Falco Systems high voltage amplifiers
Falco Systems (established in 2006) is an innovative company that designs and manufactures technology leading high voltage amplifiers for company R&D departments, research institutes and universities worldwide. These amplifiers are used in precision engineering, electronics, physics, optics, chemistry, (aero-)space engineering and metrology and control. In addition, Falco Systems supplies its amplifiers as sub-modules to OEMs.
The WMA series high voltage amplifiers
High voltage, high frequency and (ultra-)low noise amplifiers for e.g. the electrostatic actuation
of MEMS, piezo's and EO-modulators
The Falco Systems WMA series consists of a range of high voltage laboratory amplifiers with industry-leading specifications.
We have high voltage amplifiers available with extremely wide bandwidth (DC to 5MHz) and high speed slew rate (2000V/us), but also with
ultra low noise (50 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
New: Double the voltage in bridge mode
If you require a higher output voltage, the high speed WMA-IB-HS and ultra-low noise WMA-IB-LN phase inverter - buffers can be used. These new Falco Systems products drive two high voltage amplifiers with opposite polarity signals, effectively doubling the output voltage available to drive the load.