The HSP17 is a photomultiplier assembly composed by the PSU and socket board, the PMT itself and the insulation housing. The HSP17 offers various PMT sensibility and spectral response possibilities. The socket contains a voltage elevator, capable to supply PMTs of the 1.4/1.8 Kv range voltage supplies they need. It supports russian tubes as the FEU17, the FEU39, FEU39A and similar products. Its plug is compatible with the XC series cross-correlators and the AHP fluorescence spectrographs, including the special versions of the XC series. It accepts alternate input voltage and can elevate its peak value by a 5x factor with a maximum of 400v Vpp AC input (2k PMT supply). It has a front light entrance and can house a thermal cooler or specific adaptive optics. The light entrance has a C-type threaded input, compatible with many optical path laboratory standards. The specifications vary upon the PMT model and generally are: -RJ11 input plug -Alternate input supply voltage within 400vpp […]
The AHP XC4 is a 4-channel intensity cross-correlator. The intensity correlation is a correlation of events between two or more inputs characterized as pulses. The XC4 accepts 5v-TTL not-logic inputs with a maximum bandwidth of 450MHz. Its 4 inputs are then cross-correlated each other and up to 6 baselines can be obtained. Intensity correlation can be applied to photonics and interferometers, even optical and radio. AHP offers both optical and radio options for intensity interferometers with its radio detectors and PMT assemblies. AHP XC4 specifications: – 4 TTL inputs with 450MHz maximum bandwith – 150 Vpp power supply in-connector with independent switching – 3.5mm TTL UART jack compatible with FTDI standard – Open source firmware – INDI library well-tested and open source driver – 6 possible baselines – 57.6 Kbaud sampling frequency – Simple protocol for user made software – Direct reading of pulse counts and correlation counts – RJ11 connectors for easy plug standards Contact Us
The MC03 Motor controller is a goto mount stepper motor controller compatible with the Synscan protocol. It is fully compatible with the GT1 configuration program and can drive two stepper motors granting an output up to 1A per winding. Features: 1A/winding (4 per motor, 2 motors) RA/Dec Goto functionality 64microstep low speed mode. Fully configurable for any kind of mount or gear ratio Compatible with the Synscan handset Fast and precise Goto Stepper motors can be wired as you want, since the wiring configuration is programmable. ST4 autoguiding support. PCB design for ease mount on your DIY project. Buy now
This board is a DC-DC voltage converter and elevator. With an input of 5V can output up to 320V, depending on the input current capacity. The HTPSU has a 400V capacitor, which can grant long duration of the output charge and medium current capacity. This power supply can be used for various projects: Geiger tube power supply Flash light charge supply Electronic tube power supply You can regulate the output voltage by changing the input voltage. Buy now
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The MC02 motor controller board is a nice and economic way to control a small stepper motor. This board is very simple, both to use and to mount into your mechanics. It is shipped with a software that permits three ways of operation: Full-step motor control Half-step motor control Microstep motor control The MC02 can be controlled by using an USB cable, using the WinUSB serial interface, or by using the two pins on the rear part of the board. The motor outputs can reach up to 1A each winding. Two led indicators show you the actual power and operating status of the device.
The PM5 can drive 5 digital/PWM outputs reaching as high current as 5A per channel, switching in range of 0-5/0-24 volts at a maximum frequency of 10KHz. The PM5 is compatible with a single motor output of the GT1 at input end, while the output connector is compatible with the old standard DB9 port, so old astronomical mountings or motors are suitable for use. The PM5 also is well insulated, using an optocoupler as input stage, can be over/lower volted safely. It has these features and connectors: RJ12 digital input connector, positive active Coaxial supply voltage, center positive DB9 output connector High current and voltage: up to 5A/24V impulsive per channel Optical input insulation
The GT1 is a stepper motor controller with goto functionality. The GT1 can be configured to drive any kind of mount, since it is capable to adapt on any gear ratio from the configuration software. You can change the gear ratio settings, microstep resolution, motor winding configuration and maximum goto/slew speed. Each motor winding can be supplied by the GT1 with a maximum of 1 Ampere current.The GT1 supports overvoltage up to 18v for tight motor grip. The GT1 is also compatible with the Skywatcher SynScan handset and EQMOD software, so you can use it standalone or by PC connection using software like SkyCharts, KStars or other software.It is also possible to drive the GT1 from the smartphone using INDI and KStars for Android. The precision in low speed, including autoguide and sidereal tracking, is 64 microsteps.The maximum speed has no limit, but must be appropriate to the load and weight of the telescope and the power of the engines.The […]