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Pockels Cell Driver

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Pockels Cell DriverThe T850 Pockels Cell Driver from Highland Technology Inc. increases electrical efficiency and reduces driver size, cost, and cooling requirements.

The T850 can drive Pockels cells from 250 to 1400 V peak, with a typical output of 1000 V at a 4-MHz pulse rate. At <20 cubic in. in volume, it can be mounted within optical assemblies immediately adjacent to the Pockels cell optical modulator. The T850 requires 48-V direct current power at <2 amps and does not include fans that could cause vibration in optical systems.

The 7.5-ns electrical output pulse is suited to pulse-picking mode locked lasers pulsing at >100 MHz. The clean output waveform is also suited to cavity dumping and active Q switching.

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2019

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