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PC Oscilloscopes & Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes

PicoScope 3000 mixed signal oscilloscopes

Power, portability and performance

PicoScope 3000 Series USB-powered PC oscilloscopes are small, light, and portable and can easily slip into a laptop bag while offering a range of high-performance specifications.

These oscilloscopes offer 2 or 4 analog channels and a built-in function / arbitrary waveform generator. MSO models add 16 digital channels. Key performance specifications:

  • 200 MHz analog bandwidth
  • 1 GS/s real-time sampling
  • 512 MS buffer memory
  • 100,000 waveforms per second
  • 16 channel logic analyzer (MSO models)
  • Arbitrary waveform generator
  • USB 3.0 connected and powered
  • Serial decoding and mask testing as standard
  • Windows, Linux and Mac software

Supported by the advanced PicoScope 6 software, these devices offer an ideal, cost-effective package for many applications, including embedded systems design, research, test, education, service, and repair.

deep memory oscilloscope showing zoom

High bandwidth and sampling rate

Despite a compact size and low cost, there is no compromise on performance with bandwidths up to 200 MHz.  This bandwidth is matched by a real-time sampling rate of up to 1 GS/s, allowing detailed display of high frequencies. For repetitive signals, the maximum effective sampling rate can be boosted to 10 GS/s by using Equivalent Time Sampling (ETS) mode.

Other oscilloscopes have high maximum sampling rates, but without deep memory they cannot sustain these rates on long timebases. The PicoScope 3000 Series offers memory depths up to 512 million samples, more than any other oscilloscope in this price range, which enables the PicoScope 3406D MSO to sample at 1 GS/s all the way down to 50 ms/ div (500 ms total capture time).

Managing all this data calls for some powerful tools. There’s a set of zoom buttons, plus an overview window that lets you zoom and reposition the display by simply dragging with the mouse or touchscreen. Zoom factors of several million are possible.  Other tools such as the waveform buffer, mask limit test, serial decode and hardware acceleration work with the deep memory making the PicoScope 3000 series some of the most powerful oscilloscopes on the market.

Mixed-signal capability / logic analyzer

The PicoScope 3000D Series Mixed-Signal Oscilloscopes 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 20 channels of data.  You can for example decode multiple SPI, I²C, CAN bus, LIN bus and FlexRay signals all at the same time!

Application note: Debugging an I²C Bus with a PicoScope Mixed–Signal Oscilloscope

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


CAN bus serial decoding

Serial bus decoding and protocol analysis

PicoScope can decode 1-WireARINC 429CAN & CAN-FDDCC, DMX512, Ethernet 10Base-T and 100Base-TX,  FlexRay, I²C, I²S, LIN, PS/2, MODBUSSENTSPIUART (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.

Graph format shows the decoded data (in hex, binary, decimal or ASCII) in a data bus timing format, beneath the waveform on a common time axis, with error frames marked in red. These frames can be zoomed to investigate noise or signal integrity issues.

Table format shows a list of the decoded frames, including the data and all flags and identifiers. You can set up filtering conditions to display only the frames you are interested in or search for frames with specified properties. The statistics option reveals more detail about the physical layer such as frame times and voltage levels. PicoScope can also import a spreadsheet to decode the data into user-defined text strings.

More information on Serial bus decoding and protocol analysis - overview >>

PicoScope arbitrary waveform generator

Arbitrary waveform and function generator

All PicoScope 3000D units have a built-in function generator (sine, square, triangle, DC level, white noise, PRBS etc.) on the front panel. PicoScope 3000D MSO models have the connector on the rear panel.

As well as basic controls to set level, offset and frequency, more advanced controls allow you to sweep over a range of frequencies. Combined with the spectrum peak hold option this makes a powerful tool for testing amplifier and filter responses.

Trigger tools 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.

A 14 bit 80 MS/s arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) is also included. AWG waveforms can be created or edited using the built-in AWG editor, imported from oscilloscope traces, or loaded from a spreadsheet.

More information on Arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) >>

Spectrum analyzer: Multiple spectrum views

FFT spectrum analyzer

The spectrum view plots amplitude against frequency and is ideal for finding noise, crosstalk or distortion in signals. The spectrum analyzer in PicoScope is of the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) type which, unlike a traditional swept spectrum analyzer, can display the spectrum of a single, non-repeating waveform.

A full range of settings gives you control over the number of spectrum bands (FFT bins), window types, scaling (including log/log) and display modes (instantaneous, average, or peak-hold).

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.

More information on Spectrum analyzer >>

oscilloscope front end shielding

Signal integrity

Most oscilloscopes are built down to a price. PicoScopes are built up to a specification.

Careful front-end design and shielding reduces noise, crosstalk and harmonic distortion. Years of oscilloscope design experience can be seen in improved bandwidth flatness and low distortion.

We are proud of the dynamic performance of our products, and unlike most oscilloscope manufacturers publish our specifications in detail. The result is simple: when you probe a circuit, you can trust in the waveform you see on the screen.

USB 3.0 PC oscilloscope

USB connectivity

The USB connection not only allows high-speed data acquisition and transfer, but also makes printing, copying, saving, and emailing your data from the field quick and easy. USB powering removes the need to carry around a bulky external power supply, making the kit even more portable for the engineer on the move.

PicoScope 3000 Series oscilloscopes feature a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 connection, making the already-optimized process of data transfer and waveform update rates even faster. Further benefits of a USB 3.0 connection include faster saving of waveforms and faster gap-free continuous streaming of up to 125 MS/s when using the SDK, while the scope is still backward-compatible with older USB systems.

200 MHz USB 3.0 oscilloscopes with 16 channel logic analyzer

Oscilloscope digital triggers

Advanced digital triggering

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 a new waveform every microsecond until the buffer is full.

The PicoScope 3000 series offers an industry-leading set of advanced triggers including pulse width, windowed and dropout.  In addition logic triggering allows you to trigger the scope when any or all of the 16 digital inputs match a user-defined pattern.

More information on Triggers, advanced >>

fast oscilloscope waveform update rate

Hardware acceleration ensures fast screen update rates even when collecting 10,000,000 samples per waveform

Hardware Acceleration Engine (HAL3)

Some oscilloscopes struggle when you enable deep memory; the screen update rate slows and controls become unresponsive. The PicoScope 3000 Series avoids this limitation with use of a dedicated hardware acceleration engine inside the oscilloscope. Its massively parallel design effectively creates the waveform image to be displayed on the PC screen and allows the continuous capture and display to the screen of over 440 million samples every second. PicoScope oscilloscopes manage deep memory better than competing oscilloscopes, both PC-based and benchtop.

The PicoScope 3000 series is fitted with third-generation hardware acceleration (HAL3). This speeds up areas of oscilloscope operation such as allowing waveform update rates in excess of 100 000 waveforms per second and the segmented memory/rapid trigger modes. The hardware acceleration engine ensures that any concerns about the USB connection or PC processor performance being a bottleneck are eliminated.

oscilloscope persistence mode

100,000 waveforms per second

Persistence mode rapidly superimposes multiple waveforms on the same view, with more frequent or newer waveforms drawn in brighter colors than older ones. This emulates the phosphor display of a conventional analog scope and is useful for displaying and interpreting complex analog signals such as video waveforms and analog modulation signals.

More information on color persistence modes >>

Hardware acceleration (HAL3) allows waveform update rates of up to 100,000 per second in Fast persistence mode – allowing you to collect thousands of waveforms per second in order to quickly spot glitches and observe jitter. 

More information on Fast mode >>

waveform buffer

Waveform buffer and navigator

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.

More information on Waveform buffer >>

Multi-cycle waveform measurements using PicoScope DeepMeasure tool.

DeepMeasure parameters


One waveform, millions of measurements.

Measurement of waveform pulses and cycles is key to verification of the performance of electrical and electronic devices.

DeepMeasure delivers automatic measurements of important waveform parameters on up to a million waveform cycles with each triggered acquisition. Results can be easily sorted, analyzed and correlated with the waveform display.

More information on DeepMeasure >>

Oscilloscope mask limit test

The waveform buffer navigator can quickly highlight waveforms that fail the mask limit test

Mask limit testing

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.

More information on Mask limit testing >>

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.  

High-end features as standard

Buying a PicoScope is not like making a purchase from other oscilloscope companies, where optional extras considerably increase the price. With our scopes, high-end features such as serial decoding, mask limit testing, advanced math channels, segmented memory, and a signal generator are all included in the price.

To protect your investment, both the PC software and firmware inside the scope can be updated. Pico Technology have a long history of providing new features for free through software downloads. We deliver on our promises of future enhancements year after year, unlike many other companies in the field. Users of our products reward us by becoming lifelong customers and frequently recommending us to their colleagues.

PicoScope 3000 Series oscilloscope specifications

Oscilloscope — vertical (analog inputs)

PicoScope Model









Input channels

2 channels, BNC single-ended

4 channels, BNC single-ended

(−3 dB)

50 MHz

70 MHz

100 MHz

200 MHz

50 MHz

70 MHz

100 MHz

200 MHz

Rise time (calculated)

7.0 ns

5.0 ns

3.5 ns

1.75 ns

7.0 ns

5.0 ns

3.5 ns

1.75 ns

Hardware bandwidth limiter

Switchable, 20 MHz

Vertical resolution

8 bits

Input ranges

±20 mV to ±20 V full scale in 10 ranges

Input sensitivity

4 mV/div to 4 V/div in 10 vertical divisions

Input coupling

AC / DC, programmable

Input characteristics

1 MΩ ±1%, in parallel with 14 pF ±1 pF

DC accuracy

±3% of full scale ±200 μV

Analog offset range
(vertical position adjust)

±250 mV (20 mV, 50 mV, 100 mV, 200 mV ranges)
±2.5 V (500 mV, 1 V, 2 V ranges)
±20 V (5 V, 10 V, 20 V ranges)

Offset adjust accuracy

±1% of offset setting, additional to DC accuracy

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

Channel-to-channel skew

2 ns, typical

Minimum input slew rate

10 V/µs

Input impedance

200 kΩ ±2% ∥ 8 pF ±2 pF

Input dynamic range

±20 V

Overvoltage protection

±50 V

Digital threshold range

±5 V

Threshold grouping

Two independent threshold controls: D0...D7 and D8...D15

Threshold selection

TTL, CMOS, ECL, PECL, user-defined

Threshold accuracy

< ±350 mV (inclusive of hysteresis)


< ±250 mV

Minimum input voltage swing

500 mV pk-pk


Oscilloscope — horizontal

PicoScope Model









Maximum sampling rate (real-time)

1 GS/s (1 analog channel)
500 MS/s (up to 2 analog channels or digital ports*)
250 MS/s (up to 4 analog channels or digital ports*)
125 MS/s (all other combinations)

Maximum effective sampling rate (repetitive signals)**

2.5 GS/s

5 GS/s

10 GS/s

2.5 GS/s

5 GS/s

10 GS/s

Maximum sampling rate
(continuous streaming mode)

17 MS/s in PicoScope software
125 MS/s when using the supplied SDK (PC-dependent)

Maximum capture rate

100,000 waveforms/second (PC-dependent)

Timebase ranges

1 ns/div to 5000 s/div

500 ps/div to 5000 s/div

1 ns/div to 5000 s/div

500 ps/div to 5000 s/div

Buffer memory

64 MS

128 MS

256 MS

512 MS

64 MS

128 MS

256 MS

512 MS

Buffer memory (streaming)

100 MS in PicoScope software.
Up to available PC memory when using supplied SDK.

Maximum buffer segments

10 000 in PicoScope software

130 000 using SDK

250 000 using SDK

500 000 using SDK

1 000 000 using SDK

130 000 using SDK

250 000 using SDK

500 000 using SDK

1 000 000 using SDK

Timebase accuracy

±50 ppm

±2 ppm

±50 ppm

±2 ppm

Timebase drift per year

±5 ppm

±1 ppm

±5 ppm

±1 ppm

Sample jitter

3 ps RMS typical

ADC sampling

Simultaneous on all enabled channels

* A digital port consists of 8 digital channels, D0–7 or D8–15
** ETS mode on channel A only

Dynamic performance (typical)

PicoScope Model

3203D & MSO

3204D & MSO

3205D & MSO

3206D & MSO

3403D & MSO

3404D & MSO

3405D & MSO

3406D & MSO


Better than 400:1 up to full bandwidth (equal voltage ranges)

Harmonic distortion

< −50 dB at 100 kHz full scale input


52 dB typical at 100 kHz full scale input
(except ±20 mV range: 44 dB)


110 µV RMS

160 µV RMS

110 µV RMS

160 µV RMS

(typical, on ±20 mV range)

Bandwidth flatness

+0.3 dB, −3 dB from DC to full bandwidth, typical

Triggering – general


Analog channels, EXT trigger (not MSOs), digital channels (MSOs only)

Trigger modes

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

Maximum pre–trigger capture

Up to 100% of capture size


Maximum post–trigger delay

Up to 4 billion samples (selectable in 1 sample steps)


Trigger rearm time

< 0.7 µs at 1 GS/s sampling rate


Maximum trigger rate

Up to 10,000 waveforms in a 6 ms burst at 1 GS/s sampling rate, typical



Triggering – analog channels

Advanced triggers

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


Trigger types (ETS mode)

Rising edge, falling edge (Ch A only)


Trigger sensitivity

Digital triggering provides 1 LSB accuracy up to full bandwidth of scope


Trigger sensitivity (ETS mode)

10 mV p-p typical (at full bandwidth)


Triggering – EXT trigger input, not MSO models

Connector type

Front panel BNC

Advanced triggers

Edge, pulse width, dropout, interval, logic

Input characteristics

1 MΩ || 14 pF


50 MHz

70 MHz

100 MHz

200 MHz

50 MHz

70 MHz

100 MHz

200 MHz

Threshold range

±5 V



Overvoltage protection

±100 V (DC + AC peak)


Triggering – digital channels, MSO models only


D0 to D15

Trigger types

Pattern, edge, combined pattern and edge, pulse width, dropout, interval, logic

Function generator

Standard output signals

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


Standard signal frequency

DC to 1 MHz


Sweep modes

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



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


Output frequency accuracy

As oscilloscope


Output frequency resolution

< 0.01 Hz


Output voltage range

±2 V


Output voltage adjustment

Signal amplitude and offset adjustable in approximate 1 mV steps within overall ±2 V range


Amplitude flatness

< 0.5 dB to 1 MHz typical


DC accuracy

±1% of full scale



> 60 dB 10 kHz full scale sine wave


Output impedance

600 Ω


Connector type

Front panel BNC (non-MSO models)
Rear panel BNC (MSO models)


Overvoltage protection

±20 V



Arbitrary waveform generator

Update rate

20 MS/s


Buffer size

32 kS



12 bits (output step size approximately 1 mV)



> 1 MHz


Rise time (10% to 90%)

< 120 ns


Other AWG specifications as function generator

Probe compensation output


600 Ω


1 kHz


2 V pk-pk, typical

Spectrum analyzer

Frequency range

DC to maximum bandwidth of scope

Display modes

Magnitude, peak hold, average

X axis

Linear or log 10

Y axis

Logarithmic (dbV, dBu, dBm, arbitrary) or linear (volts)

Windowing functions

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

Number of FFT points

Selectable from 128 to 1 million in powers of 2


Math channels

General functions

−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, derivative, integral, delay

Filter functions

Low pass, high pass, band stop, band pass

Graphing functions

Frequency, duty cycle

Multi-waveform functions

Min, max, average, peak


All analog and digital input channels, reference waveforms, time, constants, pi

Automatic measurements (analog channels only)

Oscilloscope mode

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

Spectrum mode

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


Minimum, maximum, average, standard deviation


Serial decoding


1-Wire, ARINC 429, CAN, DCC, DMX512, Ethernet (10BaseT, 100BaseTX), FlexRay, I²C, I²S, LIN, PS/2, SENT, SPI, UART/RS-232, USB 1.0

Mask limit testing


Pass/fail, failure count, total count




Linear or sin(x)/x

Persistence modes

Digital color, analog intensity, fast, custom


Output file formats


Output functions

Copy to clipboard, print



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

Physical specifications


190 mm x 170 mm x 40 mm (including connectors)


< 0.5 kg

Temperature range

Operating: 0 °C to 40 °C (15 °C to 30 °C for stated accuracy).
Storage: –20 °C to 60 °C

Humidity range

Operating: 5% RH to 80% RH non-condensing.
Storage: 5% RH to 95% RH non-condensing

Altitude range

Up to 2000 m

Pollution degree




Package contents

PicoScope 3000D Series oscilloscope
2 or 4 switchable 10:1/1:1 oscilloscope probes
Quick Start Guide
USB 3.0 cable
AC power adaptor (4-channel models only)
TA136 digital cable (MSOs only)
2 × TA139 pack of 10 logic test clips (MSOs only)

PC connectivity

USB 3.0 SuperSpeed (USB 2.0 compatible)

Power requirements

Powered from a single USB 3.0 port or two USB 2.0 ports.
4-channel models: AC adaptor included for use with USB ports that supply less than 1200 mA

Safety approvals

Designed to EN 61010-1:2010

EMC approvals

Tested to EN 61326-1:2006 and FCC Part 15 Subpart B

Environmental approvals

RoHS and WEEE compliant


5 years

Order code / Model number

PicoScope 3203D

50 MHz 2-channel oscilloscope

PicoScope 3203D MSO

50 MHz 2-channel mixed-signal oscilloscope

PicoScope 3204D

70 MHz 2-channel oscilloscope

PicoScope 3204D MSO

70 MHz 2-channel mixed-signal oscilloscope

PicoScope 3205D

100 MHz 2-channel oscilloscope

PicoScope 3205D MSO

100 MHz 2-channel mixed-signal oscilloscope

PicoScope 3206D

200 MHz 2-channel oscilloscope

PicoScope 3206D MSO

200 MHz 2-channel mixed-signal oscilloscope

PicoScope 3403D

50 MHz 4-channel oscilloscope

PicoScope 3403D MSO

50 MHz 4-channel mixed-signal oscilloscope

PicoScope 3404D

70 MHz 4-channel oscilloscope

PicoScope 3404D MSO

70 MHz 4-channel mixed-signal oscilloscope

PicoScope 3405D

100 MHz 4-channel oscilloscope

PicoScope 3405D MSO

100 MHz 4-channel mixed-signal oscilloscope

PicoScope 3406D

200 MHz 4-channel oscilloscope

PicoScope 3406D MSO

200 MHz 4-channel mixed-signal oscilloscope



Passive oscilloscope probe: 100 MHz bandwidth 1:1/10:1 switchable, BNC
Passive oscilloscope probe: 200 MHz bandwidth 1:1/10:1 switchable, BNC
Replacement spring probe tips, 5 pack
Replacement rigid probe tips, 5 pack
Logic test clips, pack of 10
20-way digital input cable for MSOs
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
70 MHz 7000 V differential oscilloscope probe 100:1/1000:1
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
Three-axis accelerometer and oscilloscope interface
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
Small crocodile clip, red
Small crocodile clip, black
Large dolphin clip, 1000 V CAT III, red
Large dolphin clip, 1000 V CAT III, black
Sprung hook probe 1000 V CAT III, red
Sprung hook probe 1000 V CAT III, black
Multimeter probe, 1000 V CAT II, red
Multimeter probe, 1000 V CAT II, black
USB 3.0 cable, 1.8 m
Hard carry case – medium
USB 2.0 Y-cable, 1.8 m
5 V AC power adaptor
Calibration certificate for PicoScope oscilloscopes: 2000, 3000, 4000 (excl. 4824 and 4444)

PicoScope 3000 Series oscilloscope data sheets and documents

Resource Language Version Size Updated
Data Sheets:
PicoScope 3000D Series Data Sheet English 16 3 MB January 03 2017
User's Guides:
PicoScope 3000D Series User’s Guide English 2 2 MB December 04 2015
PicoScope 6 User’s Guide English 48 10 MB February 12 2018
Programmer's Guides:
PicoScope 3000 Series (A API) MATLAB Instrument Driver Guide English 2 175 KB May 20 2014
PicoScope 3000 Series (A API) Programmer’s Guide English 14 1 MB September 21 2016
Triggering a PicoScope signal generator using the PicoScope API functions English 1 54 KB April 01 2015
Quick Start Guides:
PicoScope USB Oscilloscope Quick Start Guide English 19 1 MB March 13 2018
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 3000D EU Declaration of Conformity English 1 1 MB March 17 2017
PicoScope 3000D MSO EU Declaration of Conformity English 1 465 KB March 27 2017