Ethernet Time Interval Counter contains 5 time-stampers.
October 28, 2013 -
Controlled via 100 Mbit Ethernet and USB interfaces, 5-channel Model T680 is suited for industrial and laboratory test and measurement. Each channel can snapshot time of rising edge of one electrical input, to 12.2 ps resolution with 48-bit range. In time-stamp mode, individual time stamps may be read, and in TIC mode, channel 0 may be used as start time reference for channels 1–4, with option to acquire times after or before/after start event.
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Highland Technology Announces the Release of Its Latest Compact Module for Industrial and Laboratory Test and Measurement
Highland Technology announces the release of its latest compact module for Industrial and laboratory test and measurement: The T680 5-channel ethernet time interval counter
The T680 contains five wide-range time stampers. Each channel can snapshot the time of the rising edge of one electrical input, to 12.2 picosecond resolution with 48 bit range. In time-stamp mode, individual time stamps may be read. In TIC mode, channel 0 may be used as the "start" time reference for channels 1-4, with the option to acquire times after or before/after the start event.
Each channel has a 1023-entry FIFO memory which stores time stamps, and each channel can be programmed to be enabled, disabled, or can use various gate modes to enable trigger recognition.
The T680 is controlled via 100 Mbit Ethernet and USB interfaces and comes in a compact extruded enclosure with optional mounting flange.
Custom versions can include DRAM and perform internal histogramming or accumulate array data for applications like fluorescent decay and 2D delay line imaging.