The Amplifier 110 is a four-channel, low noise, non-inverting measurement amplifier. Its gain can be set in increments of 10 dB from −50 dB to 60 dB via an SPI control interface. The Amplifier 110 is intended to reduce wide dynamic ranges to enable further signal processing and acquisition. An example of application is pickup signals in beam position monitoring in accelerators, where the Amplifier 110 can be used in combination with, for example, the Libera Hadron.
|Dynamic Range||from -50 dB to 60 dB|
|Input Voltage||max. 230 V peak (max. average input power 1.5W per channel)|
|Output Voltage||±2 V peak|
|Bandwidth||from 40 kHz to 55 MHz|
|Gain error between channels||max. ±0.1 dB|
|Output referred added noise||< 15 mVrms, for gain 60dB < 5 mVrms, for gains <60 dB|
|Input and output impedance||50 Ω|
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