Instrument functions include adjustable damping, gain, pulse amplitude, pulse energy, pulse repetition rate, high pass filters, low pass filters, echo or through mode select (dependent on pulser selection), and pulser trigger source.
The rapid-recovery receiver and the pulser circuitry are fully shielded from electromagnetic noise and interference to ensure a high signal to noise ratio.
The DPR500 includes a Windows-based software control program. An unlimited number of instrument setups can be stored and retrieved. Multiple JSR instruments may be connected to the same host computer. A Windows SDK is provided to enable rapid development of custom software.
The DPR500 utilizes remote pulsers. This approach enables the pulser to be located in close proximity to the transducer. By eliminating long lengths of cable between the pulser and transducer, cable effects that can produce undesirable reflections and ringing are minimized. Avariety of interchangeable remote pulsers are available to accommodate a wide range of transducer frequencies and energy requirements.
Applications include acoustic microscopy, thin material or coating thickness gaging, computer controlled imaging and measurement systems, materials analysis and characterization, and transducer evaluation.
•Configurable as a dual channel instrument with two independent receiver modules, or as a single channel instrument
•Receiver bandwidth options up to 500 MHz
•PC control of all pulser/receiver functions
•Utilizes interchangeable remote pulsers
•72/80 dB gain low noise receivers
•Operates in both pulse-echo and through transmission mode
•JSR Control Panel application and Software Developer Kit for Windows XP, Embedded, Vista, and Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit for all versions) are provided