JDC’s ARK uses pulse width modulation (PWM) to digitally and directly drive displays; proprietary modulation patterns can be used as desired development goals. The features of JDC’s ARK are as follows:
Spatial Light Modulation for amplitude applications
8-bit monochrome with HDMI 1.4a standard addressing interface input
Linear optical power modulations with 256 gray level scales
Rich selections of panels and preconfigured for various application requirements
Plug and Play Display
If there are more than one wavelength installed upon request, JDC Config Selector software will be provided to allow the user to load and set default pre-installed configuration on the JDC hardware. The software runs on a Windows / Ubuntu PC which is connected to the JDC hardware via a USB cable. Two native configurations allow for a convenient and flexible way to work with a variety of wavelengths.
Several ARK products are available, each of which contains a unique feature targeted for a variety of applications.