Used in Conjunction with BNC Model 6040 Optical Pulse Generator Mainframe, the Model 155H is similar to the Model 106H except for the following: The pulse wavelength is now 1550nm.
|Spectral Peak||1064nm +/- 30nm (nominal)|
|Spectral Width||Less than 5nm (nominal)|
|Power Levels||5mW to 50mW Standard (up to 200mW custom), adjustable peak level; baseline fixed at zero.|
|Transition Times (10% to 90%)||1ns rise time, 5ns fall time.|
|Dynamic Range||10 dB.|
|Absolute Accuracy||+/- 1 dB (10% to full scale).|
|Temperature Coefficient||0.1 dB/°C.|
|Fiber||62/125 Multi-Mode Fiber Standard (Contact Factory for custom)|
|Connector||ST is Standard, Contact Factory for Custom)|
|Trigger||Internal 0.01 Hz to 2 kHz; external 0 to 2 kHz.|
|Pulse Width||10, 15, 20 and 25 ns. (Contact factory for custom widths between 5 nsand 50 ns.)|
|Delay||0 ns to 640 s (plus fixed delay) in Single Pulse. Minimum pulse separation500 uS.|
|Module Delay||30 ns typical (fixed) mainframe's Pulse Out to module's Pulse Out and 35 ns to Light Out. Jitter 100 ps rms.|
|Amplitude||2 V into 50 ohms.|
|Transition Time||1.5 ns rise time, 2 ns fall time.|
A ROM determines the instrument's allowable operating conditions andunits of display applicable for the installed module.
A nonvolatile memory (RAM) in each module stores up to ten complete settings of operating conditions (trigger level, slope, etc.) and output pulse parameters.
The RAM-stored settings can be manually or bus transferred to the mainframeto produce the pre determined outputs.
2 Ibs net (0.9 kg); 5 Ibs shipping (2.3 kg) (when installed in a Model 6040 Mainframe, est. 24 lbs. shipping)
Same as Model 6040 mainframe