Function generator S 12

LD 522621
Function generator S 12
  8  Function generator S 12

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Description

Sine, triangle and square-wave generator with safety sockets, continuous frequency adjustment in six decade ranges, with built-in power amplifier. Ideal for students' experiments because of its small footprint and low-profile design. Safety extra-low voltage power supply.

Technical data

  • Signal waveforms: Sinusoidal, triangular, square-wave
  • Frequency range: 0.1 Hz to 20 kHz
  • Power output for all types of signal (switchable): 0 to 12 Vpp across 8 Ω, continuously adjustable, via 4-mm sockets
  • Distortion (sine-wave): < 3% ( 1 kHz )
  • Mark-to-space (square-wave): 1:1
  • Rise time (square-wave): 2 µs
  • Supply voltage: 12 V AC 50/60 Hz (via power supply unit, included)
  • Power consumption: 20 VA
  • Dimensions: 16 cm x 12 cm x 7 cm
  • Weight: 0.5 kg

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