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M. W. Moyer
M. W. Moyer
09:32 Jun-05-2001
C-Scan Recorder Amplifier

We have an old ultrasonic lab scanning system that has a dry paper C-scan recorder
for recording. We have the need to drive this system using instrumentation that
has a 0 to 10 volt output. The specs for the recorder are 0 to 50 ma into 4k ohms.
Does anyone know of an inexpensive amplifier that could be used to couple the
instrumentation to the C-scan recorder?

Thanks in advance.
Bill Moyer




    
 
 

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