Laserline to display fiber-coupled, high-power diode lasers at LME 2016

April 8, 2016
The sixth-generation LDF fiber-coupled, high-power diode lasers have uses in industrial applications in the multi-kilowatt range.

The sixth-generation LDF fiber-coupled, high-power diode lasers have uses in industrial applications in the multi-kilowatt range. New features include modularity to meet different needs, a mobile- and hot-plug-capable operating panel with touchscreen, accessibility to all connection areas and interfaces through a slidable dust-proof cover, and a central system control that provides real-time monitoring via an Industrial Ethernet network. All information is accessible at any time over the operating panel directly on the laser, or through a network link in a control center or via a VPN-protected remote maintenance access.

LME booth number: 208

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Headquarters: Santa Clara, CA
Product: Sixth-generation LDF fiber-coupled, high-power diode lasers
Key Feature: Modularity to meet different needs

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We edited the content of this article, which was contributed by outside sources, to fit our style and substance requirements. (Editors Note: Industrial Laser Solutions has folded as a brand and is now part of Laser Focus World, effective in 2022.)

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