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The 19" control unit of the Low Power devices (50 W to 100 W) can be best described as the heart of our machines for automation. It makes sure the user experience is as smooth as possible.
The laser emission is controlled by industry-grade electronics and electrical safety components to ensure maximum security. This control makes sure the operator is always working in a safe environment and is informed about possible errors or faults.
Different laser programs can be created in our dedicated software CleanSweep©, guaranteeing optimal process settings, smooth surface finish, and prevention of surface damage. After uploading the various programs on the system, these programs can be selected immediately manual or by robot or external customer device from the display menu so there is No need for a PC to operate this system in an automation mode.
The design of a Mid power system (200 W or 300 W) is more advanced than the Low Power unit's design.
Not only does the standard configuration exist of a control unit and a laser source, but also a water cooling unit. This cooling unit makes sure the source remains cool during operation.
Our unique industrial-grade control system ensures fluent operation of both chiller and laser source, and provides the customer with all the information he needs!
Of course, multiple laser programs can also be created in CleanSweep©, which can be stored in the control unit later on.
P-Laser's High Power systems are truly state-of-the-art machines that combine high pulse power with large surface coverage. The laser is controlled by a 19" control unit. To cool the optical components during operation, water cooling is integrated.
The High Power series can be delivered in several configurations: a 500 W or a 1000-2000-3000 W laser pulsed laser source. They all work at the same pulse power, but the 1000W delivers double the amount of frequency compared to a 500W this results in a double surface speed. An air treatment unit is integrated to cool down the optic and avoid dust onto the lens. The system is connected to the cloud for remote monitoring.
Optics for automation projects exist in different variations depending on your demands.
We have horizontal and vertical types to mount on your robot or in a fixed position. The processing speed is depending on the mirror scanners used and the focal distance. With the same mirror speed, a focal distance of 500 mm will give you twice the surface speed as a focal distance of 250 mm. Also the spotsize changes with the focal distance. With the 500 mm focal distance, we have doubled the spot size but reduced the energy density with factor 4. The process setup is critical and we need practical simulation to give our customers the right system. All industrial optics are water-cooled to obtain the stable light output.