Electro Optical Components Inc.

Communication Systems & Equipment

Amplifier handles frequencies from DC up to 400 MHz.

Offering low pulse distortion, Model HCA-400M-5K-C features gain of 5 x 10Â-² V/A and minimum rise/fall time of 1 ns. It comes in miniaturized and rugged aluminum housing that optimizes EMI shielding. Small size lets user get amplifier close to detector, minimizing noise from long detector leads. Amplifier is suited for amplification of small currents generated by high impedance sources such...

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Generators are based on field-effect transistor technology.
Agricultural & Farming Products

Generators are based on field-effect transistor technology.

Available in block configuration or as stand-alone unit, GIPO high voltage pulse generators can produce pulses that can reach 5.5 kV with rise time of 2.5 ns. With adjustable pulse length from 200 ns to 30 Â-µs, they can be utilized in applications where it is necessary to switch high voltage quickly. Generators can be used with pockel cells, multi channels plates, intensified CCDs, laser...

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Wideband Amplifier offers dynamic range up to 80 dB.
Communication Systems & Equipment

Wideband Amplifier offers dynamic range up to 80 dB.

With DC-coupled input and rise and fall time of 5 ns, logarithmic wideband voltage amplifier, Model HLVA-100, is suited for measurement of fast and high dynamic pulses. It includes adjustable input range, trimpots, and integrated sample and hold circuit for automated baseline correction of amplifier. Switchable at amplifier or remotely, Model HLVA-100 is laid out in EMI-shielded aluminum package...

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Pyroelectric Detectors produce low noise.
Sensors, Monitors & Transducers

Pyroelectric Detectors produce low noise.

Series LMM low microphonic detectors exhibit 20x reduction of detector noise output caused by mechanical vibration. High Gain pyroelectric detectors have responsivity up to 100x over standard detectors without increase in noise. Units are suited for heat and flame detection and gas analysis in applications such as medical, refinery, mining, automotive, and semiconductor instrumentation.

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Voltage Amplifier Modules cover bandwidth from DC-500 MHz.
Controls & Controllers

Voltage Amplifier Modules cover bandwidth from DC-500 MHz.

Series HVA Amplifier Modules feature gain ranges from 20-60 dB and low input noise of 0.9 nV/SQR(Hz) minimum. Four models in series have 2 gain settings. Small size of EMI shielded package allows use close to signal source, eliminating noise pick-up from long signal cables. Amplifiers are available with 50 ohm bipolar input for low impedance sources or 1 M ohm FET input for high impedance...

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UV Conversion Screen is suited for short pulsed lasers.
Architectural & Civil Engineering Products

UV Conversion Screen is suited for short pulsed lasers.

With spectral range of 300-370 nm, conversion screens are based on doped polymer film, which is luminescent (red) when exposed to UV radiation. Polymer and dopant allow viewing of short-pulsed strong UV laser beams with power density as high as 10,000 MW/cmÂ-². Transparent nature of product aids in adjustment optical set-up. Products feature luminescence lifetime of up to 0.5 ms.

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Current Amplifier offers variable gain from 102-108 V/A.

Current Amplifier offers variable gain from 102-108 V/A.

Model DHPCA-100 amplifies and measures currents from pico to milli-ampere. Maximum bandwidth goes up to 100 MHz with minimum rise time of 3.5 ns. Unit offers switchable AC/DC coupling, integrated lowpass filters at 1 MHz and 10 MHz, offset control, and adjustable bias voltage for use with external photodiodes. Integrated, opto-isolated digital interface allows for remote control of all main...

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Mirrors suit Nd:YAG laser applications.
Optics & Photonics

Mirrors suit Nd:YAG laser applications.

Laser Rmax 1064 nm mirrors feature reflectivity of less than 99.8%, and demonstrate drift of less than 1% on 0.2% transmitted signal. Transmitted signal can be used as accurate control signal in laser system. Due to improved optical coatings, damage thresholds at 1064 nm for mirrors have been increased 2-3 times over conventional ion deposition process.

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