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RS Stock No. 112-0941
Mfr. Part No.TGP3121
BrandAim-TTi
PHP80,982.89
Each
25 (Double Pulse) MHz, 50 (Pulse) MHz 1 mHz 499.99999999 (Double Pulse) s, 999.99999999 (Pulse) s 10ns Burst, Double Pulse, Function/Arbitrary, Modulation, Noise, Pattern/PBRS, Pulse, Square, Sweep, Triggered 999.99999996 (Double Pulse) s, 999.99999998 (Pulse) s 0ns Yes <30% 5 ns → 399.999999989 s (Double Pulse), 5 ns → 799.999999989 s (Pulse) 10 kΩ GPIB, LAN, LXI, Remote, USB 2.0, USB Flash Drive 269 x 213.5 x 86.5 (Rack Mount) mm, 295 x 250 x 97 (Bench Top Mount) mm 86.5 (Rack Mount) mm, 97 (Bench Top Mount) mm
RS Stock No. 278-5084
Mfr. Part No.TGP110
BrandAim-TTi
PHP19,240.00
Each
10MHz 0.1 Hz 5s 50ns Delayed, Delayed Pulse, Double Pulse, Gated, Normal Pulse, Run, Square Pulse, Triggered 5s 50ns Yes 0.1% 15ns 10 kΩ - 230 x 220 x 140mm 140mm
RS Stock No. 112-0944
Mfr. Part No.TGP3152
BrandAim-TTi
PHP127,014.78
Each
25 (Double Pulse) MHz, 50 (Pulse) MHz 1 mHz 499.99999999 (Double Pulse) s, 999.99999999 (Pulse) s 10ns Burst, Double Pulse, Function/Arbitrary, Modulation, Noise, Pattern/PBRS, Pulse, Square, Sweep, Triggered 999.99999996 (Double Pulse) s, 999.99999998 (Pulse) s 0ns Yes <30% 5 ns → 399.999999989 s (Double Pulse), 5 ns → 799.999999989 s (Pulse) 10 kΩ GPIB, LAN, LXI, Remote, USB 2.0, USB Flash Drive 269 x 213.5 x 86.5 (Rack Mount) mm, 295 x 250 x 97 (Bench Top Mount) mm 86.5 (Rack Mount) mm, 97 (Bench Top Mount) mm
RS Stock No. 125-9498
Mfr. Part No.FPH-K29
PHP56,036.23
Each
- - 10µs - Normal Pulse - - - - - - - - -
RS Stock No. 112-0943
Mfr. Part No.TGP3151
BrandAim-TTi
PHP92,282.80
Each
25 (Double Pulse) MHz, 50 (Pulse) MHz 1 mHz 499.99999999 (Double Pulse) s, 999.99999999 (Pulse) s 10ns Burst, Double Pulse, Function/Arbitrary, Modulation, Noise, Pattern/PBRS, Pulse, Square, Sweep, Triggered 999.99999996 (Double Pulse) s, 999.99999998 (Pulse) s 0ns Yes <30% 5 ns → 399.999999989 s (Double Pulse), 5 ns → 799.999999989 s (Pulse) 10 kΩ GPIB, LAN, LXI, Remote, USB 2.0, USB Flash Drive 269 x 213.5 x 86.5 (Rack Mount) mm, 295 x 250 x 97 (Bench Top Mount) mm 86.5 (Rack Mount) mm, 97 (Bench Top Mount) mm
RS Stock No. 112-0942
Mfr. Part No.TGP3122
BrandAim-TTi
PHP111,116.00
Each
25 (Double Pulse) MHz, 50 (Pulse) MHz 1 mHz 499.99999999 (Double Pulse) s, 999.99999999 (Pulse) s 10ns Burst, Double Pulse, Function/Arbitrary, Modulation, Noise, Pattern/PBRS, Pulse, Square, Sweep, Triggered 999.99999996 (Double Pulse) s, 999.99999998 (Pulse) s 0ns Yes <30% 5 ns → 399.999999989 s (Double Pulse), 5 ns → 799.999999989 s (Pulse) 10 kΩ GPIB, LAN, LXI, Remote, USB 2.0, USB Flash Drive 269 x 213.5 x 86.5 (Rack Mount) mm, 295 x 250 x 97 (Bench Top Mount) mm 86.5 (Rack Mount) mm, 97 (Bench Top Mount) mm

Pulse Generators

What is a pulse generator?

Pulse generators are electrical test equipment used to generate pulses that are injected into devices under test in order to study the behaviour of these devises

Pulse generators are used to provide pulses for use in various electronic applications. Although most products are voltage sources, current pulse generators are also available. In addition to injecting pulses into the device under test, pulse generators that also function as digital delay generators can be used as a stimulus or clock signal. For example, pulse generators that work as digital delay generators can be used to drive lasers, modulators, or optical components. Pulse generator outputs can also produce the modulation signal for a signal generator, an electronic device that generates repeating electronic signals in either analogue or digital form.

Functions and capabilities
• Rectangular wave generation: designed to produce pulses that are rectangular in nature, often capable of driving logic circuitry, although they are not necessarily confined to just this type of application.
• Pulse width: the pulse width can be varied to produce a variety of waveforms
• Repetition rate: repetition rate is a key parameter. When used in a "free run" mode, the repetition rate can be varied.
• Pulse trigger: using an external waveform, it is possible to trigger the pulse generator. Pulse triggering can normally occur on either the negative or positive edge via a selection switch.
• Pulse delay: when a pulse is triggered it is normal to be able to select a delay for the pulse from the pulse generator. This delay is adjustable.
• Pulse amplitude: although the pulse amplitude will normally be required to drive logic circuits, the amplitude is normally adjustable.
• Pulse rise and fall times: for some applications it may be necessary to be able to adjust the rise and fall times of the logic outputs.
Pulse generators may use either digital or analogue techniques, or both. Elements such as triggering and the pulse generation will almost certainly utilise digital technology, but aspects such as the rise and fall time control on the pulse generator are likely to use analogue techniques.
Multichannel pulse generators are also available and can produce several channels of pulses with independent pulse widths and delays with independent outputs and even independent polarities.