Welcome to the Pico Technology Press Centre. Here you will find the latest press releases and articles from Pico together with a media bank containing images and datasheets of Pico products.
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|New PicoSDK drivers for Windows
Pico Technology has released a new PicoSDK driver package installer for its PicoScope oscilloscope and PicoLog data loggers for Microsoft Windows. This release adds drivers for the latest PicoScope 2000A and 2000B models and the PicoScope 4444, as well as various fixes for other drivers.
|20 July 2017
|PicoScope’s new Modbus decoder is ideal for troubleshooting PLC applications
Pico Technology has enhanced its PicoScope analysis capabilities with the addition of Modbus ASCII and Modbus RTU decoders. It is currently the only oscilloscope range capable of analyzing Modbus (RS-232/RS-485) signals, making it the perfect tool for troubleshooting industrial PLC applications – from installation and commissioning to maintenance and repair operations.
|10 July 2017
|Vector Network Analysis for Everyone
Pico Technology has applied its expertise in compact USB instrumentation, combined with its experience with high-performance sampling oscilloscopes and time domain reflectometry, to bring you a outstanding value in a high-quality, low-cost vector network analyzer.
|02 June 2017
|New models, new broadband probes and touchscreen operation for the PicoScope 9300 Sampling Oscilloscopes
Pico Technology has increased the bandwidth of its PicoScope 9300 family of Sampling Oscilloscopes with two new 25 GHz models. The USB-controlled Sampling Oscilloscope, available only from Pico, stands as one of very few low-cost, high-integrity options for viewing and measuring RF and microwave signals, paths and networks. Sampling Oscilloscopes are the cost-effective solution to today’s proliferation of gigabit-per-second datastreams and their copper, wireless and optical fiber interconnect.
|28 March 2017