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ISOMET声光调制器, 声光偏转器, 声光移频器, AOTF, 声光可调谐滤波器

ISOMET声光调制器, 声光偏转器, 声光移频器, AOTF, 声光可调谐滤波器

 

ISOMET公司主要生产各种声光器件,包括声光调制器, 声光偏转器, 声光移频器, AOTF, 声光可调谐滤波器。

声光调制器件由声光介质和压电换能器构成。当驱动源的某种特定载波频率驱动换能器时,换能器即产生同一频率的超声波并传入声光介质,在介质内形成折射率变化,光束通过介质时即发生相互作用而改变光的传播方向即产生衍射。声光调制是一种外调制技术,通常把控制激光束强度变化的声光器件称作声光调制器。声光调制技术比光源的直接调制技术有高得多的调制频率;与电光调制技术相比,它有更高的消光比(一般大于1000:1),更低的驱动功率,更优良的温度稳定性和更好的光点质量以及低的价格;与机械调制方式相比,它有更小的体积、重量和更好的输出波形。

All AO devices feature a piezo-electric transducer bonded to one face of a crystal material. When an RF drive signal is applied to this transducer, a travelling acoustic wave is generated in the crystal. Due to the photo-elastic effect the acoustic column produces a periodic change in the refractive index, similar in effect to the slits of a diffraction grating. Practical AO devices are designed such that a high proportion of the incident laser light is diffracted into a single output order. This is operation in the Bragg regime.

ISOMET声光调制器, 声光偏转器, 声光移频器, AOTF, 声光可调谐滤波器

Bragg diffraction requires a defined interaction length (L), and the laser light to be input at a specific angle. The Bragg and separation angles are a function of the optical wavelength, the RF drive frequency and the crystal acoustic velocity (V). Some AO crystal types require the input beam to be polarized.
The RF drive frequency determines the output angle of the diffracted beam and the RF power determines the beam intensity. These are the basic control mechanisms of AO modulators and deflectors.

 

声光调制器 Acousto-optics Modulators

Acousto-optic modulators (AOM) are used to control laser beam intensity.

This can be simple ON:OFF modulation for fast switching or variable level modulation to provide proportional intensity control. These modes are determined by the RF driver type; digital or analog modulation respectively (or a combination of both).

The RF drive frequency is typically fixed and the RF amplitude is modulated accordingly.

The optical rise and fall time is defined by the laser beam diameter in the AOM and the crystal acoustic velocity. For high modulation rates, the beam will need to be focused at the AOM.

Model
Crystal Material
Active App(mm)
Typical Risetime (ns)
Typical Modulation Freq. (MHz)
Center Freq. (MHz)
Suggested Driver
Fixed or Variable Frequency
Feature
Single Beam Modulators: UV - Blue
M1062-FS40L-5.5
Fused Silica
5.5
600
0.6
40
Fixed / Variable
M1211-aQ110-5U
Quartz
5
570
0.6
110
Fixed / Variable
Low WF Distortion
M1211-aQ150-3U
Quartz
2.7
230
1.5
150
Fixed / Variable
Low WF Distortion
M1212-aQ150-2
Quartz
2
113
6
150
Fixed / Variable
UV
M1134-FS80L
Fused Silica
3
109
3
80
Fixed / Variable
M1136B-FS80L-H
Fused Silica
2001/2/3
108
10
80
Fixed / Variable
M1088-FS110L
Fused Silica
3
109
3
110
Fixed / Variable
UV
M1133U-aQ110L
Quartz
1
57
6
110
Fixed / Variable
UV
M1211-aQ150-2U
Quartz
2
57
6
150
Fixed / Variable
UV
1206C-2-1002
TeO2
2
30
12
110
Fixed / Variable
NUV, VIS 
M1211-aQ150-2U
Quartz
2
25
14
150
Fixed / Variable
UV 
M1212-aQ175
Quartz
1
20
18
175
Fixed / Variable
UV
1206C-833
TeO2
1
15
25
110
Fixed / Variable
NUV, VIS 
M1212-aQ200
Quartz
0.8
10
30
175
Fixed / Variable
UV
1250C-829A
TeO2
0.45
9
40
260
Fixed / Variable
NUV, VIS
Single Beam Modulators: Blue - Red
OAM1020
TeO2 (S)
3
2000
0.2
110
Fixed / Variable
OAM1060
TeO2 (S)
2
1000
0.3
80
Fixed / Variable
M1115-FS80L-3
Fused Silica
3(H)x14(W)
170
2
80
Fixed / Variable
M1133-aQ80L
Quartz
1.5 / 2
114
3
80
Fixed / Variable
M1201E-SF40-1.7
Glass
1.7
46
8
40
Fixed / Variable
1205C-x
PbMo04
2001/2/3
25
15
80
Fixed / Variable
M1211-aQ110-3
Quartz
2.7
57
6
110
Fixed / Variable
Low WF Distortion
1206C
PbMo04
1
15
25
110
Fixed / Variable
1206C-833
TeO2
1
15
25
110
Fixed / Variable
1206C-2-1002
TeO2
2
30
12
110
Fixed / Variable
1250C
PbMo04
0.75
10
40
200
Fixed / Variable
1250C-829A
TeO2
0.45
9
40
260
Fixed / Variable
1250C-848
TeO2
0.5
7
50
200
Fixed / Variable
1250C-974
TeO2
0.4
7
50
200
Fixed / Variable
M1067-T200L
TeO2
0.2
7
50
200
Fixed / Variable
1260C
TeO2
0.2
6
100
350
Fixed / Variable
Single Beam Modulators: NIR
M1312-T80L
TeO2
6
700
0.5
80
Fixed / Variable
Hi Pwr
1202-4
Glass
4 x 14(W)
350
1
40
Fixed / Variable
1203-3
Fused Silica
3 x 14(W)
350
1
60
Fixed / Variable
M1099-T80L
TeO2
3
300
1.2
80
Fixed / Variable
M1135-T80L
TeO2
3
300
1.2
80
Fixed / Variable
Hi Pwr
M1137-SF40L
Glass
1.5
191
2
40
Fixed / Variable
M1133-aQ80L
Quartz
1
114
3
80
Fixed / Variable
M1201E-SF40-1.7
Glass
1.7
90
4
40
Fixed / Variable
M1080-T80L
TeO2
1.5
80
4
80
Fixed / Variable
1205C-1023
PbMo04
0.6
50
7
80
Fixed / Variable
M1142-SF80L
Glass
0.5
40
10
80
Fixed / Variable
1205C-x-NIR
PbMo04
0.5
30
12
80
Fixed / Variable
1205C-843
PbMo04
0.5
25
15
80
Fixed / Variable
1206C-NIR
PbMo04
1
20
18
110
Fixed / Variable
1250C-868
TeO2
0.5
15
23
150
Fixed / Variable
1250C-NIR
PbMo04
0.75
12
30
200
Fixed / Variable
Single Beam Modulators: Mid IR - IR
1210-G(fc)-H-MIR
Ge
2,4
240
10
60- 105
Fixed / Variable
M1208-G80-4-MIR
Ge
4x8
500
10
80
Fixed / Variable
New version of 1208-6-4-MIR
M1189-G40-4
Ge
4
470
0.7
40
Fixed / Variable
M1208-G40-3
Ge
3x8
350
1
40
Fixed / Variable
New version of 1208-4-955M
1209-7-1064M
Ge
7x14
830
0.4
40
Fixed / Variable
1209-7-1112M
Ge
7x14
830
0.4
40
Fixed / Variable
1209-9-1010M
Ge
9x20
940
0.4
40
Fixed / Variable
AOM650-H
Ge
7,8,9x30
830
0.4
50
Fixed / Variable
AOM640-H
Ge
7,8,9x30
830
0.4
40
Fixed / Variable
AOM740-H
Ge
7,8,9x30
830
0.4
40
Fixed / Variable
M1199-G40-H
Ge
7,8,9x30
700
0.5
40
Fixed / Variable
Pulsed lasers
M1310-G40-H
Ge
7,8,9x30
700
0.5
40
Fixed / Variable
Pulsed lasers
M1315-G40
Ge
6,7,8,9x15
700
0.5
40
Fixed / Variable
M1192-G40-12
Ge
12 x 30
1200
0.3
40
Fixed / Variable
Large aperture
Dual Beam Modulators
AOM650-9
Ge
9 x 30
600
0.6
40 / 60
 
M1199-G50-9
Ge
9 x 30
600
0.6
40 / 60
  Pulsed lasers
DBM1172-G41-9
Ge
9 x 20
600
0.6
43 / -43
 
DBM1186-G54-9
Ge
9 x 20
600
0.6
54 / -54
 
DBM1199-G54-9
Ge
9 x 20
600
0.6
54 / -54
 
Multichannel Modulators
Model
Channels
Material
Active Aperture (mm)
Typical Risetime (ns)
Information Bandwidth (MHz)
Center Freq. (MHz)
Feature
M1140
4
PbMoO4
0.7
25
15
110
G7060
6
Ge
0.8
70
5
70
M8080
8
PbMoO4
0.5
55
6
80
M9080C
8
PbMoO4
0.7
36
9
90
colinear o/p
M15080
8
Quartz
0.7
70
5
110
Modulators with Integrated Driver
Model
Std A/R
Optical Material
Max Aperture (mm)
Typical Risetime (ns)
Typical Modulation Freq. (MHz)
Center Freq. (MHz)
Mod
IMAD-P80L
VIS
PbMo04
1.5
25
15
80
Analog
IMDD-P80L
VIS
PbMo04
1.5
25
15
80
Digital
IMAD-T110L
405nm
TeO2
1.5
25
15
110
Analog
IMDD-T110L
405nm
TeO2
1.5
25
15
110
Digital
IMAA-P80L
VIS
PbMo04
1.5
25
15
80
Amp Only

 

声光移频器 Frequency Shifters

All AO devices apply a frequency shift to the diffracted output beams. Acousto-optic frequency shifters (AOFS) are compact devices designed specifically for this task. Depending on the selected Bragg angle, these devices will either up-shift or down-shift the laser light by the frequency of the applied RF signal. Two or more devices can be cascaded in order to achieve sum or difference frequency combinations. Compound absorber angles are incorporated to minimize acoustic reflections.

Model
Std A/R
Crystal Material
Active App (mm)
Centre Freq(MHz)
Tuning BW (MHz)
Suggested Driver Fixed or Variable Frequency
Feature
OAM1059-V31
633nm
TeO2 (S)
1.5
+/-10
+/- 0.5
Fixed / Variable
+ and - shift
OAM1059A
633nm
TeO2 (S)
1.5
15
+/- 1.0
Fixed / Variable
FS1303-TxxxR-J2
NIR
TeO2 (S)
2
xxx
+/- 1.0
Fixed / Variable
OAM1141-TxxS-2
633nm
TeO2 (S)
2
40 / 80
+/- 1.0
Fixed / Variable
M1136A-FS40S-1
UV
FS (S)
1
40
+/- 5
Fixed / Variable
1205C-1-869
633nm
PbMo04
0.7
80
+/- 15
Fixed / Variable
1205-1054
VIS
PbMo04
1
80
+/- 5
Fixed / Variable
M1141-P80-1
VIS
PbMo04
1
80
+/- 5
Fixed / Variable
1205-1118
VIS,NIR
PbMo04
2
80
+/- 5
Fixed / Variable
M1136B-FS80L-H
UV
FS (L)
1/2/3
80
+/- 5
Fixed / Variable
1206C
VIS,NIR
PbMo04
1
110
+/- 25
Fixed / Variable
1205-1069
VIS
PbMo04
1
160
+/- 5
Fixed / Variable
1250C
VIS,NIR
PbMo04
0.75
200
+/- 50
Fixed / Variable
1250C-829A
NUV,VIS
TeO2
0.45
260
+/- 50
Fixed / Variable
OPP-1
VIS
PbMoO4
1.5
300
+/- 100
Fixed / Variable
1260C
NUV,VIS
TeO2
0.2
350
+/- 100
Fixed / Variable
1209-7-1064M
IR
Ge
6
40
+/- 10
Fixed / Variable
1210-G-(fc)-H-MIR
Mid-IR
Ge
2,4
60 / 105
+/- 10
Fixed / Variable
M1208-G80-3
IR
Ge
3
80
+/- 2.5
Fixed / Variable

 

声光偏转器 Deflectors

AO deflectors can be used to scan a laser beam. This is achieved by changing the RF drive frequency. Random position, continuous line scans and sequential spot deflection are all possible. Scan rates in excess of 250KHz can be achieved depending on the crystal, wavelength and beam size.

Optimum efficiency requires that the input laser beam is set at the Bragg angle which is a function of the drive frequency. When swept to scan the laser beam there will be Bragg angle mismatch since the AOD can only be optically aligned at one drive frequency. In general this will cause a reduction in efficiency depending on the scan range. Several techniques may be used to minimize this effect:

  • Off-axis AO deflectors (“OAD”) minimize the Bragg angle - frequency sensitivity by exploiting non-linear characteristics of birefringent crystals.
  • Beam steered AO deflectors (“-BS”) electronically steer the acoustic column inside the crystal depending on the RF drive frequency. This requires a phased array electrode on the transducer with 2 or 4 RF inputs.

 

Model
A/R Coating
Material
Rayleigh Res'n 1 2
Aperture (mm)
Sweep BW (MHz)
Center Freq. (MHz)
Feature
Deflectors UV - Blue
D1211-aQ110-5
UV
Quartz
70
5 x 10
40
110
D1340-XY-aQ110-5
UV
Quartz
35 x 35
5 x 5
40
110
Dual Axis
D1155-T75S
405nm
TeO2 (S)
140
9
10
75
1206C-2-1002
NUV, VIS
TeO2
100
2 x 9
50
110
Deflectors Blue - Red
1205C-2-804B
VIS
PbMoO4
66
2 x 6
30
80
LS55-V
VIS
TeO2 (S)
450
2 x 7
40
80
LS110A-VIS
VIS
TeO2 (S)
1100
4 x 14
50
100
LS110A-VIS-XY
VIS
TeO2 (S)
750x750
9 x 9
50
100
Dual Axis
OAD948 
488nm
TeO2 (S)
600
3 x 8
50
100
OAD1020
532nm
TeO2 (S)
600
2 x 8
50
100
1206C-2-1002
NUV, VIS
TeO2
77
2 x 8
50
110
OPP834
VIS
PbMoO4
520
0.7 x 19
100
200
1250C-BS-960A
VIS
PbMoO4
160 
1.5 x 6 
120
190 
D1135-T180L
VIS
TeO2
95
3 x 8 
50
175 
Deflectors - Near IR
OAD1550-XY
1550nm
TeO2 (S)
200 x 200
7 x 7
20
40
LS110A-NIR
NIR
TeO2 (S)
550
4 x 14
25
50
LS110A-NIR-XY
NIR
TeO2 (S)
240 x 240
6 x 6
25
50
1205C-x-804B
NIR
PbMoO4
66
2 x 6
40
80
OAD1121-XY
810nm
TeO2 (S)
500 x 500
9 x 9
40
80
LS55-NIR
NIR
TeO2 (S)
450
2 x 7
40
80
D1312-T80L
NIR
TeO2
40
6
30
80
D1086-T110L
NIR
TeO2
95
3 x 8
50
110
Conduction cooled
D1135-T110L
NIR
TeO2
95
3 x 8
50
110
1250-BS-926
NIR
PbMoO4
60
0.5 x 3
70
145
1250C-BS-943A
NIR
PbMoO4
190
2 x 6
120
185
Deflectors Mid IR - IR
1209-7BS-986
IR
Ge
50
7 x 14
20
40
D1315-G50-H
IR
Ge
70
7 x 20
20
50
AOM650-H
IR
Ge
100
7 x 30
20
50
D1199-G50
IR
Ge
100
7 x 20
20
50
D1208-XY-50-3
IR
Ge
10 x 10
3 x 3
40
70
LS700-1011
IR
Ge
436
10 x 60
40
70

 

可调滤光片Tunable Filters

Acousto-optic diffraction requires momentum matching between light and sound (acoustic) waves in the crystal material. For the AO laser beam modulator, momentum matching is maximized when the input beam is aligned at the Bragg angle. AOTF applications are different. Unlike the modulator case, AOTF’s are frequently used with non-coherent, poorly collimated light and require large apertures with wide acceptance angles. To accommodate these demands, AOTF’s utilize non-linear properties of birefringent crystals. The crystal orientation and acoustic launch angle are designed such that diffraction occurs over a very narrow wavelength range for a very specific RF frequency. In fact it is so specific that multiple simultaneous frequencies can be applied to an AOTF without excessive intermodulation. This allows controlled wavelength mixing.
The acoustic launch angle and incident angle are related by design and together define the AOTF characteristics.

Model
Spectral Range (um) 
Active Aperture (sq. mm)
Acceptance Angle (Deg.)
Optical BW (nm)
Drive Frequency (MHz)
Visible Tunable Filters
AOLF615-1049
VIS
2.5x2.5
3.5 - 4.5
1.0 - 6.0
109 - 65
AOLF615-1082
VIS
2.5x2.5
3.5 - 4.5
1.0 - 6.0
109 - 65
AOTF614-08
VIS,NIR
5x5
3.5 - 6.0
1.0 - 22.0
140 - 35
AOTF614-16
VIS,NIR
5x5
2.5 - 4.2
0.6 - 11.0
140 - 35
AOTF614-24
VIS,NIR
5x5
3.5 - 6.0
0.4 - 7.0
140 - 35
AOTF1331
mid-IR
7x7
5
30 - 50
24 - 39
AOTF1110-VB
VIS,NIR
10x10
5.7 (nominal)
Variable
80 - 50
NIR - IR Tunable Filters
AOTF614-08
VIS,NIR
5x5
3.5 - 6.0
1.0 - 22.0
140 - 35
AOTF614-16
VIS,NIR
5x5
2.5 - 4.2
0.6 - 11.0
140 - 35
AOTF614-24
VIS,NIR
5x5
3.5 - 6.0
0.4 - 7.0
140 - 35
AOTF920-14
NIR
5x5
3.4 - 6.1
2.0 - 27.0
95 - 26
AOTF920-20
NIR
5x5
2.6 - 4.9
1.5 - 18.5
95 - 26
AOTF920-24
NIR
5x5
2.8 - 5.0
1.0 - 15.5
95 - 26
AOTF1331
mid-IR
7x7
5
30 - 50
24 - 39
AOTF1550-SLS
1550nm
3x3
-
2
81 - 84
AOTF1110-VB
VIS,NIR
10x10
5.7 (nominal)
Variable
80 - 50

 

Q-Switches

Q-switches are intracavity devices used to generate very high peak power, short duration laser pulses. These are typically loss modulators operating on the zero order beam. The goal of a Q-switch is to diffract as much power from the zero order as possible to increase the cavity loss and extinguish the laser output. When the RF drive to the Q-switch is momentarily turned off, the optical power built up in the laser is emitted as a short pulse. The process may be repeated at rates in excess of 100KHz. Depending on the frequency and interaction length, AO Q-switches either operate in the Bragg regime, just like an AOM, with predominately a single diffracted beam or in the Raman-Nath regime with multiple diffracted beams.

Model
Cooling
Centre Frequency (MHz)
Material
Active Aperture (mm)
Max Power (W)
Damage Thresh (MW/cm^2)
Driver
Q1072-SF24L
Conduction
24
SF10
1.5
5
>300
AQS
Q1058C-SFxxL-H
Conduction
24/27
SF10
1.0/1.5
5
>300
AQS
Q1025-TxxL-H
Conduction
27/80
TeO2
1
3
>250
AQS
Q1025-SFxxL-H
Conduction
41/80
SF10
1
3
>300
AQS
Q1080C-TxxL-H
Conduction
41/ 68 / 80
TeO2
1.5
4
>250
AQS
Q1087-aQ80L
Conduction
80
Quartz
1
6
>500
AQS
Q1137-SFxxL-H
Conduction
41/80
SF57
1.0 / 1.5
6
>300
AQS
Q1162-SFxxL-H
Conduction
41/80
SF10
1
6
>300
AQS
Q1119-aQxxL-H
Conduction
41/ 80
Quartz
1.0 / 1.5
10
>500
AQS
Q1119-FSxxL-H
Conduction
41/ 80
Fused Silica
1.0 / 1.5
10
>500
AQS
Q1133-aQxxL-H
Conduction
41/ 68 / 80
Quartz
1.0 to 2.0
10
>500
AQS
Q1133-FSxxL-H
Conduction
41/ 68 / 80
Fused Silica
1.0 / 1.5
10
>500
AQS
Q1062-FSxxL-H
Water
24/ 27
Fused Silica
1.5 to 6.0
60
>500
AQS
Q1062-FSxxS-H
Water
24/ 27
F.Silica (Shear)
1.5 to 5.5
60
>500
AQS
Q1083-FSxxL-H
Water
24/ 27 / 41
Fused Silica
1.5 to 6.0
60
>500
AQS
Q1083-FSxxS-H
Water
24/ 27 / 41
F.Silica (Shear)
1.5 to 5.5
60
>500
AQS

 

Special Function Devices

Model
Operating Wavelengths
Material
Resolution
Time Aperture (us)
Sweep Bandwidth (MHz)
Center Freq. (MHz)
OPP-1
VIS
PbMoO4
1000
5
200
300
OPT-1
VIS
TeO2 (S)
1500
50
30
45
OPT-1-100
VIS
TeO2 (S)
5000
100
50
75
SLM16-835
NIR
TeO2
300
4.4
70
125
LS700-1109-10W
IR
Ge
500
10
50
75

 

Fiber Optic Couplers

For ease of integration ISOMET offers a range of pre-aligned fibre assemblies and integrated fibre coupled devices for both modulation and frequency shifting applications. The FOA series offers an open and fully adjustable fibre coupling solution suitable for use with a wide range of our visible and NIR AO devices. The FCM series are fully integrated welded package fibre coupled devices. These exhibit high extinction ratio, low coupling losses and feature single mode fibres with FC/PC terminations.

Model
Applications
Wavelengths
Suitable AOM’s
Typical Coupling Losses
FOA1065
Frequency Shifting / Modulation
Visible and NIR
1205C / 1206C / 1250C
< 5dB
FOA1084
High Speed Modulation
NIR
1206C – 0.5
< 5dB
FCM1550-P50L
Frequency Shifting / Modulation
1550nm
Integrated
< 3dB
FCM1550-P80L
Frequency Shifting / Modulation
1550nm
Integrated
< 3dB

 

声光调制器驱动器 Acousto-optics Modulators Driver

Center Freq (MHz)
Risetime (n sec)
Digital Modulation
Analog Modulation
Power
Feature
10
<15
831C
up to 0.3W
27
<10
  
521C-27
521B-27
531C-27
531B-27
up to 6W
40
<8
521C
521B
531C
531B
up to 6W
45
<8
521C-45
521B-45
531C-45
531B-45
up to 6W
80
<6
522C
522B
532C
532B
up to 7W
80
<6
822C
832C
up to 2W
Low voltage, compact
110
<5
523C
523B
533C
533B
up to 6W
150
<5
524C
524B
534C
534B
up to 3W
175
<5
525C-175
525B-175
535C-175
535B-175
up to 2W
200
<5
525C
525B
535C
535B
up to 2W
250 (260)
<5
526C
536C
up to 2W
350
<5
537C
up to 1.5W
80
<6
752C-x
752B-x
752C-x
752B-x
up to 7W
Dual Modulation
80
<6
722C-x
722B-x
na
na
up to 6W
>60dB RF Contrast
110
<5
723C-x
723Bx
na
na
up to 6W
>60dB RF Contrast

 

Air Cooled, Single Frequency up to 60W RF power
Frequency (Select, MHz)
Model
Frequency Stability (Typical, %)
Modulation
Outputs
RF Power (W)
24/27/41/80/110
RFA910-FC
±0.003
Analog& Digital
1
10
24/27/41/80/110
RFA920-FC
±0.003
Analog & Digital
1
25
27/41
RFA960-FC
±0.003
Analog & Digital
1
60

 

High Power Modulator Drivers Liquid Cooled
Frequency (MHz) 
Model
Modulation
Outputs
RF Power (W)
Feature
40
RFA141
Analog & Digital
1
30
40
RFA241
Analog & Digital
1
80
40
RFA441
Analog & Digital
1
100
40
RFA641
Analog & Digital
1
180
Digital Interface
50
RFA151
Analog & Digital
1
25
60
RFA261
Analog & Digital
1
65
80
RFA181
Analog & Digital
1
50
110
RFA2110
Analog & Digital
1
25
40
RFA240-2
Analog & Digital
2
70/70
50
RFA250-2
Analog & Digital
2
70/70

 

Liquid Cooled, Sequential Multi-Frequency, up to 180W RF power
Frequency (MHz) 
Model
Frequency Stability (Typical, %)
Modulation
Outputs
RF Power (W)
Feature
30 / 50
RFA3050-2
± 0.003
Digital
2
65/65
40 / 51
RFA741
± 0.003
Analog/Digital
1
90
40 / 60
RFA4060-2
± 0.003
Digital
2
65/65
40 / 60
RFA4116-2
± 0.003
Digital
2
85/85
Digital Power Control
30 / 36.7 / 43.3 / 50
RFA3445-2
± 0.003
Digital
2
85/85
40 / 46.7 / 53.3 / 60
RFA4556-2
± 0.003
Digital
2
85/85
30-60
iSPA241
32Bit
Analog / Digital
1
70
USB Programmable
35-55
iSPA641
32Bit
Analog / Digital
1
180
USB Programmable
40-60
iSPA4060-2
32Bit
Analog / Digital
2
85/85
USB Programmable
41/-41
iSA241-4
32Bit
Analog / Digital
4
30/30/30/30
DBM driver
54/-54
iSA254-4
32Bit
Analog / Digital
4
45/45/45/45
DBM driver

 

声光偏转器驱动器 Deflectors Drivers

Variable Frequency Driver-Amps Conduction Cooled Max 20W
Tuning Frequency (Minimum, MHz)
Digital Modulation
Analog Modulation
Tuning Linearity (Typical, %)
RF Power (W)
Feature
DDS Based
20-200
iSPA-SF1
iSPA-SF1
32Bit
1.2W
Sequential freq output
20-200
iSPA-MF4
iSPA-MF4
32Bit
<1W
Simultaneous 4x freq output
Single Output VCO based
19-35
620C-27
630C-27
±2.0
>2.2
30-50
620C-40
630C-40
±1.5
>2.2
30-50
620A-40
630A-40
±1.5
>6.0
60-100
620C-80
630C-80
±1.5
>2.2
60-100
620A-80
630A-80
±1.5
>4.0
70-130
620C-100
630C-100
±1.5
>2.0
80-140
620C-110
630C-110
±1.5
>1.8
80-140
620A-110
630A-110
±1.5
>3.0
100-200
620C-150
630C-150
±1.5
>1.5
100-200
620A-150
630A-150
±1.5
>3.0
140-260
620C-200
630C-200
±1.5
>1.5
200-300
620C-250
630C-250
±2
>0.7
250-450
620C-350
630C-350
±2
>0.7
22-38
RFA910T-30
±2.5
10
30-50
RFA910T-40
±1.5
10
60-100
RFA910T-80
±1.5
10
60-100
RFA920T-80
±1.5
20
90-130
RFA920T-110
±1.5
20
VXCO
80 ± 4kHz
512C-x
Up to 7

 

Multi Output Variable Freq Driver-Amps Conduction Cooled, Max 20W
Tuning Frequency (Minimum, MHz)
Digital Modulation
Analog Modulation
Tuning Linearity (Typical, %)
RF Power (W)
Outputs
Feature
DDS Based
20-200
iSPA-SF2
32Bit
1.2/1.2
2
USB Programmable
20-200
iHSA-4*
32Bit
1.2/1.2/1.2/1.2
4
USB Programmable
VCO Based
30-50 or 40-60
D321-BS
D331-BS
±1
1.8 / 1.8
2
50-90
D322-BS
D332-BS
±1
1.8 / 1.8
2
75-125 or 90-130 
D323-BS
D333-BS
±1
1.8 / 1.8
2
120-240 or 130-250
D325-BS
D335-BS
±1
1.8 / 1.8
2
85-145
RFA3110-4-CC
±1.5
1.8/1.8/1.8/1.8
4

 

Liquid Cooled, up to 180W RF power
Tuning Frequency (Minimum, MHz)
Model
Tuning Linearity (Typical, %) 
Modulation
Outputs
RF Power (W)
Feature
DDS Based
30-60
iSPA241
32Bit
Analog / Digital
1
70
USB Programmable
30-60
iSPA241
32Bit
Analog / Digital
1
70
USB Programmable
40-60
iSPA4060-2
32Bit
Analog / Digital
4
85/85
USB Programmable
VCO Based
30-50
RFA321
±2
Analog / Digital
1
70
30-50
RFA331-2
±2
Analog / Digital
2
35/35
40-60
RFA350-2
±2
Analog / Digital
2
65/65
65-95
RFA3080-2
±1.5
Analog / Digital
2
5/5
90-130
RFA333-2
±1.5
Analog / Digital
2
10/10
85-145
RFA3110-4
±1.5
Analog / Digital
4
1.8/1.8/1.8/1.8
110-180
RFA 3145-4
±1.5
Analog / Digital
4
1.8/1.8/1.8/1.8
130-210
RFA3175-4
±1.5
Analog / Digital
4
1.5/1.5/1.5/1.5

 

AOTF Driver: Frequency Sources and Amps

Frequency Sources
Model
Controls Functions
Max tuning range (MHz)
Resolution
Outputs
RF Power
Feature
Frequency Synthesizer Source
iSA-SF2
Yes
20-200
32bit
2
1mW
USB programmable
iHHS-4
Yes
20-200
32bit
4
1mW
USB programmable
iHHS-4-e
Yes
150-350
32bit
4
1mW
USB programmable
Synthesizer with Integrated Amplifier(s)
iSPA-SF1-X
Yes
20-250
32bit
1
1W to 4W
High power
iSPA-SF2
Yes
20-200
32bit
2
1W
Differential frequency
iSPA-MF4
Yes
20-200
32bit
1
1W total
Mixed frequency
iHSA-4
Yes
20-200
32bit
4
1W
Image Memory
Crystal Based, low frequency
811C-L-10
10
50ppm
1
300mW
811C-L-15
15
50ppm
1
300mW

 

Amplifiers
Model
Modulation Input
Octave Bandwidth within range (MHz)
Gain (dB)
Outputs
RF Power (W)
Feature
50xC-L Series
Yes
30-250
0-33
1
1.7
50xC-2 Series
Yes
30-250
0-34
1
2
50xC-3 Series
Yes
30-250
0-35
1
2.7
50xC-6 Series
Yes
30-250
0-36
1
6.5
DA134-p-fc
Yes
30-150
0-36
2
1.6/1.6
RFA901-B
Yes
30-100
0-38
1
12
RFA200
Yes
28-55
0-50
1
70
RFA200-2
Yes
28-55
0-50
2
70/70
RFA1170-4-ZP
No
48-92
52
4
80/80/80/80
Pulse optimized
RFA1170-4
Option
48-92
52
4
80/80/80/80

 

Q-Switch Drivers
Frequency (MHz)
Model
Waveform Modulation
Control Inputs
Outputs
RF Power
24
RFA960-24
Analog & Digital
User
1
60
27.12
RFA960-27
Analog & Digital
User
1
60
27.12
AQS1060-27
Pulse Width and Slope Envelope
Internal/User
1
60
27.12
AQS1080-27
Pulse Width and Slope Envelope
Internal/User
1
80
27.12
AQSR1100D-27
Pulse Width and Slope Envelope
Internal/User
2
110/110
40.68
RFA910-40
Analog & Digital
User
1
12
40.48
RFA960-40
Analog & Digital
User
1
60
40.68
AQS1010-40
Pulse Width and Slope Envelope
Internal/User
1
10
80
762B-x
Preset Pulse Width
1
< 4
80
762C-x
Preset Pulse Width
1
< 4
80
RFA910-80
Analog & Digital
User
1
12
80
AQS1004-80
Pulse Width and Slope Envelope
Internal/User
1
< 6
80
AQS1010-80
Pulse Width and Slope Envelope
Internal/User
1
12

 

 

 




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