July 11, 2011

Tabor Electronics Introduces a New 50MS/s PCIBus Single-Channel Arbitrary Waveform / Function Generator

TEL-HANAN – Tabor Electronics recently announced the release of its new 50MS/s PCIbus Arbitrary Waveform / Function Generator, model 5325.

Model 5325 is a single-channel waveform generator that combines industry leading performance in a stand-alone, PCI based platform. The new model combines all the abilities of a function generator, arbitrary waveform generator, programmable sequencer, pulse generator, and modulation generator, in one instrument. The 14 bit, 50MS/s 5325 can generate complex and accurate signals giving users the flexibility and power to generate any waveform type for a limitless number of applications.

Key Features:
  • Single-channel 50MS/s PCIBus waveform generator
  • Sine and Square waves generated to 25MHz
  • 14 Bit amplitude resolution
  • 1M waveform memory
  • 10 Vp-p into 50 ohms, double into open circuit
  • ArbConnection software for easy waveform creation & control

Ron Glazer, Tabor's VP Marketing & Business Development commented: "Model 5325 extends Tabor's PCI product line offering for customers that need lower frequencies, without compromising on brand, performance and reliability, which are well associated with Tabor's products."

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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