1308A General Radio Oscillator
The 1308A is an oscillator from General Radio. An electronic oscillator is a circuit that converts direct current to an alternating current signal. Oscillators generate a periodic electronic signal, often in the form of sine or square waves. Engineers use oscillators on a variety of electronic devices.
- Output Power: 200 VA max, 5 AMP max
- Frequency Range: 20 Hz to 20 kHz in 3 ranges
- Accuracy: ±3% of setting or ±1 Hz, whichever is greater
The General Radio 1308A, Audio Oscillator & Power Amplifier, is an AC power source covering the audio range. The General Radio 1308A, Audio Oscillator & Power Amplifier, low dynamic output impedance enhances its usefulness as a power source for general testing over a wide range of supply frequencies.