Square waves 0-1 volt on Victor VC2002 FGenerator

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  1. j4e8a16n

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  2. BillB3857

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    From reading the datasheet, it looks like it should by using the attenuator function. Would be strange to have an output meter that would indicate either volts or millivolts Peak to Peak without being able to produce within those ranges. Item #4 in Figure 1.
     
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  3. j4e8a16n

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    I am not sure I have been understood.

    It does produce 200mV or more.

    My question is can it produce a DC square wave 0 to 1volt instead of an Ac square wave -1 to 1 volt
     
  4. odinhg

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    I does not looks like it have any way to adjust the DC offset unfortunately.
    And I think that a function generator lacking that feature is really not worth it.
     
  5. j4e8a16n

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    Thanks anyway :eek:)
     
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  7. j4e8a16n

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    My first option was to do it with a small positive tdr from w2aen I builded. By changing the cap value I get 5volts at 200kHz . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cP6w2odGUc

    Here is a spice simulation I did from your link.
     
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