DLi carries a full line of ready-to-use DLP® Optic Modules & Light Source Products. Optical modules are compact illumination and projection components that enable DLP® users to visualize the output of the DMD micromirror array instantly.
The optic modules interface directly to the DMD mount and are configured for the 0.7″ XGA DMD format of the Discovery™ D4100 & DLi4110/20/30 Development Kits. All modules use a reliable mechanical mounting concept that guarantees precise and repeatable assembly.
DLi is proud to offer the following Optics Modules for the DLP® Discovery™ platform:
- RAY-07 (0.7″ XGA – DLi4130/20/10)
- STAR-07 (0.7″ XGA – DLi4130/20/10 & SuperSpeed)
- S2+ NIR 07 (0.7″ XGA – DLi4130/20/10)
Details for each module are listed below.
RAY-07 Optics Module
STAR-07 Fiber Optics Module
The STAR-07 Fiber OM is an important accessory for users that require a high quality projection component that matches the superior performance levels of the D4100/DLi41xx & DLi3000 controller boards. The STAR-07 Fiber OM is an ultra-compact module that consists of a Carl Zeiss zoom projection lens, illumination system with integrator, relay system, and an in-coupling mirror and fixture interface.
The STAR-07 Fiber OM is designed to work seamlessly with the DLi Fiber Adapter. This versatile device allows users to integrate their own light source to the DMD via fiber optic light guides of various diameters. The STAR-07, when used in conjunction with the DLi Fiber Adapter and the user’s fiber optics, will provide a projection solution ideal for all DLP users. The DLi Fiber Adapter fits most standard illumination rings & light guides. The illumination ring is shown in the above image but is not included with the STAR-07.
S2+ NIR-07 Optics Module
For users with NIR applications, we offer the S2+ NIR-07-OM. The S2+ NIR-07-OM is designed for the 0.7″ XGA DMD format and it is available in two coating options:
Coating B: 650 – 1050nm / Coating C: 1050nm – 1650nm
The S2+ NIR-07-OM is designed to work seamlessly with the DLi Fiber Adapter. This versatile device allows users to integrate their own light source to the DMD via fiber optic light guides of various diameters.