PresseBox
Pressemitteilung BoxID: 376723 (Laser 2000 GmbH)
  • Laser 2000 GmbH
  • Argelsrieder Feld 14
  • 82234 Wessling
  • http://www.laser2000.de
  • Ansprechpartner
  • Helge Brüggemann
  • +49 (8153) 405-48

New generation of laser spot tracker

The Model 742DP is a new generation of laser spot tracker with wide flexibility for missile and platform tracker applications.

(PresseBox) (Wessling, ) The detector is temperature controlled and optimized for 1.06µm. Independent five channel noise detectors set the lowest thresholds to achieve long acquisition ranges for different background light and spot positions and special circuits resist sunlight blinding in any one or all quadrants. A range of N-type custom-designed detectors gives the highest performance at 1.06µm. A separate substrate allows the detector size or type to be optimized for your application. Model 742DP comprises a hermetically-sealed temperature-controlled detector with built-in front-end electronics, mounted on a SMT board. A second printed board contains analog and digital processing circuits. The individual channels are digitized with a high-speed A-D converter and output as a serial digital interface for steering. An adaptive threshold control allows optimum signal-to-noise operation and power management is used to reduce power consumption.
In the event that this product is to be exported from the United States, a validated U.S. State Department export license is required.

About Analog Modules, Inc.
AMI designs and manufactures a wide range of analog electronic products for the laser and electro-optics industries. These products serve applications in medical, military, scientific, and industrial markets.
Our products include laser diode drivers, Pockels cell drivers, laser power supplies, capacitor charging power supplies, CW arc lamp power supplies, pulsed flashlamp drivers, laser diode drivers, simmer supplies, laser rangefinder receivers, laser spot trackers, photodetector amplifier modules, HV bias supplies, fiber optic links, fast peak pulse stretchers, transimpedance amplifiers and logarithmic amplifier