Maradin DM3100 Evaluation Kit is an easy to use and a straight forward platform for developers and business development personal.
The DM3100 enables the evaluation of Maradin's laser based projection core components, including: MAR1100 - 2D MEMS scanning mirror, MAR2100 - MEMS drive and control IC and the MAR3100 - GILBOA reference design to incorporate Maradin's proprietary laser timing algorithm. The DM3100 shortens the development time, enables flexibility and a fast demonstration of laser projection based on Maradin's technology.
Key Features and Benefits
2D single mirror– Minimizes optical engine size and increases optical efficiency
Combination of electrostatic (H) and electromagnetic (V) actuators– Improves robustness and optimizes performance
Wide optical FOV, 45° (H) x 30° (V)– Delivers large image/scan area
High-sensitivity, dynamic closed control loops– Maintain stable peak performance even during changes in ambient conditions
Static mirror alarm signal– Supports eye safety
MEMS controller with standard digital video interface– Simplifies system design and integration
Non-hermetic plastic package– Reduces cost
How the Laser Scanning Projector works
The MAR1100 is a dual-axis MEMS based scanning mirror targeted for miniature laser projectors and laser steering applications. It is based on industry-leading MEMS technology with novel and precise actuation schemes. The innovative MEMS device combines a fast electro-static actuator and a powerful electro-magnetic actuator, which yields peak performance under varying conditions.
The MAR2100 is a Driver and control IC for Maradin’s MAR1100 dual-axis MEMS based scanning mirror. MAR2100 is targeted for miniature laser projectors and laser steering applications. MAR2100 drives and controls Maradin’s MAR1100 dual axis scanning mirror and generates the timing signals to synchronize the laser module through the Host, also called as Data Manipulator. As MAR1100 scanner has two uncoupled actuators – one for horizontal scan and one for vertical scan, MAR2100 controller IC supports both drivers.
The MAR1100 scanning mirror, combined with the MAR2100 controller IC, from the projection module of the system. A general block diagram of such systems is depicted in the animation below.