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Delay generator has eight timing channels

Posted: 09 Sep 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:digital delay generator? timing channel? hardware controller?

Berkeley Nucleonics Corp. has introduced its Model 725 multi-trigger digital delay generator. Featuring eight timing channels with programmable logic, unique timing modes and 10ns resolution, the Model 725 is said to outperform a rack full of instruments, specialized boxes, filters and cables.

The Model 725 can be programmed and controlled via LabVIEW or Windows. It contains sophisticated logic, gating and filtering. It offers eight inputs, eight outputs and eight separate timers. Inputs can be logic signals, switches, transducers, interlocks, computer commands and gauges. This instrument features fast data throughput (11ns) and minimal throughput spread (approx. 1ns).

The Model 725 hardware controller can operate in standalone mode or via computer control. The computer control system uses its own user-friendly software, timerPRO or LabVIEW. Using standalone mode, you can store and recall up to 64 complete settings, then trigger and monitor an experiment from the Model 725's front panel. The firmware is field upgradeable, allowing access to new timing modes and capabilities as they become available.

Pricing starts at $4,990. Devices are available off-the-shelf.

- Gina Roos

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