San Rafael, CA (PRWEB) June 30, 2010
Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC) has released a major update to Labview drivers for our Model 1105 Universal Frequency Counter and our Model 645 Arbitrary Waveform Generator. The drivers can be download at the BNC’s website on product webpages or the National Instruments website (http://www.ni.com) by searching the BNC Model Numbers.
“We are excited to expand on this interface available for our customers. NI certified drivers are important for users in a wide range of applications, from generating signals for test or research to measuring scientific phenomena”, comments Mark Slattery, Application Engineer.
The Model 1105 has 12 digits of frequency resolution and 40ps of time interval resolution. The real-time DSP front-end facilitates faster measurement throughput, making the 1105 the most cost effective Universal Counter available.
The Model 645 50MHz Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator delivers many more features and additional user modes when compared to our previous models. With new manufacturing techniques, we are able to reduce cost and provide a low end user price. New DDS+ technology embraces advancements in the semiconductor industry and leverages state-of-the-art components for both standard and complex functions. For details on either product, see http://www.berkeleynucleonics.com or call 800-234-7858.
About Berkeley Nucleonics
Founded in 1963, BNC is an internationally recognized pioneer in the development of precision test, measurement and nuclear instrumentation. Headquartered in San Rafael, California, BNC also provides an accredited training program and a variety of calibration and OEM instrumentation development services.