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March, 2020


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RIGOL Expands Portfolio of Arbitrary Function Generators


Beaverton, OR — RIGOL Technologies has intro- duced its DG2000 series of arbitrary function gen- erators, expanding its portfolio of more rugged and industrial devices. The DG2000 delivers the same performance as the company’s DG900 series gener- ators. There are three DG2000 models that range from 50 to 100 MHz, making it suitable for today’s mainstream requirements. In addition to 16-bit resolution, the DG2000


includes all of the same advanced SiFi II capabili- ties as the DG900. Features, including dual-tone, harmonics and sequencing provide powerful gener- ation capabilities useful for filter, noise and RF testing. Simple communications traffic generation is enabled with pseudo-random bit streams and integrated RS-232 patterns, which makes testing control and communications links easier than ever before. The design of the DG2000


comes with a ruggedized mechanical package and UI, making it appropri- ate for manufacturing and automat- ed industrial applications. Beyond its rugged mechanical design, the DG2000 in cludes network/LAN capa- bility for instrument automation and control, as well as a hybrid UI, adding popular function buttons and


CUI Expands Green Power Supply Offering


Tualatin, OR — CUI has added six low-power, open-frame AC-DC power supply series to its VOF product fam- ily. The VOF-15C, VOF30C, VOF- 40C, VOF-45C, VOF-60C, and VOF- 65C are 15, 30, 40, 45, 60 and 65W additions to the company’s general- purpose AC-DC power supply portfo- lio, which now ranges from 3 to 550W. The supplies were developed to meet the growing demand for green power technology. Housed in compact, chassis- mount packages as small as 2.5 x 1.8


controls to the front panel that work in harmony with the standard touchscreen interface. Lastly,


rack-mount kits are available for simple mounting into systems and automated environments. The DG2000, DG900 and DG800 are all pow-


ered by RIGOL’s enhanced SiFi II technology. The SiFi point-to-point sampling technology ensures high-fidelity arb generation with easy set up and adjustment. This capability has been enhanced by adding additional interpolation, step and smooth filtering, which allow users to modify waveform characteristics in both the time and frequency domains in ways that can be challenging in other


manufacturers’ point-to-point sampling solutions. Contact: RIGOL Technologies, 10200 S.W.


DG2000 series ruggedized arbitrary waveform generator.


Allen Boulevard, Suite C, Beaverton, OR 97005 % 503-465-4626 E-mail: michael.rizzo@rigol.com Web: www.rigolna.com


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Low-power, open-frame AC-DC power supplies.


x 0.8 in. (64 x 46 x 19 mm), the new models also offer industry-standard footprints and no-load power con- sumption less than 500 mW. Along with UL/EN/IEC 62368-1


certification and CISPR32/EN 55032 Class B compliance, these open-frame modules have universal input voltage ranges (85 to 264 VAC), 3 kVAC isola- tion and up to 48 VDC rated output voltages. The VOF-15C and VOF-30C series are designed to meet UL/EN/ IEC 60335 requirements. The VOF’s efficient design, compact size and reli- ability make these power supplies an excellent solution for a range of con- sumer, industrial, ITE, and smart


home applications. Contact: CUI, Inc., 20050 S.W.


112th Avenue, Tualatin, OR 97062 % 503-612-2300


E-mail: jgaberria@cui.com Web: www.cui.com


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