Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC) has a rich history of providing precision electronic instrumentation for test, measurement and nuclear research. Our products range from pulse generators and digital delay generators to specialized handheld instruments and portal monitors capable of radiation detection and isotope identification.
BNC’s radiation detection pager is a popular radiation ID instrument in use by HazMat teams, firefighters, first responders, and border protection personnel. Our most sophisticated equipment is capable of real time medical and industrial isotope identification of nuclear material (RIID).
BNC offers an accredited training program which provides attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the principles and techniques involved in radiation detection and isotope identification. This program also provides CEUs.
Our benchtop pulse generators feature a fast risetime and low jitter. Our most popular digital delay pulse generator are packed with many useful features, such as selectable time references and adjustable amplitude/channel. With up to eight channels of delay and width control, the Model 565 is proving to be an extremely versatile instrument. Thank you for your interest in BNC's suite of picosecond and nanosecond pulse generators for your application.
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