The Emerald 9250 is the newest addition to Quantum Composer's line of Digital Delay Pulse Generators. This unit will come standard with a 1 ppm OCXO oscillator, giving you performance you want without extra cost.
The Quantum Composeres Sapphire series represents a revolutionary new pulse generator technology that offers full function in a compact and cost effective package.
At just 181 x 130 x 38mm this is one of the smallest units available, but you will not be disappointed in its performance, features or programmability. Finally, a low-cost pulse generator that does not skimp on performance or function. This instrument also has wireless capabilities (optional) via Bluetooth allowing you to communicate without a USB or RS232 connection. Another new feature is you can power this unit with USB, freeing you from an extra cord.
The 9530 Pulse Generator incorporates laser timing and laser synchronisation to effectively produce any series of events. The 9530 is ideal for laser timing applications with eight independent outputs, dual laser trigger/gate inputs and external laser clock reference input.
Quantum Composers introduces a new addition to their suite of Pulse Generators: The 9530 Digital Delay/Pulse Generator. The model 9530 is the most innovative instrument to accurately synchronise any series of events. The 9530's eight independent outputs, dual trigger/gate inputs and external clock reference input make it ideal for laser system timing applications. The system can directly phase lock to an external timebase up to 100MHz in frequency and down to 20mV in amplitude. This allows synching directly to a laser photodiode signal and provides complete system timing relative to the laser timing with low jitter.
The Signal Recovery Model 7210 provides a different dimension to lock-in Amplifier design. Until the introduction of the Model 7210, instruments have been restricted to a single signal channel, allowing only one, or at most two, signals to be measured at any one time. The Model 7210, with its use of new technology, allows up to 32 signals to be measured simultaneously. What is more, units can be linked together to give more detection channels. For example, four units give 128 channels, while sixteen would give 512 channels.
Since the invention of the lock-in amplifier, none has been more revered and trusted than the PAR124A by Princeton Applied Research. With over 50 years of experience, Signal Recovery (formerly Princeton Applied Research) offers the 7124: the only lock-in amplifier that has an all analog front end separated, via fiber, from the DSP main unit.
The Signal Recovery model 7230 is a new concept in general-purpose DSP lock-in amplifiers. It offers the excellent performance that users expect from our instruments but at a lower price than many competitive models. This improvement in price/performance ratio has been achieved by replacing the traditional control buttons and display with easy-to-use control panels that can be operated from any computer via your favorite browser.
The Signal Recovery model 7230 is a new concept in general-purpose DSP lock-in amplifiers. It offers the excellent performance that users expect from such instruments but at a lower price than many competitive models. This improvement in price/performance ratio has been achieved by replacing the traditional control buttons and display with easy-to-use control panels that can be operated from any computer via your favorite browser.
No longer do you need to be in front of the instrument to operate it - now you can set up your experiment in the lab but return to the office while it runs, monitoring what is happening via your computer. And if you need to make a change to a setting then it’s as easy as clicking a button on a web page. The model 7230 can even be operated via iPad, shown above.
In addition to the web control panels, the instrument can also be fully controlled from other software packages, such as Acquire, SRInstComms, orLabVIEW. These support experiments such as frequency response measurements, logging of instruments outputs over time, and integration with other experimental equipment.
Signal Recovery have released the model 7270 Dual-Phase DSP Lock-In Amplifier. The model 7270 sets a new standard for general-purpose DSP lock-in amplifiers. Signal Recovery have taken advantage of the developments in technology since the first DSP lock-in amplifiers were introduced in the early 1990’s to update the core design, but made sure that they've included all the best features of their model 7265 and 7280 instruments. The result is a lock-in amplifier of outstanding performance that is easy to use and suitable for all measurements over a frequency range extending from 1 mHz to 250 kHz.
..emits no digital switching noise, so your experiment won't know it's there
We are proud to announce the release of our latest product - the model 7124 Precision Lock-in Amplifier. Key features of this sophisticated instrument include:
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