Tel Hanan Israel, October 2012 - Tabor Electronics proudly announced today its new TE3180, 180Vp-p high voltage PXI amplifier. The new amplifier offers a selectable gain of up to x50, with amplitudes of -90V to +90V and an output current of 150mA. With a large signal bandwidth of up to 300kHz and a small signal bandwidth of up to 1MHz the new TE3180 offers new possibilities to meet the requirements that couldn’t be met before in a PXI form format.

Product highlight features:

High Voltage output to 180Vpp (-90V to + 90V)
Output current to 150mA
Transition time <1.5µs
Frequency range of up to 1MHz
Ron Glazer, Tabor’s VP Marketing & Business Development commented: “Tabor places a great deal of emphasis on bringing innovative solutions to market, in order to meet the clients’ increasing demand for unique solutions that would enable them to bring their next generation of products to life.” Jonathan Netzer, Product Marketing Manager for Tabor added: “We are proud to add this new high voltage PXI bus amplifier to our modular product portfolio and we are confident that it will meet with great success today’s ever growing demand for modular products in various applications.”

About Tabor Electronics

Established in 1971, Tabor Electronics has become a world-leading provider of high-end signal sources, featuring: pulse, function and arbitrary waveform generators, high-voltage amplifiers, waveform and modulation creation software. Tabor has earned global recognition for its highly skilled workforce and innovative engineering capabilities. In addition to offering a full range of self-branded instruments, Tabor is also a world-class OEM that private-labels a variety of products for industry leaders. Technologically advanced, featuring the highest levels of performance, reliability, and most importantly, price-competitive, Tabor¡¦s products are sought-after in a diverse array of applications.

For additional information contact:

Ron Glazer, VP Marketing & Business Development
9 Hatasia St. Tel-Hanan, Israel 20302
Tel: +972 4 821 3393
Fax: +972 4 821 3388