A: 1 Hz to 50 MHz in 8 ranges, continuously adjustable.
B: External trigger, O Hz to 50 MHz.
C: Single cycle by front panel pushbutton.
Less than 25 ns to 1 s in 9 ranges, continuously adjustable.
Less than 20 ns to 1 s in 9 ranges, continuously adjustable.
A: Normal or complement; switch selectable.
B: Amplitude: 500 mV to 5 V continuously adjustable into 50 Ohms (TTL logic).
C: Rise and fall time less than 5 ns.
A: Amplitude: fixed -0.8 V pulse (NIM logic) into 50 Ohms, or -1.5 V with
base line offset of -0.5 V into 50 Ohms (ECL logic); switch selectable.
B: Rise and fall times less than 3.5 ns.
Greater than 50% each output, in complementary pulse mode duty factors larger
than 90% may be attained.
Positive +1.1 V square wave into 50 Ohms.
Requires positive l V, with rate of rise greater than 3 V/,us.
Less than 5% at full amplitude.
Synchronous or asynchronous; switch selectable. Requires a positive 1.5
Switch selectable, minimum double pulse spacing of 20 ns. Pulse separation
set by delay controls.
Repetition rate, delay or width, 0.1% +50 ps
Double width AEC module, 2.7" wide x 8.7" high in accordance with
TID-20893 (Rev. 3).
3 1/2 lbs., net; 7 lbs., shipping.
A: +12 V @ 380 mA, -12 V 100 mA, or:
B: +12 V @ 80 mA, -12 V @ 100 mA, +6 V @ 300 mA, selectable internally.
Easily changed by removing side and throwing slide switch into either position.
The Berkeley Nucleonic's Model 8010 is an inexpensive general purpose pulse
generator with a broad operating range. Its two outputs provide for the maximum
in output waveform flexibility. For example, one may have TTL and ECL levels
simultaneously. The internal clock rates, 1 Hz to 50 MHz, together with external
trigger, single cycle, and synchronous and asynchronous gating gives the user
a very broad range of pulse train control. The Model 8010 is packaged in an
AEC NIM module, a convenient standard in the non-nuclear as well as nuclear
field. The compact size of the module (the front panel is only 2.7" x
8.7") permits independent use or easy interconnection of multiple pulsers
in a system.
• Frequency Source or Oscillator
• Triggerable Pulse Source
• Gate or Width Generator
• Double Pulser
• Single Cycle Pulser
• Gateable Oscillator
• Delay Generator
• Four-Output Pulser