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Thread: Bias tee 11612V K61, K62 in pulse mode


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Alonsol

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Bias tee 11612V K61, K62 in pulse mode
Posted: Jan 22, 2012 8:18 AM
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Hello everybody,

I want to insert pulsed signal to the DC connector of the Agilent 11612V K61 or K62 bias tee.
Which voltage values to which pins in LEMO connector ( 6 pins) should I apply in order to switch the bias tee into pulse mode?

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RayH

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Re: Bias tee 11612V K61, K62 in pulse mode
Posted: Jan 24, 2012 11:59 AM   in response to: Alonsol in response to: Alonsol
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Attachment 11612V-K61-K62.pdf (436.0 KB)
normally, these bias tees were controlled directly by a bias pulser in a system. I don't have a wiring diagram of the round LEMO control connector. But, the manual does have the control logic for various modes. I attached the manual here -- I hope this helps!
Alonsol

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Re: Bias tee 11612V K61, K62 in pulse mode
Posted: Jan 25, 2012 2:09 AM   in response to: Alonsol in response to: Alonsol
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Thanks a lot.
I found the LEMO connector wiring scheme.
According to the manual- should I apply the voltage between DC\PULSE and CAL\MEAS pins only, as said in table 3 in manual or in addition apply +15V to "15V" pin, according to table 2 in manual?
I attach the LEMO connector scheme I got.
RayH

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Re: Bias tee 11612V K61, K62 in pulse mode
Posted: Jan 25, 2012 1:44 PM   in response to: Alonsol in response to: Alonsol
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+15 V is the power supply for the control board , so +15V must always be present.

DC/PULSE and CAL/MEAS are the logic control lines. Set these as required for your measurement.

The manual mentions -15V supply, but this is apparently not used.

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