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Controls & Controllers -> Laser Controls & Controllers


Laser Controls & Controllers




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Laser Controller optimizes Overall Equipment Effectiveness.

Videojet Technologies, Inc.    Wood Dale, IL 60191-1073
Jul 10, 2014 Optimizing capability of CO2 and fiber laser marking systems, CLARiTY™ Laser Controller offersline set-up wizard to aid maintenance and production staff during both initial line set-up and product changeovers. On-board diagnostics tool presents instant fault information in logical way with drill-down option to enable identification of most frequent causes of printer faults. Withon-board Code Assurance, controller helps ensure correct code is placed on right product time after time.

Laser Controls offer Ethernet and Ethernet/IP(TM) options.

Laser Controls offer Ethernet and Ethernet/IP(TM) options.

FANUC America Corporation    Rochester Hills, MI 48309 3253
Sep 19, 2013 With Ethernet and Ethernet/IP™ field bus options, Series 30i/31i-L MODEL B CNCsenable fabricators to manage operations across equipment controlled by various systems. Users can integrate CNC system into company network for data collection or high-speed part program transfers. World-wide links can be set up via Internet, facilitating remote diagnosis, maintenance, and online training. Since Ethernet interface does not use public operating system, it is practically hacker-free and immune to viruses.

Laser Cutting Systems feature Fanuc resonator/control package.

Strippit, Inc.    Akron, NY 14001-1321
Jun 04, 2013 Available on select models of CO2 laser cutting systems, fully integrated Fanuc 31i-L CNC control and i-C Series resonator package cuts laser start up time and maximizestime between maintenance intervals. i-C laser comes in power ranges of 2.5, 4, or 6 kW, while CNC control, coupled withTouch-L 19 in. touchscreen GUI, gives users dynamic control over cutting process. Ensuring smooth, burr-free edges, control regulates use of electricity with Quick Power Saving Mode and Eco Power Saving Mode.

Laser Driver connects directly to butterfly laser packages.

Laser Driver connects directly to butterfly laser packages.

Highland Technology    San Francisco, CA 94103
Feb 01, 2013 Suited for OEM use in laser systems, T165 Laser Pulser incorporates edge triggered pulse generator with 150 psec nominal rise and fall times intobutterfly or TO-packaged laser.Laser current, bias, and pulse widthscan besetvia onboard trimpots or external analog inputs. Edge-triggered pulse generator is adjustable from 200 psec to 2 nsec, and pulsed laser current is adjustable up to 750 mA. Power is supplied via 5 V micro-USB power supply or ribbon cable interface connector.

Displacement Laser Sensor Control works with Mitubishi Q PLC.

Optex FA - US Sales Div. of Ramco Innovations    West Des Moines, IA 50265
Mar 22, 2012 Displacement laser sensor control unit, UQ1 Series, provides direct connection between Optex measurement lasers and Mitubishi Q series PLC. Built-in processor automatically communicates with PLC, eliminating need to program complicated communication setup into ladder program. Processor also provides measurement calculations as fast as 100 msec and includes thickness, leveling of part, step height, and inclination - all without putting any load on CPU.

High-Speed Laser CNCs enhance processing capabilities.

High-Speed Laser CNCs enhance processing capabilities.

FANUC America Corporation    Rochester Hills, MI 48309 3253
Mar 14, 2011 Series 30i/31i-L MODEL B CNCs deliver seamless choreography between axes motion and power modulation, even during high-speed processing of thin gauge materials. Along with internal laser power stabilization, USB-enabled controls offer 125 sec update rates, up to 8 MB non-volatile internal memory, and support for external ATA or Compact Flash memory card connections. Data server can also be installed in CNC, providing up to 4 GB flash memory and 100 GBit Ethernet connection.

Pockels Cell Driver suits continuous pulsed applications.

Pockels Cell Driver suits continuous pulsed applications.

Analog Modules, Inc.    Longwood, FL 32750
Jan 31, 2011 Model 823B Pockels Cell/Shutter Driver utilizes solid-state MOSFET technology to provide trigger noise immunity and smooth output waveform. Amplitude is continuously variable up to 3.2 kV by adjusting internal high voltage power supply with risetime of 30 nsec typical at full output. Output is push-pull, which effectively cancels EMI of output pulse. Applications of Model 823B include driving E-O switches for Q-switching solid-state lasers, high voltage pulser, and E-O Shutter.

SFP+ Optical Module Controller has digital laser diode driver interface.

Maxim Integrated Products    Sunnyvale, CA 94086
Jan 25, 2011 Model DS1878 SFP+ controller features digital laser diode driver interface, for communication with laser driver/limiting amplifier. Laser modulation is controlled with temperature-driven lookup table, and 2 additional 9-bit delta-sigma DAC outputs with 36-entry LUTs are provided. Operating in temperatures from -40 to +95C, pluggable I2C controller monitors 6 analog channels: temperature, Vcc, and MON1 to MON4. Product is contained in 5 x 5 mm, 28-pin TQFN package.

Laser Drivers optimize chemical sensor performance.

Laser Drivers optimize chemical sensor performance.

Wavelength Electronics, Inc.    Bozeman, MT 59715
Dec 28, 2010 Offering sub-A RMS noise, QCL Series minimizes linewidth, spectral drift, and center wavelength jitter. Quantum Cascade Laser Drivers feature 2-3 MHz bandwidth and rise/fall times of 250/200 nsec. Units drive up to 2 A of low noise current with current limit, slow start, brownout/reverse voltage/overvoltage protection, and remote or local current enable. Designed as OEM controllers, drivers can be used in field-deployed systems or on benchtop.

Laser Cutting Systems enable responsive, flexible operation.

FANUC America Corporation    Rochester Hills, MI 48309 3253
Oct 07, 2010 Pairing full FANUC laser source, FANUC L series laser CNC control system, amplifiers, and servo motors, Laser C series bundles offer energy conservation features as well as intelligent, responsive, and flexible laser cutting. All necessary laser control and diagnostics are integrated into CNC, and historical data is logged and can be accessed via CNC screen. Along with 2 power saving states, there are 5 available laser sources rated to 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6 kW.

Laser Diode Driver operates on +5 V power.

Laser Diode Driver operates on +5 V power.

Analog Modules, Inc.    Longwood, FL 32750
Sep 14, 2010 Model 762 OEM laser diode driver provides up to 2.5 A of drive current with compliance voltages up to 2.5 V, while pulse widths down to 20 nsec or less are possible with optical pulse rise times of 10 nsec. System board, which includes FPGA and bidirectional PID thermoelectric cooler controller, provides sensing for back facet monitor and outputs digital laser fire indicator pulse and scaled analog output. Product is suited for driving 14-pin butterfly packaged laser diode modules.

Bi-Directional CDR, EML Laser Driver features limiting amplifier.

Gennum    Burlington, ON L7L5M4
Aug 11, 2010 Model GN2010E for XFP and SFP+ SONET, 10GBase-ER/ZR Ethernet, and 8.5 Gbps Fibre Channel applications integrates ADC, which through serial interface, provides digital diagnostic information on supply voltage, die temperature, and transmit optical power. Configurable for multi-rate operation, 5 x 5 mm unit also includes laser safety features and offers digital control through I2C or SPI interface. Unit has -40 to +95C case operation and laser bias current up to 120 mA.

SFP+ Video Controller has dual digital LDD interface.

SFP+ Video Controller has dual digital LDD interface.

Maxim Integrated Products    Sunnyvale, CA 94086
Jun 25, 2010 Model DS1876, with dual laser diode driver (LDD) interface, controls and monitors all transmitter functions for SFP+ optical modules and supports SFF-8472 specification. Automatic power control and laser modulation is controlled through 4 temperature-driven look-up tables with 10-bit DAC outputs. For each driver, unit monitors temperature, VCC, and transmit power and bias current, and also provides IC-compliant interface to host system. It is specified over -40 to +95C temperature range.

Laser Diode Controller meets laboratory requirements.

Laser Diode Controller meets laboratory requirements.

Newport Corp.    Irvine, CA 92606
Mar 18, 2010 Offering stability for use with TO-can laser diodes and butterfly packages, Model 6100 provides precision current and temperature control for laser diode applications. Its 500/1,500 mA current supply range, along with 32 W temperature controller, suits demanding laboratory tasks. Bench top instrument incorporates DSP-based PID control and ultra-stable current control to achieve less than 0.001C temperature stability and 1.3 A (rms) ripple, respectively.

Laser Diode Driver is low noise and reflow compatible.

Laser Diode Driver is low noise and reflow compatible.

Wavelength Electronics, Inc.    Bozeman, MT 59715
Mar 02, 2009 Designed for integration with high temperature RoHS-compliant manufacturing processes, FL500 Laser Diode Driver is compatible with reflow processing less than 250C. It can be configured either as two independent 250 mA drivers or single 500 mA driver, and can run on +3 V Lithium-ion battery or up to +12 V power supply. Compact surface mount chip is suited for handheld precision laser instrumentation.

Beam Controller enables precise laser alignment.

Bookham, Inc.    San Jose, CA 95134
Feb 03, 2009 Suited for critical applications, Focus(TM) 8780 GuideStar(TM) 4-Axis beam stabilization controller with integrated driver and MPU corrects laser beam misalignments arising from various factors. Focus USB-compatible position-sensing detectors and set-and-forget Picomotor(TM) actuated motorized mirror mounts provide complete beam control solution. Along with auto-configuration utility, controller offers USB, Ethernet, and RS232 connections for sending commands and reading data.

Laser Cutting Control relies on smart sensing mechanisms.

Laser Cutting Control relies on smart sensing mechanisms.

Spartanics    Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
Oct 29, 2007 With Laser-Smart(TM) Control System, single operator can manage all laser cutting related operations simultaneously. It provides smart sensing and continuous monitoring of machine and material status, including preset operator alarms. Software constantly monitors registration, web control, laser power, laminating, and slitting. In addition to run length, operator can program system to automatically shut off at completion of run.

Laser High Speed Control provides CNC/oscillator interface.

GE Intelligent Platforms    Charlottesville, VA 22911
Jul 30, 2007 Available on C4000i-B 4,000 W, CO2 laser oscillator, Laser High-Speed Control provides servo-to-beam integration and data transfer speeds of 125 m. It features interface that transmits laser power command data at control cycle of 125 s by connecting CNC and laser oscillator with fiber optic FANUC Servo Serial Bus I/O. Synchronization between servos and beam allows for reduced position gap between cutting head position and beam on/off command.

Laser Diode Driver supports HD-DVD/Blu-ray, DVD, and CD formats.

Atmel Corp.    San Jose, CA 95131
Jul 18, 2007 Housed in 4 x 4 mm, 24-pin QFN24 package, ATR0881 IC is designed for use in combined HD-DVD/Blu-ray, DVD, and CD drives. It has blue, red, and infrared outputs for connecting 3 laser diodes. Gain of each of device's 5 channels can be individually programmed using serial interface, which can also be used to set all parameters of integrated oscillator. Integrated frequency counter enables frequency deviation of less than 5%.

Laser suits general construction aligning and leveling tasks.

Laser suits general construction aligning and leveling tasks.

Leica Geosystems Inc.    Norcross, GA 30092
Jan 26, 2007 Rugby 55 features easy-to-use keypad, watertight seal, variable head speeds, selectable scanning modes, bright red beam, and alkaline or rechargeable NiMH battery pack. Scan-90 feature moves scanning or stationary beam in 90 intervals through each of 4 axes, while beam down mode positions beam below laser when doing layout work. Sleep Mode helps conserve battery life. Mounted on tripod or batter board clamp, Rugby 55 allows user to set out corners and align forms and foundations.




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