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by VBougeat
February 4th, 2016, 8:05 am
Forum: PicoAmmeters
Topic: 485 - under pulsed beam
Replies: 3
Views: 22303

Re: 485 - under pulsed beam

I don't understand what " The signals would not even resister... " means ? I know that I won't be ablde to see the pattern of my signal. But what I'm interrested in is its mean value. Because of the long rise time, I thought the voltage output of the Current-to-Voltage Converter would be constant an...
by VBougeat
February 3rd, 2016, 8:58 am
Forum: PicoAmmeters
Topic: 485 - under pulsed beam
Replies: 3
Views: 22303

485 - under pulsed beam

Hi, I'd like to use an old 485 - to measure current under a pulsed radiation beam. Theoretically, my signal is made of 2 simultaneous components : - one is square, last 5 us every 5 ms, and instantaneous current is 30 nA. - the other is triangular, last 100 us every 5 ms, and maximum current is 3 nA...

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