Siglent SDS6054A, SDS6104A, SDS6204A Mixed-Signal Oscilloscopes up to 2GHz

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Benefits of the Siglent SDS6000A 500 MHz/1 GHz/2 GHz High-end Oscilloscopes

  • Large, high-resolution 12.1"/30.74 cm multi-touch screen.
  • Fast, advanced processor for optimal performance.
  • High-quality input section for precise measurement results.

Siglent SDS6000A Mixed-Signal Oscilloscope Series up to 2 GHz

Models Siglent SDS6054A, SDS6104A, SDS6204A

With the SDS6000A series, Siglent enters a new level of their oscilloscope technology. Immediately eye-catching is the large, high-resolution touchscreen display that makes everyday work really fun and reveals fine details. The 4-channel instruments offer bandwidths up to 500 MHz, 1 GHz, or 2 GHz. High-quality technical data is ensured by a fast, modern processor system and channels with individual A/D converters for sample rates per channel up to 5 G/s are possible (in ESR mode up to 10 GS/s). A high-quality input section forms the basis for precise measurements in research, development and debugging. The devices already offer many important additional functions as standard, but can be further expanded with options such as MSO/logic analysis, eye diagram and jitter analysis, Bode plot, etc.

  • High-end oscilloscope for research, development, debugging.
  • With large, high-resolution 12.1"/30.74 cm multi-touch screen.
  • 4 analog inputs with bandwidths up to 500 MHz, 1 GHz, or 2 GHz.
  • 5 GS/s sample rate per channel - no halving/reduction of sample rate for two/more channels!
  • Up to 500 Mpts/ch memory depth.
  • Segmented memory; dead time only 1.3 µs.
  • 170,000 wfm/s acquisition rate and record/playback of up to 80,000 frames of waveform frames.
  • 4 math traces.
  • 8 Mpts hardware accelerated FFT.
  • Sophisticated trigger functions.
  • Mask test, optional eye diagram, jitter analysis.
  • Bode plot/frequency response with optional signal generator.
  • Serial bus decoding (2 buses simultaneously) I2C, SPI, UART, CAN, LIN, optional CAN FD, FlexRay, I2S, MIL-STD-1553B, SENT, Manchester.
  • Built-in DVM and 7-digit counter and totalizer.
  • HDMI output.
  • USB host & decive (2.0 and 3.0), LAN/Ethernet web remote control and micro SD card slot as standard.

Model Overview

Channels4 (BNC);
EXT trigger (BNC);
16 additional digital/logic channels with MSO option (used as source for serial trigger, serial decode, math, and measurement functions)
Bandwidth500 MHz1 GHz2 GHz
Sample rate5 GS/s each channel (10 GS/s with ESR/enhanced sample rate)
Memory depth500 Mpts/ch (single channel), 250 Mpts/ch (dual-channel), 125 Mpts/ch (3 or 4 channels); segmented memory; dead time only 1.3 µs
Waveform capture rate170,000 wfm/s (normal mode), 750,000 wfm/s (sequence mode)
Vertical resolution8 bit
Analog inputsChannel-to-channel isolation 70 dB up to 200 MHz, 60 dB up to 500 MHz, 50 dB up to 1 GHz, 40 dB up to 2 GHz;
DC gain accuracy ±1.5%;
SFDR (spurious free dynamic range) ≥45 dBc
More functions4 math traces; formula editor; up to 12 parameter statistics; histogram, trend and track; 8 Mpts hardware accelerated FFT; auto peakt detection;
trigger: Edge, slope, pulse width, window, runt, interval, dropout, pattern, video, qualified, nth edge, setup/hold, delay, serial; trigger zones; trigger-based search conditions; one-key navigate;
always in background history function (up to 80,000 frames of waveforms record and playback);
mask test with build-in mask editor (up to 18,000 pass/fail decisions per second);
Bode plot with optional signal generator (use additional waveform generator (recommended) such as Siglent SDG2000X, or use software + hardware option SDS6000Pro-FG and SAG1021I);
serial bus decode (2 buses can be decoded simultaneously) standard I2C, SPI, UART, CAN, LIN, optional CAN FD, FlexRay, I2S, MIL-STD-1553B, SENT, Manchester;
optional power analysis SDS6000A-PA;
built-in DVM (DC mean and RMS, AC RMS, peak-peak, amplitude; bar, histogram, trend plot) and built-in 7-digits counter and totalizer
Option: Eye diagram, jitter analysis option
MSO function(Software option) maximum sample rate up to 1 GS/s; record length up to 50 Mpts; logic probes available as optional accessories
Display12.1"/30.74 cm capacitive touch screen with multi-gesture control (1280x800), backlight intensity adjustable; adjustable channel trace colours; HDMI output
InterfacesUSB Host & Decive: 2x USB 3.0 Host, 2x USB 2.0 Host, USB 2.0 Device; LAN/Ethernet remote web control; Micro-SD card
Dimensions (mm)379 x 288 x 159; approx. 5.5 to 7.1 kg

Included: Siglent SDS 6054A, 6104A, or 6204A, power cord, USB cable, 1x passive probe (SP3050A), quick start guide, certificate of calibration, wireless mouse.

Siglent SDS6000A Options and Accessories

ModelDescriptionOption type
SDS6000Pro-FG25 MHz USB function generator/arbitrary waveform generator software, eg. for Bode plot (only required, if SAG1021I is used; if additional benchtop waveform generator such as the Siglent ▸SDG2000X is used, this software option is not required)Software/licence
SAG1021I25 MHz isolated USB function generator/arbitrary waveform generator module, 125 MS/s, 16 kpts arb. wave length, insulated voltage, ±42VpkHardware
SDS6000Pro-16LAMSO function software, 16-channel, 500 MS/s, 14 Mpts, logic probes not includedSoftware/licence
SPL2016Logic probes for 16 channelsHardware
SDS6000Pro-PAPower analysis: Power quality, current harmonics, inrush current, switching loss, slew rate, modulation, output ripple, turn on/off, transient response, PSRR, efficiencySoftware/licence
DF2001ADeskew fixture for voltage and current probesHardware
SDS6000Pro-EJEye diagramm/jitter analysis (for SDS6204A only)Software/licence
SDS6000Pro-I2SI2S trigger and decodeSoftware/licence
SDS6000Pro-1553BMIL-STD-1553B trigger and decodeSoftware/licence
SDS6000Pro-FlexRayFlexRay trigger and decodeSoftware/licence
SDS6000Pro-CANFDCAN FD trigger and decodeSoftware/licence
SDS6000Pro-SENTSENT trigger and decodeSoftware/licence
SDS6000Pro-ManchManchester decodeSoftware/licence
SDS6000-4BW10Bandwidth upgrade 500 MHz to 1 GHzSoftware/licence
SDS6000-4BW20Bandwidth upgrade 1 GHz to 2 GHzSoftware/licence
SAP1000Active probe, >1 GHz; 1.2 pF/1 MΩ probe attenuation factor 1/10Hardware
SAP2500Active probe, >2.5 GHz; 1.1 pF/1 MΩ probe attenuation factor 1/10Hardware
SAP2500DActive differential probe, >2.5 GHz; 1.0 pF/200 kΩ (differential)/100 kΩ (single-ended)/50 kΩ (common mode); probe attenuation factor 1/10Hardware
HPB4010High voltage probeHardware
High voltage differential probesHardware
Current probesHardware
STB3Demo signal sourceHardware
SDS6000-RMKRack mount kit for Siglent SDS6000A series oscilloscopesHardware
BAG-S2Bag for Siglent SDS6000A series oscilloscopesHardware


Frequently Asked Questions:

Question: Why do I need an additional signal generator for the Bode Plot function and which one?

Answer: The Bode plot is a graphical representation of the transmission behavior of a system or its frequency response (named after Hendrik Wade Bode). In order to record the frequency response of a device under test, two devices are required: a signal source (here: signal generator) and a suitable measuring device (here: oscilloscope SDS6000A). The signal generator applies a test signal to the DUT that sweeps through the frequency range of interest. The oscilloscope measures the test signal at the input of the DUT and the output signal of the DUT, determines the frequency response from this and displays it graphically. The Siglent SDS6000A is a high-end oscilloscope that supports the display of Bode diagrams. The required test signal can be generated with an additional benchtop signal generator (for example, Siglent ▸SDG2000X). This is the recommended procedure. Alternatively, it is possible to use the isolated signal generator module SAG1021I. It is connected to the oscilloscope via USB. To control the module from the oscilloscope, the SDS6000Pro-FG option for the SDS6000A oscilloscope is also required.

Question: Partly similar technical data - when do I choose the Siglent SDS6000A and when the ▸SDS5000X?

Answer: The Siglent SDS6000A belongs to Siglent's premium series ("A"). It is therefore the device designed for the high-end professional sector with state-of-the-art technology. This becomes clearest in a direct comparison:

Display10.1"/25.65 cm touchscreen, 1024x60012.1"/30.74 cm touchscreen, 1280x800
BandwidthUp to 1 GHzUp to 2 GHz
Sample rate5 GS/s (2 channels active)
2.5 GS/s (>3 channels active)
5 GS/s per channel (always)
Memory depth250 Mpts (2 channels active)
125 Mpts (>3 channels active)
500 Mpts (1 channel)
250 Mpts (2 channels)
125 Mpts (3 or 4 channels)
Signal acquisition rate110,000 Wfm/s (normal operation)
480,000 Wfm/s (sequence operation)
170,000 Wfm/s (normal operation)
750,000 Wfm/s (sequence operation)
DC gain accuracy≤3.0%±1.5%
SFDR (Spurious Free Dynamic Range)≥32 dBc≥45 dBc
Channel-to-channel isolation (at 50 Ω)DC...100 MHz >40 dB
100 MHz...bandwidth ≥34 dB
70 dB to 200 MHz
60 dB up to 500 MHz
50 dB up to 1 GHz
40 dB up to 2 GHz
Math functions2 traces4 traces
FFT2 Mpts8 Mpts
Eye diagram-✓ supported (SDS6204A)
Jitter analysis-✓ supported (SDS6204A)
Video outputVGAHDMI