How do I secure the DPO3000 scope in my lab so that it is not “borrowed” without my knowledge?

Question:

How do I secure the DPO3000 scope in my lab so that it is not “borrowed” without my knowledge?

Answer:

The slot on the rear of the instrument allows connection to a Kensington “laptop” lock, so the DPO3000/MSO3000 can be secured to an immovable object to prevent theft. Kensington or laptop locks can be purchased at a local electronics store.

This FAQ Applies to:

Product Series: MSO3000 / DPO3000, MSO3000 / DPO3000, MSO3000 / DPO3000, MSO3000 / DPO3000, MSO3000 / DPO3000, MSO3000 / DPO3000, MSO3000 / DPO3000, MSO3000 / DPO3000, MSO3000 / DPO3000, MSO3000 / DPO3000, MSO3000 / DPO3000

Product: DPO3012, DPO3014, DPO3032, DPO3034, DPO3052, DPO3054, MSO3012, MSO3014, MSO3032, MSO3034, MSO3054

FAQ ID : 60736

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