Offering More Connectivity Options, More Short Circuit Protection Options, with Excellent Trigger Accuracy and Performance.
Tel-Hanan Israel, January 2012 – Tabor Electronics has recently announced an upgrade to its award winning Pulse Master Series Waveform Generators. The new and upgraded PM8571A and PM8572A single and dual channel pulse waveform generators will support new interfacing options, short circuit protection and more accurate signals. The new Pulse Master Series has been upgraded to include a USB host enabling the loading and saving of waveforms and setups. Different devices such as a USB stick, CD ROM and DVD can be connected to the instrument to load previously programmed waveforms and setups without the need of a PC or Laptop.
Other additions to the new PM series include a 10Vpp short circuit protection for applications where there is a high risk of burning the output. Many applications utilizing pulses require extremely accurate and precise triggering capabilities, the new PM8571A and PM8572A now offer a trigger jitter lower than 100ps, providing users with extremely high levels of signal precision in their various testing scenarios.
About Tabor Electronics
Established in 1971, Tabor Electronics has become a world-leading provider of high-end signal sources, featuring: pulse, function and arbitrary waveform generators, high-voltage amplifiers, waveform and modulation creation software. Tabor has earned global recognition for its highly skilled workforce and innovative engineering capabilities. In addition to offering a full range of self-branded instruments, Tabor is also a world-class OEM that private-labels a variety of products for industry leaders. Technologically advanced, featuring the highest levels of performance, reliability, and most importantly, price-competitive, Tabor’s products are sought-after in a diverse array of applications.
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