Sale Price: $1285.00

This is a stand-alone multi-user 200MS network digital oscilloscope. You can connect to it from anywhere in the world over the internet. It has its own built-in network server and works by itself. No specified computer is necessary for it to work. In addition to be used as a normal oscilloscope, it is a great tool for team work from different locations, remote presentation, remote monitoring, etc. Put one in your lab and work from your office or home.

Click on the left picture to connect to a real network oscilloscope. You can play with it as much as you like. Windows demo program can be downloaded here.

Connect To A Network Scope


l          Total network control. No parallel port, serial port, USB, or other connection and configuration necessary. User commands and oscilloscope data are transmitted over the network, can be used in home network, LAN or WAN. Can also be connected directly to a computer without a network environment. Support wireless Ethernet connection.

l          10/100T network connection.

l          Two channels.

l          100 MHz bandwidth.

l          200 MS real-time sampling per channel.

l          20 GS equivalent repeated sampling per channel. Can reconstruct repeated signals of up to 100 Mhz. Repeated sampling can be turned off to work with random digital signals up to 100Mhz.

l          8-bit A/D resolution per channel.

l          Auto or Normal trigger mode. 

l          Expandable DSP functions, FFT, DCT, Histogram, FIR filters, etc. for both channels.

l          Trig on Rising or Falling signal edges.

l          Selectable Sampling or Peak detection modes.

l          2 mv to 10v vertical divisions. Full 8 bits are used in every voltage level. No software tricks.

l          1 ns to 10 s horizontal divisions.

l          Voltage and time measurements can be done automatically or manually.

l          Display can be set at either Y-T or X-Y mode. Also selectable Vectors or dots display modes.

l          Auto offset self-calibration.

l          250% more screen area (10 vertical X 24 horizontal divisions)

l         3-D display shows signal variations over much longer time period. Previous sweeps are gradually faded to background. Very helpful for some applications in which every event is generated with great effort. Enjoy watching your signals, save your eyes.

l          Multi-user capability. 16 users can connect to it at the same time.

l          One computer can connect to many network oscilloscopes with different IP addresses at the same time. Making it a scope with virtual unlimited channels (not synchronized). Facilitate debugging complicated systems.

l          Built-in Instant Message board for team members at different locations.

l          Built-in network TCP/IP packet captures function (disabled in the test program).

l          Remotely upgradeable.

l          Two 1X/10X 150 Mhz probes included.

l          Open data and command network packets. Support standard TCP/IP. You can process the captured data with your own program.

l          Need a static IP address for it to work in WAN (go outside the local area network).

l          Display and control software for PC is simple to use. Just copy or download to any computer and it is ready to run. No installation necessary.

l          The Java program can be used on almost any computers, PC, Mac or Linux.

l          Small size (smaller than a notebook computer), easy to carry around.


Free Downloads


Windows demo program, download here. No installation needed. Just save it on your computer and click to run it.
NTScope Java applet, download here. This program does not work by itself. See configuratoin instructions below.
Network port mapper, AnalogX PortMapper, or from
Simple http server for PC, download here. For Windows only.
FG software function generator, download here. The output is the computer audio signal.
Simple network packet monitor AnalogX PacketMonitor, or from

Configuration for outside access

Download the Scope Java Applet (change the file name to scopeApplet. class after download), http server, port mapper programs to your computer.
Configure the http server to your local setting.
Configure the port mapper to map port 1956 to the NTScope IP address. Using Port Redirection->Configure Mapping.
Leave the httpsvr and port mapper programs running all the time, or whenever you want to external users to access the NTScope.
Add the following segments to your webpage:

<APPLET codebase=
code="scopeApplet.class" width=810 height=450>
<param name="IPAddress">
<param name="BackgroundImg" value="">
Your browser is not Java enabled.


The can be an IP address with numbers like

Configuration for local access

It is not necessary to use a http server and port mapper if only local access is required.

Save the NTScope java applet file ScopeApplet.class and the webpage used to run the scope in the same folder.
Include the following segment in your webpage (a .html file):

code="scopeApplet.class" width=810 height=455 Color="#0000FF">
<param name="IPAddress" value=" scope IP address)">
<param name="BackgroundImg" value="Winter.jpg">
Your browser is not Java enabled.

Multi-scopes can be easily configured to work as a Nx2 channels scope
Windows Interface
Java Interface
Multi computers connected to the same oscilloscope
One computer connected to two oscilloscopes at the same time

NTScope-2200 Setup Instructions



1. Installation


There are two connectors on the back of the NTScope:

  • Power connector.
  • Network connector.

Use the supplied power cubic and cables only. Do not try to use other power suppliers.


2. Connect the NTScope


The NTScope can be used with one computer, or installed in a LAN.

  • To be used with one computer only.  If the computer is not connected to the internet, a crossover network cable is required.  Use the crossover cable to connect the NTScope network port directly to the computer network port.  The computer must be configured to have a fixed IP address.
  • To be installed in a LAN.  Connect the NTScope with a regular network cable. Plug the cable directly into a wall network outlet, or a network hub, switch, wireless access point.


3. Start the NTScope


The scope starts as soon as power is supplied.

The scope default IP address is  192.168. 1.212.


  • Copy the scope.exe program from the included CDR to your computer. You can copy it to a directory, like the desktop, for easy access.
  • Double click on the scope.exe program. It may take a few minutes the first time it is used.
  • When the program is up, most probably it can not connect to the oscilloscope because of the local network configuration differences from the default one in the scope.
  • Click on the SET UP button on the lower right corner of the program. The SET UP window will pop up.
  • Click on "SEARCH FOR NETSCOPE" button in the SET UP window. Wait for a few minutes. If the program shows the default IP address, the scope box is working.
  • Now the NTScope needs to be assigned a new IP address to fit your local network environment. Find an unused IP address from your local IT manager.  
  • After you have the new IP address, click on the "SOPE BOX IP ADDRESS" button in the SET UP window. 
  • Type in the new IP address in the "SCOPE BOX IP ADDRESS" area inside the "CHANGE SCOPE BOX IP ADDRESS" window, type in the password.  Click on the "CHANGE" button. The NTScope program will broadcast the new IP address to the oscilloscope.  The scope program should communicate with the scope box now if it gets the new IP address correctly.


It is advised to perform the new IP address assignment process in a quite network environment. It is best with a crossover cable, or with a hub with only your computer and the NTScope connected to it.