Rolls MO2020 Testoscillator Wave Generator

Rolls MO2020 Testoscillator Generates Sine and Square Waves at Variable Frequency Range from 20Hz to 24kHz

Rolls MO2020 Testoscillator Generates Sine and Square Waves at Variable Frequency Range from 20Hz to 24kHz

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Rolls MO2020 Testoscillator Wave Generator

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The Rolls MO2020 Test Tone Generator provides both sine and square wave outputs on two 1/4 in. jacks. The units frequency range is variable from 20Hz to 24kHz and accepts a 1.2 to 5 volt DC VCO input on a 1/4 in. jack for external frequency control. A 10dB Output Pad is also provided to allow for -10dB referencing.

Generates both sine and square wave test tones
Tests frequencies from 20Hz to 24kHz
External frequency control made available via a 1/4 in. VCO input jack
Independent level controls for both sine and square waves
10dB pad
UPC: 675889202007
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Rolls MO2020 Testoscillator Generates Sine and Square Waves at Variable Frequency Range from 20Hz to 24kHz
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • DC Power Supply
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    Rolls MO2020 specs

    Frequency Range 20Hz to 24kHz
    Input Connections 1/4 in. Voltage Control Oscillator
    Output Connections 1/4 in. unbalanced (sine wave)
    1/4 in. unbalanced (square wave)
    Input Impedance Not applicable
    Output Impedance 100 Ohms
    Output Level 11dB (sine)
    14dB (square)
    THD & Noise <1% (sine)
    Power and Battery 12-16V DC 50mA
    Dimensions 4.25 x 3.75 1.75 in.
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.9 x 4.7 x 2.5"

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