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learn:instrumentation:tutorials:openlogger:wavegen [2019/01/10 20:56]
Arthur Brown
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James Colvin
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 ====== OpenLogger - Function Generator ====== ====== OpenLogger - Function Generator ======
  
-The OpenLogger has one function generator channel that can generate 10-bit analog waveforms at up to 10 MS/s with frequency range of 1 Hz to 200 kHz and a voltage range of 3V peak-to-peak and offset of ±1.5V. The function generator can support a 20 mA output current.+The OpenLogger has one function generator channel that can generate 10-bit analog waveforms at up to MS/s with frequency range of 1 Hz to 200 kHz and a voltage range of 3V peak-to-peak and offset of ±1.5V. The function generator can support a 20 mA output current.
  
 **Note:** //The tutorial video below was created for the OpenScope MZ rather than the OpenLogger. There are no significant differences between the Function Generator features of the OpenLogger and OpenScope MZ.// **Note:** //The tutorial video below was created for the OpenScope MZ rather than the OpenLogger. There are no significant differences between the Function Generator features of the OpenLogger and OpenScope MZ.//