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RW Electronics | Dual Trigger Box

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The RW Electronics trigger box products are specifically designed to be total compatible with Photron High Speed Imaging Systems, but will also operate with other camera manufactures’ products. The variety of products offers flexibility, redundancy and isolation from incoming signals protecting th ...Read more
  • Description
  • Specifications

The RW Electronics trigger box products are specifically designed to be total compatible with Photron High Speed Imaging Systems, but will also operate with other camera manufactures’ products. The variety of products offers flexibility, redundancy and isolation from incoming signals protecting the high value imaging devices. The RW Electonics trigger box does trigger conditioning which will accept either a switch closer or voltage input is selectable by the user.

All boxes offer a wide range of input voltages ranging from 3 volts to 28 volts DC, sensing the rising edge to generate the positive TTL signal to the imaging system.

The voltage ranges from 3 to 28 volts DC on Input #1. Input # 2 will accept switch closure.

The two inputs are configured in an “or” logic.

Specifications

The trigger conditioning interface #1 will accept either a switch closure or a voltage input is selectable by the user. The voltage ranges from 3 to 28 volts DC.

Input #2 will accept a switch closure and both inputs are configured as an "or" logic.

Onboard switch trigger

The quad output of the box is compliant to all Photron TTL trigger input and data acquisition systems requirements

  • 3 to 28 volts DC input (Input 1)
  • Switch closure input (Input 1)
  • Switch closure input (Input 2)
  • Test switch on box
  • 4 TTL outputs
  • Optional open-drain on output four.
Dual Input

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