The SR250 is a data logger from Stanford Research. Data loggers, or data recorders, collect information over time for a variety of purposes. A data logger uses internal memory and sensors to gather and document information on a 24-hour basis. Receive an accurate and comprehensive picture of the environmental conditions you’re monitoring as the device logs this information around the clock. Use data logging to measure temperature, humidity, wind speed, solar radiation, soil moisture levels, road traffic, tank levels, and a number of other elements.
- Gate width from 2 ns to 15 µs (expandable to 150 µsec)
- Internal rate generator
- Active baseline subtraction
- Shot-by-shot output
- Gate output for precise gate timing
- Average 1 to 10,000 samples
- DC to 20 kHz repetition rate
- Low jitter (<20 ps + 0.01% of delay) SR250 Front Panel SR250 Rear Panel
The SR250 Gated Integrator is a versatile, high-speed, NIM module designed to recover fast analog signals from noisy backgrounds. The SR250 consists of a gate generator, a fast gated integrator, and exponential averaging circuitry.
The gate generator, triggered internally or externally, provides an adjustable delay from a few nanoseconds to 100 ms before it generates a continuously adjustable gate with a width between 2 ns and 15 µs. The gate delay can be set from the front panel or automatically scanned by applying a rear-panel control voltage. Scanning the gate allows the recovery of entire waveforms.