High voltage amplifiers: Falco Systems
Falco Systems is a young, innovative company dedicated to providing high voltage amplifiers with excellent specifications. The primary
aim is MEMS research and testing, but the amplifiers provided by Falco Systems can be used in many other fields.
Applications range from the actuation of electro-optical (EO-) modulators
to PZT (piezo-) transducers and general electronic (semiconductor) measurements.
New: The WMA-100 high voltage amplifier is now available
If your application demands a high quality high voltage amplifier, but there is pressure on the budget, the new WMA-100 high voltage amplifier may be exactly what you need
The new WMA-100 is a compact, all-round high voltage amplifier. It offers -175V to +175V output voltage, a DC offset control knob, and impressive bandwidth and noise figures. Combined with its modest price, it is the ideal choice for any experiment that requires a high quality, reliable high voltage amplifier, but where the requirements do not justify buying a 'top-of-the-line' device.
The WMA series high voltage amplifiers
High voltage, high frequency and (ultra-)low noise amplifiers for the electrostatic actuation
of MEMS, piezo's and EO-modulators
The Falco Systems WMA series consists of a range of high voltage laboratory amplifiers for demanding applications.
High voltage amplifiers (+150V to -150V) are available with extremely wide bandwidth (DC to 5MHz) and high speed slew rate (2000V/us), but also with
ultra low noise (300 microVolt rms in DC - 100kHz).
These specifications make the different amplifiers of the range
an excellent choice for use with MEMS devices, EO-modulators, PZT positioning systems, beam steering components, ultrasonics, and in many other applications.
Battery powered high voltage amplifiers
Falco Systems provides a range of battery powered high voltage amplifiers, which can be used e.g. with floating power supplies or in a Faraday cage. They also serve as excellent cost-effective small stand-alone amplifiers.
These tiny high voltage amplifiers
run from a low voltage 24V DC power supply or battery and provide a bipolar high voltage at their output. The WMA-02
delivers -175V to +175V, the WMA-01 -125V to +125V, while the WMA-005 covers the low voltage end of the range, with -75V to +75V output
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