Electronic Amplifiers

Analog Gaging Amplifier suits dynamic and static gaging.
Electronic Amplifiers

Analog Gaging Amplifier suits dynamic and static gaging.

Featuring dual input ports for single or differential ID or OD measurements, Series 830 includes dimensional-measuring model calibrated in both inch and metric units. Gage inputs can be used simultaneously with either normal or reversed polarity for differential measurement setups, and ±2 V analog output port is also provided. Portable or bench mountable unit provides minimum of 8 hr of...

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Tapered Amplifier targets atomic and precision spectroscopy.

New Focus(TM) TA-7600 series amplifier features tapered structure that maintains minimized power densities even after amplification. Capable of delivering over 1 W output power, unit offers fiber-coupled input which allows for simplified alignment. Constant power mode, monitor for input power, and front- and back-end isolation features are also included. Unit is compatible with New Focus...

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Linear Power Amplifier targets WiFi and WiMAX applications.

Manufactured using InGaP HBT process technology, 2 GHz Model RF5602 features 32-34 dB small signal gain, integrated input power detector, and 3.3-5 V operation. Error vector magnitude performance is 2% at 26 dBm output power, 2% at 25 dBm, and 3% at 23.5 dBm. Optimized for use as final RF amplifier in 802.16 e/d and 802.11 b/g/n applications, device is also suited for 2.4 GHz ISM band...

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High Frequency Amplifiers come in 3 x 3 mm QFN package.

Based upon GaAs pseudomorphic high electron mobility transistor technology, Models SUF-1033, -5033, and -8533 offer multiple high-frequency gain blocks featuring various gain levels across bandwidth. Each packaged broadband amplifier also features single supply voltage, low gain variation vs. temperature, and 50 W I/O match. With frequency ranges of DC-18 GHz, 0.1-4 GHz, and DC-12 GHz, units are...

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Digital Charge Amplifier covers large measurement range.
Electronic Amplifiers

Digital Charge Amplifier covers large measurement range.

CMD600 digital charge amplifier enables mechanical quantities, such as force, pressure, or torque, in range of 50-600,000 pC (pico coulombs) to be measured with piezoelectric sensors and made available either as analog voltage signals (0-10 V) or in digital form via its integrated Ethernet interface. All signal inputs and outputs are electrically isolated, and IP65 rated device utilizes TEDS so...

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Universal Amplifier has up to 96 kHz/channel sampling rate.

Supporting Advanced Plug and Measure technology that allows applicable transducers to be automatically recognized by amplifier, MX410 has 4 individually configurable inputs, each electrically isolated and each with analog output. Digitalization is implemented with 24 bit resolution. Module is suitable for SG transducers in half or full bridge circuits, inductive half or full bridges, current-fed...

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Frequency Amplifier can acquire up to 4 frequency signals.

With sampling rates of up to 96,000 signals/sec and bandwidths of up to 38 kHz, MX460 can acquire torque from HBM torque transducers, PWM signals, and speeds. It measures digital signals with precision of up to 1 MHz, while all input channels are electrically isolated and can be individually configured. Device supports integrated Transducer Electronic Data Sheet (TEDS) technology and features...

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High Voltage Power Amplifier offers wide bandwidth.
Electronic Amplifiers

High Voltage Power Amplifier offers wide bandwidth.

Suited for piezoelectrics, electro-optics, and MEMS applications, Model PZD350A provides large signal bandwidth of 250 kHz and small signal bandwidth greater than 350 kHz. It offers high speed and precise control of DC or peak AC output voltages in programmable ranges of 0 to ±350 V with output current range of 0 to ±200 mA (bipolar model) and 0 to ±700 V with ±100 mA...

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Operational Amplifier can operate continuously to 175°C.

Packaged in plastic SOIC16W, operational amplifier CMT-OPA sustains temperature range from -55 to +175°C, suited for high temperature applications such as automotive, industrial, oil and gas, and aeronautics markets. It can be powered from single or symmetric supply voltages ranging from 4.5-20 V. Amplifier is built on latch-up free CMOS process, has gain above 90 dB, and consumes current...

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Operational Amplifiers have supply voltages of up to 80 V.
Electronic Amplifiers

Operational Amplifiers have supply voltages of up to 80 V.

Suited for use in automatic test environments, PR2201 has low typical input bias current of 5 pA and input offset voltage of typical ±2 mV, which can be further reduced by external trimming. With high differential input voltage of up to 60 V and low quiescent current of 500 Â-µA, unit features gain bandwidth of up to 1 MHz and slew rate of more than 1 V/µs, suited for designing...

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