Compact Precision Laser Driver offers multimodal operation.

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Along with DC-coupled trigger signal that produces 2 nsec transitions, D200 offers up to 4 A of regulated drive current that supports lasers with forward voltages up to 9 V. Built-in edge-triggered pulse generator provides up to 1 µsec pulse widths, while pulse-follower mode, also provided, accommodates externally-defined trigger widths up to 100% duty CW. Power, pulse width, drive current, and differential triggering functions are accessible via ribbon cable header.



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The D200 is the Latest in Highland Technology's Line of High-performance Compact Precision Laser Drivers.



The D200 is the latest in Highland Technology's line of high-performance compact precision laser drivers. A DC-coupled trigger signal produces fast, 2 nanosecond transitions.  Up to 4 amps of regulated drive current supports lasers with forward voltages up to 9 volts.  The built-in edge-triggered pulse generator provides up to 1us pulse widths.  A pulse-follower mode is also provided, accommodating externally-defined trigger widths up to 100% duty continuous-wave (CW).  Power, pulse width, drive current, and differential triggering functions are accessible through a ribbon cable header for embedded OEM applications.  A low-inductance laser drive interface permits direct laser connection or custom interposer / flex-cable attachment.



http://www.highlandtechnology.com/DSS/D200DS.shtml



Highland Technology, Inc.

18 Otis Street

San Francisco, CA 94103

P: (415) 551-1700

F: (415) 551-5129

http://www.highlandtechnology.com

info@highlandtechnology.com

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