ALTER TL-FP3421 provides an efficient way to control and monitor the current status of a 19” Galileo COTS-based system with three LEDs, and one more LED indicates if the system is power supplied or not.
The Silicon Carbide power diodes were specifically designed for protection of solar cells arrays in solar panels mounted in satellites and space exploration modules. The first batches of devices are currently used for two European Space Agency missions, BepiColombo and Solar Orbiter.
For Quantum Technologies to fulfil their potential requires orders of magnitude reduction in size, weight, power-consumption and cost (SWaP-C) compared to many of the current generation of laboratory demonstrators. In addition, the instrument must be reliable in real-world environments where it will be exposed to vibrations, shocks and temperature changes during operation.
FLAME is a compact, frequency-stabilised laser module with integrated vapour cell that allows locking to spectral features of an atomic reference. This first FLAME product addresses transitions of Rubidium around 780 nm that are key to applications in Quantum Technologies.