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Key Features

  • DC-45MHz supports thermal and mechanical controls and the highest-performance regulators and amplifiers
  • Low distortion for superior precision
  • 25 Ohm insertion resistance
  • 50 Ohm oscillator input
  • < 3uA typical bias current
  • >2 MΩ typical Input Resistance
  • High PSRR Low Noise Regulator with Universal input



What’s included

  • J2110A Solid State Injector
  • J2171A High PSRR Regulated Adapter
  • User manual
  • 1 Year Warranty



While it is possible to obtain high-quality injection transformers with bandwidths as wide as 1Hz to 5MHz or more, in some cases this is still insufficient for some tests. For example, a typical heater control loop might have a bandwidth of less than 1Hz, while some linear regulators and opamp circuits can have bandwidths of up to 100MHz or, in some cases, even higher. For these applications, a solid-state injector can provide the necessary bandwidth. A solid-state injector can perform at DC, while the upper-frequency limit is dictated by the components selected and the printed circuit board material and layout. It is possible to obtain a solid-state injector with a working range of DC – 200MHz, though above 50MHz the interconnection between the injector and the circuit being tested can become quite critical. It is essential that the ripple from the injector power supply does not dramatically degrade the dynamic range or the signal-to-noise ratio of the measurement. The resulting plots are often much cleaner when using a solid state injector than with a transformer injector.


The selection of a valid injection point in the circuit is more critical when using a solid-state injector than with the transformer injector. The solid-state injector presents an infinite impedance between the points of injection. In order to provide correct results one side of the measurement must present a much higher impedance than the other side. In a typical power supply control loop, the voltage sense divider is generally a good injection point, since the output impedance of the power supply is very low compared with the impedance of the voltage sense divider.


The solid-state injector has a limitation in the operating voltage, with the majority limited to 10V or 12V. This is not the amplitude of the injection signal, but the peak value (positive or negative) of the signal operating voltage.


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Picotest J2110A Solid State Injector

  • Characteristic Typical Units Conditions
    Maximum Vcc +/-12 V 25 degC
    Maximum Icc 20 mA  
    Max Input Voltage DC+AC +/-10.5 V  
    Output Voltage +/-10.5 V  
    Modulation Input Impedance 20 Ohms  
    Output Impedance 50 Ohms  
    Input Impedance 25 Ohms  
    Bias Current 8 uA  
    -3dB Bandwidth (-10dBm) DC-40 MHz  
    Temperature Range 0-50 C  
    Maximum Altitude 6000 Ft  
    Absolute Maximum Voltage < 50VAC & 75VDC    


    J2110A Datasheet


    To avoid equipment damage and/or severe injuries or death ensure that the absolute maximum ratings are observed and not exceeded at all times.


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