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DLPNIRNANOEVM: Optical choppers with DLP

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Dears

My customer want to have a very accuracy light detection, and find our DLP might be working as the Optical choppers, which have mentioned in DLPC150 . So is there some more information or reference design on this? and also how about the speed, will it achieved 100Khz? thanks.

B.R.

Jun Shen

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  • Hi Jason, 

    Welcome to TI E2E Forums! Kindly give us some time regarding this query, we'll get back on this soon!

    Thanks & Regards,

    Hirak.

  • In reply to Hirak Biswas:

    Hirak

    Thanks for your response, and how about the progress, for the Optical choppers based on our DLP, is there some more information about this. 

    Thanks

    Jun Shen

  • In reply to Jason Shen:

    Hi Jun, 

    We are contacting our experts regarding this. Kindly allow us some more time. Thanks for your patience!

    Thanks & Regard,

    Hirak.

  • In reply to Hirak Biswas:

    Hello Jun,

    Could you please share more details about the application and end product?  What is wavelength requirement for your application?

    What do you mean by "Optical choppers"? Are you referring to  reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexer (ROADM) used in optical network?

    regards,

    Vivek

  • In reply to Vivek Thakur:

    Vivek

    Thanks for the help, it is used for light modulation(ON/OFF or Sine),  the wavelength is 340nm - 900nm, modulation frequency will be 50 - 100Khz, will this possible?

    Thanks.

    Jun Shen

  • In reply to Jason Shen:

    Hello Jun,

    Modulation will at wavelength level i.e different module for each wavelength  or all wavelength are modulated with same function?

    regards,

    Vivek

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