612a 12 channel, fixed gain photomultiplier amplifier 612am 6

612a 12 channel, fixed gain photomultiplier amplifier 612am 6
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612A 12 CHANNEL, FIXED GAIN
PHOTOMULTIPLIER AMPLIFIER
612AM 6 CHANNEL, VARIABLE GAIN
PHOTOMULTIPLIER AMPLIFIER
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200 MHz Bandwidth
Direct Coupled
2.5X to 40X Gain
5 V Linear Range
Two Outputs Per Channel
Low Cost
FOR HIGH FIDELITY AMPLIFICATION OF FAST SIGNALS
The Model 612A and the Model 612AM are multiple-channel NIM standard modules, optimized for faithful
amplifi cation of fast photomultiplier-type signals. With high stability and integral linearity, plus a wide dynamic
range, these amplifiers allow the use of economical, low gain phototubes, even in demanding direct-coupled
ADC applica tions.
A high-speed operational amplifier design makes the performance of the amplifier virtually independent of
external variables, such as supply voltages or temperature. There is virtually no warm-up drift on turn-on. The
amplifiers simply magnify the input without significant distortion or operating constraints.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
The Model 612A has 12 channels of a fixed 10X gain. Each channel of the Model 612AM, on the other hand,
uses two internal amplifiers to achieve a higher but variable gain up to 40X. With the variable gain of the
612AM, simple high voltage distribution may be used where the gains are equalized by the amplifier rather than
the high voltage. This technique avoids photomultiplier propagation delay changes resulting from varying the
high voltage supply.
The linear range extends from +200 mV to -5 V, directly compatible with LeCroy current integrating ADCs and
discriminators.
The 612A offers a 200MHz bandwidth while the 612AM offers 140MHz, adapted to handle all but the fastest
photomultiplier tubes.
DC-coupling, fast rise times, 1 mV DC stability at the output, 0.1% integral linearity, low overshoot and DC
offset temperature coefficient insure faithful reproduction of signal shape after amplification.
Both amplifiers offer a built-in fan-out of two, simplifying simultaneous use of the same photomultiplier signal
for multiple purposes.
Both input and output are protected against overload conditions, and recovery rate is swift.
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SPECIFICATIONS
INPUT
Impedance: 50 ohm.
Input Protection: ±5% A for 0.5 µsec; ±0.5 A for continuous input voltage; clamps at ±0.6 V.
Reflection Coefficient: Less than 5% over input dynamic range.
Quiescent Voltage: ±0.5 mV.
OUTPUT
Maximum Positive Amplitude (Linear): +200 mV.
Maximum Negative Amplitude (Linear): -2 V with 6 V supply; -5 V with -12 V supply.
Overshoot: Less than ±10% for input rise times 1.5 nsec and gains > 4X; slightly larger for gains < 4X.
Quiescent Voltage: 0 V ±3 mV.
Output Voltage DC Offset Temperature Coefficient: 612AM, 400 µV/°C maximum; 612A, 100 µV/°C.
Output Voltage Variation: 612AM, < 4 mV for ±1% variation of any supply voltage; 612A, < 1 mV.
GENERAL
Gain: 612AM, 2.5 to 40; 612A, 10 fixed ±5%. Non-inverting, long term stability ±1%.
Linearity: 612AM, 0.2% integral; 612A, 0.01%.
Coupling: Direct.
Rise Time: 612AM, < 3.0 nsec, 10 to 90%; 612A, < 2.0 nsec, 10 to 90%.
Delay: 612AM, approximately 5.5 nsec. 612A, 4 nsec.
Noise: Less than 50 µV R.M.S., referred to input, total.
Interchannel Crosstalk: Output in one channel affects any other channel by no more than -40 dB for the
612AM and -70 dB for the 612A.
Overload Recovery:
a) Operation with -12 V supply: saturated for approximately 15 nsec after 10X overload.
b) Operation with -6 V supply: saturated for approximately 50 nsec after 10X overload. For wide pulses (i.e., > 5
µsec) it is recommended to use -12 V supply for best overload recovery.
Packaging: RF-shielded AEC/NIM #1 width module conforming to specifications outlines in AEC Report TID20893; Lemo connectors.
Power Requirements: In rear-panel selected 6 V mode: 350 mA at +6 V; 275 mA at -6 V; 10 mA at +12 V; 5
mA at -12 V; 80 mA at -24 V. In 12 V mode: 350 mA at +6 V; 10 mA at +12 V; 275 mA at -12 V; 80 mA at -24
V.
Copyright© September 1995. LeCroy is a registered trademark of LeCroy Corporation. All rights reserved.
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