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  • PCI Express Waveform Digitizer: 16-Bit A/D, 1 GS/s, 4-CH, 700 MHz BW, 8 GB Memory

    RazorMax Express CompuScope - PCIe - GaGe

    Available in 4-CH and 2-CH models featuring 31 software selectable A/D sampling rates from minimum 1 kS/s to maximum 1 GS/s per channel with input bandwidth of 700 MHz. ADC data can be captured in quad, dual, or single channel modes. Full-featured front-end with DC coupling (AC optional) and 50Ω inputs. Ease of integration with External or Reference Clock In & Clock Out. External Trigger In & Trigger Out with advanced triggering operations. PCIe Gen3 x8 data streaming rates at 4+ GB/s. Programming-free operation with GaGeScope PC oscilloscope software. Software Development Kits available for C/C#, LabVIEW and MATLAB for custom application development. Ideal for applications such as Automatic Test Equipment (ATE), Wideband RF Signal Analysis & Recording, RADAR, Electronic Warfare (EW), Ultrasonic Non-Destructive Testing (NDT), LIDAR, Communications, Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), Spectroscopy, High-Performance Imaging, Time of Flight (TOF), Life Sciences, Particle Physics, and more.

  • Bearing Testers

    Anderon Meters - M.E.A. Testing Systems Ltd.

    *Measures the anderon value in an assembled bearing.*Detects slight surface irregularities arising from machining imperfections and other factors.*Detects displacement in a radial direction caused by rolling surface irregularities.*Provides the “anderon” value, a numerical expression of the degree of vibration and noise in the bearing, allows quantitative assessment of bearing performance.*Enables the discovery of the causes of vibrations (scratches on the raceways of outer and inner races made during machining, scratches on ball surfaces, contamination by dust particles, etc.).*Enables the sorting of bearings by precision class and more accurate assessment of bearing quality.*Development of high-quality products: aids in the development of high-quality, durable bearings that generate minimal vibration and noise.*Assurance of product quality: allows data to be gathered that can be used for objective assessment of quality, particularly vibration and noise characteristics.*Optimal management of products by quality: High-sensitivity detection of minute but critical variations in product characteristics, allowing to sort bearings accurately by quality for optimal product management.*Improved productivity: allows inspection of bearings before installation in high-precision, high-performance products susceptible to vibration, minimizing defects in assembled products and improving productivity.*Optimal parts control in the open market environment: permits high-accuracy acceptance inspections of delivered parts, allowing to test various samples obtained from both domestic and overseas manufacturers to help secure parts that offer optimal quality.

  • Capacitive Proximity Sensors

    SICK Sensor Intelligence

    Sometimes you need to know what is hidden beneath a surface. Behind a wall, for example, inside a storage container, inside a shipping container, or behind a cover. Capacitive proximity sensors are ideal for level and feed monitoring. From solid material, such as paper or wood, to granules or liquids, they can be relied upon to detect what is happening in the production process and during final inspection. Is there something behind that cover? Is the finished package really full? How much paint is still left in the tank? For capacitive proximity sensors, these are easy questions to answer. SICKs capacitive proximity sensors are never far from the action. Sensing ranges between 1 and 25 mm allow them to be used in nearly all installation situations, making them extremely adaptable for a wide range of applications. These sensors are also remarkably resistant to interference. Impurities, contamination, dust, and airborne spray particles have little effect on them, nor does electromagnetic interference. No wonder they are installed in a wide range of industries, such as food and automotive, or in storage and conveyor systems.

  • Vacuum Capacitors Fixed & Variable

    LBA Group, Inc

    The LBA Technology vacuum capacitors store maintains a large stock of all types of RF capacitors, both vacuum and mica capacitors. While LBA is a factory dealer specializing in COMET and JENNINGS fixed and variable vacuum capacitors, we can supply virtually any style, value, or manufacturer's product on special order. Typical of other brands supplied are Meiden, Sangamo, and Cornell Dubilier. We provide fast quotes and worldwide shipping.The high quality vacuum capacitors we stock and sell typically have capacitances from 3 pF to 6600 pF, and peak test voltages to 100 kV at 1000 amps. These include both fixed and variable styles. A full line of capacitor accessories such as cylometers, insulators, corona rings, and mounting hardware is available from LBA.Vacuum capacitors are used in a wide variety of applications that require the generation and management of high power radio frequency energy. The vacuum capacitor is extremely stable in electrical characteristics, has extremely low internal dissipation factor (loss) and withstands electrical overloads, such as lightning, with less damage than other types of capacitors. The vacuum capacitor is a key component in high frequency RF generators, industrial RF process applicators and antenna systems operating from low frequency through VHF, at power levels reaching and exceeding 1,000,000 watts. Both air-cooled and water-cooled vacuum capacitors, in fixed and variable styles are used.Vacuum capacitors are employed in broadcast transmitters for long wave, medium wave (MW or AM), short wave, and VHF (FM and TV). They also serve in broadcast antenna systems, particularly in AM directional antenna phasing systems, diplexers, triplexers and line tuning units.Vacuum capacitors find wide application in industrial applications of radio frequency energy. High power RF systems are found in RF dielectric heating devices such as RF welders, radio frequency sealers, RF process heating such as drying and baking ovens. The ubiquitous vacuum capacitor finds frequent application in such medical RF areas as MRI, CAT scanners, RF surgery, and high power particle accelerators. High power RF devices also use vacuum capacitors to help generate RF energy for laser systems, plasma generators, semiconductor foundries, research RF applications, and more.