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  • Factory-configured Receiver models provide bandwidths from 50MHz to 500MHz with maximum Receiver gains of 72dB and 80dB respectively.
  • Single and dual-Receiver DPR500 models enable single-channel and dual-channel system implementations.
  • Interchangeable Remote Pulsers allow for rapid system reconfiguration. All DPR500 Remote Pulsers generate ‘spike’ transducer-excitation pulses.
  • Remote Pulser models cover a broad range of transducer frequencies and offer both Pulse-Echo and Through operational modes.
  • PC controlled. 
  • Provided with stand-alone JSR Dot Net Control Panel Software and Software Developer’s Kit (SDK) for Windows 7 and 10 (32 & 64 bit versions.

DPR500 Pulser-Receivers offer users a high degree of system configurability. The DPR500 is factory-configured as a single or dual-channel instrument with one receiver per channel. Receiver models are offered with bandwidths of 50, 300, or 500 MHz. The combination of Receiver and Remote Pulser provides controllable transducer damping, excitation-pulse amplitude, pulse energy, pulse repetition rate, receiver gain, receiver high pass and low pass filters, pulse echo or through operation, and internal / external pulser triggering.

A number of interchangeable remote Pulser models are available to accommodate a wide range of transducer frequencies, damping, and energy requirements. The Remote Pulsers are designed to be positioned adjacent to an ultrasound transducer to minimize the length of cable between the Pulser and Transducer which minimizes cable reflections, improves the transducer damping, and improves signal quality.

Multiple DPR500 units can be controlled from one computer using a daisy-chain interconnection from unit to unit. DPR300 units can also be part of this daisy chain.

The DPR500 includes Windows-based JSR Dot Net Control Panel software. A Windows SDK is provided to enable software developers to create custom software applications.

The DPR500 has been employed in a broad range of NDT applications including scanning acoustic microscopy, materials analysis and characterization, medical and dental diagnosis, and transducer evaluation.