High-voltage solutions combine features that enable biasing, signal routing, level translation and amplification while connecting low-voltage control circuits to other high-voltage circuits. Control functions and circuits can vary from simple to complex, from analog to digital circuitry, from FPGAs to microcontrollers.
Different digital interfaces feature simple digital inputs to complex protocols such as SPI and I2C, with data rates up to 10s of MHz. These solutions enable drive, monitoring and control of different loads for a broad range of markets and applications.
Signal routing can vary from simple pass-through to serial-parallel conversion and can accommodate anything from one to more than a hundred signals. Supported voltages typically cover tens to hundreds of volts, with currents typically varying from under 1 mA up to hundreds of mA.
Functional integration includes features that enable measurement and protection (current, voltage, temperature), boost voltage generation, complex control features (signal linearization, offset management, etc.) and more. Drive circuitry can encompass anything as simple as a single discrete device to FET switch arrays, Darlington switch arrays and amplifier arrays.
Introducing the Laser Demo 001, a development tool created by MEMS mirror supplier Mirrorcle Technologies, Inc. featuring control and drive electronics from Microchip Technology, Inc. The development tool provides a means of evaluating laser beam steering technology, while enabling solutions development for many different consumer, industrial, automotive, and other applications.
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