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The AimTTi TF930 Universal Counter uses an internal temperature-compensated TCXO of high quality. The lifespan is small and stable over ±1 ppm over the entire temperature range. An external reference can also be used. The measuring range runs from 0.001 Hz to 3 GHz.
At one second measuring time eight significant digits are available, nine in 10 s and ten digits in 100 s with accuracy of plus or minus two of the least significant digit. Input A is configurable on both AC and DC, impedance, input damping, threshold voltage and rising or falling edge.
The available measurement functions of this instrument are frequency, period time, pulse-width, duty-cycle and frequency ratio, in addition to event counting.
Via USB the instrument can be controlled from a PC. With the internal NiMH batteries the instrument can measure 24 hours (typ.).
For more information about frequency counters we would like to refer you to the overview page or contact one of our consultants. They will be happy to help you find the right solution for your application.
Open the datasheet for detailed specifications of this product.
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