Diode laser system for illumination or research and development introduced by DILAS

MAINZ, Germany, 11 Feb. 2011. DILAS Industrial Laser Systems in Mainz, Germany, is introducing an integrated diode laser system based on fiber-coupled modules for applications in research and development, illumination, analysis, or selective soldering and welding of plastics.

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MAINZ, Germany, 11 Feb. 2011. DILAS Industrial Laser Systems in Mainz, Germany, is introducing an integrated diode laser system based on fiber-coupled modules for applications in research and development, illumination, analysis, or selective soldering and welding of plastics.The 336-by-144-millimeter high-power diode laser system delivers optical output power as strong as 50 Watts continuous wave at 980 nanometers out of a 400-micron fiber, and as strong as 35 Watts of continuous wave power from a 200-micron fiber. Peltier elements provide cooling and air flow.The system can either be controlled via an USB port using the supplied software or by conventional analog and 24-volt signals. The MINI is available as an OEM version (without housing) or as a housed desktop version. A 5-meter fiber optic cable with SMA connector helps guide the beam to the working area.

Available accessories like processing heads of different focal spot sizes and working distances can be used with the MINI system. A red pilot beam helps adjust the laser to the work piece. Wavelengths of 630 to 2,000 nanometers are available on request. For more information contact DILAS online at www.dilas-ils.com.

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