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P500 Digital Delay and Pulse Generator

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Highland Technology Inc.
650 Potrero Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94110
United States

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Phone: +1 415-551-1700
Fax: +1 415-551-5129
Highland Technology Inc.

P500 Digital Delay and Pulse Generator
  • Type: Other
  • Output: up to +20V, +10V into 50R
  • Insertion Delay: 40 ns
  • Rise / Fall Time: < 2 ns
  • Pulse Repetition Rate: DC to 12 MHz
  • Timing Range: Delay+Width up to 1000s
  • Period Jitter: < 10ps, rms + timebase

The P500 benchtop DDG provides ultra-stable, low-jitter, multi-output programmable delays up to 1000 seconds with 1ps resolution. Outputs can drive up to +20V into Hi-Z loads and +10V into 50-ohm loads, at repetition rates from DC to 12 MHz. Easy to use interface features extensive help system. Applications include laser timing, diode laser drive, ICCD camera systems, ATE, and radar testing.
P500 Digital Delay and Pulse Generator
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