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Digital Delay Pulse Generators have compact, wireless design.

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June 24, 2014 - Along with Bluetooth® wireless technology, plug-and-play Emerald 9250 Digital Delay Pulse Generators feature 5 psec timing resolution, 15 psec channel to channel jitter, and low Period Jitter of <40 psec RMS. Custom software application, included, lets users program instrument using GUI on PC. With full functionality offering range of complex pulse trains, these reusable products serve such applications as LIDAR, LIBS, PIV, and university physics/chemistry labs.

Quantum Composers, Inc

212 Discovery Dr., Bozeman, MT, 59718, USA

Original Press Release

A New Compact, Wireless, High Performance Pulse Generator from Quantum Composers

Press release date: June 12, 2014

Now Available, The Emerald 9250 Digital Delay Pulse Generators

Bozeman--Quantum Composers® announced that they have officially begun shipping the new Emerald Series of Pulse and Delay Generators. With new smaller, faster, smarter technology this unit will have advanced specifications such as 5ps timing resolution, 15ps channel to channel jitter and low “Period Jitter” at <40ps rms.="" this="" model="" also="" features="" incredibly="" compact="" packaging="" and="" bluetooth="" wireless="" technology="" that="" was="" recently="" introduced="" to="" the="" industry="" by="" quantum="" composers="" engineers.="" additionally,="" a="" new="" custom="" software="" application="" is="" included="" with="" the="" unit="" so="" that="" users="" can="" easily="" program="" their="" instrument="" using="" a="" simple="" graphical="" interface="" on="" their="">

This is the third addition to the new line of compact, affordable units that feature easy programming combined with high precision specifications to create a whole new class of delay generators. These units have been designed to provide all the high end specifications and features necessary to compete with the industry leading Stanford Research Systems DG535 and DG645 Delay Generators. With their full set of programming modes and industry leading 2 year warranty, these units are expected to quickly become a staple for applications like LIDAR, LIBS, PIV and in many University Physics and Chemistry Labs.

“These Digital Delay Generators have far more functionality than any other units in the marketplace. The models full functionality offers a wide range of complex pulse trains that no other units in the market can perform. Customers demanded a simple to use, more robust solution that can be reused again and again for different applications. “Our new line of pulse generators were designed to be plug and play solutions whose durability and broad features stand the test of any application.” – Will Bomar Quantum Composers Inc.

Quantum Composers is a leading manufacturer of digital delay generator and laser system technology since 1993. Founded in Bozeman, Montana, an already accelerating high tech center for electro-optic startups in the northern Rocky Mountain Region, Quantum has become an internationally recognized pioneer in the electro-optics marketplace. Their services feature the design and development of precision pulse generators and custom laser systems for micromachining applications.

Use this link to learn more about the 9250 Series Digital Delay Pulse Generators.
http://www.quantumcomposers.com/products/pulse-generators/item/emerald-series

Press Contacts:
Erin L. Prieskorn
Sales & Marketing Manager
marketing@quantumcomposers.com
+1 (406) 582-0227 Ext122

Mr. Will Bomar
Director of Sales & Marketing
sales@quantumcomposers.com
+1 (406) 582-0227 Ext120

For more information please contact info@quantumcomposers.com, visit us on the web at www.quantumcomposers.com or call 1.800.510.6530.

Quantum Composers Inc.
212 Discovery Dr. , Bozeman MT 59718
1-406-582-0227 Ext 122
www.quantumcomposers.com
sales@quantumcomposers.com

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