweep over a range of frequencies. Combined with the advanced spectrum mode, with options including peak hold, averaging and linear/log axes, this creates a powerful tool for testing amplifier and filter responses.

PicoScope 2000B models have trigger options that allow one or more cycles of a waveform to be output when various conditions are met, such as the scope triggering or a mask limit test failing.

Frequency response analyzer / Bode plot

Frequency response analyzer / Bode plot

Download new features or write your own

The software development kit (SDK) allows you to write your own software and includes drivers for Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac (OS X) and Linux (including Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone).

Example code shows how to interface to third-party software packages such as Microsoft Excel, National Instruments LabVIEW and MathWorks MATLAB. 

There is also an active community of PicoScope users who share code and applications on the Pico forum and PicoApps section of the web site. The Frequency Response Analyzer shown opposite is one of the most popular 3rd party applications.


Mask limit testing allows you to compare live signals against known good signals, and is designed for production and debugging environments. Simply capture a known good signal, draw a mask around it, and then attach the system under test. PicoScope will check for mask violations and perform pass/fail testing, capture intermittent glitches, and can show a failure count and other statistics in the Measurements window.

oscilloscope maths channels and filters


On many oscilloscopes waveform math just means simple calculations such as A + B. With a PicoScope it means much, much more.

With PicoScope 6 you can select simple functions such as addition and inversion, or open the equation editor to create complex functions involving filters (lowpass, highpass, bandpass and bandstop filters), trigonometry, exponentials, logarithms, statistics, integrals and derivatives.

Waveform math also allows you to plot live signals alongside historic peak, averaged or filtered waveforms. 

You can also use math channels to reveal new details in complex signals.  An example would be to graph the changing duty cycle or frequency of your signal over time.

waveform buffer


Ever spotted a glitch on a waveform, but by the time you’ve stopped the scope it has gone? With PicoScope you no longer need to worry about missing glitches or other transient events. PicoScope can store the last ten thousand oscilloscope or spectrum waveforms in its circular waveform buffer.

The buffer navigator provides an efficient way of navigating and searching through waveforms, effectively letting you turn back time.  Tools such as mask limit testing can also be used to scan through each waveform in the buffer looking for mask violations.


PicoScope can be programmed to take an action when certain conditions are met


PicoScope can be programmed to execute actions when certain events occur.

The events that can trigger an alarm include mask limit fails, trigger events and buffers full.

The actions that PicoScope can execute include saving a file, playing a sound, executing a program or triggering the signal generator / AWG.

Alarms, coupled with mask limit testing, help create a powerful and time saving waveform monitoring tool. Capture a known good signal, auto generate a mask around it and then use the alarms to automatically save any waveform (complete with a time/date stamp) that does not meet specification.  

oscilloscope persistence mode


Oscilloscopes with high waveform capture rates provide better visual insight into signal behavior and dramatically increase the probability that the oscilloscope will quickly capture transient anomalies such as jitter, runt pulses and glitches – that you may not even know exist.

The PicoScope 2000A models can capture up to 2000 waveforms per second, whilst the 2000B models use hardware acceleration to boost this to 80,000 waveforms per second. In both cases these are the fastest waveform update rates available at this price point.

CAN bus decoding on a deep memory oscilloscope

Deep memory oscilloscopes are ideal for serial decoding


PicoScope 2000B model oscilloscopes have waveform buffer sizes up to 128 million samples – many times larger than competing scopes of either PC-based or traditional benchtop design.

Deep memory produces several benefits: fast sampling at long timebases, timebase, zoom, and memory segmentation to let you capture a sequence of events. Deep memory oscilloscopes are also ideal for serial decoding applications as they allow the capture of many thousands of frames of data.

Most other scopes with large buffers slow down when using deep memory, so you have to manually adjust the buffer size to suit each application. You don’t have to worry about this with PicoScope deep-memory scopes as hardware acceleration ensures you can always use deep memory while displaying at full speed.

The lower cost / bandwidth PicoScope 2000A models have smaller internal memories but when sampling at rates of less than 1 MS/s use USB streaming and PC memory to provide a 100 million sample buffer.


digital triggers menu


The majority of digital oscilloscopes still use an analog trigger architecture based on comparators. This causes time and amplitude errors that cannot always be calibrated out and often limits the trigger sensitivity at high bandwidths.

In 1991 Pico pioneered the use of fully digital triggering using the actual digitized data. This technique reduces trigger errors and allows our oscilloscopes to trigger on the smallest signals, even at the full bandwidth. Trigger levels and hysteresis can be set with high precision and resolution.

The reduced rearm delay provided by digital triggering, together with segmented memory, allows the capture of events that happen in rapid sequence.  On many of our products, rapid triggering can capture a new waveform every microsecond until the buffer is full.

Waveform measurements, showing statistics.


Making measurements in PicoScope is easy. A large number of measurements are possible thanks to the automated measurement system. Using theMeasurements menu you can select what measurements you want PicoScope to make, and PicoScope will then automatically display a table of their values.



With PicoScope you can display stored waveforms alongside live traces. You can apply all the same functions to the reference waveforms as you can to live waveforms, such as automatic and manual measurements, scaling and offset, and exporting to a file. Reference waveforms are especially useful for production testing and diagnostics, where they allow you to compare waveforms from the equipment under test with known good waveforms.

You can also shift the timebase of a reference waveform relative to live waveform data: click the color-coded axis control button at the bottom of the y axis for the reference waveform and adjust the box marked ‘Delay’.


Resolution enhancement is a technique for increasing the effective vertical resolution of the scope at the expense of high-frequency detail.  It is useful for resolving small signal details and for reducing unwanted noise. Unlike waveform averaging it can be used on single-shot signals.


The custom probes feature allows you to correct for gain, attenuation, offsets and nonlinearities in probes, sensors or transducers that you connect to the oscilloscope. This could be used to scale the output of a current probe so that it correctly displays amperes. A more advanced use would be to scale the output of a nonlinear temperature sensor using the table lookup function.

Definitions for standard Pico-supplied oscilloscope probes and current clamps are included. User-created probes may be saved for later use.



Your PicoScope is provided with many powerful tools to help you acquire and analyze waveforms.  While these tools can be used on their own, the real power of PicoScope lies in the way they have been designed to work together.

As an example, the rapid trigger mode allows you to collect 10,000 waveforms in a few milliseconds with minimal dead time between them.  Manually searching through these waveforms would be time-consuming, so just pick a waveform you are happy with and let the mask tools scan through for you.  When done, the measurements will tell you how many have failed and the buffer navigator allows you to hide the good waveforms and just display the problem ones. This video shows you how.

Perhaps instead you want to plot changing duty cycle as a graph?  How about outputting a waveform from the AWG and also automatically saving the waveform to disk when a trigger condition is met?  With the power of PicoScope the possibilities are almost endless.

PicoScope 2000 Specifications

Model PicoScope
Bandwidth 10 MHz 25 MHz 50 MHz 70 MHz 100 MHz
2 channel 2204A 2205A   2206B   2207B 2208B
4 channel     2405A   2406B 2407B 2408B
2 channel MSO     2205A MSO   2206B MSO 2207B MSO

2208B MSO


Oscilloscope — vertical (analog inputs)
Bandwidth 10 MHz 25 MHz 50 MHz 70 MHz 100 MHz
Rise time (calculated) 35 ns 14 ns 7 ns 5 ns 3.5 ns
Vertical resolution 8 bits
Enhanced vertical resolution Up to 12 bits
Input ranges ±50 mV, ±100 mV, ±200 mV, ±500 mV, ±1 V, ±2 V, ±5 V, ±10 V, ±20 V ±20 mV, ±50 mV, ±100 mV, ±200 mV, ±500 mV, ±1 V, ±2 V, ±5 V, ±10 V, ±20 V
Input sensitivity
(10 vertical divisions)
10 mV/div to 4 V/div 4 mV/div to 4 V/div
Input coupling AC / DC
Input connector BNC(f)
Input characteristics 1 MΩ ± 1% ∥ 15 pF ± 2 pF 1 MΩ ± 1% ∥ 16 pF ± 1 pF
Analog offset range
(vertical position adjustment)
None ±250 mV (20 mV to 200 mV ranges)
±2.5 V (500 mV to 2 V ranges)
±25 V (5 V to 20 V ranges)
Analog offset control accuracy N/A ±1% of offset setting, additional to basic DC accuracy
DC accuracy ±3% of full scale ±200 μV
Overvoltage protection ±100 V (DC + AC peak)


Oscilloscope — vertical (digital inputs, MSOs only)
Input channels 16 channels (2 ports of 8 channels each)
Input connectors 2.54 mm pitch, 10 x 2 way connector
Maximum input frequency 100 MHz (200 Mb/s)
Minimum detectable pulse width 5 ns
Input impedance 200 kΩ ±2% ∥ 8 pF ±2 pF
Input dynamic range ±20 V
Digital threshold range ±5 V
Overvoltage protection ±50 V
Threshold grouping Two independent threshold controls: Port 0: D0 to D7, Port 1: D8 to D15
Threshold selection TTL, CMOS, ECL, PECL, user-defined
Port threshold accuracy ±350 mV (inclusive of hysteresis)
Hysteresis < ±250 mV
Minimum input voltage swing 500 mV pk-pk
Channel-to-channel skew 2 ns typical
Minimum input slew rate 10 V/µs



Maximum sampling rate (real-time)*

100 MS/s

200 MS/s

500 MS/s

1 GS/s

Equivalent sampling rate (ETS mode)

2 GS/s

4 GS/s

5 GS/s

10 GS/s

Maximum sampling rate (USB streaming)

1 MS/s

1 MS/s

9.6 MS/s

Shortest timebase

10 ns/div

5 ns/div

2 ns/div

1 ns/div

Longest timebase

5000 s/div (approx 14 hours per waveform in chart recorder view)

Buffer memory (block mode)*

8 kS

16 kS

48 kS

32 MS

64 MS

128 MS

Buffer memory (USB streaming mode)

100 MS (shared between active channels)

Waveform buffers

10 000

Maximum waveforms per second


80 000

Initial timebase accuracy

±100 ppm

±50 ppm

Timebase drift

±5 ppm / year

Sample jitter

30 ps RMS typical

20 ps RMS typical

3 ps RMS typical

ADC sampling


* Maximum sampling rate and buffer memory are shared between active channels. On MSO models each group of 8 inputs counts as a channel.  Maximum sampling rate on MSO digital channels is 500 MS/s.

Dynamic performance (typical)

Crosstalk (full bandwidth, equal ranges)

Better than 200:1

Better than 300:1

Harmonic distortion

< –50 dB at 100 kHz, full-scale input, typical

SFDR (100 kHz, full-scale input, typical)

> 52 dB

±20 mV range: > 44 dB
±50 mV range and higher: > 52 dB


< 150 μV RMS
(±50 mV range)

< 220 μV RMS
(±20 mV range)

< 300 μV RMS
(±20 mV range)

Bandwidth flatness

(+0.3 dB, –3 dB) from DC to full bandwidth



Ch A, Ch B, Ch C, Ch D. Any MSO digital channel

Trigger modes

None, auto, repeat, single

None, auto, repeat, single, rapid (segmented memory)

Advanced triggers

Edge, window, pulse width, window pulse
width, dropout, window dropout, interval,

Edge, window, pulse width, window pulse width, dropout,
window dropout, interval, runt pulse, logic

Trigger types, ETS

Rising or falling edge

Rising or falling edge (available on Ch A only)

Trigger sensitivity, real-time

Digital triggering provides 1 LSB accuracy up to full bandwidth

Trigger sensitivity, ETS

10 mV p-p, typical, at full bandwidth

Maximum pre-trigger capture

100% of capture size

Maximum post-trigger delay

4 billion samples

Trigger rearm time in rapid trigger mode


< 2 μs on fastest

< 1 μs on fastest timebase

Max. waveforms in rapid trigger mode



10 000

Function generator

Standard output signals

Sine, square, triangle, DC voltage, ramp, sinc, Gaussian, half-sine

Pseudorandom output signals


White noise, PRBS

Standard signal frequency

DC to 100 kHz

DC to 1 MHz

Sweep modes

Up, down, dual with selectable start/stop frequencies and increments



Free-run or up to 1 billion waveform cycles or frequency sweeps.
Triggered from scope trigger or manually.

Output frequency accuracy

Oscilloscope timebase accuracy ± output frequency resolution

Output frequency resolution

< 0.02 Hz

< 0.01 Hz

Output voltage range

±2 V

Output adjustments

Any amplitude and offset within ±2 V range

Amplitude flatness (typical)

< 1 dB to 100 kHz

< 0.5 dB to 1 MHz

DC accuracy

±1% of full scale

SFDR (typical)

> 55 dB at 1 kHz full-scale sine wave

> 60 dB at 10 kHz full-scale sine wave

Output characteristics

Front panel BNC, 600 Ω output impedance

Overvoltage protection

±20 V

Arbitrary waveform generator

Update rate

1.548 MHz

20 MHz

Buffer size

4 kS

8 kS

32 kS


12 bits


> 100 kHz

> 1 MHz

Rise time (10% to 90%)

< 2 μs

< 120 ns

Spectrum analyser

Frequency range

DC to analog bandwidth of oscilloscope

Display modes

Magnitude, average, peak hold

Windowing functions

Rectangular, Gaussian, triangular, Blackman, Blackman-Harris, Hamming, Hann, flat-top

Number of FFT points

Selectable from 128 to half available buffer memory in powers of 2, up to a maximum of 1 048 576 points

Math channels and Software filters


−x, x+y, x−y, x*y, x/y, x^y, sqrt, exp, ln, log, abs, norm, sign, sin, cos, tan, arcsin, arccos, arctan, sinh, cosh, tanh, freq, derivative, integral, min, max, average, peak, delay, duty

Software filters

Highpass, lowpass, bandpass, bandstop


A, B (input channels), C, D (input channels, 4-channel models only), T (time), reference waveforms, constants, pi, digital channels (MSO models only)

Automatic measurements

Scope mode

AC RMS, true RMS, frequency, cycle time, duty cycle, DC average, falling rate, rising rate, low pulse width, high pulse width, fall time, rise time, minimum, maximum, peak to peak

Spectrum mode

Frequency at peak, amplitude at peak, THD dB, SNR, SINAD, SFDR,
total power, average amplitude at peak, THD %, THD+N, IMD


Minimum, maximum, average and standard deviation

Serial decoding


1-Wire, ARINC 429, CAN, DCC, DMX512, FlexRay, Ethernet 10Base-T, USB 1.1, I²C, I²S, LIN, PS/2, SPI, SENT, UART/RS-232 (subject to bandwidth and sampling rate of chosen oscilloscope model)


Mask limit testing

Mask generation

Numeric (automatic) or Graphical (manual)


Pass/fail, failure count, total count

Available actions on mask fail

Beep, play sound, stop capture, save waveform, trigger signal generator / AWG, run executable



Linear or sin(x)/x

Persistence modes

Digital color, analog intensity, custom, fast or none


SDK / API details and specifications for customers writing their own software

Supplied drivers

32 and 64-bit drivers for Windows 7, 8 and 10
Linux drivers
macOS drivers

Example code


Maximum USB streaming sampling rate*

1 MS/s

5 MS/s

31 MS/s

Buffer memory in USB streaming mode*

Limited only by PC

Segmented memory buffers*



128 000

256 000

512 000

* These specifications apply when using the drivers / writing your own software. Refer to Horizontal section above when using PicoScope software


Windows software

PicoScope for Windows
PicoSDK Software development kit (SDK)
Windows 7, 8 or 10 recommended (read more)

macOS software

PicoScope for macOS (beta: feature list)
Software development kit (SDK)
OS versions: see release notes

Linux software

PicoScope for Linux (beta: feature list)
Software development kit (SDK)
See Linux Software & Drivers for details of supported distributions


Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish


Package contents

PicoScope 2000 Series oscilloscope
2 or 4 switchable 10:1/1:1 oscilloscope probes (except for PicoScope 2204A / 2205A when purchased without probes)
TA136 digital cable (MSOs only)
2 × TA139 pack of 10 logic test clips (MSOs only)
USB cable
Quick start guide

PC connectivity

USB 2.0 (USB 3.0/3.1 compatible).

Power requirements

Powered from USB port

(including connectors and feet)

142 x 92 x 18.8 mm

130 x 104 x 18.8 mm


< 0.2 kg (7 oz)

Temperature range, operating

0 °C to 50 °C

Temperature range, operating, for
stated accuracy

15 °C to 30 °C

Temperature range, storage

–20 °C to +60 °C

Humidity range, operating

5% to 80% RH non-condensing

Humidity range, storage

5% to 95% RH non-condensing

Altitude range

up to 2000 m

Pollution degree


Safety approvals

Designed to EN 61010-1:2010

Environmental approvals


EMC approvals

Tested to meet EN61326-1:2013 and FCC Part 15 Subpart B

Languages supported

Simplified Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish


5 years


Our ergonomically designed passive oscilloscope probes are suitable for use with all major brands of oscilloscopes as well as the  PicoScope range of USB Oscilloscopes. Passive probes don't require a power supply or batteries so are lightweight and easily portable.

 Model  Bandwidth  (MHz)  Channels Probes Included   Memory  Sample Rate
PIC-2204A 10 2 Yes 8kS 100MS/s
PIC-2205A 25 2 Yes 16KS 200MS/S
PIC-2206B 50 2 No 32MS 500MS/s
PIC-2207B 70 2 No 64MS 1GS/s
PIC-2208B 100 2 No  128MS 1gs/S
PIC-2405A 24 4 No  48KS  500MS/s 
PIC-2406B 50 No 32MS  1GS/s 
PIC-2407B 70 No 64MS  1GS/s 
PIC-2408B 100 No 128MS  1GS/s 
PIC2205A MSO 25 2+MSO No 48kS 500MS/S
PIC2206B MSO 50 2+MSO No 32MS 1GS/s
PIC-2207B MSO 70  2+MSO  No  64MS  1GS/s 
PIC-2208B MSO 100  2+MSO  No  128MS  1GS/s 



Passive oscilloscope probe: 100 MHz bandwidth 1:1/10:1 switchable, BNC
Replacement spring probe tips, 5 pack
Replacement rigid probe tips, 5 pack
20-way digital input cable for MSOs
Logic test clips, pack of 10
25 MHz 700 V differential oscilloscope probe 10:1/100:1
25 MHz 1400 V differential oscilloscope probe 20:1/200:1
50 MHz 70 V differential oscilloscope probe 10:1
100 MHz 700 V differential oscilloscope probe 10:1/100:1
100 MHz 1400 V differential oscilloscope probe 100:1/1000:1
200 MHz 20 V differential oscilloscope probe 10:1
30 A AC/DC precision current probe, BNC connector
60 A AC/DC current probe, BNC connector
200 A / 2000 A AC/DC current probe, BNC connector
600 A AC/DC current probe, BNC connector
Terminator: feed-through, 1 GHz 50 Ω 1 W BNC (m-f)
Attenuator set: 3-6-10-20 dB, 1 GHz 50 Ω 1 W BNC (m-f)
BNC plug to 4 mm (banana) plug cable, 1.2 m
BNC to BNC cable, 1.1 m
BNC plug to BNC plug cable, insulated, 5 m
BNC plug to crocodile clips cable, 1.35 m
BNC plug to 4 mm adaptor
Large dolphin clip, 1000 V CAT III, black
Large dolphin clip, 1000 V CAT III, red
Multimeter probe, 1000 V CAT II, black
Multimeter probe, 1000 V CAT II, red
Small crocodile clip, black
Small crocodile clip, red
Sprung hook probe 1000 V CAT III, black
Sprung hook probe 1000 V CAT III, red

For more information please contact us.

PicoScope 2000 Manuals - For the latest documentation please visit Picotech

Resource Language Version Size Updated
Data Sheets:
PicoScope 2000 Series Data Sheet English 4 918 KB January 03 2017
User's Guides:
PicoScope 6 User’s Guide English 48 10 MB February 12 2018
Programmer's Guides:
PicoScope 2000 Series Programmer’s Guide English 11 1 MB June 29 2016
PicoScope 2000 Series (A API) Programmer’s Guide English 10 3 MB September 19 2017
Triggering a PicoScope signal generator using the PicoScope API functions English 1 54 KB April 01 2015
Quick Start Guides:
PicoScope 2000 Series Oscilloscope Quick Start Guide English
中文 (简体)
9 2 MB February 19 2018
Press Releases:
PicoScope 2000A/B Series Press Release English 1 454 KB May 03 2016
Training Guides:
PicoScope 6 Frequently Asked Questions English 3 949 KB August 18 2016
PicoScope 6 Oscilloscope Software Training Manual English 3 8 MB October 01 2014
Beginner’s Guide to PicoScope English 1 2 MB August 26 2014
PicoScope 2205A MSO to 2408B EU Declaration of Conformity English 1 885 KB April 14 2016
PicoScope 2206A to 2208A EU Declaration of Conformity English 1 254 KB October 24 2013
PicoScope 2204A and 2205A EU Declaration of Conformity English 1 232 KB September 06 2016