PicoLAS GmbH

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PicoLAS GmbH
Burgstr. 2
Website: www.picolas.de

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15 November 2023
Web shop, Tutorials and FAQ now available
PicoLAS is steadily improving customer satisfaction. Getting a driver solution quickly on an engineer’s desk reduces the development cost significantly. All our products are available in our web shop (B2B only). Additionally, to improve the success of setting up complex drivers we made short tutorial video clips. Here we demonstrate how to set up one of the most famous drivers, a nanosecond pulser. This guided tour is lasting less than 5 minutes and displays everything from unboxing to the first nanosecond pulses. This breathtaking improvement yields to faster customer experimental results. More tutorial videos and FAQ will be released soon!
15 November 2023
Kilowatt-class cw-driver in half-brick size
PicoLAS offers a huge variety of “kilowatt-class” drivers in the famous half brick size. In cw operation solutions with up to 20 A @ up to 50 V (LDP-CW 2050), 90 or 130 A @ up to 10 V (LDP-CW 9010 or 130-05) are available. Special solutions with a fully isolated output or an additional linear driver stage are also available. Higher currents up to 320 A will presented soon. All drivers feature an analog and a digital control option making their use easy. Of course all drivers are conductively base plate cooled. You can find all information and videos of how to set up on our web page.
15 November 2023
Most popular seed driver now fully digitally controlled
The BFS-VRM 03 got one of the high runners in the PicoLAS portfolio. However, we listen to our customers and try to implement all wishes. The existing version required an external and analog controlling signal which is translated to the desired current. We now integrated this driving stage into the seeder making this highspeed external DAC obsolete. Get all data point downloaded to the brand new BFS-VDIG 03 and just trigger. The new design has got a much higher flexibility in terms of the applied biasing current. Furthermore, the current sagging of the automatic gain control at longer pulses is history. The pulse-to-pulse stability is now better than 10-4. 10-6 can be achieved upon request. The best news might be the much reduced price, which is less than 40% compared to the standard set-up of the existing solution.