Analog integrators produce an output signal that is equal to the integral of the input signal. They find widespread use in converting the voltage created by magnetic pickup coils into a direct measurement of the magnetic field/current. The EHT ultra stable integrators can operate from 100 nanoseconds to continuous, at frequencies up to 5 MHz, with microsecond scale RC time constants. Due to their extremely high gain and high frequency of operation, the integrators have an unprecedented effective dynamic range. The EHT integrators dramatically exceed the ITER specifications for both integration error and pulse duration. They are ‘best of class’ in the world.
View the EHT ISP-16 Integrator Product Brochure here (PDF)
The ISP-16 is an ultra stable, high frequency, analog differential integrator that contains 16 independent integrator channels, which are optimized to run for times less than 10 seconds.
The ILP-8 is an ultra-stable, high frequency, analog differential integrator that contains 8 independent integrator channels, which are optimized to run for times longer than 1 second.
See live demonstrations of our ILP-8 integrator under test here: