BNC Model GL-3, Sliding Pulse Generator and Ramp Generator
The Model PB-5 replaces the GL-3. Along with a suite of features and modes, the PB-5 is widely respected for its 155 uV amplitude resolution
- Repetition rate 1 Hz - 1 MHz
- Rise Time 50 ns - 2 ms
- Differential linearity better than +/- 0.25%
- Amplitude jitter: less than 20 ppm rms
- Tail Pulse or Flat Top pulse with 0.3 - 100 ms width
The Berkeley Nucleonic's Model GL-3 is a general purpose sliding pulse and ramp generator with a broad operating range.
It offers a quick, convenient way to measure linearity. By using pulses
whose amplitude linearly increases and decreases in time, you can
sweep through the entire range of your system.
With the high repetition rates, you can accumulate quickly a
statistically sufficient number of counts.
0.0 V to 9.99 volts maximum. Adjustable by ten-turn potentiometer.
Output Polarity: Positive or negative.
Output Impedance: 100 ohms.
Trig Out: BNC Connector
Integral, better than +/-0.1%;
Differential, better than +/-0.25%.
+/- 33 ppm/oC
115/230 V AC
Push button, Ramp is initiated.
Push button, Ramp terminates at end of cycle.
Push button, Ramp is reset.
5 / 50 / 500 sec / Ext Ref / Precision Pulser.
Positive or Negative output pulses.
Rep / Single Cycle:
Toggle to provide continuous or single cycle ramp.
A: 1 Hz to 1 MHz, continuously adjustable in 6 steps.
B: External trigger
D: Single cycle: One pulse occurs each time the push button is pressed.
Width: 0.3 to 100 ms in 3 ranges, continuously adjustable.
50 ns to 2 ms in 6 steps.
1, 10, 100