The MTI 1510A is a sophisticated two-channel, battery-powered, microprocessor-controlled direct digital signal generator. Its rugged exterior design with battery-powered use makes it the ideal troubleshooting and diagnostic tool for deployment in the field.
It can generate a sine wave, a square wave, a sawtooth wave and triangle continuous signals on both channels as well as single pulse and odd pulses on the B channel to simulate tachometer output pulses.
Why two channels?
The main reason for two channels is to be able to create a phase shift in the A to B output signals as may be encountered in a piece of rotating equipment (such as a jet engine).
What makes the 1510A so unique?
Portable, AA battery-operated (NiMH)
Dual charge output
Signals – Voltage, Charge and Machinery Speed Signals
Waveforms – SINE, SQUARE, TRIANGLE and PULSE from
0.1Hz to 100kHz in 0.1 Hz increments
Automatic Thermal Compensation – ensuring
accuracy in different environments from laboratory, control
room to factory environments
Jog Function – slowly vary the signal frequency to
determine filter response or vary the signal amplitude in
increments to determine system gain
Low Voltage Bridge Simulation – easily command
microvolts with its 24-bit closed loop control to simulate
High Accuracy – Voltage and charge signals with
accuracies to 0.05%