TS6B Laser Shutter Datasheet
The Uniblitz TS6B is a 6mm bi-stable laser shutter that withholds an extremely low-profile construction. The device's lack of an external protruding actuator makes it very slim and flexible for system integration. Precision exposure control and laser switching are applications that benefit greatly from the precise, repeatable characteristics of the TS shutter series.
Bi-stable shutter devices, like the TS6B, require no power to hold the blades in either the open or closed state.
- 6mm aperture
- Bi-stable operation
- Extremely low-profile form-factor
- RoHS Compliant
- Transfer time on opening: 1.7 milliseconds
- Total opening time: 3.1 milliseconds
- Configured for the VED24 Shutter Driver
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||OPERATING TEMP IN DEGREES
||MAX. OPENING BOUNCE
||MAX. CLOSING BOUNCE
||MAX FREQUENCY OF OPERATION (CONT/BURST)1
||NUMBER SHUTTER BLADES
||-10 to +65°C
||20 HZ / 85 HZ
2 (CONT/BURST) CONTinuous frequency rating specified at shutter’s minimum exposure pulse. BURST frequency rating specified for (4) four seconds maximum with (1) one minute minimum between bursts. Frequency measurements are taken in free air, 25°C ambient, actuator coil equipped with heat sink. For additional information on maximum sustained frequencies obtainable, please contact one of our technical representatives.
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The following chart lists typical timing values (msec.) using UNIBLITZ® drive equipment and measured with UNIBLITZ® shutters equipped with standard black Teflon® coated shutter blades.
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||Delay time on opening after current is applied
||Transfer time on opening
||Total opening time
||Min. dwell time with min. input pulse
||Min. equivalent exp. time
||Delay time on closing after current is applied
||Transfer time on closing
||Total window time
||Min. exposure time
||Typical exposure pulse
The question regarding enhancement of shutter speed with the application of user supplied lubricants has been repeatedly asked. It is our experience that lubricating the shutter blades will actually slow the shutter down and eventually render the shutter inoperable. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD ANY TYPE OF LUBRICANT BE APPLIED TO THE SHUTTER BLADE AREA.
Timing data recorded with ED12DSS driver with drive pulse equal to MET.
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The UNIBLITZ® TS6B is designed with a low-profile and flat surfaces for easy integration into your system. Three countersunk mounting holes are provided for use with 0-80 FH screws. The body of the shutter measures 1.050” in diameter and only .190” thick. There are no protrusions of any kind outside of the main envelope. A 45° chamfer is included on both sides of the shutter allowing for extra clearance through the aperture.
A standard shutter is terminated by a 2-pin JST header (S2B-PH-SM4-TB). The connector is mounted on a 4” flexible circuit. Alternatively, the shutter can be purchased with 18” flying leads (30 AWG) attached to the end of the 4” flexible circuit (“L” specification). The 203D cable is required when controlling the TS6B with the ED12DSS which is included with the ED12DSS driver.
Optical Blade Finish
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|| (ZM) AlMgF2
Blade Samples are available upon request.