Signal Recovery 7270 General Purpose DSP Lock-in Amplifier

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The Signal Recovery 7270 general purpose DSP lock-in amplifier provides excellent signal recovery performance from a range of 1 MHz to 250kHz. The 7270 offers much more than just dual phase lock-in detection at the reference frequency of an applied signal. This lock-in amplifier includes dual reference and dual harmonic detection, which allow signals at two different frequencies to be measured simultaneously. The spectral display mode of the Signal Recovery 7270 shows the power spectral density of the input signal, making it easy to avoid interfering signals when selecting a reference frequency. It is now even possible to perform tandem demodulation. In this mode an amplitude-modulated signal at a (high) “carrier” frequency is first demodulated at that frequency. The resulting in-phase output, at short time constant settings, is a signal at the modulating frequency which is then passed forward for detection by a second set of demodulators running at the same modulating frequency. Such detection techniques, which can be used in pump-probe measurements, have until now required two separate instruments with an analog connection between them.
The Signal Recovery 7230 provides a virtual front panel via a web browser which gives it a low profile for integrating into larger system configurations.  This has been achieved by easy-to-use control panels that can be operated from any computer. There is no need to be in front of the instrument to operate it - now you can set up your experiment in the lab but return to the office while it runs, monitoring what is happening via your computer. And if you need to make a change to a setting then it’s as easy as clicking a button on a web page.