Press Release Summary:
Designed to expand measurement range of PXI digitizers and analog inputs, Model 4040A 50 MHz PXI Instrumentation Amplifier offers 100 V differential common mode inputs with 70 dB of CMRR. It comes with VISA compliant drivers for LabVIEW8, Microsoft C++, and Visual Basic. Interactive front panel VI provides manual control of all of board's features. Unit features ac/dc coupling, 1 MO and 50 O input impedance, 50 O output, and programmable offset and attenuation/gain.
Original Press Release:
TEGAM Launches 50 MHz PXI Instrumentation Amplifier
GENEVA, OH 10/8/07 - TEGAM, Inc. just released its first PXI product, with the launch of the Model 4040A 50MHz PXI Instrumentation Amplifier. Designed to expand the measurement range of PXI digitizers and analog inputs, the Model 4040A offers 100V differential inputs with 70dB of CMRR. The bandwidth ranges from DC-50 MHz with programmable gain, attenuation, offset and filters. For more specifications of the Model 4040A, visit http://tegam.com/4040A.
The TEGAM Model 4040A comes complete with VISA compliant drivers for LabVIEW8, Microsoft C++ and Visual Basic. In addition, an interactive front panel VI provides manual control of all of the board's features. Key specifications of the Model 4040A include:
o Differential 100 V Common Mode Input
o DC-50 MHz Bandwidth
o AC/DC Coupling
o 1 MO and 50 O input impedance
o Programmable Attenuation/Gain/ .100, .10, x1, x10, x100
o Programmable Offset
o 50 O Output
TEGAM is a proud member of the PXI Systems Alliance (PXISA), an industry consortium that promotes and maintains the PXI (PCI eXtensions for Instrumentation) standard. Since 1997, PXI has become the industry standard for modular measurement and automation applications.
TEGAM's specific areas of expertise include waveform generators, precision amplifiers, RF power calibration and low level measurements.
For more information, please contact
Kim Niznik Goff,
Marketing Projects Coordinator, at 440-466-6100
or visit www.tegam.com.
For more information on the PXI Systems Alliance, go to www.pxisa.org.