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LDP-100TQG-DP

LDP-100TQG-DP

…Consumption 2 kW, maximum with water / water cooler Cooling - Water City water, 16 1/m @ 15 C max. temp. Optional city-water cooled refrigerated chiller requires city water, 8 1/m @ 25 C max. temp Temperature Operating 18 – 30 C Humidity 10 - 90%, non-condensing
* Actual dimensions and water service…

SUPER RAPID-HE

SUPER RAPID-HE

…M² >100:1 Electric Supply 100 to 230V, 50/60 Hz, 2 kW Control Unit (W x D x H; weight) 555 x 600 x 685 mm³; 108 kg Warm-Up Time (minutes) <40 from chiller start Industrial, High Repetition Rate Picosecond Laser - The SUPER RAPID series of picosecond lasers is designed for industrial microprocessing.…

RAPID

RAPID

…(μm) ~1000 750 to 1200 (Laser Head Output) 1500 to 2000 (Module Output) Bore-Sight Accuracy ± 0.5 mm and <5 mrad Warm-Up Time (minutes) <40 from chiller start High-Power Industrial Picosecond Laser - The RAPID series of picosecond lasers are designed for industrial microprocessing. They offer a new…

RAPID FX

RAPID FX

…Voltage [100 - 265] VAC Power Consumption <1500W Temperature (non-condensing) - Laser Head +15 to 30°C (59 to 86°F) Temperature (non-condensing) - Chiller +15 to 30°C (59 to 86°F) Vibration <0.15 g Temperature -10 to +50°C (-14 to 122°F) Temperature Gradient 15°C (59°F) per hour Relative Humidity 5%…

laser cutting and machining tool

laser cutting and machining tool

…module (oscillating table configuration only)
* Digital readout, motorized or programmable upgrade of Z-Axis
* Refrigerated recirculating water chiller for all LME-RM versions (laser dependent)
* Automated Pick ‘N Place parts handling
* Custom Motion Control ability
* Fume extractor, available for…

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

…from the chiller. Figure 3-16 shows the connections on the back of the laser head and chiller. Activate the chiller query with the service command "CH=1" (see Table 6-3 on page 6-5) Active Chiller Control The Paladin chiller is preset for "active chiller". "Active chiller" enables the chiller to get…

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

…from the chiller. Figure 3-16 shows the connections on the back of the laser head and chiller. Activate the chiller query with the service command "CH=1" (see Table 6-3 on page 6-5) Active Chiller Control The Paladin chiller is preset for "active chiller". "Active chiller" enables the chiller to get…

Preinstallation Manual Paladin Advanced Mode Locked UV Laser System

Preinstallation Manual Paladin Advanced Mode Locked UV Laser System

Description and Specifications 2 - 13 Figure 2-4. Termotek Chiller P307-16273 (for 16W-35W Systems) (Continued) 440

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

Description and Specifications 2 - 11 Figure 2-3. Termotek Chiller 302-17227 177 446 439,5 5039342 172

Preinstallation Manual Paladin Advanced Mode Locked UV Laser System

Preinstallation Manual Paladin Advanced Mode Locked UV Laser System

Installation 3 - 7 DANGER! Keep power cord to the chiller disconnected when you fill the chiller to prevent electrical shock. Termotek Model Figure 3-5. Chiller Voltage Selection Terminal with Voltage Selection Plugs Opening in Chiller - Voltage Selection Terminal Voltage Selection Plugs (2) -…

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

Description and Specifications 2 - 11 Figure 2-3. Termotek Chiller 302-17227 177 446 439,5 5039342 172

Preinstallation Manual Paladin Advanced Mode Locked UV Laser System

Preinstallation Manual Paladin Advanced Mode Locked UV Laser System

Installation 3 - 7 DANGER! Keep power cord to the chiller disconnected when you fill the chiller to prevent electrical shock. Termotek Model Figure 3-5. Chiller Voltage Selection Terminal with Voltage Selection Plugs Opening in Chiller - Voltage Selection Terminal Voltage Selection Plugs (2) -…

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