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Buy Thurlby Thandar Instruments Bench Power Supply, 240W, 2 Output, 0 → 32V, 0 → 3A With UKAS Calibration PL330DP. Browse our latest Bench Power Supplies offers. Free Next Day Delivery available. AIM-TTI AIM & THURLBY THANDAR INSTRUMENTS Aim-TTi designs and manufactures advanced electronic test and measurement equipment and laboratory power supplies. Our products are available to purchase throughout the world. Thurlby Thandar Instruments Ltd. Glebe Road. Huntingdon. Cambs. PE29 7DR. United Kingdom. Tel: +44 1480 412451 About TTi and Aim-TTi Excellence through experience Thurlby Thandar Instruments (TTi) is one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of test and measurement instruments. Products are sold under two brand names - TTi.

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  • AIM & THURLBY THANDAR INSTRUMENTS Advanced Pulse and Universal Generators - Single or Dual Channel TGP3100 Series 50MHz pulses, 0.1ns period and delay resolution, fully variable rise/fall True pulse generator operation including low jitter asynchronous pulses 50Mbps pulse pattern generation up to 65536 bits with preamble.
  • AIM & THURLBY THANDAR INSTRUMENTS 1200 watt dc power supplies with PowerFlex regulation QPX1200S & QPX1200SP Variable voltage/current combinations over a wide range Up to 60 volts and up to 50 amps within a power envelope Linear final regulation provides very low output ripple & noise Analog, RS-232, USB, GPIB & LAN interfaces (model dependent).

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This synthesized programmable function Generator has the following features: • Sinewaves up to 40MHz, squarewaves up to 50MHz • 11 standard waveforms available plus pulse and arbitrary • User defined pulses and pulse trains with 10ns resolution • Arbitrary waveforms up to 100MHz sampling frequency • Up to 4 arbitrary waveforms of 4 to 64k points with 12 bit vertical resolution • Triggering, summing and modulation of all output waveforms • RS232 and USB and optional GPIB interfaces The instrument uses a combination of direct digital synthesis and variable clock techniques to provide high performance and extensive facilities in a compact instrument. It can generate a wide variety of waveforms between 0·1mHz and 50MHz with high resolution and accuracy. Arbitrary waveforms may be played back with 12 bit vertical resolution and from 4 to 65536 horizontal points. All waveforms can be swept over their full frequency range at a rate variable between 1 millisecond and 15 minutes. Sweep can be linear or logarithmic, single or continuous. Single sweeps can be triggered from the front panel, the trigger input, or the digital interfaces. A sweep marker is provided. Amplitude Modulation is available for all waveforms and is controlled from an external Generator via the MODULATION input socket. Signal Summing is available for all waveforms and is controlled from an external Generator via the SUM input socket. All waveforms are available as a Triggered Burst whereby each active edge of the trigger signal will produce one burst of the carrier. The number of cycles in the burst can be set between 1 and 1048575. The Gated mode turns the output signal On when the gating signal is true and Off when it is false. Both Triggered and Gated modes can be operated from the internal Trigger Generator (0.005Hz to 100kHz), from an external source (dc to 1MHz) or by a key press or remote command. The signals from the REF IN/OUT socket and the SYNC OUT socket can be used to phase lock two instruments. This can be used to generate multi−phase waveforms or locked waveforms of different frequencies. The Generator parameters are clearly displayed on a back lite LCD with 4 rows of 20 characters. Soft−keys and sub menus are used to guide the user through even the most complex functions. All parameters can be entered directly from the numeric keypad. Alternatively most parameters can be incremented or decremented using the rotary control. This system combines quick and easy numeric data entry with quasi−analogue adjustment when required. The Generator has RS232 and USB interfaces as standard which can be used for remote control of all of the instrument functions or for the down−loading of arbitrary waveforms. As well as operating in conventional RS232 mode the serial Interface can also be used in addressable mode whereby up to 32 instruments can be linked to a single PC serial port. There is also a GPIB option.