Labsmith TT1680 16-channel Timing Controller
With 16 inputs, 16 timing channels, two logic stages and 8 outputs, the TT1680 outperforms a rack full of instruments.
LC1680 16-channel timing controller
The LabSmith TT1680 coordinates the timing and synchronization of the most demanding applications. With 16 inputs, 16 timing processors, two logic stages and eight outputs, the TT1680 outperforms a rack full of digital delay generators, gates, timers, filters and cables..
- Complete toolkit for timing and triggering experiments
- 16 channels of agile digital delays, timers, and clocks
- Sophisticated logic, gating and filtering
- Windows- or LabView-based programming and operation
- 10ns resolution and 100ps accuracy
- Field-updatable software and firmware
- Particle Imaging Velocimetry system timing
- Multi-laser and -camera optical combustion analysis systems
- Synchronise to rotating mechinery
- Mems-BioMems research
- Materials testing
- Gas Dynamics
The TT1680 brings you functions that are simply not available elsewhere.
With a single TT1680 you can synchronize all experimental hardware. Each of the sixteen logic channels can operate as a clock, digital delay, delayed trigger, or counter, with functions like "divide by N", "skip N triggers" or "hold until reset", all with 10 ns resolution and programmable input trigger logic.
"Dynamic delay triggering" lets you reliably capture elusive phenomena, basing its delay time on a real-time measurement. This unique mode lets you control uncertain timing situations, such as synchronizing a flash to a passing projectile, or timing the spark in a cyclic combustion system. Another mode, false-trigger suppression, helps tame noisy signals and prevents unwanted triggering in sub-optimal environments. You can even employ safety interlocks and switches to toggle between operating modes (free-run, single-shot, calibration), all without jumper cables or external logic.
The hardware controller can function as part of a computer-based control system using the LabSmith Trigger software or user-written LabView or C++ routines, or it can operate stand-alone as a benchtop instrument.
With the TT1680 linked to your computer, you'll quickly program, refine and expand experiments.
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