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Current Drivers & Temperature Controllers,
SLD and Driver Assemblies

  Current Drivers & Temperature Controllers  

SLD modules are extremely sensitive to surges and spikes of drive current (or voltage). Any mistake in the design of a driving circuit may result in SLD module damage and failure. In most cases, modules cannot be repaired from this kind of damage. To provide an adequate level of SLD protection, it is imperative to have a properly designed current and temperature controller. Superlum offers drivers that allow to operate all types of cooled Superlum's SLD modules at a high level of stability and protection. All current Superlum controllers are designed for built-n SLD modules for a complete light source solution.
Our drivers vary by dimensions (footprint) and communication interface (digital and analog).

  Current Drivers & Temperature Controllers  BY DIMENSIONS

Ultra-Compact
Controllers with smallest footprint


SLD-uCS
Ultra-compact driver with 24x60x79 mm dimensions



BLL — coming soon
Ultra-compact controller with 21.5x45x60 mm dimensions
Miniature
Controllers with optimal combination of footprint and features

SLD-mCS
Miniature driver with pigtail and 80x110x26 mm dimensions
SLD-sCS
Miniature controller with mating connector and 95x155x29 mm dimensions
Compact
Controllers with extra space for additional components (i.e., optical isolators)

SLD-CS
Compact controller with optical isolator and 190x110x31 mm dimensions
cBLMD
Compact controller with USB interface and 190x110x31 mm dimensions


  Current Drivers & Temperature Controllers  BY CONTROL INTERFACE

ANALOG
Analog / TTL logic interface


SLD-uCS
Ultra-compact, 24x60x79 mm dimensions
SLD-sCS
Miniature, with mating connector, 95x155x29 mm dimensions
SLD-mCS
Miniature, with pigtail, 80x110x26 mm dimensions
SLD-CS
Compact, with optical isolator, 190x110x31 mm dimensions
DIGITAL
Digital communication interface (USB, UART)

BLL — coming soon
Ultra-compact, 21.5x45x60 mm dimensions


cBLMD
Compact, 190x110x31 mm dimensions



  Current Drivers & Temperature Controllers (PILOTs)  

Compact mounts/heads are available for all types of modules (DIL, BUT and TOW). Fiber coupled modules can be easily replaced in the mount by the customer—no soldering required. Free-space SLD modules assembled in TOW 1 and TOW 2 packages and installed in TOW mounts cannot be replaced by the customer.

    PILOT4-AC
  PILOT4-AC
 


110/220 V AC Powered Controller PILOT4-AC provides:

  • Driving of all types of Superlum's cooled modules.
  • High-stability temperature control from +10 °C to +40 °C, with indication of temperature setpoint.
  • High-stability drive current control from 0 mA to 400 mA.
  • Low noise.
  • Remote control port for SLD status monitoring and turning SLD power on/off.

Specifications of PILOT4-ACPDF (184 Kb)
Outline drawing of PILOT4-ACPDF (100 Kb)

 

  SLD and Driver Assemblies (Old Models)  

If you are looking for both an SLD module and an appropriate driver for it, consider an all-in-one light source, in which the SLD and driver are integrated together. Such a light source is easy to set up and won't take up very much space.


    BLMS mini
  BLMS mini SLD light source
 


BLMS mini is an SLD light source which combines a fiber pigtailed SLD module, a high precision current and temperature controller, and an optional optical isolator in one compact and easy-to-use device. Each product is custom made with the SLD module of your choice. See the BLMS mini product page for details.

 
    

    OEM Drivers
  PILOT4-PCB OEM SLD CONTROLLER
 

based on the proven circuit design of Superlum's PILOT4-AC benchtop driver was developed specifically to be incorporated into OEM systems. A board-level version provides greater flexibility for integration into a system design and allows our customers to develop efficient and cost-effective solutions.

Specifications and outline drawing of PILOT4-PCBPDF (156 Kb)

 
    
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