Re: 1A5, 1A7


--- In, Michael Dunn <mdunn@c...> wrote:
Does anyone know the difference between the 1A5 and 1A7
differential plug ins?


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1A5 is an amplifier with differential inputs and up to 50 Mhz
bandpass, depending on sensitivity. It has an input for a special
differential probe P6046 and also has a comparison power supply built
in which may be connected to one of the differential inputs and
subtracted from the signal connected to the other differential input.
1A7 is an extremely high gain differential amplifier. It has a
bandpass of 500 Khz and a maximun sensitivity of of 10 uv/ division.

Regards, Bernard Lee

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