OEM DPSS Laser Markers (>50W)

  • Update:Aug 28, 2017
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We can provide OEMs and system integrators with a range of high performance components and sub-assemblies of diode-pumped Nd:YAG laser markers at more attractive prices.

Product Introduction

We can provide OEMs and system integrators with a range of high performance components and sub-assemblies of diode-pumped Nd:YAG laser markers at more attractive prices. These components and sub-assemblies include laser head (diode pump module, laser resonator, Q-switch cell), Q-switch driver, diode driver, marking head, marking software, chiller, stage.

M-DPSS-50OEM: 50W laser marker, including laser head with mark head LSCT-1064-12-110-6231, diode driver LDD3018, Q-switch driver QSD2750, electrical controller STCB18, marking card and marking software LMX-1

M-DPSS-75OEM: 75W laser marker, including laser head with mark head LSCT-1064-12-110-6231, diode driver LDD3024, Q-switch driver QSD2775, electrical controller STCB18, marking card and marking software LMX-1

Remark: marking head LSST can be used to replace marking head LSCT at much lower prices. Marking card is also called as D/A card.

1) Laser Head with Marking Head

A laser head consists of laser base (optical rail), pump module, output coupler and rear mirror with mount, beam expander, AO Q-switch cell, front plate, rear plate, and cover (option: aperture with mount). A laser marking head consists of scan mirrors, galvanometers & drive cards, galvanometer mount, scan lens (f-theta lens), marking card (PCI slot), marking software (under Windows XP) and DC power supply. 2. Q-switch Driver

The panel is standard 19 inch.

3. Diode Driver

The panel is standard 19 inch.

4. Electrical Controller

Including DC power supply of the marking head, replays, buttons, indicators, alarms etc.

5. Chiller

Remark:

diode driver, Q-switch driver and electrical controller can be integrated into a 19” box (called as “3 in 1” laser driver). The whole OEM laser marker just consists of a laser head with a marking head, a 19” box and an optional computer.

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