Jenoptik introduces JenLas fiber cw 1000 laser source product line at Photonics West
Jenoptik's Lasers and Material Processing Division, Jena, Germany, will introduce its new high beam quality JenLas fiber cw 1000 laser source at the Photonics West trade fair, booth 1214, in the South Hall of the Moscone Center, San Francisco, from January 24 to 26, 2012.
Jenoptik's Lasers and Material Processing Division, Jena, Germany, will introduce its new high beam quality JenLas fiber cw 1000 laser source within the kilowatt power range at the Photonics West trade fair, booth 1214, in the south hall of the Moscone Center, San Francisco, from January 24 to 26, 2012.
To extend its product range in the field of macro material processing, Jenoptik has developed the first product within the range of kilowatt fiber lasers – the laser source JenLas® fiber cw 1000 with output power of 1000 W. This highly brilliant single-mode high-power fiber laser system features high power stability and a long service life of the beam source. In this way, constantly high productivity is achieved in the respective applications at a high process velocity. Compared to other beam sources such as the CO2 lasers, fiber lasers are more energy-efficient and thus, more cost-effective.
The device has been optimized for use in the laser processing systems of the customers. The OEM laser source is offered in a compact 19 inch housing, including the corresponding operating software. Operational safety is ensured by a safety lock made of certified components. The laser comes with several user interfaces such as RS232, EtherCAT and USB port. In addition, a parallel customer-specific interface can be used.
The pump diodes needed for the production of the JenLasfiber cw 1000 fiber laser system are procured internally from the manufacturing plant in Berlin, followed by further processing in Jena. In order to satisfy the increased demand of our customers and to respond to the developments of the market, the plant in Berlin will be enlarged in the near future.
Some of the possible applications are industrial applications such as metal cutting and metal welding.
More information is available on: www.jenoptik.com/photonics-west.