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5106 - Signal Recovery Lock-in Amplifiers


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  • Model: 5106
  • Manufactured by: Signal Recovery
  • High end frequency limit: 20.00kHz
  • Dynamic Reserve: > 80 dB
  • Min. Time Constant: 0.3 msec
  • Max. Time Constant: 10 sec
  • Extra Specifications: Lock-in Amplifier PCB Assembly
The model 5106 is a full function, dual phase lock-in amplifier supplied as a fully working PCB assembly (please note this is not designed to fit into a PC) designed to be incorporated into a larger system as part of a signal processing facility where phase sensitive detection is a requirement. The card uses two switching type demodulators to measure the magnitude of the of the input signal in-phase (X) and in quadrature (Y) with the applied reference signal, and outputs both analog and digital representations of these components. The analog outputs are provided at connector pins on the card whilst the digital values, and in addition the resulting signal vector magnitude and phase angle, are available as responses to RS232 commands. The input channel contains selectable sensitivity control and signal high-pass and low-pass filters which are adjustable across a range of fixed frequencies. Signal, reference and analog output connections are made either by connector or soldering to Berg pins on the board.
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