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Quantum Composers Adds New Pulse Delay Generator
New delay generator puts multi-channel, high precision, system timing in the hands of small laboratories
By: Quantum Composers, Inc.
The new 9420 delay generator features fast timing resolution at 10 ns and a low jitter of less than 400ps. These high precision units are combined come with 2, 4, or 8 output channel outputs. Each of these channels is fully independent for setting its own width and delay, and come standard with USB, RS232 and GPIB. The units also come with fast programming and a range of modes which includes single, continuous, burst, duty cycle or externally controlled. Once the unit has been programmed for a particular setup or system, these settings can be stored in one of twelve memory recall slots so that the instrument can be shared among projects or reused in the future. The 9420 pulse delay generator is the must have unit for laboratories and researchers who need precision, reliability, and simple functioning. It is available starting at $2,500 for a two-channel unit and ships fast, usually within 7 business days or less.
The 9420 pulse generator is available for quick online ordering now at quantumcomposers.com.
9420 Series Features:
• 2, 4, or 8 Independent Channel Outputs
• 10ns Timing Delay Resolution
• < 400ps RMS Jitter
• 12 Memory Recall Slots
• Full Customer Support & 2yr Warranty
About Quantum Composers: Quantum Composers was founded in 1993 in Bozeman, Montana, an already accelerating high tech center for electro-optic startups. Over the last 20 years, Quantum has become an internationally recognized pioneer in the photonics marketplace with the design and development of a precision pulse generator line and as a provider of custom laser systems for micro-machining applications.
To learn more about the 9420 Series please visit us on the web at www.quantumcomposers.com Please direct any questions to Erin L. Prieskorn, Marketing Manager, at 406-582-0227 Ext122.
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Erin L. Prieskorn