Test & measurement

NIM Instrumentation

NIM Instrumentation

  • Model 8010

    Model 8010 —

    General Purpose Pulse Generator

    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... Read more

    • Frequency Source or Oscillator
    • Triggerable Pulse Source
    • Gate or Width Generator
  • Model AP-3

    Model AP-3 —

    AP-2H and AP-3 Portanim Power Supplies

    The AP-Series Portanims are attractive, compact, portable NIM compatible bins with self-contained power supplies. The Model AP-3 replaces both the Model AP-1 and AP-2H. The Model AP-3 can hold six singles or combinations of larger module sizes equivalent to six.

    Portanims are aesthetically designed to give a finished and pleasing benchtop instrument appearance to plug-in modules. They... Read more

    • Up to Six DC Voltages
    • Compact, Rugged, Lightweight
    • Modern Attractive Appearance
  • Model TB-4

    Model TB-4 —

    Module Power Supply

    Model TB-4 is a bin and power supply combination for plug-in modules. It can house twelve single-width modular instruments or a mixture of other sizes equivalent to twelve singles. Units that can be installed include BNC's modular digital delay generators, trigger pulse amplifiers, pulse generators, programming interfaces and the instruments of other companies that are designed to NIM... Read more

    • Supplies Six DC Voltages
    • Houses Up to Twelve Modules
    • Front Panel Test Points
  • Model PB-5

    Model PB-5 —

    Precision Pulse Generator

    • Fine Value
    • Multiple functions
    • Higher rates
  • Model BH-1

    Model BH-1 —

    Tail Pulse Generator

    The Model BH-1 is a tail pulse generator which simulates the broad range of pulses encountered in the nuclear field. Typical applications of the Model BH-1 include: determining the proper timing of linear gates and coincidence units , linearity measurements of amplifiers, threshold setting of discriminators and single channel analyzers, and measuring resolution flow noise amplifiers.

    • Repetition rate 10 Hz - 1 MHz
    • Delay adjustable from -50 ns to 10 ms
    • Rise time 20 ns - 50 ┬Ás
  • Model DB-2

    Model DB-2 —

    random pulse generator

    Abstract:
    To test a range of Multi-Channel Analyzer functions, we have designed a random pulse generator that utilizes a charge control concept. We provide controlled voltage transitions at average rates from 10 Hz to 1 MHz. These voltage transitions may be coupled to a charge sensitive amplifier system via the standard calibration capacitor to induce impulses of charge, thereby closely... Read more

    • Random tail pulses for MCA, PHA, pile-up and dead-time testing
    • Rates from 10 Hz to 1 MHz