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Laser Diode Drivers/Controllers

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The PPS series analog laser diode drivers/controllers manufactured by Portable Power Systems Inc. can operate in pulsed or continuous-wave mode. Depending upon the unit, voltages range from 0 to 250 V and currents, from 0 to 300 A. Rise times of 15 µs and pulse widths of 25 µs are possible. Most units house a universal input power supply that accepts AC input voltages of 85 to 264 VAC. Higher-power units can work with an external power supply to reach significantly higher power levels. The current can be controlled by a potentiometer on the front panel or by accepting a 0 to 10-V analog signal via the rear panel. The compliance voltage also can be adjusted via a potentiometer on the front panel.

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2011

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