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…accurate measurement, the external trigger input is optically isolated from the LabMax internal ground by an optoisolator. The following figure shows a simplified schematic of the external trigger input circuitry. Figure 5-1. External Trigger Input Circuitry Ext Trigger RCA Jack 2 to 7V 7V 221…

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…accurate measurement, the external trigger input is optically isolated from the LabMax internal ground by an optoisolator. The following figure shows a simplified schematic of the external trigger input circuitry. Figure 5-1. External Trigger Input Circuitry Ext Trigger RCA Jack 2 to 7V 7V 221…

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Special Topics 5 - 3 The external trigger signal can be either a rising or a falling edge. Trigger polarity is selected in the SETUP: Trigger menu. NOTICE! Trigger signals greater than 7 VDC can damage the optoisolator and should be avoided.

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Book.book

Special Topics 5 - 3 The external trigger signal can be either a rising or a falling edge. Trigger polarity is selected in the SETUP: Trigger menu. NOTICE! Trigger signals greater than 7 VDC can damage the optoisolator and should be avoided.

Book.book

Book.book

Special Topics 5 - 3 The external trigger signal can be either a rising or a falling edge. Trigger polarity is selected in the SETUP: Trigger menu. NOTICE! Trigger signals greater than 7 VDC can damage the optoisolator and should be avoided.

Book.book

Book.book

Special Topics 5 - 3 The external trigger signal can be either a rising or a falling edge. Trigger polarity is selected in the SETUP: Trigger menu. NOTICE! Trigger signals greater than 7 VDC can damage the optoisolator and should be avoided.

Book.book

Book.book

Special Topics 5 - 3 The external trigger signal can be either a rising or a falling edge. Trigger polarity is selected in the SETUP: Trigger menu. NOTICE! Trigger signals greater than 7 VDC can damage the optoisolator and should be avoided.

Book.book

Book.book

Special Topics 5 - 3 The external trigger signal can be either a rising or a falling edge. Trigger polarity is selected in the SETUP: Trigger menu. NOTICE! Trigger signals greater than 7 VDC can damage the optoisolator and should be avoided.

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

…They are parameters whose access is restricted by password. Factory settings do not include operational parameters. Missed pulse - A measured pulse that registers with a peak value that does not exceed the baseline value. Missed pulses are detectable only under external trigger conditions.

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

…They are parameters whose access is restricted by password. Factory settings do not include operational parameters. Missed pulse - A measured pulse that registers with a peak value that does not exceed the baseline value. Missed pulses are detectable only under external trigger conditions.

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

…They are parameters whose access is restricted by password. Factory settings do not include operational parameters. Missed pulse - A measured pulse that registers with a peak value that does not exceed the baseline value. Missed pulses are detectable only under external trigger conditions.

Book.book

Book.book

Operation 4 - 59 External triggers can be selected as negative or positive, and a trigger delay can be entered if the laser pulse occurs after the external trigger event. Available values: See the following table: To change a value: 1. On the main SETUP screen, turn the Selection knob to move the…

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