DROK® XR2206 High Precision Function Signal Generator, DIY Kit Output 1Hz-1MHz Frequency Generates Sine/Square/Triangle Wave, Adjustable Frequency Amplitude High Resolution


Product Description
Parameters:
Waveforms: Square, Sine & Triangle wave
Voltage Supply: DC 9-12V or 9V battery (NOT Included)
Impedance: 600 Ohm + 10%
Frequency: 1Hz - 1MHz

SQUARE WAVE
Amplitude: 8V (no load) at 9V DC input
Rise Time: Less than 50ns (at 1kHz)
Fall Time: Less than 30ns (at 1kHz)
Symmetry: Less than 5% (at 1kHz)

SINE WAVE
Amplitude: 0 - 3V (at 9V DC input)
Distortion: Less than 1% (at 1kHz)
Flatness: +0.05dB 1Hz - 100kHz

TRIANGLE WAVE
Amplitude: 0 - 3V (at 9V DC input)
Linearity: Less than 1% (up to 100kHz) 10mA

Package Includes:
1* XR2206 Signal Generator

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  • This signal generator DIY kit is a professional product which can generate square wave, sine wave and triangle wave with high resolution.
  • It's based on voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) chip which is usually used on electronic instruments.
  • With wide range of power supply, it's suggested to use DC 9-12V external power supply or 9V battery(NOT Included).
  • The frequency range is 1Hz-1MHz; with adjustable frequency and amplitude, frequency adjustment can be coarse tuning and fine tuning.
  • This kit is very easy to assemble and portable to hold.

One comment

  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    The soldering on the board was not bad however the board had few big globs of solder …, 27 Mar. 2017

    By Mike S (UK) –

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    This review is from: DROK® XR2206 High Precision Function Signal Generator, DIY Kit Output 1Hz-1MHz Frequency Generates Sine/Square/Triangle Wave, Adjustable Frequency Amplitude High Resolution (Electronics)

    The soldering on the board was not bad however the board had few big globs of solder on the back that needed trimming. The plastic case had a slight crack in it however did not affect the strength too much and not all of the holes in the plastic shell were properly drilled. I trimmed the solder blobs off the back of the board taking care not to affect the connections. But even after trimming, the plastic shell pieces did not fit as designed as the board with the soldering was still too thick. To enclose the board I just used the long screws and nuts provided to mount the board to the bottom plastic piece. Then I secured the top and two front / back side pieces to the mount using thin cable ties. I did not manage to attach the two side pieces as the cut-outs for the input power supply and output leads were no longer aligned. Not pretty but functional. As a function generator the board is OK. The square wave is fair and has some noise that could be filtered out. However, I could not tell the difference between the triangle and sine waves on my oscilloscope. Probably due to noise. Also in some cases the tops of the sine/triangle waves were flattened. Need to experiment with it a bit more.

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