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We no longer have this series in our product range, please refer to our overview page.
The Aim-TTi TG2000 function generators have a frequency range from 1 mHz to 10 MHz or 20 MHz. The Aim-TTi TG1000 is a one channel version and the Aim-TTi TG2000 is the two channel version. The TG2000 has a USB interface and an RS-232 interface.
The Aim-TTi TG series includes the following two models:
TG1000 – 10 MHz, no interface
TG2000 – 20 MHz, USB and RS-232 interface
Today, Aim-TTi is one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of General Purpose electronic test equipment, and laboratory power supplies, with sales of these products in more than fifty countries. All Aim-TTi products are designed and manufactured in Huntingdon, United Kingdom.
For more information on function and pulse generators, please refer to the overview pages. Should you require additional information, please contact one of our consultants, they will be happy to help you find the right solution for your application.
For a complete overview of TTi products, please visit their website at www.aimtti.com.
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