The T680 contains five wide-range time stampers. Each channel can snapshot the time of the rising edge of one electrical input, to 15.25 picosecond resolution with 48 bit range. In time-stamp mode, individual time stamps may be read. In TIC mode, channel 0 may be used as the "start" time reference for channels 1-4, with the option to acquire times after or before/after the start event.Estimated Arrival: Q2 2013
The T130 combines a programmable delay/width generator with a high performance e-o modulator driver. It is designed to drive Mach-Zehnder lithium niobate or electroabsorption modulators, or similar devices used in pulsed time-domain applications.Features include:
The T150 is an ultrafast, compact laser driver which can be soldered directly to standard 0.1" pin-pitch butterfly laser packages. It accepts an LVDS or TTL trigger input which fires the internal delay and pulse width generators. Delay can be set from 5 to 250 nanoseconds, and laser drive is programmable from 200 picoseconds to 2.5 nanoseconds.
The T150 is suited to applications in pumped-fiber lasers, fluorescent decay analysis, LIDAR, and laser-based materials processing. Preliminary T150 DatasheetEstimated Arrival: Q3 2013
The V250 is a 64-channel VME digital input/output module. It features 64 digital I/O pins that can be independently programmed as high-power open-drain relay drivers, active pullup logic levels from 0 to +10 volts, or active LED/SSR drivers. As inputs, logic levels and contact closures can be accepted, with programmable debounce on every pin.Estimated Arrival: Q2 2013
The V260 provides high channel-count analog outputs for dense simulation and profiling applications. Each of the 64 DACs supports 16-bit operation over a ±10V range, and is fully protected against shorts and transients. DACs are controlled by individual data registers; updating the DAC value requires nothing more than writing the new value. Optional BIST relays connect selectable outputs to a precision voltage monitor, or to the D9 OpenCal bus to allow verification against external equipment without disconnecting field-wiring connectors.Estimated Arrival: Q4 2013