Signal Recovery 5210

Price : $ 2990
  •  Equipment Location : USA
Description:
Signal Recovery / EG&G 5210 Dual Phase Analog Lock In Amplifier

The SIGNAL RECOVERY / EG&G model 5210 is the benchmark dual-phase lock-in amplifier against which others are judged. It is widely referenced in technical publications describing a diverse range of research applications including optical, electrochemical, electronic, mechanical and fundamental physical studies.

Although the introduction of instruments using digital signal processing has brought advances in phase sensitive detection techniques, units using analog demodulators are still the first choice for many experiments. These include those requiring a true analog output, for example in some feedback control loops, or where the instrument is used to recover the envelope modulation of a "carrier" frequency. Of course, they are also chosen for compatibility with previous experimental setups.

The instrument includes a current preamplifier with two transimpedance settings and so can directly measure signals from current sources such as photodiodes. With an input impedance of down to typically only 25 O the resulting voltage generated across the source by the signal current is minimized for the very best performance.

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See also 5209

The SIGNAL RECOVERY model 5210 is the benchmark dual-phase lock-in amplifier against which others are judged. It is widely referenced in technical publications describing a diverse range of research applications including optical, electrochemical, electronic, mechanical and fundamental physical studies. We also offer a single-phase version, the model 5209.

Although the introduction of instruments using digital signal processing has brought advances in phase sensitive detection techniques, units using analog demodulators are still the first choice for many experiments. These include those requiring a true analog output, for example in some feedback control loops, or where the instrument is used to recover the envelope modulation of a "carrier" frequency. Of course, they are also chosen for compatibility with previous experimental setups.

  • Voltage or current inputs
  • Continuous full-scale sensitivity control
  • Unique Walsh Function Demodulators
  • Choice of signal channel filter modes
  • High dynamic reserve
  • Output filters
  • Synchronous ADC trigger
  • Internal oscillator
  • Manual or computer control

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All instruments are fully lab tested and guaranteed functional. Most come with an ANSI Z540 calibration and certificate, and those that do not can be calibrated for an additional fee. We offer a 5 day right of return and 30 day warranty on most units sold and accept payment by company check, cashiers check or wire transfer. Overseas or new customers prepay by wire transfer only.

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