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Michael Radunsky [Home Button]
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Michael Radunsky [SLICE-DHV Operation]
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-======SLICE-DHV Dual-Channel High-Voltage Amplifier ======+====== SLICE-DHV Dual-Channel High-Voltage Amplifier ====== 
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 +<WRAP center round box>​NOTE:​ THIS MANUAL FOR THE SLICE-DHV IS A WORK IN PROGRESS AND IS NOT ACCURATE OR COMPLETE AS OF 27 MARCH 2020.  STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES! 
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 +The SLICE-DHV is a low-noise, high-bandwidth voltage amplifier and DC bias.  It is designed for controlling piezoelectric crystals used for position, motion, and length control. ​ The output can range from 0 to 200 V and it can respond to signals up to and beyond 200 kHz.   
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 +The SLICE-DHV features two modes of operation: small-signal/​high-bandwidth and large-signal/​low-bandwidth. ​ The SLICE-DHV can operate at a gain of one (in conjunction with a DC bias) allowing low-noise control of a ±10 V range around a nominal bias.  The other mode is a traditional Gain of 20x which gives the user access to the full 0-200 V range with a 0 to 10 V input signal. ​  
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 Model No. SLICE-DHV Model No. SLICE-DHV
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 ==== Links ==== ==== Links ====
 Click here for the [[http://​www.vescent.com/​manuals/​doku.php?​id=manuals|main manuals page]].\\ Click here for the [[http://​www.vescent.com/​manuals/​doku.php?​id=manuals|main manuals page]].\\
-Click here for the [[slice:​quick_start_dhv|SLICE-DHVQuick ​Start Guide]].\\ +Click here for the [[slice:​quick_start_dhv|SLICE-DHV Quick Start Guide]].\\ 
-Click here for the [[slice:​dhvAPI|SLICE-Dhv API]].\\+Click here for the [[slice:​dhvAPI|SLICE-DHV API]].\\
 Click here for the [[https://​www.vescent.com/​products/​electronics/​slice/​slice-hva-high-voltage-amplifier/​|SLICE-DHV web page]].\\ Click here for the [[https://​www.vescent.com/​products/​electronics/​slice/​slice-hva-high-voltage-amplifier/​|SLICE-DHV web page]].\\
 Click here for the [[https://​github.com/​Vescent|Github page for SLICE-DHV GUI]]\\ Click here for the [[https://​github.com/​Vescent|Github page for SLICE-DHV GUI]]\\
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 | {{ :​electric_shock.png?​100&​nolink }}  | Potential for electrical shock hazard. ​      | | {{ :​electric_shock.png?​100&​nolink }}  | Potential for electrical shock hazard. ​      |
 | <WRAP important></​WRAP> ​ | Important. ​ Pay close attention to manual instructions for optimum results and in order to not damage the device. ​ | | <WRAP important></​WRAP> ​ | Important. ​ Pay close attention to manual instructions for optimum results and in order to not damage the device. ​ |
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 </​tabcaption></​WRAP>​ </​tabcaption></​WRAP>​
  
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 | Control ​                                                             |  Touch Screen, GUI, Serial commands ​    | | Control ​                                                             |  Touch Screen, GUI, Serial commands ​    |
 | Output Voltage Range  |  0-200 V  | | Output Voltage Range  |  0-200 V  |
-| Operation Modes                                                      |  ​Low-gain/High-bandwidth((±10 V modulation around nominal set point)) \\ High-gain/Low-bandwidth((full-scale modulation)) ​ | +| Operation Modes                                                      |  High-bandwidth ​(low-gain)((±10 V modulation around nominal set point)) \\ Low-bandwidth ​(high-gain)((Full-scale modulation)) ​ | 
 ^  Gain  ^^ ^  Gain  ^^
-|  ​Low\\ High  ​| ​ 1 V/V \\ 20 V/V  |+|  ​High-bandwidth Mode \\ Low-bandwidth Mode  ​| ​ 1 V/V \\ 20 V/V  |
 ^  Bandwidth ​ ^^ ^  Bandwidth ​ ^^
-|  High \\ Low  |  >200 kHz((depends ​on capacitance of load, see <tabref bandwidth>​))\\ ​ >10 Hz  |+|  High-bandwidth Mode \\ Low-bandwidth Mode  ​| ​ >200 kHz((Depends ​on capacitance of load, see <tabref bandwidth>​))\\ ​ >10 Hz  |
 | Current Capacity ​ |  ±90 mA  | | Current Capacity ​ |  ±90 mA  |
-| Voltage Noise  |  150 µV((rms, integrated from 100 kHz to 1 Hz))  |+| Voltage Noise  |  150 µV((RMS, integrated from 100 kHz to 1 Hz))  |
 | Accuracy ​ |  <​2% ​ | | Accuracy ​ |  <​2% ​ |
 | Drift  |  0.2 mV/​°C ​ | | Drift  |  0.2 mV/​°C ​ |
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 ==== Extendable Legs ==== ==== Extendable Legs ====
-The SLICE-DCC has four extendable legs (<imgref belly>​). ​ Extending the front legs allows easy viewing from above (<​imgref ​dcc_prod_shot>) and extending the rear legs (<imgref side>) allows easy viewing from below.+The SLICE-DHV has four extendable legs (<imgref belly>​). ​ Extending the front legs allows easy viewing from above (<​imgref ​dhv_prod_shot>) and extending the rear legs (<imgref side>) allows easy viewing from below, for instance, when placed on a shelf above a laser table.
  
-<WRAP half column><​imgcaption belly|Underside of SLICE-DCC>{{ :​slice:​dcc:​dcc_underbelly_labelled.png |}}</​imgcaption>​+<WRAP half column><​imgcaption belly|Underside of SLICE-DHV>{{ :​slice:​dcc:​dcc_underbelly_labelled.png |}}</​imgcaption>​
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
-<WRAP half column><​imgcaption side|Side view of SLICE-DCC configured for viewing from below>{{ : slice:​dcc:​slice-dcc_looking_down.png?​400 |}}</​imgcaption></​WRAP>​ +<WRAP half column><​imgcaption side|Side view of SLICE-DHV configured for viewing from below>{{ : slice:​dcc:​slice-dcc_looking_down.png?​400 |}}</​imgcaption></​WRAP>​ 
-===== SLICE-DCC Operation ===== +===== SLICE-DHV Operation ===== 
-The Home screen displays the status of both channels (<​imgref ​home_scr_dcc>​). ​ The data for each channel is arranged vertically. ​  At a glance, for each channel, ​I<​sub>​set<​/sub>, and Compliance Voltage ​can be read.  Touching the blue window labelled Voltage [V] will cause this window to toggle from displaying ​ Compliance Voltage to displaying dissipated Power.+The Home screen displays the status of both channels (<​imgref ​home_scr_dhv>​). ​ The data for each channel is arranged vertically. ​  At a glance, for each channel, ​the ON/OFF status, the output voltage, the nominal bias voltage, the Sweep Range (amplitude) for the internal Sweep function, and internal Sweep function status ​can all be read.
 ==== 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/dhv.1585272650.txt.gz · Last modified: 2020/03/26 18:30 by Michael Radunsky