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AV-1020-C - Avtech Electrosystems Ltd. Pulse Generators

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  • Model: AV-1020-C
  • Manufactured by: Avtech Electrosystems Ltd.
  • Max. V(out): 10.0V
  • Channels: 1
  • Max. Pulse Rep. Freq.: 10.00MHz
  • Extra Specifications: General Purpose Lab Pulse-Delay Generator

Model AV-1020-C is a full-featured, 10 MHz high-performance general-purpose lab pulse generator providing 0 to ±10 Volts, 10 ns rise time, single and double-pulse modes, variable DC offset, variable delay, ECL and TTL outputs (and their complements!), self-explanatory front panel controls and a heavy-duty metal
chassis for low emissions and decades of trouble-free service. This is a versatile, cost-effective pulse source for many digital and analog applications in industrial and academic fields.
The output amplitude is controlled by a 3 position range switch (1, 5, and 10 Volts) and a one turn control while the output polarity is controlled by a two-position switch. 50 Ohm back-matching is provided for the 1 and 5 Volt ranges. A one-turn control allows the variation of the base line or DC offset from 0 to ±10 Volts. The output pulse width (and delay) is variable from 50 ns to 0.5 sec via
a seven-position range switch and a one-turn control. The pulse width may also be set to the "DC" mode, allowing the AV-1020-C to be used as a variable ±10 Volt, 200 mA DC power supply. The pulse repetition frequency is variable from 1 Hz to 10 MHz in seven ranges. An externally applied TTL level pulse may also be used to control the output PRF and in addition the unit includes a “SINGLE
PULSE” push button. A double pulse mode is available and a GATE input is provided for synchronous control of the internal triggering. The logic and logic-complement outputs provide either TTL or ECL signals, depending on the TTL/ECL switch position.

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