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Synchronization and Screw Terminal Panel for UEI DAQ Cubes

DNA-STP-SYNC-1G

Features

  • Simple connection of external trigger to Cube/RACKtangle chassis
  • Buffers internal or external Sync signal to up to 6 slaved chassis
  • Allows a master Cube/RACKtangle to channel its trigger pulse through the board’s buffers so its timing matches that of the slaves
  • Provides BNC and screw terminal connection to sync signals
  • Drives triggers up to 50 feet
  • Clock sync up to 1000 feet
  • Easy DIN rail mounting
  • Daisy-chain to additional boards with standard BNC cable or DNA-CBL-SYNC-RJ
Synchronization and Screw Terminal Panel for UEI DAQ Cubes
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DNA-STP-SYNC-1G

Synchronization and Screw Terminal Panel for UEI DAQ Cubes.

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