1. Volts to Ground Mode
This is the main mode of operation – the pulser output normally sits at the set voltage (set between 10 V and 400 V). When triggered, the output drops to zero for the set duration, then returns to the set voltage. It requires a trigger pulse of 0 to 5 volts, remaining at 5 volts for longer then the duration of the output pulse. It also needs to be at the set voltage for a minimum of 100 nsec prior to the rising edge that it triggers on. The minimum pulse width is about 10 nsec.
2. Ground to Volts Mode
The second mode of operation is with the pulser output at ground, pulsing to the set voltage when triggered then back to ground after the set time. Note that this mode has a minimum pulse width of about 100 nsec.
3. Follow Mode
This sets the output high when the input is high, and low when it is low (or this can be inverted).
4. Internal Clock Mode
This allows you to set a frequency for it to run at – e.g. 10 kHz – and it will then run at that speed, with pulses as set by mode 1 or 2. There is a maximum frequency of 10kHz.
|Power input:||24 Vdc (universal mains adapter supplied)|
|Voltage Output:||10 V to 400 V|
|Set Voltage:||10 V to 400 V|
|Rise Time:||~8 ns to 90%|
|Fall Time:||~8 ns to 90%|
|Rep Rate:||DC to 10 kHz, BNC TTL trigger|
|Pulse Width:||Internal timer, 10 to 1000 ns, or follow rise & fall of trigger pulse|