Evaluation Board for Constant Current Laser Driver ATLSXA202D

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The evaluation board, ATLS202DEV1.0, is designed for evaluating the series laser drivers:ATLS500MA202D, ATLS1A202D, ATLS2A202D, ATLS3A202D and ATLS4A202D. The main purpose for using this evluation board is to evaluate the laser drivers conveniently.


This laser driver evaluation board comes with an unbreakable dummy laser diode formed by a series of regular diodes. It is has a complete application circuit, has an LED to indicate the woring status of the driver, and a fan for reducing the temperature dummy laser diode when being driven by high current. This laser controller evaluation board is of 100 % lead (Pb)-free and RoHS compliant.


The ATLS202D is a series of high efficiency electronic modules designed for driving diode lasers with low noise constant current. It has high reliability, zero EMI (Electro- Magnetic Interference), and is packed in small DIP package. The series includes ATLS2A202D, ATLS3A202D and ATLS4A202D. The output voltage range is from 0V to 4V when powered by a 5V power supply.

The evaluation board introduced by this application note, ATLS202DEV1.0, is designed for evaluating these laser driver modules conveniently.

It is recommended to read this application note with the ATLS202D datasheet which provides more detail information about the specifications and application guidelines for the laser driver modules.

The main purpose of using the evaluation board is to drive a voltage configurable and unbreakable dummy laser diode by using the laser driver with a programmable current. The dummy laser on the board emulates the users expensive real laser diode so that in case there is a fault in the circuit or an improper operation, the real laser would not be damaged. After making sure the driver works properly and all the features and the set-values meet the requirements of the application, the users can disconnect the dummy laser from the driver by flipping a switch and connect a real diode laser onto proper connections of the board. At the same time, the user can set and monitor the output current, monitor the working status of the driver, etc.