Signal amplifier AMS
operationalfor fiber opticsfor laboratories

signal amplifier
signal amplifier
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signal, operational
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bipolar, high-voltage, low-noise, adjustable, voltage output, current output, Ethernet, programmable, for fiber optics, for laboratories, rack-mount

Max.: 5 kV

Min.: 0 kV


Max.: 20 mA

Min.: 0 mA


100 W


6 Hz, 13 Hz, 35 Hz


Wisman's AMS series is a high-voltage power amplifier for industrial and research applications. The unique all-solid-state high-voltage insulation design can achieve high conversion rate, wide bandwidth and low noise operation. The four-quadrant active output sinks or outputs current to reactive or resistive loads within the entire output voltage range. This type of output is essential for achieving accurate output response and the high slew rate required for various loads, such as high capacitive or reactive loads. The amplifier is a non-inverting amplifier. FEATURES AND ADVANTAGES Four-quadrant output, used to drive capacitive loads Closed loop system for high accuracy Short circuit protection for equipment protection All solid state design, maintenance-free operation DC stable programmable power supply application Low output noise, providing ultra-precise output SPECIFICATION: Input voltage: 220AC±10% Input current: 1A input resistance Non-inverting terminal 25kΩ Reverse end 50kΩ Differential 50kΩ DC voltage gain: 500V /V DC voltage gain accuracy: better than 0.1% of full scale Output noise: less than 50 mV rms Conversion rate: greater than 150 V /μs (generally 10% to 90%) Large signal bandwidth Small signal bandwidth (3 db)



AMS Series
AMS Series
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