Fiber-optic design tool

  • 05-Jan-2009 03:33 EST

Redfern Integrated Optics' Planex Evaluation Module RIOEM01 is a tool for fiber-optic sensing system designers that plugs into any 110 V or 220 V outlet. The self-contained module houses the Rio Planex laser, low-noise laser driver, TEC driver, controller, and power supply. Communication with the module is performed via USB interface to RIO-supplied graphical user interface software residing on the user's computer. The module employs laser bias current and temperature adjustment circuitry to control and monitor laser performance, preserving the key characteristics of low phase noise and narrow line width.

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