Press Release Summary:
Intended for use in embedded OEM applications, T560 accepts trigger pulse and generates up to 4 output pulses, each of which is independently programmable in delay and width. Trigger pulse may be generated internally or externally, and timing has crystal-clock precision. Available with standard RS-232 remote interface or optional 10/100 Ethernet interface, product features up to 10 sec delays, 10 psec resolution, 25 nsec insertion delay, and 50 psec jitter.
Original Press Release:
Highland Technology Announced the Release of its New T560 4-Channel Micro Digital Delay Generator
San Francisco, Calif., July 12, 2006 - - Highland Technology announced the release of its new T560 4-Channel Micro Digital Delay Generator.
The T560 is a small, enclosed four channel digital delay generator intended for use in embedded OEM applications. It accepts a trigger pulse and generates up to four output pulses, with each pulse being independently programmable in delay and width. The trigger pulse may be generated internally or externally. The T560's timing has crystal-clock precision with zero indeterminacy and picosecond jitter relative to the trigger. The unit features delays to 10 seconds, resolution of 10ps, insertion delay of 25ns and jitter of 50ps.
The standard T560 is equipped with a RS-232 remote interface. An optional 10/100 Ethernet interface is available allowing for remote monitoring and control of the device from anywhere on the network.
The T560 Micro Digital Delay Generator is ideal for laser sequencing, radar/lidar simulation, or sequential event triggering. It is easily mounted within systems enclosures, allowing short cable runs and reliable, unattended operation.
Customized versions of the T560 are available for high volume OEM applications.
For further information, contact Highland Technology,
www.HighlandTechnology.com, tel: 415-551-1700