Press Release Summary:
Equipped with 4-line display, Model P400 includes spinner knob and navigation buttons as well as optional Ethernet interface. Its 4 channels can be independently controlled as delay / width or leading / trailing edge pulses, while on-board help system explains each button, input, output, and setting. With 25 ns insertion delay, unit can be used in lab setups with tight tolerances and allows trigger rate up to 10 MHz.
Original Press Release:
Highland Technology Introduces its First Benchtop Product, the P400 Digital Delay and Pulse Generator
SAN FRANCISCO, California, May 14, 2004 -- Highland Technology, Inc., announces the release of the Model P400 Digital Delay and Pulse Generator. The P400, Highland Technology's first benchtop product, evolved from Highland's highly successful line of VME-based and OEM digital delay generators. Dollar for dollar, it has more features than other comparable DDGs.
"We have included many features to make the P400 easy to use such as an on-board help system and a large 4-line display" said company president John Larkin. With a scant 25ns insertion delay, the P400 can be used in lab setups with tight tolerances. The four channels can be independently controlled as delay / width or leading / trailing edge pulses. The P400 allows a trigger rate of up to 10MHz. Those requiring an extremely low jitter rate can select the optional ovenized crystal oscillator.
The onboard help system is always available at the touch of a button. Each button, input, output, and setting is explained. Using the help system, any user will be able to become quickly proficient with the P400 and its many features. The spinner knob and navigation buttons make controlling the P400 simple and intuitive.
One of the most exciting new features of the P400 DDG is the optional Ethernet interface. Using a pre-existing Ethernet network, a user can control the P400 from across the bench or across the world. Setup involves merely plugging in an Ethernet cable to the back panel. The IP address can be set manually or automatically via a DHCP server.
Introductory pricing for the Model P400 Digital Delay Generator is $3840.