Here is a list of 43 Generators categories. It encompasses a wide range including noise generators, clock generators, waveform generators, current generators, etc. You can search for an overview, principle, and usage of each category, as well as find manufacturers and distributors.
A generator is a device that produces a phenomenon or object. Although different types of generators produce different things, the term generator generally refers to a device that supplies electrical power.
The types of generators and generators in the industrial field vary widely. The following examples are divided into two categories: those used primarily for inspection and evaluation of components, products, and equipment, and those used for other purposes.
Signal generators, which output a variety of electrical signals, are devices that serve as a signal source for operating the circuit under test in electronic measurements.
They can generate a variety of electrical waves with different amplitudes, frequencies, phases, rise and fall times, pulse widths, etc. Mixed signal generators are broadly classified into mixed signal generators and logic signal generators. Mixed signal generators are classified into arbitrary waveform/function generators, which are versatile and cost-effective, and arbitrary waveform generators, which are high-performance and can output any waveform.
Logic signal generators include pulse pattern generators and data timing generators, both of which are used for digital testing of telecommunications and other equipment.
Electricity generating devices include current generators and voltage generators used for testing equipment, in addition to engine generators that supply electricity for outdoor work. Current and voltage generators can control current and voltage with high precision and are used for testing and characterization of semiconductor devices, electronic components, and large-scale electrical equipment.
Other generators/voltage generators mainly used as test equipment include audio generators (low-frequency oscillators), noise generators, and traffic generators.
There are many types of generators and generators used for applications other than testing equipment.
Examples include steam generators (water vapor generators, gas generators) and hydrogen generators used in food and industrial production lines, as well as fine bubble, nanobubble, ozone, and ion generators used in hospitals and factories for sanitation and wastewater purification treatment.
*This ranking is solely among the companies registered with Metoree, sorted by the number of employees. Please use this as a rough guide to understand their scale.