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Optical sensors enable short-wave blue LED lighting

Optical sensors enable short-wave blue LED lighting
A minimal sensor area of only 1.9x3.3mm is sufficient for the optical sensors in the iC-PNH series to scan encoder code discs and generate sine signals in top hi-fi quality. Evaluation is executed by interpolation ICs using a Nonius calculation, e.g. iC-MN and iC-MNF, permitting a very high angle resolution of more than 21 bits, even with code disc diameters of only 26mm. All devices of this series can be used with short-wave blue LED lighting for an high accuracy due to a sharper projection.
14th March 2018

Opto-encoder ICs are blue, reflective & lensless

Opto-encoder ICs are blue, reflective & lensless
At SPS/IPC Drives 2015 in Nuremburg, iC-Haus will introduce its new encoder ICs which are described as blue, reflective and lensless. Specifically designed for flat encoders, with multiple diameters and line counts, the iC-PR reflective encoders feature dual analogue/digital output options, selectable interpolation factors and high resolution.
13th November 2015

Continuous wave laser diode driver features MCU interface

Continuous wave laser diode driver features MCU interface
A laser diode driver that permits MCU-based driving of laser diodes with common cathodes or P-type laser diodes in Continuous Wave (CW) mode has been introduced by iC-Haus. With the iC-HTP, either Automatic Power Control (APC), Automatic Current Control (ACC), or a full controller-based power regulation can be used.
16th June 2015


16-Bit Optical Encoder with SPI and Serial/Parallel Outputs

16-Bit Optical Encoder with SPI and Serial/Parallel Outputs
iC-LNG is an optoelectronic encoder IC for absolute linear and angle measuring systems. Photosensors, amplifiers, and comparators, an LED power control and an adjustable signal conditioning unit have been monolithically integrated into the device, as have the necessary interfaces for configuration and data output.
2nd November 2011

Driving laser diodes from CW to 155 MHz with power or current control

Driving laser diodes from CW to 155 MHz with power or current control
The all-purpose laser diode drivers iC-NZN and iC-NZP operate laser diodes in both CW and spike-free pulse mode with up to 155 MHz. The devices allow either the optical output power (APC) or laser diode current (ACC) to be controlled. In ACC mode also laser diodes without monitor diodes can be used. Blue laser diodes can also be operated with iC-NZN. The maximum available laser diode current is 300 mA. The devices have an adjustable current limit.
7th September 2011


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