Schlumberger / Solartron 1250 Series Frequency Response Analyzers
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Schlumberger / Solartron 1250 Series Frequency Response Analyzers

Features

  • 'Single Sine' Measurement Technique
  • Fast and Precise Performance
  • Minimum Trial and Error
  • Enables Distorted Signals to be Analyzed Accurately and Efficiently

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Configuration:
• Waveform: Sine, Square
• Frequency Range: 1 mHz to 20 kHz
• 1%, 1deg Accuracy
• (2) Voltage Measurement Input Channels
• Built in Synchroniser and Modulator / Demodulator




Stock # 88193-2




This unit is missing a side panel; however, this does not affect its ability to function properly.

Configuration:
• Waveform: Sine, Square
• Frequency Range: 1 mHz to 20 kHz
• 1%, 1deg Accuracy
• (2) Voltage Measurement Input Channels
• Built in Synchroniser and Modulator / Demodulator
• (2) Rack Mount Ears
• (1) Handle Trim and Handle P/N: 12862004X

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Stock # 88193-1




Configuration:
• Waveform: Sine, Square
• Frequency Range: 10 µHz to 65 kHz
• 0.2%, 0.2 deg Accuracy
• (4) Voltage Measurement Input Channels
• (1) Handle Trim and Handle P/N: 12862004X



Stock # 88193-3



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Description

The Schlumberger / Solartron 1250 Series Frequency Response Analyzers use the 'Single Sine' measurement technique to provide precise measurement of gain and phase between any points in a dynamic or electrical system. This technique is recognized as the one which can implement the most searching analysis with which to assess performance, or characterize both simple and complex systems.

The 1250 Series Frequency Response Analyzers apply the power and sophistication of modem measurement technology; simple in concept, fast and precise in performance.

The resulting gain and phase parameters are easily related to physical features, thus enabling performance to be optimized with minimum trial and error. The large dynamic range of the analysis system together with the high frequency resolution of the generator allow measurements to be made on filters with sharp cut-offs and high attenuation characteristics for out of band signals.

The correlation technique which is part of the analysis process enables distorted signals, or non-linear systems, to be analyzed both accurately and efficiently.

The device under test is stimulated by a sinewave and the response analyzed at one, two or more points in the system. These responses are correlated with the stimulus to determine the amplitude and phase relative to the generator. The ratio of the two measured signals can then be calculated to provide the system transfer function. This process rejects all harmonics and, by increasing the integration time, even signals which are buried in noise can be measured accurately

Product Family: 1250, 1250B, 1253 FRA, 1254, 1255A FRA, 1255B FRA
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