e-Gun Controller Of Surface Science Software
Image/data acquisition and analysis. Fully integrated multitasking analysis software.
An electron gun (also called electron emitter) is an electrical component in some vacuum tubes that produces a narrow, collimated electron beam that has a precise kinetic energy. The largest use is in cathode ray tubes (CRTs), used in nearly all television sets, computer displays and oscilloscopes that are not flat-panel displays. They are also used in field emission displays (FEDs), which are essentially flat-panel displays made out of rows of extremely small cathode ray tubes. They are also used in microwave linear beam vacuum tubes such as klystrons, inductive output tubes, travelling wave tubes, and gyrotrons, as well as in scientific instruments such as electron microscopes and particle accelerators. Electron guns may be classified by the type of electric field generation (DC or RF), by emission mechanism (thermionic, photocathode, cold emission, plasmas source), by focusing (pure electrostatic or with magnetic fields), or by the number of electrodes.
Controls all relevant electron gun parameters
Various parameter sets can be saved and loaded Integrates seamlessly into STAIB hardware and acquisition software
Analog channel control
Analog control channels (ACC) are used for the transmission of control signaling information between a base station and a mobile radio.
16 bit DAC control
Up to 8 analog outputs
Digital output control
Beam blanking (optional)