APPLICATION The Solar Model 9355-1 Pulse Generator is designed to provide impulse excitation by means of an injection probe placed around interconnecting cables or power wires. The unit uses a charged transmission line (50 Ω) to generate a pulse with less than 2 nS rise and fall time, and duration of approximately 35 nS, calibrated in a 50 Ω fixture to deliver up to 5 A at a rate of 30 pulse per second for one minute as required by MIL-STD-461D/E/F/G, Test Method CS115.
DESCRIPTION The charged line potential of the Model 9355-1 is adjustable from less than 10 V to approximately 1900 V. The repetition rate is variable from less than 1.0 pulse per second to 120 pulse per second, or single pulses manually triggered by a panel mounted pushbutton. Digital displays monitor the charging voltage and pulse repetition rate.
The Berkeley Nucleonics Model 500B pulse generator is very easy to use. Rather than the usual array of knobs and switches, the 500B uses a menu-driven user interface with "on-line" help at the touch of a button. The 500B has some unique features that are designed exclusively for use as a laser trigger signal generator, but can also be used as a general purpose pulse generator.
One of the more unique features of the Berkeley Nucleonics pulse generators is the ability to combine the timing of any or all channels together and output them out of any of the output BNCs. The multiplexing function (MUX) can be set through remote communications via a computer or from the front panel of most units.
The Model 577 is packed with gating options for almost any setup. You may gate with a channel or on any input. You may gate individual channels or gate all. Gate immediately (output inhibit) or gate after a pulse (pulse inhibit).
Select channels for internal/external triggering, or free-run. Triggered channels have flexible output choices: single pulse, burst at its clock rate, continuous pulse train or a series of on/off pulses (duty cycle). Contact us for custom wave trains or modes.
The Model 577 offers two inputs for triggering or gating. You may specify electrical or optical input signals, and configure any trigger/gate combination. Use Trigger #2 to disable a triggered pulse train.
The AVR-E3 series of pulse generators provides peak outputs to 100V, with pulse widths variable from 15 to 200 ns, pulse repetition frequencies to 100 kHz, and rise times of 500 ps. The minimum pulse width can optionally be reduced to 1 ns. The maximum pulse width can optionally be increased to 5 us, subject to a maximum duty cycle limit of 5%.
PulseBlasterESR-PROTM series is a high-speed, programmable, multichannel pulse generator in the PCI, PCIe or USB form factor. Based on the versatile PulseBlasterTM processor architecture, the USB rackmount/desktop system, PCI, and PCIe boards can accommodate pulse programs with highly flexible control commands of up to 4k program words, featuring loops (nested 8 levels deep), large loop counter (20 bits, up to 1,048,576 repetitions), deterministic WAIT OpCode with a constant latency of 8 clock cycles (16.0 ns at 500 MHz), adjustable to 8.59 seconds in duration, or as long as 104 days (at 500 MHz) using the long delay feature, and up to 15 MHz retriggering frequency.
This is particularly useful where several pulses or gate signals need to be delayed and timed with respect to each other or the common trigger. You may even use one channel as a trigger reference for other channels, locking the timing delays when needed. There is much to learn about the Model 575, which offers much more with a clock-divider, independent channel triggering, independent amplitudes/channel, delay and width control, and a LabVIEW 8 driver. Give us a call, we are happy to discuss your applications.
The PSPL2600C Pulse Generators provide high amplitude positive or negative pulses with convenient front panel control. The output has fast edge rates, smooth transitions and minimal overshoot and ringing. Adjustable output levels are obtained using internal step attenuators, ensuring consistent signal shape at all settings. The outputs are designed for a 50 Ω impedance, but can safely drive any load from a short circuit to an open.
EasyWave is an arbitrary waveform software platform that supports waveform creation and editing. It features manual drawing, as-wellas line, equation, and coordinate editing modes. It is also a convenient way for users to edit their own arbitrary waveforms.
The UCS500n5 by EM Test is an EMI test generator to 5.5kV EFT and 5kV surge with a built-in single phase coupler. A2LA accredited calibration is included in the EMC rental equipment price. This immunity test product can be operated manually from the front panel or by remote via the built-in USB or GPIB interface.This EM Test Immunity Test Generator can be operated via Front panel menu and function keys enable the user to program his test routines quickly and accurately.
Below is a list of common standards for this conducted immunity generator. This is by no means the only standards that it can cover. Please confirm prior to renting as capabilities are often based upon accessories.
Use an MSO5000 with the latest firmware and the embedded generator or bundle option and get access to the new Bode Plot capability. The embedded generator sweeps frequency while the oscilloscope measures phase and gain. Bode plot data and chart are shown on the display for easy analysis.
This blog post describes how to use the MFLI Lock-in Amplifier with an external reference frequency. The reference frequency comes from a signal generator Model 6221 from Keithley which is used to apply higher voltage pulses or sinusoidal signals on the sample. In some situations the MFLI can be used as simple pulse generator, as described in this blog post.
In this example the external reference frequency is provided by a signal generator Model 6221 from Keithley. The pin 3 is used as marker and the pin 7 or pin 8 can be used as ground from the 8-pin micro DIN port. A trigger cable like model 8503 DIN to BNC could be used.
FlexDDS-NG is a multi-channel phase continuous direct digital signal synthesizer (DDS). Based on the successful design of the FlexDDS multi-channel Radio Frequency source developed for the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics, FlexDDS-NG is the next generation waveform generator which directly addresses the needs of experimental physicists.
Up to 6 independent but fully synchronized Radio Frequency generator slots can be inserted into the FlexDDS-NG mainframe. This enables up to 12 RF output channels when fully equipped with FlexDDS-NG-1GS RF generator slots. From a network perspective, each slot corresponds to its own network port, so they can be controlled both independently or simultaneously. Each slot has its own digital trigger and synchronization I/Os. In addition, the mainframe provides global trigger inputs allowing to synchronize multiple slots. 2b1af7f3a8