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slice:dcc [2020/04/30 16:50]
Michael Radunsky [Laser and Photodiode Connections]
slice:dcc [2020/11/24 06:12] (current)
Michael Radunsky [Specifications]
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 | Control                                                              |  Touch Screen, GUI, Serial commands     | | Control                                                              |  Touch Screen, GUI, Serial commands     |
 | Operation Modes                                                      |  Constant Current\\ Constant Power      | | Operation Modes                                                      |  Constant Current\\ Constant Power      |
-| \\ \\ Maximum Current                                                |  200 mA\\ 500 mA\\ 1,000 A\\ 2,000 mA   |+| \\ \\ Maximum Current  per Channel                                   |  200 mA\\ 500 mA\\ 1,000 A\\ 2,000 mA   |
 | \\ \\ Current Noise((Constant Current Mode)) ((rms 100 Hz to 1 MHz))  |  1.5\\ 4\\ 10\\ 15                      | | \\ \\ Current Noise((Constant Current Mode)) ((rms 100 Hz to 1 MHz))  |  1.5\\ 4\\ 10\\ 15                      |
 | Current Modulation Input Impedance \\ Rear \\ Front  |  \\ >20 kΩ\\ 50 Ω or 1 MΩ  | | Current Modulation Input Impedance \\ Rear \\ Front  |  \\ >20 kΩ\\ 50 Ω or 1 MΩ  |
-| Modulation Bandwidth((-3 dB point)), ((front & rear modulation input ports))|  DC to >1 MHz                |+|Modulation Bandwidth((-3 dB point)), ((front & rear modulation input ports))|  DC to >1 MHz                
 +| Modulation Input Range                                                ±10 V                                  |
 |Modulation Depth          \\ SLICE-DCC-200\\ SLICE-DCC-500\\ SLICE-DCC-1000\\ SLICE-DCC-2000 |  \\ ±10 mA\\ ±25 mA\\ ±50 mA\\ ±50 mA  | |Modulation Depth          \\ SLICE-DCC-200\\ SLICE-DCC-500\\ SLICE-DCC-1000\\ SLICE-DCC-2000 |  \\ ±10 mA\\ ±25 mA\\ ±50 mA\\ ±50 mA  |
 |Modulation Transfer Function  \\ SLICE-DCC-200\\ SLICE-DCC-500\\ SLICE-DCC-1000\\ SLICE-DCC-2000 |  \\ 1 mA/V \\ 2.5 mA/V \\ 5 mA/V \\ 5 mA/V  | |Modulation Transfer Function  \\ SLICE-DCC-200\\ SLICE-DCC-500\\ SLICE-DCC-1000\\ SLICE-DCC-2000 |  \\ 1 mA/V \\ 2.5 mA/V \\ 5 mA/V \\ 5 mA/V  |
-| Modulation Input Range                                                ±10 V                                  | 
 | Current Resolution                                                    100 µA                                 | | Current Resolution                                                    100 µA                                 |
 | Drift                                                                |  <25 µA/°C                              | | Drift                                                                |  <25 µA/°C                              |
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 === Connection to Monitor Photodiode === === Connection to Monitor Photodiode ===
-Either of the two configurations of the monitor photodiode seen in <imgref mon_pd> will work for the signal proportional to the laser diode power for operating in Constant Power mode.  Depending on how you have completed the monitor photodiode circuit, you may have to adjust the [[slice:dcc#setting_the_operating_power_in_constant_power_mode|sign of the Constant Power feedback loop]].+Either of the two configurations of the monitor photodiode seen in <imgref mon_pd> will work for the signal proportional to the laser diode power for operating in Constant Power mode.  Depending on how you have completed the monitor photodiode circuit, you may have to adjust the [[slice:dcc#constant_power_mode|sign of the Constant Power feedback loop]].
  
  
-<imgcaption mon_pd|Wiring configuration for monitor photodiode>{{ :slice:dcc:anode_cathode_ground_monitor_pd.png |}}</imgcaption>+<imgcaption mon_pd|Wiring configurations for monitor photodiode>{{ :slice:dcc:anode_cathode_ground_monitor_pd.png |}}</imgcaption>
 ==== Setting the Operation Mode ==== ==== Setting the Operation Mode ====
 The SLICE-DCC has two operation modes: Constant Current and Constant Power.  The operation mode, as with most other operating parameters can be set independently for each channel.  To toggle between Constant Current and Constant Power modes, from the Home screen, touch the window labelled either CH X Constant Current or CH X Constant Power.  If the channel is in Constant Current Mode, you will be presented with the window seen in <imgref cc_param>. \\ The SLICE-DCC has two operation modes: Constant Current and Constant Power.  The operation mode, as with most other operating parameters can be set independently for each channel.  To toggle between Constant Current and Constant Power modes, from the Home screen, touch the window labelled either CH X Constant Current or CH X Constant Power.  If the channel is in Constant Current Mode, you will be presented with the window seen in <imgref cc_param>. \\
slice/dcc.1588290658.txt.gz · Last modified: 2020/04/30 16:50 by Michael Radunsky