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Mini Strobe Controller


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Manual: 

OPT - SPM2024 20170516.pdf

Drawing: 

Mini Strobe Controller drawing.pdf

Catalog: 

Mini Strobe Controller.pdf

Model No

Product Features 

1. Small size, easy operation

2. High trigger frequency: maximum up to 50KHz

3. Short trigger response time: ≤10μs

4. 6 triggering modes, can suitable for various work environment

5. Wide input voltage range from 12V DC to 48V DC, easy for using the DC power supply on the machine, 

    and lights can be overdriven to increase the intensity

6. Wide trigger pulse width setting: 10μs ~1023ms can be set

 Trigger Mode Specification 

1. Rising edge trigger

    When the trigger signal is the rising edge, the bright time of the light is consistent with  the set of trigger pulse width.

    The trigger pulse width is set by the corresponding switch.

2. Falling edge trigger

   When the trigger signal is the falling edge, the bright time of the light is consistent with the set of trigger pulse width.

    The trigger pulse width is set by the corresponding switch.

3. Real time positive trigger

    When the trigger signal is high, the bright time of the light is consistent with the high level pulse width of the trigger signal.

4. Real time negative trigger

    When the trigger signal is low, the bright time of the light is consistent with the low level pulse width of the trigger signal.

5. Time limited positive trigger

    When the trigger signal is high, if the high level pulse width of the trigger signal is less than the set trigger pulse width, 

    the bright time of the light is consistent with the high level pulse width of the trigger signal; 

    If the high level pulse width of the  trigger signal is greater than or equal to the set trigger pulse width, 

    the bright time of the light is consistent with the set trigger pulse width, and the trigger pulse width is set by the corresponding switch.

6. Time limited negative trigger

    When the trigger signal is low, if the low level pulse width of the trigger signal is less than the set trigger pulse width, 

    the bright time of the light is consistent with the low level pulse width of the trigger signal; 

    If the low level pulse width of the trigger signal is greater than or equal to the set trigger pulse width,

    the bright time of the light is consistent with the set trigger pulse width, and the trigger pulse width is set by the corresponding switch.


Panel Description 

No.

Interface

Description

1

Input port

Including power input and trigger signal input port;

See "Connection" section for details

2

Light connection port

OPT standard light with two Pin

3

10 DIP switch S2

Pulse width setting; See “Trigger Pulse Width Setting” for details

4

4 DIP switch S1

Trigger mode switching; See “Trigger Mode Setting” for details


             

Input Connection

The input port is represented by four colors: white, brown, green, and yellow (as shown below). 

The white and brown lead wires are separately connected with the positive & negative ports of the power supply; 

The green and yellow lead wires are separately connected with the positive and negative ports of the trigger input signals. 

The internal contains opto coupler isolation. 

The input voltage 0~2V is low level. And the input voltage 5~24V is high level. 

See “Trigger Connection Reference” for details.

Wire Colour

Connection Ways

White

Power+

Brown

Power-

Green

Trigger+

Yellow

Trigger-

Performance Parameter 

Item

Parameter

Details

Input voltage

DC 12~48V


Output voltage

DC 12~48V


Power polarity reverse

connection protection

Yes

 

  The input polarity reverse will not cause 

   controller damage

External trigger input

Yes


External trigger frequency

up to50KHz at max


Trigger mode

1. Rising edge trigger

2. Falling edge trigger

3. Real time positive trigger

4. Real time negative trigger

5. Time limited positive trigger

6. Time limited negative trigger

  Set by switch

Trigger pulse width

10~1023μs or 1~1023ms

  Switching time unit by switch

Trigger level

Low level:0~2V; High level:5~24V


Trigger response time

 ≤10μs


Output current

Maximum continuous output current: 2A;

Maximum instantaneous output current: 4A

  The average input current must be 0.5A much 

  larger than the average output current

Suitable lights

Continuous: for 12-24V, 2A OPT lights with two Pins;

Strobe: for 12-48V, 4A instantaneous current OPT lights with two Pins

Standby power 

consumption

 ≤1W


Working temperature

-5℃ ~50℃


Size (mm)

102.0*22.0*19.8

Refer to mechanical parameters

Trigger Mode Setting

Mode

S1.3

S1.2

S1.1

Rising edge trigger

OFF

OFF

X

Falling edge trigger 

OFF

ON

OFF

Real time positive trigger

OFF

ON

ON

Real time negative trigger

ON

OFF

OFF

Time limited positive trigger

ON

OFF

ON

Time limited negative trigger 

ON

ON

X

Note: 

(1) Sx.x indicates the number of the corresponding switches, such as S1.1, which represents Zthe first bit of the switch S1, 

     and S1.2 indicates the second bit of the switch S1,... And so on;

(2) ON means the switch is on, OFF indicates the switch is off, and X indicates the switch is on or off. Wide setting of Trigger pulse width

Trigger Pulse Width Setting

1. Switch

Note: When the fourth bit of S1 switch is ON, the switch S2 is 10-1023us

          When the fourth bit of S1 switch is OFF, the switch S2 is 1-1023ms

2. Value

Note: when the switch is 10-1023μs when the set value is less than or equal to 10,  the trigger pulse width is 10us.

Trigger Connection Reference

Description

T1 is the OFF to ON response time; T2 trigger pulse width;

T3 is the ON to OFF response time.

Among them, T1≤10μs; T2 can be set in the range of 10~1023μs or 1~1023ms; T3≤10μs.

Trigger Connection Reference


Mechanical Parameter (mm)