The family of ethernet control modules provide a easy way for detection system remote control over the Internet
The communication with the ethernet interface uses TCP/IP . The controller can have a static IP address or a dynamically assigned address (DHCP). The controller accepts commands with ASCII syntax similar to the GPIB syntax. The twisted pair connector makes integration into the laboratory network easy. The different modules can be stacked together so that only one network connection is necessary.
- Control and readout of up to 16 transient recorders
- LabView driver
- C driver
- Efficient Push-Mode for single shot acquisitions
- Part# Ethernet-IO
Detector Remote Control
The detector remote control is offered in different configurations: for 4 or 8 PMT's or for 4 APD'sTriple-HV modules are currently only with digital remote control. They set and read back the HV Voltage. One can set and read back the channel description.
Partnumbers:PM-Remote-4 goes perfectly with a Rack-2. The PM-Remote-8 is the optimum choice for a PMT-Rack8. APD-Remote-Dig) unit the APD high voltage can be set and read back and the temperature controller can be turned on and off.
Please note that it requires an APD with 6 pin Lemo connector.APD-Remote-4) unit the APD high voltage can be set and the temperature controller can be turned on and off.
Please note that it requires an APD with a 4 pin M8 connector.Pretrig) incorporates one trigger input and 4 different outputs to build up compact detection systems. The triggger input can be used to synchronize the system to an external laser flash lamp or Q-switch trigger. The module can also run internally triggered. The module is able to generate:
- a lamp trigger
- a pretrigger for the transient recorder
- a Q-Switch trigger
- and a Gating trigger for gated PMT-Modules.
ProgrammingThe programming manual gives a complete description of the setup procedure and the command syntax. All modules come together with a LabView source code and a sample application.
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