- Analog inputs: 4
- Oscilloscope channels: 1, 2, 4, 4 (depending on selection)
- A/D converter: 12 bit
- Input voltage range: +/- 15 V with 7,3 mV steps (input divider 1:1)
- Max. sampling frequency per channel: 500 kHz
250 kHz – in 2-channel mode
125 kHz – in 4-channel mode
Low end range. Designed for beginner diagnosticians and for those who don't require to use the full potential of the Texvik MS, DS and DSR.
The TEXVIK MSL is a 4-channel oscilloscope working with modern technology of data recording to a PC HD. The oscilloscope connects via an USB port that supplies power to the oscilloscope. The saved data on the PCs HD can be retrieved and viewd at anytime using free software on any PC.
The scopes software is very easy to use, doesn't require any training and is ideal for any beginner. This doesn't mean that the operating software doesn't have very useful functions. The main feature of the tool is that it can make continuous and several hour long data recordings to a PCs HD with full resolution. No defective symptom of a measured system will remain undected.
The available 4-channels are a basic requirement for detecting intermittent faults when the OBD scan tool doesn't show any specific DTCs that could be verified with a 2-channel oscilloscope.
Pros & Cons
- Low sampling frequency for detailed CAN-BUS signal recordings
- Less channels
- Doesn't have voltage dividers (must be purchased as an accessory)
- Long PC HD recordings
- USB power supply (no external power supply required)
- Recording replay without connected scope
- Easy product support (recordings can be sent for evaluation)
- Measurements under 15 V don't require any oscilloscope settings (just press the Start recording button)