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…the read operations before the next Arm is issued will not be processed). At rep rates above 200 Hz, timing variations between the asynchronous JD501s allow a few percent possibility of acquiring different pulses. Aprogramming example of using the Arm command to take two-channel pulse readings…

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…button until the LaserGage turns on, and then press to arm the unit. The LED will SLOWLY BLINK GREEN and the display will read ARMED. The LaserGage device is now ready to take a measurement. The absorber temperature is displayed below ARMED in the format, % MAX TEMP. 100% MAX TEMP is reached when…

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…is in place, hold down the button until the LaserGage turns on, and then press to arm the unit. The LED will SLOWLY BLINK GREEN and the display will read ARMED. Note: The absorber temperature is displayed below ARMED in the format, % MAX TEMP. 100% MAX TEMP is reached when the absorber reaches 150°…

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…button until the LaserGage turns on, and then press to arm the unit. The LED will SLOWLY BLINK GREEN and the display will read ARMED. The LaserGage device is now ready to take a measurement. The absorber temperature is displayed below ARMED in the format, % MAX TEMP. 100% MAX TEMP is reached when…

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…is in place, hold down the button until the LaserGage turns on, and then press to arm the unit. The LED will SLOWLY BLINK GREEN and the display will read ARMED. Note: The absorber temperature is displayed below ARMED in the format, % MAX TEMP. 100% MAX TEMP is reached when the absorber reaches 150°…

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…button until the LaserGage turns on, and then press to arm the unit. The LED will SLOWLY BLINK GREEN and the display will read ARMED. The LaserGage device is now ready to take a measurement. The absorber temperature is displayed below ARMED in the format, % MAX TEMP. 100% MAX TEMP is reached when…

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…is in place, hold down the button until the LaserGage turns on, and then press to arm the unit. The LED will SLOWLY BLINK GREEN and the display will read ARMED. Note: The absorber temperature is displayed below ARMED in the format, % MAX TEMP. 100% MAX TEMP is reached when the absorber reaches 150°…

LaserGage.p65

LaserGage.p65

…power; press once to arm. View/Save Button Press and hold to save current reading; press to scroll through stored readings. Cal Button Press and hold to change laser type; press once to view laser type. Operation Indicators Function LCD Display Visual (LED) Audio Arm ARMED slow blink (green) 1 beep…

LaserGage.p65

LaserGage.p65

…power; press once to arm. View/Save Button Press and hold to save current reading; press to scroll through stored readings. Cal Button Press and hold to change laser type; press once to view laser type. Operation Indicators Function LCD Display Visual (LED) Audio Arm ARMED slow blink (green) 1 beep…

00 HighLight 4000 Pre.book

00 HighLight 4000 Pre.book

…electronics, optics to generate a variable line or rectangular beam shape, and heat transfer components. The laser head is normally mounted to a robot arm or other multi-axis motion control system by way of a supplied mounting bracket. The laser head connections are shown in Figure 5 and described…

00 HighLight 4000 Pre.book

00 HighLight 4000 Pre.book

…electronics, optics to generate a variable line or rectangular beam shape, and heat transfer components. The laser head is normally mounted to a robot arm or other multi-axis motion control system by way of a supplied mounting bracket. The laser head connections are shown in Figure 5 and described…

70410-167.indd

70410-167.indd

…delivery arm, similar to that found in many surgical laser systems. Specifically, the arm consists of several movable, motorized segments, each terminated with a gimbaled mirror. This configuration serves to keep the laser beam at a fixed position within the delivery arm no matter how the arm is…

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