Digital light meter TR-9600
high-speed

digital light meter
digital light meter
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Characteristics

Type
digital, high-speed

Description

Complete Analysis of Pulse Form and Pulse Data pulse locus shape peak power in absolute light measurement units pulse width and pulse half width single pulse energy pulse repetition rate 100 ns or 1 µs rise time amplifier The TR-9600 analog signal amplifier offers a rise time of 1 µs (TR-9600-1) or 100 ns (TR-9600-2 *). The gain of the current to voltage amplifier is in ten steps for best adjustable signal to noise ratio. 10 mega sample / second ADC A high speed analog to digital converter (ADC) digitizes the analog signal with up to a 10Msample/s sample rate for high time resolution measurements. Its 12 Bit resolution is higher than that 8Bit of typical digital oscilloscopes. High-speed transient recorder with 100ns sampling rate and pre-trigger function The digital data is stored in a high-speed storage medium which is designed as transient recorder allowing a sampling rate of up to 10 Mega samples per second or one sample every 100 ns. The pre-trigger function of the transient recorder enables measurement data to be stored before the triggered event. Two million of samples can be stored in memory. Remote operation via RS232 or IEEE488 and trigger I/O interface The unit is capable of remote control operation via RS232 and IEEE488 interface. BNC connectors are available for trigger signal input and output or for use with external devices with TTL signal capability. Software Windows based software is supplied with the TR-9600 which provides all necessary functions to do remote control pulse-shape measurements and analysis via RS232 or IEEE488 interface.

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