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Company: Microtech Instruments
These generators are based on high power, low frequency BWOs combined with frequency multipliers. For example, QS1-370-T combines a BWO operating in 210-370 GHz range with a frequency tripler, extending operating frequency to 630-1100 GHz range.
Company: AOI Systems LTD
AOI Systems ScanSpection uses two basic algorithm groups to inspect component and soldering. The first algorithm checks the component related parameters at once, with these being entered to a Model training phase. The second algorithm group is for solder and lead inspection and offers the ability to use the optimum algorithm for the type of inspection to be carried out. In addition the solder inspection and lead inspection can be attached to a package type rather than component type to assist in programming.
Company: MicroImage Video
The CBG350 series of color bar and test signal generator build on the standard set by our popular CBG310 series with additional features and similar cost. The CBG350 unit will replace both the CBG310F and the CBG310S units.
Company: Omega Engineering
The POCKET PAL Series of handheld instruments are rapidly becoming an industry favorite for field and laboratory applications. The electrodes are designed for easy field replacement and can be quickly calibrated with easy access twopoint calibration potentiometers. Digital display, chemical resistant ABS plastic housings and probes that fold-away for protection make the POCKET PAL series ideal for portability and reliability.
Company: Extron - US
The Extron VTG 300 and VTG 300R are handheld, battery-operated video and audio test generators featuring high resolution computer-video, plasma, HDTV, and 16:9 rates, as well as standard definition NTSC or PAL video rates for RGB, component video, S-video, and composite video.
Company: Delta Digital Video
The Model SSC/300 Stroke-to-Video Scan Converter is a rugged, flight-worthy unit designed to convert cockpit stroke video from XYZ vector to a standard raster video format. The converted video can then be recorded, displayed, switched or transmitted using standard video equipment. Stroke video is generated by a variety of random-deflection devices, including certain radar and sonar devices, spectrum analyzers, and Heads Up Display (HUD) generators. A choice of RS-170 or PAL formats are available.