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  • High Temperature Axial Torsional Extensometers (1200 C or 1600 C)

    Model 7650 - Jinan Testing Equipment IE Corporation

    Model 7650 extensometers are primarily used on round specimens tested in bi-axial test machines capable of simultaneous axial and torsional loading. All models are capable of bi-directional displacement in both axes and may be used for strain-controlled fatigue testing under fully reversed load and strain conditions at frequencies up to 10 Hz.All 7650 models mount rigidly on the load frame and incorporate slide mounting to bring the extensometer into contact with the specimen. The gauge length is set automatically before mounting on the test specimen, which allows for hot mounting after thermal equilibrium has been reached.These units are specifically designed to minimize crosstalk between axes and to provide high accuracy, high resolution measurements. They incorporate capacitive sensors for low operating force and include electronics with programmable filtering and multi-point linearization for improved performance and accuracy. The overall design minimizes, and in many cases virtually eliminates, any influence from common lab environment vibrations.These water-cooled extensometers are equipped with high purity alumina rods with conical rod tips for specimen contact when testing to 1200℃(2200°F). Silicon carbide rods are used for the 1600℃ (2900°F) high temperature option.

  • Wafer-Level 1/f Noise Characterization System

    9812DX - ProPlus Design Solutions Inc.

    9812DX provides a true 10 megahertz (MHz) bandwidth for accurate on-wafer noise measurement and user can also measure very low-frequency noises starting at 0.03Hz. 9812DX has the lowest system resolution for on-wafer measurement at 1×10-27A2/Hz, a 10X+ improvement over 9812D. It enables noise measurement of extreme low DC current at 0.1nA, a requirement for advanced designs that need to bias devices at weak inversion conditions, dark current noise of photodiodes or image sensors for many consumer, communication, automotive and industrial applications. Additionally, it handles high-voltage device operations up to 200V and a wider range of measurement conditions and device types. Those include bulk MOSFET, FinFET, FD-SOI, bipolar junction transistors (BJTs) and junction field effect transistors (JFETs) and various diodes, such as photo, laser and Zener diodes, wide range of resistors (10 to 10M ohm), including voltage-controlled resistors, and integrated circuits (ICs). 9812DX is the only system on the market that supports a complete range of impedance for both high and low impedance devices and works with the most advanced technology nodes, from 16-nanometer (nm) and 14nm to 10nm and 7nm technology development.

  • Voltage Variable Attenuator

    Pasternack Enterprises, Inc.

    Voltage variable attenuator series offers up to 60 dB of attenuation across broad frequencies. The frequency range of the voltage variable attenuator components is from 400 MHz to 18 GHz. This line of voltage variable attenuators is most commonly deployed in applications such as electronic warfare, instrumentation, point-to-point and point-to-multipoint radios, fiber optic and broadband telecom, microwave radio and VSAT, military radios, radar, ECM, SATCOM and sensors, and R&D.In most communications systems, the RF components used (transmitters, receivers, mixers, multipliers, attenuators, amplifiers, VCO’s, phase locked loops, etc.) may require specific power levels to run optimally. These power levels may differ from one component to the next in a system network. These may require the attenuation level to be finely adjusted to account for changes in received signal levels or to optimally match the input power into a sensitive circuit.Pasternack’s PIN diode-based voltage variable attenuators (VVAs) provide accurate control and broadband flatness where the output level can be adjusted continuously by varying an analog voltage on the input control line. These VVA’s are ideally suited for use with variable gain amplifiers, power level control, feed-forward amplifiers, and automatic level control (ALC) circuits.Like the other over 40,000 RF, microwave and millimeter wave components from Pasternack, this voltage variable attenuator VVA series is in-stock. Not only are these VVA components in stock, they will ship the same day as ordered.