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MODEL 9260 34Vp-p Differential / Dual Channel Signal Amplifier - 2 Pages

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34Vp-p Differential / Dual Channel Signal Amplifier • 45MHz bandwidth • High amplitude to 34Vp-p into 500 • High output current drive to 1A • Fast transition time of <10ns • Low distortion • Custom Configuration of: Gain Input impedance Output configuration The 9260 is a bench-top, 2U, half 19” rack size, fully metal case, dual channel DC coupled wideband amplifier designed for high frequency, high current, signal amplification. With a high bandwidth of 45MHz, 34Vp-p into 50 ohms and up to 10W output power, the 9260 is the ideal complimentary amplifier to any signal source that needs a supporting power boost for demanding applications. High Current High Power With a peak output current of 1A the 9260 enables a continuous power output of up to 10W, making it ideal for various pulse applications. Instrument Configuration The 9260 can be configured to be used as two, single-ended independent channels, or as a one input with two differential outputs. The 9260’s standard configuration enables a maximum output voltage of 34Vp-p into 50 ohms with a gain of x10. Other custom gain, such as x15 can be ordered at the time of the purchase, enabling clients’ even wider variety of choices to solve their application. Output Characteristics The outputs are located on the front panel. There are two outputs, one for each channel. When the 9260 is configured as two separate amplifiers, the outputs generate amplified signals within the range of 34Vp-p into matching load impedance at approximately 45MHz bandwidth. Input Characteristics The inputs to the amplifiers can be configured to match different source impedances such as 500, 750, or 1MO. There are three inputs for each channel: 1. Main input. This input is located on the front panel and is normally used for signal inputs. 2. Auxiliary input. This input is located on the rear panel and can be used as a summing input. 3. DC Offset input. This input is also located on the rear panel and can be used for offsetting the signal level within the specified output level window. Auxiliaries The 9260 has two additional inputs for each channel allowing summation of two signals and providing an external control of DC level offset. These inputs are accessible from the rear panel only. Target Applications While target applications include piezoelectronics, transducer characterization, MEMS, general electronics and scientific applications, the new 9260 is an ideal solution for virtually any wide bandwidth application that requires high voltage and high current amplification. TABOR ELECTRONICS Inc. Since 1971 Visit our website at www.taborelec.com

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34Vp-p Differential / Dual Channel Signal Amplifier YEARS Lit Specification CONFIGURATION ORDERING INFORMATION Channels:    2 with single-ended outputs; 1 with differential output INPUT CHARACTERISTICS MAIN INPUT Connector: Impedance: Coupling Damage Level: Differential Mode Accuracy: INPUT AUXILIARY CHARACTERISTICS Connector: Impedance: Coupling Damage Level: Rear panel BNC 50 Q DC 12Vp-p (-6V to +6V peaks) Voltage Range: Frequency Range: Power Consumption: Signal Ground: Dimensions: With Feet Without Feet Weight: Without Package Shipping Weight Temperature: Operating Storage Humidity: Safety: Calibration: Warranty...

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