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  • Single Channel High Voltage Linear Amplifier

    A400 - FLC Electronics Inc

    The A400 is a general purpose broadband linear amplifier having a fixed amplification of 20 times and capable of bipolar high voltage output of 200. Any functiongenerator or arbitrary waveform generatoror any othe signal source with amplitude up to 10 V can be used as an input device. The amplifier's output is linear from DC up to megahertz range. It can be used in a wide range of applications, for example to drive piezo actuators, MEMS, OLEDs, liquid crystals, etc.

  • Single Channel High Voltage Linear Amplifier

    F10A - FLC Electronics Inc

    The F10A is a general purpose broadband linear amplifier having a fixed amplification of 10 times and capable of bipolar high voltage output of ±100V. Any functiongenerator or arbitrary waveform generatoror any othe signal source with amplitude up to ±10 V can be used as an input device. The amplifier's output is linear from DC up to megahertz range. It can be used in a wide range of applications, for example to drive piezo actuators, MEMS, OLEDs, liquid crystals, etc.

  • Single Channel High Voltage Linear Amplifier

    A600 - FLC Electronics Inc

    The A600 is a general purpose broadband linear amplifier having a fixed amplification of 100 times and capable of bipolar high voltage output of 300V. Any functiongenerator or arbitrary waveform generatoror any othe signal source with amplitude up to 3 V can be used as an input device. The amplifier's output is linear from DC up to megahertz range. It can be used in a wide range of applications, for example to drive piezo actuators, MEMS, OLEDs, liquid crystals, etc.

  • Single Channel High Voltage Linear Amplifier

    A800 - FLC Electronics Inc

    The A800 is a general purpose broadband linear amplifier having a fixed amplification of 100 times and capable of bipolar high voltage output of ±400V. Any functiongenerator or arbitrary waveform generatoror any othe signal source with amplitude up to ±4 V can be used as an input device. The amplifier's output is linear from DC up to megahertz range. It can be used in a wide range of applications, for example to drive piezo actuators, MEMS, OLEDs, liquid crystals, etc.

  • Dual Channel HV Amplifier with Phase Inverter

    A400DI - FLC Electronics Inc

    This unit contains two independent A400 amplifiers that share common ground reference and power supply. Please see A400 page for technical details.It features also a low voltage phase inverter that inverts the signal applied to the input of channel 1. The resulting signal can then be connected to the input of channel 2 by means of a short BNC cable (supplied). As a result the two outputs operate in counter-phase. Connecting a load between the outputs effectively doubles the amplitude range. Please note that the load cannot have any connection to ground.

  • Ultra Low Level DC Voltage Amplifiers

    EM Electronics

    The EM A10 is a low level amplifier module for sensitive measurements, data collection and systems, where signals below 1 nanovolt may be measured. It is ideal for the input unit for precision voltage measuring systems, requiring voltage sensitivity for measuring low noise and low impedance sources. The noise level of the A10 is equivalent to a perfect resistor of about 20 ohms. When used with a digital voltmeter, steady one nanovolt digits may be displayed, with a response time constant of less than a second. The input voltage stability of the A10 is very high, with the drift around a nanovolt per degree C. The input connectors are made from pure copper. The input impedance is very high, and is time dependent, determined by the loop gain.

  • Single Channel USB Programmable Instrumentation Amplifier

    USBPIA-S1 - Alligator Technologies

    The USBPIA-S1 stand alone USB controllable module provides a single channel of high-quality instrumentation amplifier and optional AC coupling, for front-end signal conditioning compatible with all popular A/D converter devices. The USBPIA-S1 is powered with 9 to 12VDC so it can be connected to a battery voltage source or the supplied 115-220VAC adapter may be used for operation with wall power anywhere in the world. When programmed from the USB port, the USBPIA-S1 will remember all of the programmed properties between power cycles. Program once and operate as a stand- alone signal conditioner without having to reprogram for every use. This is perfect for turn-key applications. It's easy to connect the USBPIA-S1 into the data collection system. Input and output signals can be routed through BNC connection or using the detachable screw terminal connectors. Optional SMA type adapters are also available.

  • Basic Quad J-Type Analog Thermocouple Amplifier

    SEN-30103-J1 - Playing With Fusion Inc

    Analog thermocouple amplifier board based on the AD849x from Analog Devices (successor of the AD597). This quad-channel thermocouple board converts the very low voltage signal from a thermocouple to a highly-linear, 0.005V/C output with either 0V or 1.245V offset (both configurations stocked) while removing unwanted noise from the signal. Many supply and output configurations are available with this board, though the PCB was designed with Arduino in mind. Specifically, the output header will plug directly into a standard Arduino Uno or Mega, with a pin-for-pin match for power supply, ground and analog outputs. With a 5V Arduino, temperatures from 0C to 1,000C are possible with the 0V offset board and -249C to 750C with the 1.245V offset board. If using a 3.3V microcontroller (Due, etc), the board must be supplied with no more than 3.3V to avoid damaging the microcontroller. Temperature measurement range is dependent on the supply voltage. It is possible to supply the board with higher voltages to allow temperature measurement over the entire operating range of the K-Type and J-Type thermocouples, allowing use with more capable data acquisition equipment.

  • Basic Quad J-Type Analog Thermocouple Amplifier

    SEN-30103-J0 - Playing With Fusion Inc

    Analog thermocouple amplifier board based on the AD849x from Analog Devices (successor of the AD597). This quad-channel thermocouple board converts the very low voltage signal from a thermocouple to a highly-linear, 0.005V/C output with either 0V or 1.245V offset (both configurations stocked) while removing unwanted noise from the signal. Many supply and output configurations are available with this board, though the PCB was designed with Arduino in mind. Specifically, the output header will plug directly into a standard Arduino Uno or Mega, with a pin-for-pin match for power supply, ground and analog outputs. With a 5V Arduino, temperatures from 0C to 1,000C are possible with the 0V offset board and -249C to 750C with the 1.245V offset board. If using a 3.3V microcontroller (Due, etc), the board must be supplied with no more than 3.3V to avoid damaging the microcontroller. Temperature measurement range is dependent on the supply voltage. It is possible to supply the board with higher voltages to allow temperature measurement over the entire operating range of the K-Type and J-Type thermocouples, allowing use with more capable data acquisition equipment.

  • Basic Quad K-Type Analog Thermocouple Amplifier

    SEN-30103-K1 - Playing With Fusion Inc

    Analog thermocouple amplifier board based on the AD849x from Analog Devices (successor of the AD597). This quad-channel thermocouple board converts the very low voltage signal from a thermocouple to a highly-linear, 0.005V/C output with either 0V or 1.245V offset (both configurations stocked) while removing unwanted noise from the signal. Many supply and output configurations are available with this board, though the PCB was designed with Arduino in mind. Specifically, the output header will plug directly into a standard Arduino Uno or Mega, with a pin-for-pin match for power supply, ground and analog outputs. With a 5V Arduino, temperatures from 0C to 1,000C are possible with the 0V offset board and -249C to 750C with the 1.245V offset board. If using a 3.3V microcontroller (Due, etc), the board must be supplied with no more than 3.3V to avoid damaging the microcontroller. Temperature measurement range is dependent on the supply voltage. It is possible to supply the board with higher voltages to allow temperature measurement over the entire operating range of the K-Type and J-Type thermocouples, allowing use with more capable data acquisition equipment.

  • Basic Quad K-Type Analog Thermocouple Amplifier

    SEN-30103-K0 - Playing With Fusion Inc

    Analog thermocouple amplifier board based on the AD849x from Analog Devices (successor of the AD597). This quad-channel thermocouple board converts the very low voltage signal from a thermocouple to a highly-linear, 0.005V/C output with either 0V or 1.245V offset (both configurations stocked) while removing unwanted noise from the signal. Many supply and output configurations are available with this board, though the PCB was designed with Arduino in mind. Specifically, the output header will plug directly into a standard Arduino Uno or Mega, with a pin-for-pin match for power supply, ground and analog outputs. With a 5V Arduino, temperatures from 0C to 1,000C are possible with the 0V offset board and -249C to 750C with the 1.245V offset board. If using a 3.3V microcontroller (Due, etc), the board must be supplied with no more than 3.3V to avoid damaging the microcontroller. Temperature measurement range is dependent on the supply voltage. It is possible to supply the board with higher voltages to allow temperature measurement over the entire operating range of the K-Type and J-Type thermocouples, allowing use with more capable data acquisition equipment.

  • Class AB Linear Rack-Mountable Power Amplifiers

    Comtech PST Corp.

    Models are available for operating frequencies from 1.5MHz to 3GHz, with output power from 100 watts to multi-kilowatts at 1dB compression. Many options are available to meet your requirements.

  • Intelligent Panel Mount Meter Amplifier/ Conditioner

    MODEL DPM-2 - Transducer Techniques, Inc

    The voltage-to-frequency microprocessor makes Transducer Technique's 4-digit panel mount meters the ideal solution for meeting the measurement, display and control requirements of noisy industrial applications, OEMs and system designers. Model DPM-2 accepts any full bridge transducer. Balance and span can be selected via the front keypad, thus allowing the display to read directly in engineering units. Front panel max and tare functions are ideal for industrial weighing applications. Isolated adjustable 9-11 VDC excitation with remote sense and 90 mA drive eliminates the need for external power supplies. Rear screw terminals connectors are included.

  • mAEStro Digital Audio Re-Clocking Distribution Amplifier

    En Technology

    The mAEStro ADA-100 receives AES/EBU (AES3) or S/PDIF digital audio and provides four re-clocked digital audio outputs. It automatically detects sample rates from 32kHz to 96kHz with low-jitter clock recovery. The outputs are completely regenerated using a jitter-free clock that is locked to the source input. The rugged self-contained metal enclosure has a number of mounting options from desktop, to rear side-rail rack mounting, to ganged front-side or rear-side rack mounting.

  • Slim-line bench range of RF distribution amplifier

    E5-X6 - Quartzlock (UK) Ltd.

    The E5-6, based on the A5000 rack mount instrument, provides the same outstanding performance of its bigger brother but in a compact 105(w) x 125(d) x 30(h) mm form factor

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