|MSO series||Model||Channels||Sample Rate||Memory||Bus Trigger/
|Power Sequence||Cascade for
|MSO2116B||16||2GHz||4Gb||I, II, III||-||-|
|MSO2216B||16||2GHz||8Gb||I, II, III, IV||Yes||-|
|MSO2216B+||16||2GHz||8Gb||I, II, III, IV||Yes||Yes|
Bus Decode : BiSS-C, CAN 2.0B/CAN FD, DP_Aux, eSPI, I²C, I²S, I3C, MII, Serial Flash, SPI, SVID,UART (RS232), USB PD 3.0, USB1.1, ... (90+)
Bus Trigger I : I2C
Bus Trigger II : CAN 2.0B/CAN FD, LIN2.2, SPI, UART (RS232)
Bus Trigger III : BiSS-C, DALI, DP_Aux, I3C, LPC, Modbus, PMBus, Profibus, SMBus, SVI2, USB1.1,...
Bus Trigger IV : eMMC 4.5, eSPI, MII, RGMII, RMII, SD 2.0 (SDIO 2.0), Serial Flash (SPI NAND), SVID
Protocol Analyzer I : I2C
Protocol Analyzer II : CAN 2.0B/CAN FD, LIN2.2, SPI, UART (RS232)
Protocol Analyzer III : BiSS-C, DALI, DP_Aux, I3C, MIPI RFFE, Modbus, Profibus, SMBus, USB1.1,...
Protocol Analyzer IV : eSPI, MII, RGMII, RMII, SVID
The MSO series is a 3-in-1 (logic + protocol + oscilloscope) analyzer with 16 channels and each channel supports simultaneous measurement of analog and digital signals. When measuring power management-related protocols, it can analyze the protocols and record the voltage value that relates to the protocols simultaneously. MSO series provides Logic Analyzer Mode & Protocol Analyzer Mode for protocol analysis.
In the past, many users had many questions about the setting of threshold voltage in logic analyzers. Therefore, Acute has added a one-key voltage level automatic detection and setting function to the MSO series products to save users setting time
For power sequence measurement, the MSO2000 series provides more than 16 channels (up to 128 channels) of simultaneous measurement solutions
(Depending on the selected model)
(For Power Sequence solution click here).
- Logic Analyzer(LA) Mode
MSO analog and digital channels can capture signals simultaneously.LA Storage Mode:
It can also stack an oscilloscope to compare digital and analog signals simultaneously, which is suitable for signal quality analysis.
Long Time Record: Transitional Storage VS Compressed Storage
For signal capture and analysis, usually require to record the signal for a long time. If the data is stored in a compressed way, it will cause your software to lag or even stop functioning when decompressing the data after it is sent back to the computer. Because PC memory size might insufficient for decompressed data size. To satisfy the requirement of smooth software operation and long-term recording without missing any data, the storage method adopted by the Acute analyzer is transitional storage rather than compression. After returning to the PC software, it doesn't need to do the decompression. The decoded results can be displayed while the analysis is finished.
Software Main Window
Digital & Analog Channel Settings For MSO
Auto Threshold Settings:
Trigger Settings Window
Multiple Protocols Analysis Simultaneously:
Ex: I2C + USB PD3.0
MSO Stack With Other Vendors of Oscilloscope:
MSO Enables Digital & Analog Channels (Using the same channels)
Digital & Analog Signals From MSO and External DSO From Other Vendors
*BUS_SMBUS: Decode & Digital Signals *DSO: MSO Analog Signals *Ext DSO: External DSO Signals
Add Notes & Pictures in Waveform
Power Management Protocols Solution for MSO
Ex: PMBus(CH0 & CH1) & The Related Power Voltage(CH2) (*Digital CH0, CH1 Analog: CH2 )
Power Sequence Verification
*This solution is only applicable to some MSO models.
*MSO2000+ series supports cascading up to 8 devices(128 CH) for power sequence measurement.
Power Sequence Report(HTML Format)
- Protocol Analyzer(PA) Mode
It is hardware decoding, may log protocol data very long time if without waveforms.
Application timing: Preliminary protocol debug.
PA Storage Mode:
Software Main Window:
TL4000 series VS MSO2000 Series