New 7810 Transconductance Amplifier from Guildline Provides the Latest in New innovation for High Current, Wide Bandwidth AC Outputs.
Guildline Instruments new 7810 Transconductance Amplifier is designed for high current, wide bandwidth AC outputs. It operates from DC to 1 MHz with extremely low distortion. The 7810 is able to produce outputs up to 100 A over a specified frequency range of DC to 1 MHz, when using a stable voltage source. Featuring a touch-sensitive screen, the 7810 can calibrate any device that requires a known stable source of AC current, manually or via automation. The Transconduc-tance Amplifier satisfies AC current measurement requirements at power and frequencies up to 1 MHz. The device provides up to 100 Amperes output.
The output of the 7810 is based on a unique patented multi cell current source array developed at Guildline Instruments. This output array is extremely stable, with a zero drift of less than 50 ppm/hour at 100 Amperes at 100 kHz. The 7810 also offers an impressive 7 to 9 V output compliance voltage