Digital Delay Generator features 8 independent timing channels.
September 10, 2008 -
Featuring 8 timing channels with programmable logic, various timing modes, and 10 ns resolution, Model 725 Multi-Trigger Digital Delay Generator coordinates, integrates, and synchronizes cameras, lasers, shutters, choppers, solenoids, igniters, etc. Inputs can be logic signals, switches, transducers, interlocks, computer commands, and gauges. Offering logic, gating, and filtering capabilities, device can be programmed and controlled via Labview or Windows.
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Berkeley Nucleonics Corp.
2955 Kerner Blvd.
San Rafael, CA, 94901
Model 725 Multi-Trigger Digital Delay Generator
Test, Measurement and Nuclear Instrumentation since 1963....
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Researchers and system integrators, needing controls and diagnostics for their experiments and systems, are regularly forced to build from scratch or to piece together several boxes. Many hours are spent learning the idiosyncrasies of each box and how to properly couple boxes to each other. Each box has its own programming protocol. Valuable time is lost to tracking connections, taming noisy signals, adjusting timing on multiple boxes and other aggravating chores. Now one box will eliminate much of this.
The Model 725 coordinates, integrates and synchronizes complicated setups, simply, reliably and affordably. Featuring eight timing channels with programmable logic, unique timing modes and 10 ns resolution, the Model 725 outperforms a rack full of instruments, specialized boxes, filters and cables. Inputs can be logic signals, switches, transducers, interlocks, computer commands and gauges. The Model 725 can be programmed and controlled easily via Labview or Windows. It contains sophisticated logic, gating and filtering. It has eight inputs, eight outputs and eight separate timers.