RS/L plus converter extends the possibilities of the analyzer. It allows you to receive low frequency signals, which are transmitted via cables of AC mains with 220 V voltage, or via wire, especially, telephone lines without modulation or on carrier frequencies from 600 GHz to 10 MHz. Using an additional probe, the device receives and demodulates impulse signals in optical (infrared) range.
The converter transfers low frequency range in a radio range (approximately 120 MHz), where special software, which is included into the program of system’s control, carries out signal analysis
To start the operation with the converter it is necessary to connect the power network (simultaneously a sensor for signal acquisition is connected in the power network), then connect CP-50 “Antenna” to the converter’s input, and its output – to CP-50 the analyzer’s input. For control of signals of IR range, it is necessary to connect the corresponding sensors to the corresponding inputs of the converter. When the sensors are connected, set the analyzer’s receiver for the converter’s frequency indicated on its housing.
|Main voltage, V||220|
|Bandwidth (-3 dB), kHz||0.6-10000|
|Line-input sensitivity: band 12 kHz, S/N -3 dB, mV||2.5|
|Conversion frequency, MHz||110-150|
|Conversion frequency instability in temperature range 10-50 °C||5×10-6|
|Output impedance, ohm||50|
|Level of heterodyne at RF output, dBm||-60|
|Dynamic range by intermodulation distortion, dB||40|
|Conversion ratio by network input, µV/V||160|
|Conversion ratio by line input, µV/V||1000|
|Range of spectral response||0.47 – 1.12 µm|
|Total responsivity||6 mA/lm|
|Diameter of photosensitive element||10 mm|