LB478A USB Peak, Pulse, and Average
PowerSensor+™ Lead time 2 weeks or less (8
weeks with option 35F)
The LB478A is a 10 MHz to 8 GHz (Usable to 10 GHz) wide dynamic range power
sensor capable of measuring Peak, Pulse and Average Power. With a VSWR
of 1.15:1 and operation over a wide -35 dBm to +20 dBm dynamic range It is intended to
be a higher performance, significantly lower cost, compact replacement
for existing sensors.
Users requiring improved match or improved dynamic
range should order the LB479A.
Users requiring pulse profiling should order the LB480A.
N - 50 ohm
- 50 ohm
|Other Options Include:
additional connector of the same type may be ordered. This provides the
user the ability to change out or replace connectors during development
phases of a project. Once the device's connector has been removed and
replaced with the same or different connector, the device's calibration
and match are not guaranteed.
|• Add male
connector, option 20M
|• Add female
connector, option 20F
|A connector can be
changed in about 5 minutes.
recorder out, option
001. This option adds an optional output voltage that is proportional
to the input power. The recorder output voltage ranges from zero to one
volt and is proportional to input power level. The range of power
levels represented by the voltage output is set by the user. The output
is provided through the SMB connector that is located in the same
position as the trigger in.
|If the unit is ordered
with both external
hardware triggering and the recorder out options, the SMB connector is
shared between the recorder out and trigger in functions. Trigger in
and recorder out functions are mutually exclusive functions. As a
result, when the unit's recorder output is turned on the trigger input
option 003. Adds an external hardware input trigger and external
hardware output trigger. Both trigger in and trigger out are SMB
connectors. If the recorder out option is also present, the trigger in
SMB connector is shared between trigger in and recorder out (see "Add
recorder out"). As a result, when the unit's trigger input is turned on
the recorder output is disabled.