Watch the Video Many inquiries have been made about measuring the output current on the PCO-7114 pulsed laser diode driver modules. In the following article the proper current measurement technique will be explained. In this demonstration the PCO-7114-50-4 will be used and will be tested into a shorted load. The current monitor cable is a […]
Watch the Video To measure the output pulse current to the load from your PCO 6131 or the PCO-6141, you will need a Current Monitor assembly. The current monitor contains a current-to-voltage resistor (CVR), also known as a current sense resistor. The use of this accessory board eliminates the uncertainty of the exact current and […]
A trigger source sets the pulse frequency. Either the PCO-7810’s internal trigger source, or an external source, can be used. (The width of the pulse is fixed and varies with the model.) Due to power dissipation limits, each model has a maximum specified pulse frequency. Specifically: The PCO-7810-40-4 can output pulses up to 40 A at rates up to 200 kHz, but it requires forced air cooling above 100 kHz. The […]
Webinar – Introducing the PCO-7114-22-2 High Speed Laser Diode Driver Module Join us! Date: July 17th, 2018 Time: 9:00 AM Mountain Time Agenda Introduction Product Overview What’s in the Box? Accessories Technical Overview Setting Up Solutions to Possible Problems Pricing & Availability Lab to Launch Q&A Watch the Recording!
The output current is controlled by a small DC voltage that can be supplied by either an on-board source (Local Control mode) or by an external source (External Control mode). There are four items associated with setting the output current: I SET three-pin header CURRENT SET pot Current Setpoint input (pin 4 of J2) Output […]
Webinar – Introducing the PCM-7140 High Speed Laser Diode Driver Module Join us! Date: March 13th, 2018 Time: 9:00 AM Mountain Time Agenda Introduction Product Overview What’s in the Box? Accessories Technical Overview Setting Up Solutions to Possible Problems Pricing & Availability Lab to Launch Q&A Register Here!
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Webinar – Demystifying Laser Diode Drivers Join us! Date: November 9th, 2017 Time: 9:00 AM Mountain Time Laser Diode Drivers are Current Sources!? This free webinar will explain why current sources are used to drive laser diodes, the theory behind current sources along with a discussion of more advanced features. Agenda Demystifying Current Sources Basic […]
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Webinar – Introducing the PCO-7121 High Speed Laser Diode Driver Module Join us! Date: October 24th, 2017 Time: 9:00 AM Mountain Time Agenda Product Overview What’s in the Box? Accessories Markets Applications Price/Availability Technical Overview Setting Up Solutions to Possible Problems Lab to Launch Q&A Register Here!