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Highland Technology Press Release - April 23, 2010

Highland Technology Announces Two New High-Voltage Pulse Drivers


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Highland Technology Model T750
Highland Technology Model T750
Highland Technology Model T750 voltage pulse
Waveform shown is 50 V into 50 Ω
Highland Technology Model T760
Highland Technology Model T760
Highland Technology announces two new products, the T750 and T760 high-voltage pulse drivers. Both feature fast, low-jitter, transformer-isolated pulse outputs which are user adjustable from +5 volts to +100 volts into a 50 ohm load, with rise and fall times typically 2 ns. r 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-volt plug-in supply. Both include test points to assist in setup.

The electrical-input T750 is an ideal companion to the Highland T560 four-channel micro delay/pulse generator. The fiber optic-coupled T760 is suited for use with Highland fiber optic electrical-to-optical converters for driving lasers and pulse-power devices over long distances or in high noise environments.

http://www.highlandtechnology.com/DSS/T750DS.html

http://www.highlandtechnology.com/DSS/T760DS.html


T750 High-Voltage Driver Specs


Highland Technology, Inc.
18 Otis Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
P: (415) 551-1700
F: (415) 551-5129
http://www.highlandtechnology.com
info@highlandtechnology.com







Posted 4/26/2010
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