B&K Precision 4014B DDS Function Generator

22438.1 MFG #: 4014B
$0.00 / EA
  • Condition: New
  • Manufacturer: B&K Precision

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  • Description

    12 MHz Sine and square waveforms Linear or log sweep function Variable duty cycle AM/FM modulation Internal/External triggering Built-in counter USB interface Large color LCD display SCPI compliant command set Short circuit protection on output Store and recall up to 10 instrument settings or 20 instrument settings Three-year warranty

    The 4014B is a versatile and high-performance sweep function generator designed with a dual technology architecture combining direct digital synthesis (DDS) and a low-jitter square wave generator. The 4014B generates sine, square, and triangle waveforms with high signal precision and stability. It provide variable output voltages from 0 to 10 Vpp into 50 ohms (up to 20 Vpp into open circuit), linear and logarithmic sweep, AM/FM modulation, and a continuously variable DC offset to inject signals directly into circuits at the correct bias level.

    The 4014B can be programmed remotely via the USB (virtual COM) interface using SCPI commands. Additionally, application software is available from B&K Precision that provides virtual front panel emulation, allowing users to remotely control their instrument without the need for programming.

    Included: Instruction manual on CD, power cord, USB (type A to B) interface cable, and certificate of calibration.

    B&K Precision High-performance DDS Function Generators

    Specifications 4007B 4013B 4014B 4040B 4045B
    Frequency
    (sine & square)
    0.1 Hz - 7 MHz 0.1 Hz - 12 MHz 0.01 Hz - 12 MHz 0.01 Hz - 20 MHz
    Frequency (triangle/ramp) 0.1 Hz - 1 MHz 0.01 Hz – 1 MHz 0.01 Hz – 2 MHz
    Output range (50 Ω) 10 mVpp to 10 Vpp
    Distortion DC - 100 kHz, -55 dBc 0 – 1 MHz, < - 60 dBc
    Variable Duty Cycle
    (square)
    20% - 80% to 1 MHz 20% to 80 %, up to 2 MHz
    Variable Duty Cycle (triangle) 20% - 80% to 2 MHz for square,
    0% - 100% in 1% steps
    1 % to 99 % in 1% steps,
    up to 200 kHz