Waveform generator series for high signal fidelity

B&K Precision's 4060 Series line of dual channel function/arbitrary waveform generators are designed for use in applications requiring high signal fidelity with extensive modulation and arbitrary waveform capabilities.

06/26/2014


B&amp;K Precision's 4060 Series line of dual channel function/arbitrary waveform generators are designed for use in applications requiring high signal fidelity with extensive modulation and arbitrary waveform capabilities. Courtesy: B&amp;K PrecisionB&K Precision's 4060 Series line of dual channel function/arbitrary waveform generators includes three models that generate sine waveforms up to 80 MHz (4063), 120 MHz (4064), and 160 MHz (4065) These instruments are designed for use in applications requiring high signal fidelity with extensive modulation and arbitrary waveform capabilities. The 4060 Series can generate pulses with low jitter <100 ps and output 12 ns width pulses at frequencies as low as 0.1 Hz. Rise and fall times are also adjustable within a wide range.

All models provide two independent output channels with a large 4.3 in. color LCD display, rotary control knob, numeric keypad, and intuitive function keys for easy waveform adjustments. Other standard features include a built-in counter, Sync output, trigger I/O terminal, and external 10 MHz reference clock input and output for synchronization of the instrument to another generator.

The 4060 Series provides users 36 built-in arbitrary waveforms and the ability to create and load up to 32 custom arbitrary waveforms using the included waveform editing software via standard USB interface on the rear. A front panel USB host port is available for users to save waveforms and setups on a USB flash drive or to connect the optional USB-to-GPIB adapter for GPIB connectivity.

B&K Precision

www.bkprecision.com 

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