Delayed Trigger Amplifier

The Model 1547 Delayed Trigger Amplifier is used to produce a known and reproducible time delay between the occurrence of an event-associated trigger signal and the discharge of the Febetron Pulser. It shapes, delays and amplifies the externally derived trigger signal and delivers a suitable high voltage pulse through the Model 3435 Trigger Transformer to the trigger gap in the Pulser thus Discharging the Pulser.

Specifications of the Delayed Trigger Amplifier is provided under the Febetron Homepage.

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