The F101b square wave frequency generator is a relatively small module that can generate 5V fixed voltage square waves. It requires an Android tablet to run and communicates wirelessly via Bluetooth to the tablet. Program files written for our current F125 are compatible with the F101. It is ideally suited to drive any equipment that requires a fixed 5V square wave.
F101b Technical Specifications
- DDS square wave frequency generation module controlled and programmed by Android tablet
- Android tablet can store virtually unlimited frequency program files
- Program files can be standard F100 programs or Lua programs
- Program are created/edited and run via the F100 software that runs on the Android tablet
- Program file format fully compatible with our current generators: F150/155/125
- 2 internal channels , each 1.6 MHZ
- One external BNC output connector with fixed 5V TTL output
- Any of the internal channels can be used as a carrier for the other channels
- Reference quartz oscillator stability: 50 ppm
- Max output current 125 ma
- Dimensions of frequency generator module: 4.36 "x 3" x 1"
- Input power connector 2.1mm
- Wall transformer provided with North American plug type. Compatible with 110VAC-240VAC 50-60HZ input.
- Power input: 2.1 mm, 12 VDC, 1A.
The F101b is not a replacement of our F125/165/170. We will still be producing the F125/165/170 generators. The F101b is a single 5V TTL output square generator intended to be used with any device that accepts a 5V square wave such as RB plasma and EMEM systems. It does not have the 13 V adjustable output of the F125/165/170.
Update Sept 2016:
F100 software for Android tablets
You can download and install this beta release of the F100 software for Android tablets. This software only works with the F101b generator. Do not download if you have one of our other generators. Of course without the F101b generator module you will not be able to actually produce frequencies. But it will give you an idea of what the software looks like and how it operates. You can run programs for simulation purposes.