- Miniaturized Pulser-Receiver at just 124mm x 50mm x 25mm (4.9" x 1.98" x 1")
- Controlled and powered via USB interface
- High-gain low-noise broadband standard models with 500MHz (or higher) receiver bandwidths
- Custom models can be defined with Receiver bandwidths up to 1 GHz
- Pulse-echo or Through transmission mode operation
- Selectable high-pass and low-pass filters
- Pulser trigger rates up to 65 kHz on some models
- JSR Dot Net Control Panel application and an SDK for Windows 7 and 10 custom software development
- PureView models are easily Interchanged to reconfigure metrology systems on-the-go
- Custom PureView models can be defined for high-volume applications
The PureView family of Pulser-Receivers are USB controlled and USB powered and span a broad range of operating frequencies, enabling their usage across a correspondingly broad range of ultrasound system applications. PureView units are ideal for many applications including IVUS ultrasound catheters, high-frequency scanning acoustic microscope, and other applications that require low power or miniaturization.
PureView Pulser-Receivers incorporate the latest advances in JSR Ultrasonics Pulser-Receiver design. Advantages include broad bandwidths, extremely low noise, and high Receiver signal amplification. PureView receivers have two selectable high-pass for enhancing receiver recovery from overload, and two selectable low-pass filters for out-of-band noise reduction. PureView Pulser-Receivers can operate in Pulse-Echo mode, where one ultrasound transducer acts as both transmitter and receiver, or in Through mode where one transducer acts as a transmitter and a second transducer acts as the receiver.
The PureView Pulser can be triggered at rates as high as 65 kHz for high-throughput metrology systems using an external source, or internally triggered while providing a synchronization signal to an external waveform digitizer.
PureView models are physically interchangeable to enable users to rapidly reconfigure measurement systems.
Across the PureView family, a range of receiver bandwidths and pulser energy and voltages are available, supporting transducer frequencies up to hundreds of megahertz.