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LS 412: Compact laser processing system in 19" housing


The LS 412 is a compact unit combining a laser-diode controller and processing laser which supplies laser powers of up to 700 W at a wavelength of 808, 940 or 980 nm. The LS 412 simply plugs in to the electricity supply, and a suitable (optical) fiber forms the connection to the laser head [more].

The paper-back format that packs 5 kW: Laser-diode controller CM100


Amtron GmbH introduces a new generation of laser-diode controllers at the Laser World of Photonics 2009 in Munich. The housing of these ultra-compact devices is the size of a paper-back book and they produce power ranging up to 5 kW. The corresponding larger versions achieve peak powers of up to 10 kW with 240 A in CW mode or 800 A in pulse mode. Models of the new CM100 series controls laser bars and single-emitter diodes, and offer the alternatives of air or water cooling [more].

Compact laser system LS 453


The LS 453 is a device of the LS 400 serie from AMTRON, which build on the successes of the renowned diode controllers and now also integrate the laser diodes of well-known manufacturers in user-friendly systems for the direct machining of materials or as intelligent pumps for YAG lasers [more].

High-current pulser CS 400 with 30kW pulse power


The new CS-400 series of high-current pulsers from Amtron GmbH opens the way to new applications that require very high laser power in extremely sharply-defined time windows. New developments in laser-diode drivers provide pulsed power of 30kW with an operating voltage of 100 V and peak current of 300 A. The rising and falling edges of the current profile are shorter than 1 s, enabling the devices to bundle a maximum of energy with extreme precision [more].

Compact power meter system PC 200


At the Laser World of Photonics China 2008 in Shanghai on March 18 20, 2008 Amtron presents the PC 200 series, a new power meter system for simple and continuous monitoring of laser power directly at the point of processing [more].