Equipment information

LeCroy LW400A Generator
Model: LW400A
Date: 1999
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Generator
Description: Arbitrary Waveform Generator

The LeCroy LW400 makes it easy to create and edit waveforms The LW400 combines complete on board word proccessor like cut, copy and paste, waveform editing with live waveform feature manipulation and waveform generation. Salient benefits include: 1. 100 psec feature placement resolution 2. 400 MS/s maximum sample clock for each channel 3. Sample Clock: LW400 series sample clock rate is selectable within five decade ranges as described—see chapter13 LW400A and the LW400B series sample clock is continuosly variable from 6 KHz to 400 MHz with a 1 Hz resolution—see chapter 13 4. 100 MHz analog bandwidth 5. Fast Switch Group Sequence mode switches waveforms in < 11 ms minimizing test execution time. 6. 1 channel (LW410/LW410A/LW410B) and 2 channel (LW420/LW420A/lw420B) versions 7. Live update of waveform output 8. Stand alone design, no PC required 9. Waveform Data formats for Spreadsheets, PSpice™, MathCad™, MatLab™, ASCII, and others 10. Up to 1 megabyte of playback memory (256 k standard) 11. Hard Disk of >400 Mbyte standard 12. 3.5” DOS compatible floppy disk for waveforms, sequence, equators, and projects, file transfer and storage 13. GPIB 14. SCPI compatible command set 15. Centronics hard copy interfaces 16. Internal Asynchronous noise source on the LW400 and LW400A series (not available on the LW400B series).

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type: User Manual LeCroy-5678-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages: 270
Size: 2.31 Mbytes (2417468 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: D
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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MD5: 592030650436a7394a89ee7e1861e0f1
Downloads: 852 since 30 March 2014

The LW400 Series arbitrary waveform Generator is designed to be operated without having to refer to this manual. This is made possible by the intuitive controls and guiding menus. Most of the arbitrary waveform Generator functions are accessed using the Operation Keys clustered around the rotary knob. The other push buttons give access to the useful new features offered by this innovative instrument. A built-in Help library is provided for instant aid in answering questions while operating the AWG. It is suggested that this manual be used to: 1. Gain an overview of the instrument 2. Familiarize you with the terminology 3. Provide detailed descriptions of the various functions 4. Illustrate the use of the new features of the instrument Perhaps the best way to use it is to read through the early sections and then browse through the later chapters in order to become familiar with the LW400’s capabilities. The Table of Contents is organized so that you can find the right information by locating the things you want to do.


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