Bozeman, Montana (PRWEB) August 22, 2012
Traditionally, researchers spent time creating bulky custom controllers for laser diode drivers from scratch. The Laser System Controller (LSC) 1650 eliminates this step saving valuable time and money. “From the internal pulse generator to the q-switch trigger, this little device is the end all solution for getting your laser system up and running. You will never have to build a controller again as this handheld device has a complex range of signal controls,” explains Steve Birrell, CEO and President of Quantum Composers.
The LSC 1650 can be used for:
Quantum Composers developed the new LSC 1650 in response to customer demand for a universal, handheld device that allows remote computer control of a laser system. The model LSC 1650 expands the capabilities of the Laser Diode Driver Controller (LDDC) 1550 and is a convenient/ cost-effective way to orchestrate the operation of multiple laser system components. Advanced features such as an internal pulse generator, Q-switch triggering, an external trigger input, and sync output simplify laser system design, monitoring and control.
Other expanded features:
The LSC provides all signals necessary to control a laser system—just add a power supply.
About Quantum Composers:
Quantum Composers was founded 18 years ago in Bozeman, Montana, an accelerating high tech center for electro-optic start-ups in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region. Since then, Quantum has become an internationally recognized pioneer in the electro-optics market place through the design and manufacture of a precision pulse generator line and custom laser systems for micromachining applications.