Saelig Introduces New Rigol DG800/900 16-bit AWGs With Advanced Features

September 11, 2018 Saelig Co. Inc.
Rigol DG800 AWG from Saelig
Rigol DG800 AWG from Saelig

Saelig Company, Inc. has introduced two new 16-bit Arbitrary Waveform Generator series from Rigol Technologies. Both series are designed with unique SiFi II (Signal Fidelity II) technology to generate accurate 16-bit standard and arbitrary waveforms point by point from large internal memory series. These versatile signal sources produce precise, very low jitter waveforms with high frequency stability and are housed in cleverly designed cases that eliminate the need for internal cooling fans, giving silent operation. A 4.3” touch display provides exceptional control and waveform viewing. The touch-enabled user-interface design provides an efficient operational experience, even supporting tap and drag operations.

The Rigol DG800 Series 10/25/35MHz Single- and Dual-channel Generators sample at 125MSa/sec and produce advanced signals from a 2Mpt (8Mpt optional) memory. The Rigol DG900 Series 50/70/100MHz Dual Channel Function Generators have a sampling rate of 250MSa/sec and a huge 16Mpt memory.

The units can output min/max signals of 1.0mVpp to 10Vpp into 50ohms and provide analog and digital modulation functions that include AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, PSK, and PWM. Arbitrary waveform sequence and waveforms also can be generated or edited through the available PC software. A multitude of built-in arbitrary waveforms are included with both series to cover the common signals in most engineering applications, medical electronics, auto electronics, math processing, and other fields. Also included in the design is a built-in 7 digit 240MHz full-featured frequency counter.

The DG800 and DG900 AWGs represent excellent, versatile 16-bit signal generators with a performance and feature set normally reserved for much more expensive instruments. .

Made by Rigol Technologies Inc., a leading manufacturer of precision electronic instrumentation for test and measurement, the DG800/900 Series AWGs are available now from Saelig Company, Inc., their USA technical distributor.

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