9520 Pulse Generator
Jul 2009Quantum Composers Inc.Request Info
BOZEMAN, Mont., July 29, 2009 – Quantum Composers Inc. is offering the Model 9520 digital delay pulse generator as a cost-effective instrument that provides solutions to generate and synchronize multiple pulses and triggers for a wide variety of applications. The 9520 series multichannel devices permit differing rates for all the channels using new “clock divider” functions, and they provide up to eight independent digitally controlled channels with width, delay, rate and amplitude control on each output.
The instruments offer dual inputs, functioning as dual triggers or trigger/gating through BNC or optical connections. This is important for stopping continuous pulsing with a secondary trigger signal. The user also has per channel source options and can keep specific channels free-running and others triggered.
Modular output boards provide a variety of output options, allowing customers to customize their own instrument from stock. The output modules selection array includes both TTL/CMOS with adjustable amplitude, 35-V high-voltage electrical, and optical at either 820 or 1310 nm. For those working with optical triggering, optical inputs are available.
The 9520 Series is equipped with standard USB and RS-232 interfaces, and a GPIB and Ethernet module are available as options. The company’s standard programming protocols are backward-compatible, and complimentary National Instruments-certified LabView drivers are available.
Advanced features include an “increment” option that provides incrementing delay times and pulse widths after each trigger or internal burst count. The “illuminated on” feature is a backlight that illuminates on each channel during a pulse condition. “Clock-in” functionality gives the user the ability to synchronize using a master clock from 10 to 100 MHz.
For more information, visit: www.quantumcomposers.com
Quantum Composers Inc.
212 Discovery Drive
PO Box 4248
Bozeman, MT 59772
Phone: (406) 582-0227
Fax: (406) 582-0237