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AFG-3000 Series

The AFG-3000 Series is arbitrary waveform generator designed for industrial, scientific research and educational applications. The series comes in bandwidths of 80MHz (AFG-3081) and 50MHz (AFG-3051) with built-in multiple standard waveforms to meet users' diversified needs. 

The AFG-3000 Series also provides a high 16 bit resolution, 200MSa/s sample rate and a 1M memory depth for editing arbitrary waveforms directly through the intuitive user interface. The Direct Waveform Reconstruction (DWR) function enables users to directly import waveforms from a GDS-2000 Series oscilloscope to the AFG-3000 via USB host, allowing users to edit waveforms and enhance measurement efficiency.

In addition, the AFG-3000 Series has switchable 50 Ohm and Hi-Z Impedances, built-in On-Screen Help for operation conveniently. Complete parameter settings and waveform can be displayed through 4.3-inch high-resolution TFT LCD. Through USB, RS-232, and GPIB, user can use dedicated PC software or IEEE488.2 commands to edit waveforms.


Key Features:

  • Wide frequency range from 1uHz to 80/50MHz
  • High 200MSa/s sampling rate
  • 16-bit Amplitude Resolution
  • Output from any section of 1M-point-long waveform
  • 4.3" high resolution LCD display/on-screen help/Impedance switch
  • Four ways to generate arbitrary waveform: Front Panel Operation
  • CSV file uploading, Direct Waveform Reconstruction (DWR), Arbitrary
  • Waveform Editing PC Software
  • USB, RS-232, GPIB interface support

Contact:

Caltest Instruments Ltd

4 Riverside Business Centre

Walnut Tree Close

Guildford

Surrey GU1 4UG

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 1483 302 700

Fax: +44 (0) 1483 300 562

Email: sales@caltest.co.uk

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