PicoScope 4225, 2 Channel Automotive Diagnostics Oscilloscope (only the scope + software)

PicoScope 4225, 2 Channel Automotive Diagnostics Oscilloscope (only the scope + software) PicoScope 4225, 2 Channel Automotive Diagnostics Oscilloscope (only the scope + software)
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  • Our price : 699,00 €
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PicoScope 4225, 2 Channel Automotive Diagnostics Scope (only Scope + Software)

  • 2 channels
  • Up to 400 MS/s real-time sample rate
  • Up to 20 MHz bandwidth
  • 250,000,000 sample memory
  • ±200 V maximum input
  • Independent floating inputs
  • ConnectDetect for reliable probing
  • No power supply required
  • USB 2.0 to 3.0 connection for fast screen updates
  • Protected against overloads and short circuits
  • CAN bus and FlexRay compatible
  • Use with any vehicle
  • Easy to use
  • Includes PicoScope Automotive software
  • Free software updates
  • 24 month warranty
  • Free technical support

PicoScope 4000 series oscilloscopes are designed to save you time and money by making it easier and quicker to diagnose faults on today`s modern vehicles.
With features such as high resolution and accuracy, a large memory buffer, and a high-speed USB connection, PicoScope automotive oscilloscopes offer unrivalled performance, and are suitable for use in the most demanding automotive applications.

Faster sampling
The latest PicoScopes can capture signals faster than ever; with sampling rates of up to 400 million samples per second, there is nothing that can escape the scrutiny of PicoScope. It can capture CAN and FlexRay signals, and has the speed to handle future needs as vehicle technology changes.

More memory
As well as capturing faster signals, the PicoScope 4000 series also outperforms other scopes thanks to the 250 million samples of `always on` memory. PicoScope ensures that you can effortlessly capture every detail of the signal. Never again will you miss those hard-to-find intermittent faults.

Higher input range
The high ±200 V input range of the PicoScope 4000 series eliminates the need for external attenuators for most vehicle tests.

Independent floating inputs
A major innovation on the 4225 are the independent floating inputs; think of it as 2 separate 1-channel oscilloscopes in a box all sharing the same timebase and control. This means that all inputs can be used in differential mode (e.g. CAN_H and CAN_L signals), or across non-grounded components such as 12V injectors or for voltage drop testing using a single input. (Maximum 30V common mode voltage difference between channel grounds.)

The new PicoScope 4225 scopes include a handy feature to detect when you have made a good connection. When you are trying to probe in those difficult to reach places, the new PicoScopes can display the connection status on your big screen ensuring fewer frustrations with poor connections.

Sorry - we keep making it even easier to use
Thanks to the familiar graphical user interface, help files and reference library, using your PicoScope 4000 series diagnostic oscilloscope is as easy as ever. If you`re an existing PicoScope user you can just connect your scope and benefit immediately from the power and performance of your new PicoScope 4000 Series scope. If you`ve never used a PicoScope oscilloscope before you can get started without needing to spend hours reading manuals.

The PicoScope for the new generation of vehicles
The fast sampling speeds, large memory and high bandwidth of the PicoScope 4000 Series means that not only is it suitable for use on all current vehicles, but it will continue to be of use in diagnosing faults with the complex electrical and electronic systems that will be found on new and future generations of vehicles.

Technical data:


PicoScope 4225


20 MHz (10 MHz on ±50 mV range)



Vertical resolution:

12 bits

Enhanced vertical resolution:

16 bits


DC Accuracy ±1% of full scale


10 mV/div to 40 V/div

Input ranges (full scale):

±50 mV to ±200 V in 12 ranges

Input characteristics:

1 MOhm in parallel with 24 pF

Input type:

Floating, BNC connector

Input coupling:

Software selectable AC/DC

Overvoltage protection:

±250 V (DC + AC peak) on single input

Maximum sampling rate (single shot)
1 channel in use:
2 channels in use:

400 MS/s
200 MS/s

Buffer memory:

250 M samples

Waveform buffer:

Up to 10,000 waveforms

Timebase ranges:

100 ns/div to 5000 s/div



Any input channel

Basic triggers:

Auto, repeat, single, none

Advanced triggers:

Rising edge, falling edge, edge with hysteresis, pulse width, runt pulse, dropout, windowed

Maximum pre trigger delay:

Up to 100% of capture length

Maximum post trigger delay:

Up to 4 billion samples

Spectrum Analyser


20 MHz

Frequency range:

DC to 20 MHz

Display modes:

Magnitude, peak hold, average

PC Requirements


Processor: 1 GHz
Memory: 512 MB
Free disk space: 2 GB
Operating system: 32-bit or 64-bit editions of Windows 8 (not Windows RT), Windows 7, Vista and XP (SP3)
Ports: USB 2.0 compliant port


Processor: 1.2 GHz
Memory: 1 GB
Free disk space: 2 GB
Operating system: 32-bit or 64-bit editions of Windows 8 (not Windows RT), Windows 7, Vista and XP (SP3)
Ports: USB 3.0 compliant port


Operating environment
Temperature range:

0 °C to 40 °C (Operating: 20 °C to 30 °C for quoted accuracy)
5% to 80% RH, non-condensing

Storage environment
Temperature range:

-20 to +60°C
5 to 95% RH, non-condensing

Physical Dimensions


190 x 160 x 40 mm (approx 7.5 x 6.3 x 1.6 in)


<900 g (approx 2 lb)


Additional hardware (supplied):

USB cable, user manuals, software CD?ROM

PC interface:

USB 3.0 (USB 2.0 compatible)

Power requirements:

Powered from USB port


FCC (EMC), CE (EMC and LVD), RoHS compliant


2 years


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