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410 Analogue Lock-In Amplifier

  • Single phase instrument

  • Differential or single-ended input

  • Gain settings from 3 µV to 1 V

  • 10 Hz to 100 kHz

  • High performance wide bandwidth input gain stage

  • Analogue meter for display of output signals

  • Output offset controls

  • Output time constants from 100 µs to 30 s

  • 1F and 2F reference signal operation

  • 90° step and fine phase control

A key figure of merit used for lock-in amplifiers is dynamic reserve. The dynamic reserve of a lock-in amplifier is defined as the ratio of the noise to signal that is allowed before saturation occurs. The dynamic reserve for the Model 410 is 60dB, allowing an input signal buried in noise 1000 times larger to be recovered.

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