Entry Level Never Looked This Good
The 33210A brings uncompromising performance to an entry-level function generator. Get all the basic functions and waveforms with the most stable, lowest distortion function generator in its class.
- USB, GPIB, and LAN (LXI) interfaces included
- 10 MHz sine and square waveforms
- Ramp, triangle, noise, pulse generation with a variable edge, and DC waveforms
- AM, FM, and PWM, linear and logarithmic sweeps, and burst
- Multiple-unit link for synchronous channels
- Optional 14-bit, 50 MSa/s 8 K point arbitrary waveform generator
Notice: The 33210A will be discontinued on June 1, 2021. The last day to place an order for this product is May 31, 2021. Keysight will continue to provide world-class support for this product for the standard period of 5 years.
The recomended replacements are the EDU33211A or the 33509B Waveform Generator.
Performance Meets Versatility
With the 33210A, Keysight redefines entry-level performance and functionality. The 33210A can generate all the primary waveforms as well as an optional upgrade to generate 8K points of complex arbitrary waveforms.
Real-world signals are not always perfect sine waves or pulses. Create a custom waveform or capture a real waveform, modify, and then recreate the waveform with the integrated function/arbitrary waveform generator.
Learn how to transfer arbitrary waveform data to the 33210A by reading the application note.
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Extend the Capabilities
Configuration Guides 2021.03.18
Migrating 33210A to EDU33210A & 33500B Waveform Generators For Uncompromising Performance and Enhanced Capabilities
Service Manuals 2018.09.30
33210A Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator Service Guide
Quick Start Guides 2014.07.31
33210A Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator Quick Start Tutorial
User Manuals 2020.04.14
33210A Function / Arbitrary Waveform Generator User Guide
Installation Guides 2020.11.29
33210A Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator External Timebase Installation Instructions-Option 001
Application Notes 2017.11.30
Transferring Arbitrary Waveform Data to Waveform Generators
Application Notes 2014.07.30
How to Add DC Offsets to a Function Generator's Output