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ice:quadtemp [2016/07/11 10:39]
Michael Radunsky [Description]
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Michael Radunsky [Description]
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 ===== Description ===== ===== Description =====
  
-The Quad Temperature Controller Board (ICE-QT1) provides 4 independent PID temperature servo loops capable of sub-mK stability.((The ICE-QT1 has non-adjustable poles. ​ They have been set appropriately for Vescent D2-100 DBR lasers and for Photodigm Mercury lasers.)) Each channel can drive either a single TEC (bipolar current output) or resistive heater (unipolar current output) and read a single 10k thermistor. ​+The Quad Temperature Controller Board (ICE-QT1) provides 4 independent PID temperature servo loops capable of sub-mK stability.((The ICE-QT1 has non-adjustable poles. ​ They have been set appropriately for Vescent D2-100 DBR lasers and for Photodigm Mercury lasers. ​/* Sub-mK stability requires a proper thermal design and proper tuning of the temperature controller to the thermal plant. If you did not purchase the Laser Controller with a Laser Diode, please read the section on tuning the temperature controller. */)) Each channel can drive either a single TEC (bipolar current output) or resistive heater (unipolar current output) and read a single 10k thermistor. ​
 ===== Absolute Maximum Ratings ===== ===== Absolute Maximum Ratings =====
 Note: All modules designed to be operated in laboratory environment Note: All modules designed to be operated in laboratory environment
ice/quadtemp.txt · Last modified: 2016/07/11 14:20 by Michael Radunsky