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MOTECH FG708S Direct Digital Synthesized Multi-Functions Generator Present by Collins Chucks.
Frequency features Frequency range 100mHz~8MHz Resolution 100mHz 100mHz Sine 8MHz Sine
Output waveform Pulse wave Triangle Wave TTL Sine wave Square wave
Output amplitude –1mV to 20Vp-p (open circuit) –0.5mV to 10Vp-p (50Ωload) Amplitude resolution:1mV Output Attenuation: 0dB,20dB,40dB,60dB 0.5 mV Low noise, Low distortion
All information display simultaneously Direct display frequency Direct display amplitude Direct display waveform type Frequency Waveform type Amplitude
Sine Wave Signal/Noise ratio > 55dB typical Stable amplitude even in high frequency 8MHz Sine 20Vpp 10kHz Sine 20Vpp FFT =55.2dB Without any distortion on peak =10kHz
Square Wave Rise/Fall time ≤ 12ns (10Vpp 50 Ω load ） Overshoot<5% of Vp (10Vpp 50 Ω load) Rise time11.14ns 8MHz,10Vpp
Pulse Wave Frequency range:100mHz~8MHz Amplitude: 0~10V/0~ -10V / ± 10V Duty cycle: 100mHz~5MHz ： 20% to 80% 5MHz~8MHz ： 40% to 60% Frequency stable while adjust duty cycle Positive Pusle 18% Negative Puls 82% Positive/Negative Pulse Duty cycle display
Digital set Linear/Log sweep function Sweep type: up ， down ， up-down Start frequency setting Stop frequency setting Sweep step setting
FSK Modulation Sine, Square ， Triangle Internal: FSK 400/1 K Hz FSK “1” frequency setting FSK “0” frequency setting External trigger Sine Square Triangle
PSK Modulation Sine,Square,Triangle Internal: PSK 400/1K Hz External trigger PSK “0” phase Internal 0º PSK “1” phase setting: 0º ~360º
Strongest Protection Short Circuit Protection Reverse Voltage protection up to 20Vpeak!!!
FG708S DDS Function Generator Comprehensive functions Competitive price
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