Press Release Summary:
Model 762 OEM laser diode driver provides up to 2.5 A of drive current with compliance voltages up to 2.5 V, while pulse widths down to 20 nsec or less are possible with optical pulse rise times of 10 nsec. System board, which includes FPGA and bidirectional PID thermoelectric cooler controller, provides sensing for back facet monitor and outputs digital laser fire indicator pulse and scaled analog output. Product is suited for driving 14-pin butterfly packaged laser diode modules.
Original Press Release:
Analog Modules, Inc. Announces the Release of Its OEM Seed Laser Diode Driver Assembly
Longwood, FL - Analog Modules, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of its OEM Seed Laser Diode Driver, Model 762.
AMI's Model 762 OEM programmable seed laser diode drivers (pump laser diode drivers) are ideal for driving 14-pin butterfly packaged laser diode modules for use in CW or Pulsed fiber MOPA systems. Applications include materials processing, LIDAR systems for remote sensing, laser communication and rangefinding. The driver circuitry operates from a single +5V power source and is capable of providing up to 2.5A of drive current with compliance voltages up to 2.5V. Pulsewidths down to 20ns or less are possible with typical optical pulse risetimes of 10ns. Settings can be made through analog operation by the use of multi-turn potentiometers and providing an external TTL trigger pulse or through the on-board FPGA which contains a comprehensive pulse generation system. The board includes a bidirectional PID thermoelectric cooler controller, provides sensing for a back facet monitor and outputs a digital laser fire indicator pulse and scaled analog output. RoHS and military versions are available.
For detailed specifications, operating notes, outline drawings and optical output waveforms on the Model 762, visit our website at www.analogmodules.com/products/laser-diode.php to view the product data sheet. You may also contact AMI to discuss the specifics of your application at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +1 407-339-4355.