Máy phát xung, hàm Keysight 33510B, 20MHz, 2 kênhMáy phát xung, hàm Keysight 33510B, 20MHz, 2 kênh
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Get the capability, fidelity and flexibility you need to characterize your components and designs with confidence
33500B Series waveform generators with exclusive Trueform signal generation technology offer more capability, fidelity and flexibility than traditional DDS generators. Use them to accelerate your development process from start to finish.
 

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Trueform Technology 
Generate true point-by-point arbitrary waveforms with less jitter, more fidelity and greater resolution.
 

Revolutionary advances over traditional DDS

Revolutionary
Over the past two decades, direct digital synthesis (DDS) has been the waveform generation technology of choice in function generators and economical arbitrary waveform generators. DDS enables waveform generators with great frequency resolution, convenient custom wave-forms, and a low price.As with any technology, DDS has intrinsic downsides and limitations as well. Engineers with exacting requirements have had to either work around the compromised performance or spend up to 10 times more for a high-end, point-by-point waveform generator. 
 
Agilent’s Trueform technology offers a new alternative that blends the best of DDS and point-by-point architectures, giving you the benefits of both without the limitations of either. Trueform technology uses an exclusive digital sampling technique that delivers unmatched performance at the same low price you are accustomed to with DDS.  The table below highlights the revolutionary capabilities of Trueform technology.
 
  DDS:
Traditional
25 MHz
waveform
generator
Trueform:
Agilent
30 MHz 33511B
waveform
generator
Improvement
Edge jitter 500 ps 40 ps 12x better
Custom
waveform
replication
Skips
waveform
points
100% point
coverage
Exact
waveform
replication
Total
harmonic
distortion
0.2% 0.04% 5x better
Anti-alias
filtering
Must provide
externally
Always
anti-aliased
No anti-aliasing
artifacts
Sequenced
arb
Not possible Standard Easily create
complex wave-
form sequences
 
REVOLUTIONARY SIGNAL GENERATION WITH UNMATCHED CAPABILITIES AND FIDELITY
  • Easily generate the full range of signals you need for the most demanding measurements 
  • Test your devices with confidence that the waveform generator is outputting the signals you expect
  • Select just the capabilities you need now, then upgrade easily when your needs change
unique-features

 

 
Unique features of the 33500B Series waveform generators
FULL BANDWIDTH PULSE Full-bandwidth pulse to 20 or 30 MHz
Set leading and trailing edge times independently
2 CHANNELS Dual channel coupling, frequency and amplitude, equal and inverted
Set start phase for each channel, set phase shift between channels
SUM MODULATE Sum two signals together, frequency and amplitude independent
2-tone, square-sine, noise on pulse
POINT-BY-POINT ARB Create up to 1 million samples standard, 16 million optional
Connect arbs together, create up to 512 sequences
VOLTAGE SETTINGS Lowest voltage range at 1 mVpp, a 10x improvement
Set high and low voltage limits to prevent overload on DUT
PRBS PATTERNS Provides standard PRBS patterns, PN7 … PN23
Select PN type, set bit rate, set edge time

Key attributes

Key-attributes Key-attributes1 Key-attributes2 Key-attributes3
Jitter
Risetime
Total harmonic distortion
Standard memory

Trueform Technology Unmatched capabilities for generating a full range of signals for the most demanding requirements

The 33500B Series waveform generators offer the common signals and features you expect, such as modulation, sweep, and burst. But the 33500B Series offers many more features that give you the capabilities and flexibility you need to get your job done. Like an intuitive front-panel user interface that makes it easy to quickly relearn it when you’ve been focused elsewhere. Like built-in LAN, USB and GPIB interfaces that make it easy to control your instruments or transfer your waveforms to your instrument.  

But the 33500B Series doesn’t stop there. It offers a variety of capabilities you won’t find elsewhere—capabilities that help you accelerate your testing and get your project wrapped up faster:
 

Waveform-summing

Waveform summing and combining capability
Easily add noise to your signal for margin and distortion testing using only a single channel. You can create dual-tone multifrequency signals without a dual-channel generator, which means you can preserve your budget for other test needs. On a two-channel model, you can sum and combine up to four signals.

Variable-bandwidth noise
You can adjust the bandwidth of the built-in noise generator to control the frequency content of your signal. Apply just the frequency stimulus you need so you concentrate the energy of your waveform in frequency bands of interest.
 

The images at right show
approximately 10 dB increase
in amplitude at 50 kHz when
the bandwidth is reduced 10x.
You can see how the signal
energy is increased in the
frequencies of interest when
the bandwidth is reduced,
instead of being spread over
a very wide bandwidth
with lower amplitude at all
frequencies.
Variable Variable

DDS technology may skip points at higher frequenciesTrueform never skips points, and is always anti-aliased
Define any waveform shape and any waveform length using point-by -point arbitrary waveform capability. Your waveforms are always anti-aliased for exceptional accuracy, and you can play them at any rate you select. Play your signals as defined, at your exact sample rate, without the chance of missing short-duration anomalies that are critical for testing device reliability.
 

DDS

Waveform sequencing 
Waveform sequencing lets you create multiple configured waveforms with several common segments and lets you build long, complex waveforms using minimal instrument memory.
 

Waveform-sequencing

Pseudo-random binary sequence (PRBS) pattern generation
Test your digital serial buses by streaming standard PRBS patterns—like PN7 and PN19—without the need for a separate pulse generator. With fewer instruments, setting up your tests is easier. You won’t find these built-in PRBS patterns in competitive waveform generators.
 

Pseudo

Smart phone and tablet access to full documentation
Need a quick answer? Get instant access to instrument documentation in seven different languages in smart-phone-friendly WebHelp format. You can access all user documentation in the palm of your hand—no PC or hardcopy manuals required. Another feature you won’t find in competitive function/arb generators.
 

Smart-phone

Flexibility in creating and playing waveforms
There are five ways to create arbitrary waveforms for use with the 33500B generator.

  1. Use the included Waveform Builder Basic software to edit and download a waveform file to the generator 
  2. Use 33503A Waveform Builder Pro software to create more complex waveforms and sequencing
  3. Capture a waveform from an oscilloscope and download it to the generator
  4. Create a waveform in MATLAB, Excel, etc. and download it to the generator
  5. Use the generator’s front panel to edit a waveform once it is in the generator

You have lots of fl exibility to choose the way you want to work.
 

Flexibility

Built-in Web browser
Easily set up and control your 33500B Series generator remotely over a LAN connection using the built-in LXI Web browser. You can monitor your tests and adjust settings from another offi ce or room, or even from home.
 

Built-in-Web-browser

Use the optional high-stability timebase for even better accuracy
Get improved timebase stability and frequency accuracy using the optional high-stability timebase. The optional timebase offers 0.1 ppm  stability, which is 20x more stable than the standard timebase over one year.

Standard deep memory
If you want to test your design with long, complex waveforms with a variety of anomalies, you need to make sure your waveform generator has sufficient memory. The 33500B Series’ standard memory is 1 MSamples deep. Typical DDS generatorsoffer only a fraction of that amount but with the 33500B Series there is even a 16 MSample memory option available.
 

Standard-deep-memory

Trueform Technology 
Signal integrity: Test your devices with confidence that your signal generator is outputting the signals you expect
If your generator is introducing spurious signals or harmonics, you’ll have a hard time producing reliable designs. To be successful, you need to test with clean, precise, low-noise signals. Agilent 33500B Series waveform generators offer the highest signal fidelity so you can generate the exact waveforms you need for your most challenging measurements. You can be confident you are seeing your design’s characteristics, not your waveform generator’s, in your measurements.

33500B Series waveform generators offer the following advantages:

Lowest jitter

With 12x better jitter than anything in their class, 33500B Series waveform generators offer unparalleled edge stability. You can even use them as a system clock for timing and triggering your other instruments. With better jitter performance, you can place edges more accurately, helping you reduce timing errors in your circuit design. 
 

Trueform technology significantly improves jitter performance.
 

Trueform-technology

Faster edge timesThe 33500B Series’ 8.4-ns rise and fall times are more than twice as fast as you’ll find in typical waveform generators. You can place edges with more confidence and more accurately set trigger points. Because of the faster transition, higher harmonic content is created, which helps you expand your understanding of your circuit. 

Lowest harmonic distortion

With total harmonic distortion of just 0.04%, the 33500B Series offers 5x better fidelity than other generators. Clean, spurious-free signals don’t introduce noise or artifacts. See your design’s characteristics, not the waveform generator’s, in your measurements.
 

Lowest-harmonic
Agilent 33500B Series waveform generators offer the
lowest total harmonic distortion (THD) in its class.
Lowest-harmonic
Typical DDS generator has a higher noise floor and
greater harmonics.

Reproduce lower-voltage output signals
Today’s ultra-low-power products such as pacemakers, hearing aids and remote sensors use very low voltages. The 33500B Series lets you create signals as low as 1 mVpp. That’s 10x better amplitude resolution than typical waveform generators offer.

Full bandwidth modulation sources
Eliminate the need for an external modulation source. The 33500B Series has a modulation frequency up to the frequency of the waveform being modulated. Existing DDS-based generators have a much lower internal modulation frequency. Now you can create your complex signals all within a single generator.
 

modulation-sources

Highest amplitude resolution
The 33500B Series’ 16 bits of resolution is 4x that of most waveform generators. You can make output changes all the way down to 1 µV—exactly what you need for testing today’s low-voltage circuits and designs.
 

amplitude-resolution

Full bandwidth pulses
Create pulses up to 30 MHz with the 33500B Series.  Most DDS-based generators offer reduced bandwidth when generating pulses. With a broader operating range, you have the frequency you need for a wider range of applications.
 

bandwidth-pulses

Trueform Technology Select the capabilities you need now, then upgrade easily when your needs change

Investment protection
With most waveform generators, you get only what you pay for when you buy your instrument. But with 33500B Series waveform genera-tors, there are eight different models to choose from so you can purchase the capability you need now and upgrade later when your project needs change. Your investment in test equipment is protected. If you need to generate 30 MHz waveforms or arbitrary waveforms, or if you need deeper memory for generating more complex signals, you can easily add the capability after the fact with software upgrades. And there’s no price penalty for adding the capability later.
 

Investment
Select from eight models to get the capability that fi ts your budget
now—then take advantage of easy software upgrades to expand your
instrument’s capabilities when you are ready. 

Application-specifications
If you are doing simple experiments in digital communications, use the optional IQ  player to play IQ files on your 2-channel function generator.
 

Application-speci

 

Model No. Description ARB
33509B 20 MHz, 1-channel  
33510B 20 MHz, 2-channel  
33511B 20 MHz, 1-channel
33512B 20 MHz, 2-channel
33519B 30 MHz, 1-channel  
33520B 30 MHz, 2-channel  
33521B 30 MHz, 1-channel
33522B 30 MHz, 2-channel

8 models to choose from
Choose the model with the capability you need now, knowing you can upgrade later. All models come with a rich set of built-in, standard features, including LAN, USB and GPIB interfaces, 1 MSample of memory, an external timebase input, and basic wave-form generation software. You get everything you need to generate clean, precise, low-noise signals for testing your designs.
 

LAN Support
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Other Productivity tools

Easily create custom waveforms with advanced waveform creation and editing software
Get advanced signal creation/editing capability without tedious programming with optional 33503A BenchLink Waveform Builder Pro software. The Microsoft ®  Windows-based program provides easy-to-use creation tools, such as an equation editor, waveform math and drawing tools, that make it easy to create custom signals. It features a standard function library, waveform sequencer and filters as well as windowing functions that allow you to easily modify and further refine your waveform. A library of built-in signals helps you quickly create more complex waveforms.
 

Productivity-tools
Specifications
Unless otherwise stated, all specifications apply with a 50 Ω resistive load and auto range ON.
Instrument characteristics
Models & options
33509B/11B/19B/21B 1-channel
33510B/12B/20B/22B 2-channel
Option MEM Increases arbitrary waveform memory to 16 MSa/channel*
Option OCX OCXO timebase for ultra-high stability
Option IQP IQ player (Only available on 33512B and 33522B)
Waveforms
Standard Sine, square, ramp, pulse, triangle, Gaussian noise,
PRBS (Pseudorandom Binary Sequence), DC
Built-in arbitrary* Cardiac, exponential fall, exponential rise, Gaussian pulse,
Haversine, Lorentz, D-Lorentz, negative ramp, sinc
User-defined arbitrary* Up to 1 MSa (16 MSa with Option MEM) with multi-segment sequencing
Operating modes & modulation types
Operating modes Continuous, modulate, frequency sweep, burst, output gate
Modulation types AM, FM, PM, FSK, BPSK, PWM, Sum (carrier + modulation)
Waveform characteristics
Sine
Frequency range 1 µHz to 20 MHz or 30 MHz, 1 µHz resolution
Amplitude flatness (spec) 1, 2
(relative to 1 kHz)
< 100 kHz: ± 0.10 dB
100 kHz to 5 MHz: ± 0.15 dB
5 to 20 MHz: ± 0.30 dB
20 to 30 MHz:** ± 0.40 dB
Harmonic distortion (typ) 2, 3 < 20 kHz: < -70 dBc
20 to 100 kHz: < -65 dBc
100 kHz to 1 MHz: < -50 dBc
1 to 20 MHz: < -40 dBc
20 to 30 MHz:** < -35 dBc
THD (typ) 20 Hz to 20 kHz: < 0.04%
Non-harmonic spurious (typ) 2, 3 Standard: < -75 dBc, increasing +20 dB/decade above 2 MHz
Option OCX: < -75 dBc, increasing +20 dB/decade above 10 MHz
(or < -100 dBm, whichever is greater, below 500 MHz)
Phase noise (SSB) (typ) Standard Option OCX
1 kHz offset: -105 -110 dBc/Hz
10 kHz offset: -115 -125 dBc/Hz
100 kHz offset: -125 -135 dBc/Hz
*Only available on 33511B/12B/21B/22B
***Only available on 33519B/20B/21B/22B
Square & pulse
Frequency range 1 µHz to 20 MHz or 30 MHz, 1 µHz resolution
Rise and fall times (nom) Square: 8.4 ns, fixed
Pulse: 8.4 ns to 1 µs, independently variable, 100-ps or 3-digit resolution
Overshoot (typ) < 2%
Duty cycle 0.01% to 99.99% 8
Pulse width 16 ns minimum, 100-ps resolution
Jitter (cycle-to-cycle, typ) < 40 ps rms
Ramp & triangle
Frequency range 1 µHz to 200 kHz, 1 µHz resolution
Ramp symmetry 0.0% to 100.0%, 0.1% resolution
(0% is negative ramp, 100% is positive ramp, 50% is Triangle)
Nonlinearity (typ) < 0.05% from 5% to 95% of the signal amplitude
Gaussian noise
Bandwidth (typ) 1 mHz to 20 MHz or 30 MHz, variable
Crest factor (nom) 4.6
Repetition period > 50 years
Pseudorandom binary sequence (PRBS)
Bit rate 1 mbps to 50 Mbps, 1 mbps resolution
Sequence length 2 m -1, m=7, 9, 11, 15, 20, 23
Rise and fall times (nom) 8.4 ns to 1 µs, variable, 100-ps or 3-digit resolution
Arbitrary waveform characteristics
General
Waveform length 8 Sa to 1 MSa per channel (16 MSa with Option OCX) in increments of 1 sample
Sample rate 1 µSa/s to 250 MSa/s, 1 µSa/s resolution
Voltage resolution 16 bits
Bandwidth (-3 dB, nom) Filter Off: 40 MHz
“Normal” Filter On: 0.27 x (Sample Rate)
“Step” Filter On: 0.13 x (Sample Rate)
Rise and fall time 0.35 / Bandwidth (10 ns min) with "Normal" or "Step" filter On
Settling time (typ) < 200 ns to 0.5% of final value
Jitter (typ) Filter Off: < 40 ps rms
“Normal” or “Step” filter On: < 5 ps
IQ Player Characteristics
Balance Adjust
Amplitude Gain
(channel to channel amplitude balance)
-30% to +30%
Delta Offset Ch 1 and Ch 2 ± (5 VDC - Peak AC) into 50 Ω
± (10 VDC - Peak AC) into open circuit
IQ Signal Skew
(adjusts channel to channel skew)
-4.00 ns to +4.00 ns
Views
Amplitude vs. Time
X-Y (constellation diagram)
Waveform sequencing (Available only on 33511B/12B/21B/22B)
Operation Individual arbitrary waveforms (segments) can be combined into user-defined lists (sequences)
to form longer, more complex waveforms. Each sequence step specifies whether to repeat
the associated segment a certain number of times, to repeat it indefinitely, to repeat it until a
Trigger event occurs, or to stop and wait for a Trigger event. Additionally, the behavior of the
Sync output can be specified in each step.
To improve throughput, up to 32 sequences totalling up to 1,024 segments can be pre-loaded
into volatile memory.
Segment length 8 Sa to 1 MSa per channel (16 MSa with Option MEM) in increments of 1 sample
Sequence length 1 to 512 steps
Segment repeat count 1 to 1x10 6 , or infinite
Output characteristics
Isolation
Outputs Connector shells for channel output(s), Sync, and Mod In are connected
together but isolated from the instrument’s chassis. Maximum
allowable voltage on isolated connector shells is ±42 Vpk
Signal output
Output impedance (nom) 50 Ω
On, off, inverted User-selectable for each channel
Voltage limit User-definable VMAX and VMIN limits
Overload protection Output turns off automatically when an overload is applied
Instrument will tolerate a short-circuit to ground indefinitely
Amplitude
Range 1 mVpp to 10 Vpp into 50 Ω
2 mVpp to 20 Vpp into open circuit
Resolution 4 digits
Units Vpp, Vrms, or dBm, selectable
Accuracy 1, 2 (spec) ±1% of setting ±1 mVpp at 1 kHz
DC offset
Range 5 ±(5 VDC - Peak AC) into 50 Ω
±(10 VDC - Peak AC) into open circuit
Resolution 4 digits
Units VDC
Accuracy 1, 2 (spec) ±1% of Offset setting ±0.25% of Amplitude setting ±2mV
Frequency accuracy
Standard frequency reference (spec)
1 year, 23° C ± 5° C ±1 ppm of setting ± 15 pHz
1 year, 0° C to 55° C ±2 ppm of setting ± 15 pHz
High-stability frequency reference (spec): Option OCX
1 year, 0° C to 55° C ±0.1 ppm of setting ± 15 pHz
Modulation types and operating modes
Carrier AM FM PM FSK BPSK PWM Sum Burst Sweep
Sine and Square  
Pulse
Triangle and Ramp  
Gaussian Noise           ●a  
PRBS        
Single ARB*   ●b   ●b    
Sequenced ARB*              
a. Gated burst only. b. Applies to sample clock, not whole waveform.

 

Modulating signals
Carrier Sine Square Triangle / Ramp Noise PRBS ARB* External
Sine
Square and Pulse
Triangle and Ramp
Gaussian Noise  
PRBS  
ARB*  
* Only applies to 33511B/12B/21B/22B
Modulation characteristics
Amplitude modulation (AM)
Source Internal or external, or either channel with 2-channel models
Type Full-carrier or double-sideband suppressed-carrier
Depth 1 0% to 120%, 0.01% resolution
Frequency modulation (FM) 7
Source Internal or external, or either channel with 2-channel models
Deviation 1 µHz to 15 MHz, 1 µHz resolution
Phase modulation(PM)
Source Internal or external, or either channel with 2-channel models
Deviation 0° to 360°, 0.1° resolution
Frequency shift key modulation (FSK) 7
Source Internal timer or ext trig connector
Mark & space Any frequency within the carrier signal's range
Rate 0 Hz to 1 MHz
Binary phase shift key modulation (BPSK)
Source Internal timer or ext trig connector
Phase shift 0° to 360°, 0.1° resolution
Rate 0 Hz to 1 MHz
Pulse width modulation (PWM)
Source Internal or external, or either channel with 2-channel models
Deviation 8 0% to 100% of pulse width, 0.01% resolution
Additive modulation (Sum)
Source Internal or external, or either channel with 2-channel models
Ratio 6 0% to 100% of carrier amplitude, 0.01% resolution
Burst 9
Type Counted or gated
Count 1 to 1x10 8 cycles, or infinite
Gated Produces complete cycles while Ext Trig is asserted
Start/stop phase 4 -360° to 360°, 0.1° resolution
Trigger source Internal Timer or Ext Trig connector
Marker Adjustable to any cycle; indicated by the trailing edge of the Sync pulse
Sweep 7
Type Linear, Logarithmic, List (up to 128 user-defined frequencies)
Operation Linear and Logarithmic sweeps are characterized by a Sweep time (during which the
frequency changes smoothly from Start to Stop), a Hold time (during which the frequency
stays at the Stop frequency), and a Return time (during which the frequency changes
smoothly from Stop to Start). Returns are always linear.
Direction Up (Start freq < Stop freq) or Down (Start freq > Stop freq)
Start and stop frequencies Any frequency within the waveform's range
Sweep time Linear 1 ms to 3600 s, 1 ms resolution;
3601 s to 250,000 s, 1 s resolution
Logarithmic 1 ms to 500 s
Hold time 0 s to 3600 s, 1 ms resolution
Return time 0 s to 3600 s, 1 ms resolution
Trigger source 10 Immediate (continuous), external, single, bus, or timer
Marker Adjustable to any frequency between Start and Stop for Linear
and Logarithmic types or any frequency in the list for List type;
indicated by the trailing edge of the sync pulse
Internal timer for FSK, BPSK, BURST, and SWEEP
Range 1 µs to 8000s, 6-digit or 4 ns resolution
2-channel characteristics (Only applies to 33519B/20B/21B/22B)
Operating modes Independent, coupled parameter(s), combined (Ch 1 + Ch 2),
Equal (Ch 2 = Ch 1), or differential (Ch 2 = -Ch 1)
Parameter coupling None, frequency (ratio or difference) and/or amplitude and DC offset
Relative phase 0° to 360°, 0.1° resolution
Skew (typ) < 200 ps (when performing identical operations)
Crosstalk (typ) < -85 dB
Sync/marker output
Connector Front-panel BNC, isolated from chassis
Functions Sync, sweep marker, burst marker, or arbitrary waveform marker
Assignment Channel 1 or channel 2
Polarity Normal or inverted
Voltage level (nom) 3 Vpp into open circuit, 1.5 Vpp into 50 Ω
Output impedance (nom) 50 Ω
Minimum pulse width (nom) 16 ns
External trigger/gate
Connector Rear-panel BNC, chassis-referenced
Function Input or output
Assignment Channel 1, channel 2, or both (as input)
Channel 1 or channel 2 (as output)
Polarity Positive or negative slope
Voltage level (nom) 0 V to 0.4 V for low, > 2.3 V for high, 3.5 V maximum (as input)
3 Vpp (nom) into open circuit, 1.5 Vpp (nom) into 50 Ω (as output)
Impedance (nom) 10k Ω, DC-coupled (as input)
50 Ω (as output)
Minimum pulse width (nom) 16 ns
Input rate DC to 1 MHz
Minimum pulse width 100 ns (as input)
Duty cycle (nom) 50% (as output)
Trigger delay 0 s to 1000 s, 4 ns resolution; applies to all trigger events
Input latency (typ) < 135 ns with Trigger Delay set to zero
Input jitter (typ) < 2.5 ns, rms
Fanout ≤ 4 total Agilent 33500B Series waveform generators
Modulation input
Connector Rear-panel BNC, isolated
Assignment Channel 1, Channel 2, or both
Voltage level ±5 V full-scale
Input impedance (nom) 5k Ω
Bandwidth (-3 dB, typ) 0 Hz to 100 kHz
Frequency reference input
Connector Rear-panel BNC, isolated from chassis and all other connectors
Reference selection Internal, external, or auto
Frequency range Standard 10 MHz ± 20 Hz
Option OCX 10 MHz ± 1 Hz
Lock time (typ) <2 s
Voltage level 200 mVpp to 5 Vpp
Input Impedance (nom) 1k Ω || 20 pF, AC-coupled
Frequency reference output
Connector Rear-panel BNC, chasis-referenced
Frequency (nom) 10 MHz
Output impedance (nom) 50 Ω, AC-coupled
Level (nom) 0 dBm, 632 mVpp into 50 Ω
Real-time clock/calendar
Set and read Year, month, day, hour, minute, second
Battery CR-2032 coin-type, replacable, >5-year life (typ)
RealProgramming times (meas.)
Configuration change speed
ARB* LAN (socket) LAN (VXI-11) USB 2.0 GPIB
Change function 5 ms 6 ms 5 ms 5 ms
Change frequency 2 ms 3 ms 2 ms 3 ms
Change amplitude 20 ms 20 ms 19 ms 22 ms
Select user arb (16 k) 9 ms 11 ms 9 ms 9 ms
Arbitrary waveform download speed to volatile
(binary transfer) LAN (socket) LAN (VXI-11) USB 2.0 GPIB
4 k sample 6 ms 18 ms 8 ms 39 ms
1 M sample 1.3 s 2.6 s 13 s 9.1 s
Memory
Arbitrary waveform and instrument state memory
Volatile 1x10 6 samples per channel or 16x10 6 samples per channel (Option MEM)
512 sequence steps per channel
Non-volatile File sytem file space is limited to 64 MB
(~32 MSa of arbitrary waveform records)
Non-volatile File sytem file space is limited to 64 MB
(~32 MSa of arbitrary waveform records)
Instrument state
Store / Recall User defined instrument states
Power Off Power Off state automatically saved
Power On Factory default settings or last power off settings
USB File System
Front-panel port USB 2.0 high-speed mass storage (MSC) class device
Capability Read or write instrument configuration settings, instrument states
and user arbitrary waveform and sequence files.
Speed 10 MB/s (nom)
General characteristics
Computer interfaces
LXI- C (rev1.3) 10/100Base-T Ethernet (Sockets & VXI-11 protocol)
USB2.0 (USB-TMC488 protocol)
GPIB/IEEE-488.1, IEEE-488.2
Web user interface Remote operation and monitoring
Programming language SCPI-1999, IEEE-488.2
Agilent 33210A / 33220A compatibile
Graphical display 4.3" Color TFT WQVGA (480x272) with LED backlight
Mechanical
Size 261.1mm W x 103.8mm H x 303.2mm D (with bumpers installed)
212.8mm W x 88.3mm H x 272.3mm D (with bumpers removed)
2U x ½ rack width
Weight (nom) 3.3 kg (7.2 lbs)
Environmental
Storage temperature -40˚C to 70˚C
Warm-up time 1 hour
Operating environment EN61010, polution degree 2; indoor locations
Operating temperature 0˚C to 55˚C
Operating humidity 5% to 80% RH, non-condensing
Operating altitude up to 3000 meters
Regulatory
Safety Complies with European Low Voltage Directive and carries the CE-marking.
Conforms to UL 61010-1, CSA C22.2 61010-1, and IEC 61010-1:2001
EMC Complies with European EMC Directive for test and measurement products.
- IEC/EN 61326-1
- CISPR Pub 11 Group 1, class A
- AS/NZS CISPR 11
- ICES/NMB-001
Complies with Australian standard and carries C-Tick mark
This ISM device complies with Canadian ICES-001.
Cet appareil ISM est conforme a la norme NMB-001 du Canada
Acoustic Noise (nom) SPL 35 dB(A)
Line power
Voltage 100 V - 240 V 50/60 Hz -5%, +10%
100 V - 120 V 400 Hz ±10%
Power consumption (typ) < 45 W, < 130 VA
Warranty 1 year standard, 3 years optional