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Signal Recovery designs, manufactures and sells lock-in amplifiers, signal averagers, amplifiers, light choppers, signal multiplexers, and specialized counters
SIGNAL RECOVERY is part of AMETEK Advanced Measurement Technology, and designs, manufactures and sells lock-in amplifiers, signal averagers, amplifiers, light choppers, signal multiplexers, and specialized counters. We have been involved in this business since one of our constituent companies, Princeton Applied Reasearch, invented the lock-in amplifier, giving us a unique insight into the areas of research in which our products are used and the ability to really help customers solve difficult measurement problems.
With its ability to process up to 100 averaged spectra per second, while responding proportionally to multiple ions in each detector pulse, the FASTFLIGHT-2 is a superior solution for data acquisition in LC/TOF-MS and GC/TOF-MS applications.
The SIGNAL RECOVERY Model 9210 is a compact multichannel lock-in amplifier which uses the latest FPGA technology to deliver an instrument which can make complex AC and DC measurements on up to ten different analogue signals. In addition it can generate excitation signals to drive the experiment, as well as measure the current delivered by these signals.
The model 7230 is a new concept in general-purpose digital signal processing (DSP) lock-in amplifiers. It offers the excellent signal recovery performance that users expect from our instruments but at a lower price than many competitive models.
The model 7270 sets a new standard for general-purpose DSP lock-in amplifiers giving outstanding performance that is easy to use and suitable for virtually all measurements over a frequency range extending from 1 mHz to 250 kHz.
The model 197 is a compact, high performance chopper, offering features and benefits that are ideal for use in modern photometric systems.
The Model 5402 is a low noise current input preamplifier designed for use whenever the signal source is a current source - for example, an electron multiplier, ion collector, photo multiplier, or photodiode, or when measuring sample impedances. The gain (transimpedance) is switch selectable with six settings enabling the amplifier, on its most sensitive range, to detect fractions of a picoamp without noise degradation.