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Arbitrary Waveform Generator

An arbitrary waveform generator (ArbGen) is an extended function generator (FGen/FuncGen) that can generate freely programmable signals in addition to standard waveforms such as sine, square, triangle or trapezoid.
In general, the voltage/current as well as the frequency/duration of the output signal can be freely adjusted. The arbitrary waveform generator can be used very flexibly and is therefore part of the basic equipment of every modern test system.

  • 200 MS/s with 16 Bit resolution
  • Output voltage up to 30 V or ±15 V
  • Output current up to 30 mA or ±20 mA
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Function Generator

A function generator (Fgen/FuncGen) can output standard waveforms such as sine, rectangle, triangle or trapezoid.
In general, the voltage/current as well as the frequency/duration of the output signal can be freely adjusted. This distinguishes the function generator from the Arbitrary Waveform Generator (ArbGen), which can also output freely definable waveforms.

  • 200 MS/s with 16 Bit resolution
  • Output voltage up to 30 V or ±15 V
  • Output current up to 30 mA or ±20 mA
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Digital I/O

With digital I/O cards, static or dynamic bit patterns can be generated or recorded. Each bit is assigned a control signal for an output and a sensor signal for an input. The usual voltage range for the inputs and outputs is between 2 V (TTL) and 24 V (automation).

  • Dynamic pattern generation and recording
  • 4/8 channels: 6.6 MS/s, 8 Bit
  • Flexible Trigger management:
    4 front panel, 8 PXI backplane, software
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Synchro/Resolver

With so-called synchro/resolver cards, rotation angle sensors that work according to the synchro/resolver principle can be measured. Depending on the angle of rotation, these generate a sine and cosine signal, in order to determine the position and direction of rotation.
It is also possible to simulate the signals of a sensor in order to test the corresponding control units. Depending on the sensor, it must be possible to generate various output voltages.

  • 11.8 up to 90 V input/output voltage
  • 16 Bit resolution
  • Signal detection (SDC) and generation (DSC)
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