Single Channel Pulse Generator

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SYS-A310

The accuracy of digital electronics and the convenience of analog controls

  • Single channel pulse generator with train capability
  • TTL and variable voltage output

Benefits

  • Variety of pulses: continuous run, single-shot, train/burst
  • Multiple outputs available: monitor, isolator, sync and variable

Applications

  • Electrophysiology

The A310 pulse generator/stimulator combines the reproducibility and accuracy of digital electronics with the fine resolution and continuous adjustment pos­si­ble with analog circuitry. All timing pa­ram­e­ters are entered with high resolution, ten-turn po­ten­ti­om­e­ters and six-position range switches. Timing is ac­cu­rate to within 1% of the set value.

Variety of Pulses

Pulses can be created in continuous run, single-shot or train/burst modes. Duration of the train/burst is controlled using the onboard envelope generator or by using either of two external gating inputs. Used in con­junc­tion with the A360, A365, A385 or A395, constant current pulses and trains can be created easily. A foot switch allows hands-free, manual triggering.

Multiple Outputs Available

Five separate standard BNC outputs are available on the front panel. The isolator output sends full pulse width control signals to any TTL triggered stimulus isolator, such as WPI’s A360, A365 or A385 and others. The monitor output sends synchronized large scale full pulse width signals to recording or monitoring instrumentation such as a data acquisition system or oscilloscope. The sync output provides an additional synchronized 5 µs TTL pulse for triggering external instrumentation. A variable voltage output provides two separate full pulse width signals in both positive and negative polarities in two ranges for applications that require a specific output voltage other than TTL.

Three separate outputs

Three separate outputs are available on the front panel.

  • Monitor output provides 10-15 V signals (up to 50 mA) for viewing the output on an oscilloscope or for controlling other devices.
  • Pulse stimulator’s signal, simultaneously available at the Isolator output, is sufficient to drive any WPI A300 Series stimulus isolator (A365 or A385) and is also TTL and CMOS compatible.
  • Variable output can provide signals varying between ±10 V with a resolution of 1 mV. Separate variable outputs are provided for positive and negative signals.

NOTE: Not intended for human use.

TIMING PARAMETERS: EVENT INTERVAL 100 µs to 1000 s*
TIMING PARAMETERS: EVENT DELAY 10 µs to 100 s *
TIMING PARAMETERS: PULSE WIDTH 10 µs to 100 s *
TIMING PARAMETERS: TRAIN DURATION (ENVELOPE) 100 µs to 1000 s*
TIMING PARAMETERS: PULSE INTERVAL 20 µs to 100 s*
OUTPUTS: SYNC 5 µs , TTL, and 5 V CMOS compatible, 20 mA max.
OUTPUTS: MONITOR 10-15 V, 50 mA max.
OUTPUTS: ISOLATOR TTL & 5V CMOS compatible, 20 mA max.
VARIABLE (Pos or Neg)
PULSED/DC LOW RANGE HIGH RANGE
Range 0 to ±1V 0 to ±10V
Resolution 1mV 10mV
NOISE: Pulsed at 100 kHz bandwidth <500 µV
NOISE: DC Wide Band <500 µV
OUTPUT IMPEDANCE <1 Ω 
INPUTS: EXTERNAL SYNC Accepts 1 µs minimum pulses TTL, CMOS compatible
INPUTS: EXTERNAL GATE Accepts 1 µs pulse to continuous TTL, CMOS compatible
POWER 95-130 V or 190-260 V, switch selectable single phase, 50/60 Hz
DIMENSIONS 17 x 5.25 x 10 in. (43 x 13 x 25 cm)
SHIPPING WEIGHT 14 lb. (6.4 kg)
NOTES *Continuously variable in six ranges. All accuracies better than 1% of set value. 50kHz maximum pulse frequency.

*Continuously variable in six ranges. All accuracies better than 1% of set value. 50 kHz maximum pulse frequency.

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