Solid-State Source Driver/Controller

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WOBURN, Mass., June 26, 2017 — Solid-State Source Driver/ControllerThe 5500A Solid-State Source Driver/Controller from Innovations in Optics Inc. independently drives, controls and modulates as many as 18 different solid-state sources including combinations of LEDs and LDs and even IR VCSEL arrays.

The 5500A Solid-State Source Driver/Controller provides precise, independent, constant current control up to 3A per source channel to achieve optimal performance. Its ground-based design is configured for common cathode LED or LD devices which allows for multiple channels to be run in parallel for a combined current of up to 54A.

The 5500A is designed to ensure maximum output and lifetime from the LumiBright 3300B UV-LED Illuminators for UV digital micromirror device applications such as 3D printing, computer-to-screen and computer-to-plate printing and maskless lithography. The 5500A provides independent current control to each UV-LED to achieve optimal performance and lifetime by ensuring uniform current density through the entire LED array. Each die in the UV-LED array can be driven and modulated independently for precise exposure control in direct imaging systems. The output parameters for each source channel are set through RS-232, USB or Ethernet using a simple command set provided for user programming. Output is initiated over an external trigger.

Published: June 2017
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