High-voltage pulse drivers

  • 01-Apr-2010 01:17 EDT
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The T750 and T760 high-voltage (HV) pulse drivers from Highland Technology feature fast, low-jitter, transformer-isolated pulse outputs that are user-adjustable from +5 to +100 V into a 50-ohm load, with rise and fall times typically 2 ns. The T750 features four channels, each with a logic-level input and an isolated HV pulse output. The T760 has two channels, each with fiber-optic inputs and isolated HV electrical outputs. Both units are packaged in compact extruded aluminum cases and are powered by an external 12-V plug-in supply. Both include test points to assist in setup.

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