- Control up to 4 locked lasers
- Control all functionality with serial commands or GUI
- Temperature control
- Current control
- Frequency locking
- Offset locking
- Board-level control for driving and stabilizing precision lasers
- ICE-Box board housing and GUI
The ICE system is under your control via serial commands or the ICE GUI. A PC-compatible computer (not included in purchase) is necessary for this control.
You can view a typical two-laser system configuration controlled by ICE at this link. And a four-laser system can be viewed at this link.
Compare D2 products to ICE products.
Visit the Vescent Q&A forum for further information and to get answers to your questions.
|Daughter Boards per Control Board||8|
|Max Number of Locked Lasers||4 (or more depending on configuration)|
|Configurations||Board-level or ICE Box|
|Control Interface||USB type B virtual serial port|
|Single Board Dimensions||4x4x½ inches
|ICE Boards & Accessories|
|All specs subject to change without notice.
1Included in ICE-Box. Only required individually in board-level implementation.
|ICE-PS2||Linear power supply|
|ICE-Box||ICE board housing and GUI connectors|
|ICE-QT1||Four temperature control loops|
|ICE-CS1||Current control and peak lock servo|
|ICE-CP1||Current control and offset lock servo|
|ICE-PB1||Power bus for D2-210 Spectroscopy Module and/or D2-160 Beat Note Detector|
|ICE-MC11||Interface with user; receive and parse commands|
|ICE-SU11||Virtual USB port, convenient I/O|
|ICE-BD1||High-speed detector for optical beat note input|
ICE Main Page
ICE-BD1 Beat Note Detection Plug-In
ICE-PB1 Power Bus for D2-210 Spectroscopy Module or D2-160 Beat Note Detector
ICE-Box Board Crate & Power Distribution
Serial-to-USB Conversion advice for interfacing with ICE-MC1
ICE System Diagram
D2-005 Power Supply
D2-250 Heterodyne Module
D2-160 Beat Note Detector
D2-210 Spectroscopy Module