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Laser Diode Pulse Driver for SOA's from Analog Modules

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Key Features
  • Pulse Width Range from < 10 nanoseconds to CW
  • 1200 mA of Drive Current
  • Integrated TEC Controller
  • Repetition Rate: Single Shot to 50 MHz

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General SPECIFICATIONS
  • Input Power: +4.75 to +5.25 VDC
  • Output Current: 0.1 to 1.2 A
  • Bias Current: 0 to 90 mA
  • Compliance Voltage: 3.0 V
  • Repetition Rate: Single Shot to 50 MHz
  • Duty Cycle: 0 to 100 %
  • Rise time (Optical) @ 1A: 6 to 10 ns
  • Fall time (Optical) @ 1A: 6 to - ns
  • TEC Current: 0 to 3.0 A
  • TEC Voltage: 0 to 4.2 V

Product Overview:

These pulse drivers for laser diodes are optimized for controlling semiconductor optical amplifiers. They supply the drive current, the TEC controller and the butterfly mount. These 1.2 amp output current modules are designed to fully control a butterfly packaged fiber coupled SOA. These full driver and control modules operate as trans-conductance amplifiers with an input DC voltage and a scaling current output. These units from Analog Modules include a TEC controller to precisely stabilize the temperature of the module. These modules include all required cables.

Pulse Driver Protection Features:
These modules include an adjustable current limit to protect the diode from over-current damage. Also, the driver is automatically disabled when the laser diode temperature exceeds the TEC controller set-point by ±1˚C. The pulse driver current is disabled when the laser current field effect transistors which control the bias current have a junction temperature which exceeds 125˚C.

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