We're Tektronix. And we're for the engineer.
We're for the problem solvers. The relentlessly curious. We're for everyone who asks: Why, Why Not, and What If? We're for the people who see things differently. Who never say never. The people who push the boundaries in science and technology to start making tomorrow better, today. We provide innovative, precise and easy-to-operate test and measurement solutions that solve problems, unlock insights and drive discovery.
Tektronix and Keithley offer a complete line of bench instruments and accessories, including oscilloscopes, multimeters, power supplies, signal generators, specialized and general-purpose probes … and more. Whatever your application, we’ll have the products and expertise to help you get your job done - quickly and efficiently.
Check out the latest scopes from Tektronix - watch my 2-minute "unboxing" video for a look at these brand new oscilloscopes.
Want to know more? Click on the links below for more details and a technical demonstration video.
3 Series MDO - click HERE
4 Series MSO - click HERE
How to get the best from your oscilloscope
Check out our series of seven short tutorial videos - click HERE for the list.
IoT is a crucial area in the electronics industry. That's why we’re delighted to support Farnell with their 2nd Global IoT Survey! Take the survey here and you could win some amazing prizes. It will run until 4th December, and participants can enter a prize draw for the opportunity to win:
More display. More signals. More usability. More choices.
As part of the launch of their new 3 Series MDO and 4 Series MSO oscilloscopes, Tektronix and Farnell teamed up to run a global prize draw, with a chance to win a brand new 3 Series scope. We are pleased to announce that the winner is Mr. Thomas Winkler from Case Electronics GmbH in Germany. Mr. Winkler was presented with his prize by Elmar Neumann, Tektronix Sales Manager. Case are involved in design and development of high quality industrial electronics, including sensor technology, measurement technology, wireless systems components and bus systems. They need the best test and measurement products on the market to ensure they provide the best quality and service to their customers - Tektronix and Farnell were delighted to oblige!
Click here to learn more about the 3-Series oscilloscopes.
AFG31000 arbitrary function generator
The AFG31000 series with InstaView™ technology is the first high-peformance AFG with built-in waveform generation applications, patented real-time wave monitoring, and a modern user interface. Learn More
DMM6500 6½-digit digital multimeter
Get more for less with the Keithley DMM6500 touchscreen multimeter featuring transient capture, data visualization and analysis … and more. Learn More
The NEW Tektronix TPR power rail probes offer low noise, low loading, high bandwidth, and high DC offset specifically for power integrity measurements. Learn More
11 Power Consumption Measurement Techniques
Power management is a primary concern in IoT device design.
This e-guide describes the top 11 power management challenges that engineers face when designing, validating or testing your IoT device and offers some tips on how to simplify the process and ensure your IoT device is successful.
Click HERE to view/download.
3-minute overview of the best AFG on the market
The AFG31000 Series arbitrary function generator with InstaView is the first high-performance AFG with built-in waveform generation applications, patented real-time wave monitoring and a real-time user interface. Here are five reasons why it's the best AFG on the market.
Perfect Vision Begins at the Probe Tip
Tektronix probes ensure the highest signal fidelity possible when connecting a device to your oscilloscope. With over 100 probe choices available, all perfectly matched to our scopes, you can be sure we'll have the right probe for your application.
Use our online probe selector tool to ensure you get the right match.
Introducing the new Model 2470 High Voltage
Source Measure Unit
After 130 years, computing power replaces horsepower
Today's car is rapidly mutating from a mechanical device to mini-datacenters on wheels, driven by rapid advances in electronics. Check out this article, in which Sudipto Bose and Joern Hoepfner from Tektronix outline the trends driving the automotive revolution.
Touch, Test, Invent® with the New DMM6500