Capacitor Charging Power Supplies

Two Designs for Fixed and Variable Pulse Width Applications AMI offers two capacitor charging power supply designs.  The Model 5703A is designed for charging deep cycling capacitors typical of fixed pulse width SCR switched systems.  The Model 5704A is designed

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Model 312B Low Noise, GaAs FET Transimpedance Amplifier

The 312B Series are ultra low noise, high gain, GaAs FET amplifiers designed for low level current source input applications in which high gain is required. ULTRA LOW NOISE – DOWN TO 1 pA/√Hz HIGH GAIN – 1 MV/A BANDWIDTH

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HV Detector Bias Supplies

High Voltage APD Photodetector Bias Supplies In order to achieve the optimum performance from a photodetector, the high voltage bias supply must not induce switching noise into the system. AMI offers a line of High Voltage Power Supplies for photodetector

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Model 762 Seed Laser Diode Driver GUI Graphical User Interface

AMI’s Model 762 Seed Laser Diode Driver offers output currents up to 2.5 A for CW and Pulsed operation of 14-pin butterfly lasers with a Type I pin configuration.  Included with the Model 762 is a Graphical User Interface (GUI)

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ULTRA LOW RIPPLE CW & PULSED LASER DIODE DRIVER, Model 785A

AMI’s Model 785A is a versatile laser diode driver for driving high power laser diodes in both pulsed and CW applications at up to 20 A, 26 V.  In addition to the extremely low noise and ripple performance the 785A

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New High Performance Hybrid Eyesafe Laser Rangefinder Receiver

Analog Modules, Inc. announces the release of its High Performance Hybrid Eyesafe Laser Rangefinder Receiver Longwood, FL – June 4, 2020. Analog Modules, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of its High-Performance Hybrid Eyesafe Laser Rangefinder Receiver, Model 758B.1.

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Burst Mode Laser Diode or Flashlamp Operation

AMI’s Models 8800D and 8800V can be programmed to output a string of pulses. From the Model 8800D & 8800V Manuals: Burst mode is a batch command. This instructs the microprocessor to run a burst or to trigger the output

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AMI Series of Rangefinder Receivers with Processors

The 7558 and  7555 Series Rangefinder/Processor assemblies comprise a high performance Model 758A or 755A receiver with compact support electronics to provide corrected range data to a mother system. The serial range data output is calibrated using AMI’s patented technology to

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Variable Pulse Width Systems Design Elements

Variable pulse width systems, sometimes called electronic pulse forming networks, are fairly flexible. They can accommodate a variety of lamps and operating conditions. The system has to be designed to sustain the maximum anticipated operating conditions driving both cost and

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Dual Output Differential High Voltage Power Supply

New Model 533 Differential Output ±1 kV Power Supply The Model 533 is a highly efficient, cost effective, voltage regulated, differential high voltage power supply capable of providing up to ±1,000 V at up to 125 W total output power. A

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Featured Products

Model 758B.1

Based on the field proven performance of AMI’s 758 Series Laser Rangefinder Receivers, the Model 758B.1 extends the capabilities even further with outstanding double-pulse discrimination. This allows a weak target to be seen through a close, partly obscuring strong target. Multiple Target Resolution is 12 meters typical over 6 orders of magnitude with the second pulse 10dB down.