The Siglent SDG1010 is a 10MHz function generator with USB connectivity.
See Siglent SDG1010/Info for more details (such as lsusb -vvv output) about the device.
- ...: XILINX SPARTAN-6 XC6SLX9 (marking: "XILINX SPARTAN-6 XC6SLX9 FTG256BIV1201 D4339091A 2C TAIWAN")
- ...: ISP13628D (marking: "ISP13628D 78535 8W D78132F")
- ...: Lattice MachXO LCMXO640C (marking: "Lattice MachXO LCMXO640C 3TN144C A211CC25")
- ...: Analog Devices ADSP-BF531 (markings: "Analog Devices ADSP-BF531 SBSTZ400 2310414.1 0.6 #1208 Blackfin")
- ...: Advanced Monolithic Systems AMS1117 (marking: "AMS1117 1125")
- ...: Hynix H57V1262GTR (marking: "Hynix H57V1262GTR-75C 209S N8FT1265Q2")
- ...: Spansion S29GL064N90TFIO4 (markings: "Spansion S29GL064N90TFIO4 124FF491 H (C)06 SPANSION")
- and lots more...
- 14 bit, 165Msps digital to analog converter: Burr-Brown DAC904E (marking: "BB DAC904E 03C9JNK"), (datasheet)
- 16 bit, high speed, low noise, voltage output, digital to analog converter : Texas Instruments DAC8580 (marking: "D8580I 09T A97S"), (datasheet)
Display / frontpanel
There are two possible PC connectivity methods that can be selected in the SDG1010 menu, which have different USB VID/PID pairs:
- "Raw USB" (this is what the vendor PC software uses): f4ed:ee37
- "USBTMC": f4ed:ee3a
Additionally, there are apparently GPIB and Ethernet options, but those are not available in the "standard" device. It's unclear if/where devices with those options can be bought, maybe only the rebranded LeCroy devices have them (?)
See the SDG1000 programming manual for a protocol description.