When you buy a PicoScope Automotive Oscilloscope you get industry-leading performance that is both affordable and easy to use. With the introduction of the PicoScope 4225 and 4425, performance has been upgraded – but the price remains the same!

Pico automotive oscilloscopes are used by more than twenty of the world’s leading vehicle manufacturers, and in thousands of workshops to save time and money by making it easier and quicker to diagnose faults.

PicoScope 4225 and 4425 are the most advanced automotive PicoScopes ever, handling hybrid, electric, diesel and petrol vehicles, and can be purchased separately or as part of a kit.

The PicoScope 4000 Series can capture up to 400 million samples per second, making them fast enough to handle CAN and even FlexRay signals. You can be sure that you will always be ready for next-generation vehicles and challenges not yet encountered. Performance and intermittent problems are revealed in great detail, and stored for later analysis.

The PicoScope 4225 and 4425 have eight times the memory of our previous scopes. This ensures that you can capture even more information without sacrificing sampling rates – making it easier to reveal complex intermittent faults and rare events.

The high ±200 V input range of the PicoScope 4225 and 4425 reduces the need for external attenuators to a minimum, and differential probes are available to handle very high voltages to 1400 V and beyond.

The inputs on the PicoScope 4225 and 4425 have their own ground reference separate from USB. Each input is independent (common mode voltage up to ±30 V), increasing the flexibility and allowing you to directly measure signals such as hybrid vehicle resolver circuits.

This handy feature detects when you have made a good connection in those difficult-to-reach places, displaying the connection status on your big screen and on the front of the unit.

Our software can be downloaded for free and works in a demo mode if no hardware is connected.

Internet of Things, Auto Electronics Stimulating FPCB Industry Expansion

Flexible Printed Circuit Boards Market report, published by Allied Market Research, predicts that the worldwide market is anticipated to obtain 27 billion dollars by 2022, increasing at a CAGR of 10.4% from 2016 – 2022.

Asia-Pacific overpowered the international market, in the case of revenue, making up more than 46Percent in 2015, and then North America.

FPCBs are used widely across applications that include LCD screen, cell phone display screen, connectivity antennas, and flexible circuitry employed in rechargeable batteries. Growth in requirement for consumer electronic goods, rise in popularity of Internet of Things (IoT), and adopting of FPCBs in car applications generate the market growing. What is more, surge in requirement for computerized robots is expected to allow valuable chances to industry participants. Multilayer FPCBs contributed the FPCBs market, and is anticipated to preserve this fad in the forecast period. Nevertheless, the rigid-flex FPCBs segment is likely to watch considerable rise in the foreseeable future, caused by the compact size and low power usage.

Among customer, electronics led the international market in 2015, making up about 30% market share. Having said that, automotive electronics is expected to mature at the maximum CAGR of 10.7%, on account of surge in sales of durable gadgets with boosted efficiency.

Asia-Pacific was the main revenue donor in 2015, and is anticipated to keep up its dominance later on, due to surge in number of electronic applications. Further, breakthroughs in electronic gadgets and industrial systems are anticipated to strengthen the FPCBs market growth rate, largely in the Parts of Asia, just like China, Japan, Oceania, and India.

Flex PCBs are extremely effective interconnectivity solutions for a wide range of electronic products with advanced circuitry. Further, they offer a number of benefits that include high efficiency and reduced system routine maintenance. Multilayer FPCBs comprise pretty much 30% of the entire FPCBs market, on account of their resilience and high efficiency. Additionally, huge requirement for electronics applications and consumer shift towards compact printing to attain better efficiency are anticipated to increase its usage in the electronic gadgets, car, and various other industry sectors, states Jeshin Jayamon, Research Analyzer, Semiconductor & Electronics Research, Allied Market Research.

LAMEA is anticipated to get bigger at the maximum CAGR throughout the analysis time period, due to surge in portable appliances and boost in the usage of FPCBs in car applications. Further, technological advancements to get over power loss troubles in extreme situations are forecasted to deliver lucrative chances for industry players in the future.

Significant Findings Of The Flex PCB Market

In 2015, multilayer FPCBs dominated the international FPCBs market, as to revenue, and is projected to get bigger at a CAGR of 10.7Per-cent over the forecast time period.

Electronic products headed the market, making up roughly 30% market share in 2015.

China was the leading shareholder in the Asia-Pacific FPCBs market, making up around 34% in 2015.

The important players running in the FPCB market have adopted new product release as their recommended tactic to enlarge their market foothold. The significant competitors profiled in this report comprise of NOK Corporation (Nippon Mektron Ltd.), Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. (SEI), Fujikura Ltd., Multi-Fineline Electronix, Inc., Zhen Ding Technology Holding Limited (ZDT), Nitto Denko Corp., Interflex Co., Ltd., Career Technology, FLEXium Interconnect, Inc., and ICHIA Technologies Inc.

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