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The Stanford Research Systems (SRS) SR555 is a low-noise, high-bandwidth, 10V/µA fixed-gain current (trans-impedance) amplifier designed to work with SRS lock-in amplifiers.
These current amplifiers are designed to be placed close to the experimental detector, providing gain close to the source and allowing the user to minimise input cable length and its corresponding input capacitance. The SR555 minimises noise and pickup before they permanently degrade the signal-to-noise ratio, reducing measurement time in noise-limited experiments.
This preamplifier takes its power from a Stanford Research lock-in amplifier like the SR865 or SR830, via a 9-pin cable. The SR555 can also be operated independently by applying the appropriate DC power.
|Bandwidth||120 kHz (–3 dB)|
|Input noise (typ.)||
42 fA/√Hz at 1 kHz
|Bias current||<3 pA|
|DC bias input|
|Settling time||<150 ms|
|Gain accuracy||1 %|
|Gain stability||±50 ppm/°C|
|Output||20 Vpp max. balanced differential 10 mA max., 50Ω|
|Power||Supplied by SR510, SR530, SR810, SR830, SR850 or SR124 via control cable|
|Mechanical||3.0" × 1.3" × 5.1" (WHD)|
|Warranty||One year parts and labor on defects in materials and workmanship|
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