A ultrasound pulser that allows Need to get down to 100ns wide square high voltage pulses, both in the positive and negative. Control of pulses must be through 3.3 or 5V tolerant logic pulses height must be selectable at ~25V, 50V, 75V (for positive pulses) and -25, -50V, and -75V for negative. Only power supply required is 5V
To get a better pulser, with more features than the previous one (also here on Tindie)
Settable 0, 25, 50 or 75V for positive high voltage, same applies to negative high voltage.
See three pulses on a piezo done without impedance adaptation below, with the resulting echo.
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