Test Equipment

Pulse Generator
Model 500

M500

The Ludlum Model 500 Pulse generator provides the functions necessary for use in calibrating Ludlum radiation detection instruments as well as many other scaler/ratemeter instruments from other manufacturers. The adjustable output pulse rate is displayed on a three-digit LED readout. Potentiometers (both coarse and fine controls) and a multiplier switch provide rates from 1 to 9.9 x 106 counts per minute (cpm). Pulse amplitude is controlled by a multiplier switch and a LO/HI potentiometer, while pulse polarity is chosen by a selector switch. Amplitude may be varied between 0 and a negative or positive 5 volts; displayed on an analog meter. The high voltage of the instrument under test is displayed on an analog meter with markings of 0-2.5 kilovolts.

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Pulse Generator
Model 500-1

M500-1

The Ludlum Model 500-1 Pulse Generator (Pulser) provides the functions necessary for use in calibrating Ludlum instruments, as well as many other scaler/ratemeter instruments. The adjustable output pulse rate is displayed on a three-digit LED readout. Potentiometers (both coarse and fine controls) and a multiplier switch provide rates from 1 to 9.9 x 106 counts per minute (cpm). Pulse amplitude is controlled by a multiplier switch and a LO/HI potentiometer, while pulse polarity is chosen by a selector switch. Amplitude may be varied between 0 and a negative or positive 5 volts; displayed on an analog meter. The high voltage of the instrument under test is displayed on a four-digit LED display.

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Pulse Generator
Model 500-2

M500-2

The Ludlum Model 500-2 Pulse Generator (Pulser) provides the functions necessary for use in calibrating Ludlum instruments, as well as many other scaler/ratemeter instruments. The adjustable output pulse rate is displayed on a three-digit LED readout. Potentiometers (both coarse and fine controls) and a multiplier switch provide rates from 10-9.9 x 106 cpm. Pulse amplitude is controlled by a multiplier switch and a LO/HI potentiometer, while pulse polarity is chosen by a selector switch. Amplitude may be varied between 0 and a negative or positive 5 volts; displayed on a four-digit LED readout. The high voltage of the instrument under test is displayed on a four-digit LED readout.

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