The DSO-6204F digital storage oscilloscope has been designed for R&D facilites, laboratories and service engineers. As usual, settings are adjustable using buttons or touchscreen. Zooming in or screen swiping works pretty much like when using a smarphone or tablet. Colour temperature displayRecurring waveforms are colour-coded according to how often they are detected.Bus decoderDecodes SPI and IÂ²C, RS232 and CAN-bus signals. Decoded values can be displayed in binary, decimal, Hex or ASCII format and compiled in event tables. Decoded CAN-bus signals are displayed in colour. This makes distinguishing between data, data length code and frame information much easier. CAN-Bus checksum errors are flagged by colour changes.Data acquisition and processingReadings and screen content can be transferred to and stored on a PC via USB, LAN, or Wi-Fi. When transfering data to USB memory, file names can be entered using the touchscreen.Touch-control function generatorSettings of the 25 MHz function generator are selectable via buttons or via touchscreen. Available are sine, square, ramp and pulse waveforms. Moreover, the device comes with 46 additional arbitrary waveform presets including exponential, sine, staircase and noise. Also stores user-defined arbitrary waveforms.Clone functionOscilloscope input waveforms can be cloned and forwarded to the function generator. The section to be cloned is selected via touchscreen. Battery power optionUsing a Li-ion rechargeable battery (optional) significantly increases the range of uses. Opting for battery-power (optional) makes the oscilloscope a highly mobile and versatile tool. One battery charge enables 3 hours of continuous use. Under laboratory conditions, battery operation also acts as a galvanic isolator.