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  • Vibration Test Systems

    G-0 Series - Shinken Co. LTD.

    The G-0 Series Vibration Test Systems consist of all-round, rugged, high quality vibration generators energy-efficient solid-state PWM power amplifiers, ideally suited to any vibration tests requiring high reliability such as MIL, IEC and JIS standardized tests for aircraft, automobiles, electronic components, electric apparatus and aerospace equipment. 

  • Spread Spectrum Generator

    LRS-220 - New Wave Instruments

    The LRS-220 includes all the functionality of the LRS-205, but is equipped with two sequence generators, thus enabling it to generate Gold, JPL and syncopated codes. The LRS-220 generates PN sequences that are useful for developing and testing both spread spectrum and conventional data communication systems. These sequences are generated with configurable 32-stage linear-feedback shift registers (LFSR).

  • Universal Interface

    UI-5000 - Pasco

    Boasts 4 PASPORT Sensor Ports, 4 Photogate Ports, 4 Analog Ports and can be a digital multimeter; a 500 kHz oscilloscope; a 100 kHz power function generator; dual function generators; a nuclear counter and more. Connects via USB.

  • Test Cables

    AST Labs

    Test cables for tone generators, butt sets, oscilloscopes, digital multi-meters (DMM), and other test equipment that uses specialized connectors like Bed of Nails alligator clips, RJ11, sheathed banana plugs, etc. Our cables are similar and replaces genuine manufacturer cables from Fluke, Harris, Tektronix, HP, JDSU etc.

  • Sweep Generator

    G440XE - Elmika

    The G440XE Sweep Generators are portable powerful wideband general-purpose sources for swept and CW microwave measurements in local or remote operation modes. It incorporates the efficiency of micro-processing control with state-of-the-art BWO oscillator to produce a high performance sweep generator system suited for either manual or automated measurements.

  • Research & Electronic Test Products

    CAL-AV Labs, Inc.

    he CAL-AV Research & Electronic Test Product line includes Explosive Test Site Range Instrumentation, Illuminated Laser Warning Signs and Special Projects.. Firesets, CDU’s EDU’s, Delay generators, firing panels, and custom instruments. Fiber-optic and computer-control options.

  • High Impedance Differential Relay

    Mors Smitt Group

    High impedance protection schemes are widely used for the protection of BUS bars, generators, motors & power transformers. BUS bar protection schemes utilizing electromechanical high impedance differential relays are often used due to their simplicity, reliability & comparatively low cost.

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generator

    DG1022Z - Rigol Technologies Inc.

    The DG1000Z Series Waveform Generators adds to RIGOL's extensive portfolio of feature rich test and measurement equipment. Powered by Rigol's innovative SiFi technology, the DG1000Z is ideal for low frequency testing applications requiring high signal fidelity, low noise floor and long arbitrary waveform length. The 2 channel DG1000Z series features Best-In-Class memory depth of 2 MPts on the DG1022Z or 8 Mpts on the 30 and 60 MHz models, all with an available option for 16 Mpts. optional to facilitate deeper, more intricate arbitrary waveforms and includes up to 160 built-in waveforms for quick and easy access to more predefined signals. These generators provide +/-1ppm frequency stability and -125dBc/Hz phase noise for high signal fidelity and low noise, predictable signal generation. The DG1000Z series delivers up to 200 MSa/s sample rate and 14 bits vertical resolution allowing users to achieve fine resolution and signal detail while emulating small voltage changes on a large output range. Available in models up to 60 MHz [The DG1062Z (60MHz)], these generators offer a wide range of modulations including AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, PSK and PWM.

  • RF Noise Source

    Pasternack Enterprises, Inc.

    Pasternack RF noise source category (also known as noise generators) are diode-based microwave components that produce white noise for system performance evaluation such as noise figure. RF noise source / noise generators from Pasternack are commonly used in production and lab test environments. Our RF noise sources are available with two different noise outputs including medium noise sources and high noise sources. 50 Ohm RF noise source components are available with 1.85mm, 2.92mm, 3.5mm or SMA RF outputs and BNC bias or SMA connector inputs. Our RF noise source series has operating frequencies ranging from 1 GHz to 18 GHz. These RF noise sources have a maximum noise output between 15.5 dB and 35 dB excess noise ratio (ENR). Many of our RF coaxial noise source generators are REACH or RoHS compliant. Like our other over 40,000 RF, microwave and millimeter wave components from Pasternack, this RF noise source generator series is in-stock. Not only are these in stock, but the radio frequency noise source products will ship the same day as they are purchased.

  • Surface Temperature Tester

    312F - Martindale Electric, Ltd.

    Model 312F is built for rough industrial use without any lessening of accuracy. The bimetallic sensor is a specialty processed alloy that is conditioned and tested for permanent calibration and maximum stability. Recommended primarily for temperature measurement of electric motors and generators, bearings, etc., this tester can be used for checking any other surface within the range of 0° F to 250°. Calibration is for use in an ambient temperature of about 70° F. Higher or lower surrounding air temperatures will result in slightly higher or lower readings. Three minutes should be allowed for the instrument to reach full stability when taking a reading.

  • GPS/IRIG B Video Synchronizer

    6140 - Instrumentation Technology Systems

    The unit consists of a twelve channel GPS receiver, the output of which is used to synchronize an IRIG B time code generator. The IRIG B signal is then used to drive the color and monochrome video sync generators. The 6140 provides a precise IRIG B serial time code output, an RS-170 composite video signal and an RS-170A (NTSC) composite signal with black burst. The unit automatically acquires all in-view satellites upon power up and locks the internal IRIG B time code generator to the GPS time reference. The Video Sync Generators then lock to the IRIG B. Lock status is displayed by LED indicators on the front panel. If the GPS lock is lost the 6140 will automatically switch to an internal clock and continue generating the output IRIG B signal. No discernible change in the IRIG B output or video sync will occur due to this transition.

  • PXI Analog Output Module

    PXI-6733 / 778512-01 - National Instruments

    16-Bit, 8-Channel, 1 MS/s PXI Analog Output Module—The PXI‑6733 is a high-speed analog output device designed to deliver simultaneous, multichannel updates for control and waveform output applications, such as stimulus-response tests (including acoustic distortion testing) and simulation (such as three-phase power simulation). In addition, the device provides eight 5 V TTL/CMOS digital I/O lines; two 24‑bit, 20 MHz counter/timers; and digital triggering and external clocking capabilities. The PXI‑6733 can replace several kinds of instruments, including stand-alone proportional integral derivative (PID) controllers, low-speed arbitrary waveform generators, and function generators. You can control each data point for each channel to define common waveforms, such as square, sine, or sawtooth, as well as complex waveforms.

  • PXI Analog Output Module

    PXI-6722 / 778999-01 - National Instruments

    13-Bit, 8-Channel, 800 kS/s PXI Analog Output Module—The PXI‑6722 is a high-speed analog output device designed to deliver simultaneous, multichannel updates for control and waveform output applications, such as stimulus-response, power supply control, high-speed, deterministic control, and sensor/signal simulation. In addition, the device provides eight 5 V TTL/CMOS digital I/O lines; two 24‑bit, 20 MHz counter/timers; and digital triggering and external clocking capabilities. The PXI‑6722 can replace several kinds of instruments, including stand-alone proportional integral derivative (PID) controllers, low-speed arbitrary waveform generators, and function generators. You can control each data point for each channel to define common waveforms, such as square, sine, or sawtooth, as well as complex waveforms.

  • PXI Analog Output Module

    PXI-6713 / 777795-01 - National Instruments

    12-Bit, 8-Channel, 1 MS/s PXI Analog Output Module—The PXI‑6713 is a high-speed analog output device designed to deliver simultaneous, multichannel updates for control and waveform output applications, such as stimulus-response, power supply control, high-speed, deterministic control, and sensor/signal simulation. In addition, the device provides eight 5 V TTL/CMOS digital I/O lines; two 24‑bit, 20 MHz counter/timers; and digital triggering and external clocking capabilities. The PXI‑6713 can replace several kinds of instruments, including stand-alone proportional integral derivative (PID) controllers, low-speed arbitrary waveform generators, and function generators. You can control each data point for each channel to define common waveforms, such as square, sine, or sawtooth, as well as complex waveforms.

  • PXI Analog Output Module

    PXI-6711 / 777794-01 - National Instruments

    12-Bit, 4-Channel, 1 MS/s PXI Analog Output Module—The PXI‑6711 is a high-speed analog output device designed to deliver simultaneous, multichannel updates for control and waveform output applications, such as stimulus-response, power supply control, high-speed, deterministic control, and sensor/signal simulation. In addition, the device provides eight 5 V TTL/CMOS digital I/O lines; two 24‑bit, 20 MHz counter/timers; and digital triggering and external clocking capabilities. The PXI‑6711 can replace several kinds of instruments, including stand-alone proportional integral derivative (PID) controllers, low-speed arbitrary waveform generators, and function generators. You can control each data point for each channel to define common waveforms, such as square, sine, or sawtooth, as well as complex waveforms.