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Highland Technology Announces the Edge-Triggered T165 Laser Pulser

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January 2013 Press Release

Highland Technology Announces the Edge-Triggered T165 Laser PulserThe T165 Laser Pulser incorporates an edge triggered pulse generator with 150 picoseconds nominal rise and fall times into a butterfly or TO-packaged laser. The 2" by 2" design connects directly to standard 0.1" pin-pitch butterfly laser packages, making it ideal for OEM use in laser systems.

Laser current, bias, and pulse widths are settable with onboard trimpots or by external analog inputs. Built-in edge-triggered pulse generator is adjustable from 200 picoseconds to 2 nanoseconds. Pulsed laser current adjustable up to 750 mA with heat sinking required above 400 mA.


[borders/inc-300x250.htm]Power is supplied via standard 5-volt micro-USB power supply or through ribbon cable interface connector. Optional TTL or LVDS/PECL/CML trigger. Optional spring sockets for non-butterfly laser packages.

The T165 Laser Pulser is the first in Highland's expanding line of OEM laser drivers with more to come.





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Highland Technology, Inc.
18 Otis Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
P: (415) 551-1700
F: (415) 551-5129
info@highlandtechnology.com
http://www.highlandtechnology.com



Posted  1/24/2013
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