Keywords: CO2 laser, RF, rf-excited, gas laser, Synrad, ULS, Universal,
These RF-excited CO2 lasers are professionally made and are widely used in the processing of non-metals such as plastic organic materials BBS etc. CO2 laser tube is based on our proven ceramic core technology.
We are a reliable company for expert advice and good service in the field of CO2 laser beam source. Superior beam quality, favourable price, long product lifetime, efficient technical support are the main strengths of our products and service.
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High and stable power
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|Wavelength||9.3 / 10.2 / 10.6μm||9.3 / 10.6μm|
|CW Output Power||≥30W||≥55W|
|Beam Divergence||7.5±0.5 mrad||7.5±0.5 mrad|
|Polarization||>100:1 linear||>100:1 linear|
|Weight of Laser System||5.2kg||10kg|
|Input voltage||48 VDC <±2%||48 VDC <±2%|
|Input DC current||≤12A||≤20A|
|Ambient Air Temperature||5℃ to 40℃||5℃ to 40℃|
|Cooling||Air or water||Air or water|
Laser power is tested at the room temperature 25degree. When the temperature rises 1℃, the output power will reduce 1%.
Definition of stabilization: ±(Pmax－Pmin)/(2Pmax)
Testing condition of stabilization: warming up about 10mins, controlling duty cycle constantly, under the normal operating environment.
STD-xxx-yyz, where xxx means laser wavelength in um (9.3 or 10.6), yy means laser power in watt, and z means cooling in A for air cooling or W for water cooling.
|PIN NO||SIGNAL DESCRIPTION|
|1 (PWM Orange and white)||RF Enable|
TTL logic input
1=RF ON,0=RF OFF；1KΩ impedance.
This input turns on the laser. (See also Pin 7, Control Enable, below)
|2 (+15V Orange)||+15 VDC±0.5VDC,0.25 A Max output for customer use|
|3 (Laser Green and white)||Laser ok|
TTL logic output,1=LASER OK,0=LASER Fault;
Output is asserted when no faults (SWR, Temp or Volt.)are detected
|4 (Temp Blue)||Temperature OK|
TTL logical output,1=Temp ok,0=Temp fault;
Output is asserted when temperature is below 60℃
|5 (Volt Blue and white)||Power and voltage OK|
TTL logical output;1= voltage ok,0=voltage fault;
Output is asserted when DC supply voltage is below max. value
|6 (GND Green)||For internal use. must be grounded|
|7 (Enable Brown and white)||Control enables|
TTL Logical input；1= Laser control enable，0= Laser controlled disabled
This input must be asserted before RF enable can be used to turn on the laser.
|8 (GND Brown)||GND|
|Polorization||50:1, vertical||50:1, vertical||50:1, vertical||50:1, vertical|
|Modulation frequency||0-20 kHz||0-20 kHz||0-20 kHz||0-20 kHz|
|DC power input||48VDC/12.5A/600W||48VDC/12.5A/600W||48VDC/12.5A/600W||48VDC/31A/1500W|
Most CO2 lasers offered today are based on the original R&D approach developed at several different aerospace companies in the 1970s. This traditional approach involves extruding or machining aluminum bodies to contain the optical and electrical components inside the laser gas envelope - the laser tube. These designs are convenient for R&D work, but not ideal for building lasers that are reliable, and have long lifetimes. The ceramic CO2 laser tube has a significant advantage.
The leading reliability issue with metal-tube lasers is that the metal is highly reactive with the gas mixture. Over time, as internal components wear, "scrub" each other's surfaces, fresh aluminum is exposed. Free oxygen in the laser's gas reacts with this raw metal (oxidation) changing the composition of the original gas mixture. In addition, many of these designs use O-ring seals that can allow air and moisture to enter the laser tube and further compromise the all-important gas mixture. These issues are eliminated with Ceramic CO2 laser tubes.
Ceramic CO2 laser tube technology solves these problems by moving all the reactive components to the outside of the laser tube leaving only pure clean Alumina (Al2O3) ceramic in contact with reactive gasses. Due to its chemical makeup, Alumina does not react with the gas. Alumina can also be fired at very high temperatures as part of the cleaning process. This further assures there are no organic contaminants from laser tube manufacturing, that remains inside the laser tube to react with the gas.
The ceramic CO2 laser tube is also the optical backbone that holds the resonator optics. The CTE (coefficient of thermal expansion) of alumina is 1/3 the CTE of aluminum. Since laser tube thermal variations have a direct impact on laser stability, Our Ceramic CO2 laser tube has significantly better stability performance when compared with metal-based CO2 lasers. Ceramic CO2 laser tubes also enables gas mixtures of comparatively high pressure to be used. Ceramic CO2 laser tubes allow for high pressure gas mixes and provide for faster rise and fall speed as well as much better power stability.
RF excited 50 – 120 Watt Ceramic Core CO2 lasers
The new Infinity CO2 laser series combines the exceptional performance of a monolithic ceramic resonator with the latest RF design into a single integrated package. The result is a compact, efficient, and powerful laser with fast rise and fall time and great optical characteristics.
Low thermal expansion
Fast driver electronics
30% fewer parts
Adjustable power <1 W to MAX
OEM configurations available
No contamination, no leaks
Enhanced laser stability
Quick rise and fall time
Air cooled up to 120 Watts
No need to ever refill tube
Optimized for your application
|Rated Optical Power (Watts)||50||60||80||100||120|
|Mode Quality (M2)||≤ 1.2||≤ 1.2||≤ 1.2||≤ 1.2||≤ 1.2|
|Beam Ellipticity||< 1.2:1||< 1.2:1||< 1.2:1||< 1.2:1||< 1.2:1|
|Beam Diameter (mm) 1/e2||2.5||2.5||2.5||2.5||2.5|
|Beam Divergence (mrad, full angle)||<7||<7||<7||<7||<7|
|Wavelength (μm)||10.2, 10.6||10.2, 10.6||10.2, 10.6||10.2, 10.6||10.2, 10.6|
|Rise Time (μs)||<75||<75||<75||<75||<75|
|Power Stability, Fan Cooled (% from Cold)||<± 5 %||<± 5 %||<± 5 %||<± 5 %||<± 5 %|
|Power Stability, Water Cooled (% from Cold)||<± 3 %||<± 3 %||<± 3 %||<± 3 %||<± 3 %|
|Cooling||Air, fan, water||Air, fan, water||Air, fan, water||Air, fan, water||Air, fan, water|
|Input Power (Watts)||720||1000||1125||1350||1500|
|Input Voltage / Current||36V / 20A||40V / 25A||45V / 25A||48V / 28A||50V / 30A|
When placing the order, please indicate the cooling way such as F = for fan cooled, W = for water cooled or A = for air cooled (no fans). Matched beam expanders are available.
Our model 1625 is a 250 Watt CO2 laser tube and is based on our proven Ceramic Core Technology. Model 1625 is the smallest RF-driven, sealed CO2 laser in the world.
RF Driven CO2 lasers are typically designed to operate in a pulsed mode, at a specified Peak-Power. The pulses can vary in duration from near zero to continuous-wave (CW) - the laser is on continuously. Further, at the time of shipping, a laser could produce a significantly more peak-power than specified.
This additional, or reserve power is common in CO2 lasers, and is intended to further the specified lifetime of a laser that is known to have power degradation over time; the laser will stay within specification longer.
|Rated Optical Power||250|
|Mode Quality (M2)||1.2|
|Beam Ellipticity||< 1.2:1|
|Beam Diameter (mm) 1/e2||2.5|
|Beam Divergence (mR, full angle)||5|
|Rise Time (μS)||< 75|
|Power Stability from cold (%)||±4%|
|Polarization||Vertical to mounting plane|
|Flow Rate (l/m, g/m)||>9.8, 2.6|
|Input power (Watts)||2800|
|Input Voltage / Current||50V / 56A|
|Weight (Kg / Lbs.)||23 / 50|
Our model Z30/Z40 is a 30/40 Watt CO2 laser tube and is based on Our proven Ceramic Core Technology. One of the primary differences and technological advancements that is incorporated in this design is the resonator. The Z30’s/Z40’s resonator is a Z-folded (2-fold) unstable resonator. This allows for a smaller package design when compared with other 30/40 Watt laser tubes and is the shortest (folded) resonator in the 30 – 50 watt CO2 laser class, but has a remarkably long (unfolded) resonator length. This provides superior power and beam diameter stability. Early test have shown the from-cold power stability in the ±2% range.
|Model||Model 163||Model 164|
|Rated Optical Power||<=30||40|
|Mode Quality (M2)||1.2||<=1.2|
|Beam Ellipticity||< 1.2:1||< 1.2:1|
|Beam Diameter (mm) 1/e2||2.3||2.3|
|Beam Divergence (mR, full angle)||7||7|
|Rise Time (μS)||< 75||< 75|
|Power Stability from cold (%)||±5% from cold, guaranteed ±3% after 2 mins typical||±5% from cold, guaranteed ±3% after 2 mins typical|
|Flow Rate (air)||140CFM x 2||140CFM x 2|
|Input power (Watts)||480||600|
|Input Voltage / Current||48V / 10A||40V / 15A|
|Weight (Kg / Lbs.)||9.5 / 21||9.5 / 21|
The ULR series of CO2 lasers for OEM use are based on a sealed, RF pumped, slab design that produces a high-quality beam. These lasers can be operated in CW mode or modulated to control average power. Modulation is accomplished by varying the pulse width of the input signal.
In the 10 W to 500 W lasers, RF electrodes are spaced apart to allow the laser beam to form without influence of the electrodes, delivery excellent near- and far-field quality with minimal wave-guide effects. The folded resonator design allows generation of power in a compact package. Our lasers require no consumables and deliver a very long lifetime.
When you purchase an OEM laser you are not only buying a laser source, but a partnership. That partnership means you receive direct access to world-wide technical support and the shortest service turnaround times, access to the most advanced Applications Laboratory and the most robust and reliable lasers on the market for as long as you own and use the product.
Space Saving and Easily Integrated: The patented multi-pass, slab resonator design is the foundation of our robust and highly reliable laser sources. Our integrated air-cooled and internally RF-stimulated lasers eliminate the need for additional space and cost for chillers, and external power sources. Integrating the aser sources into your production or research process is as easy plugging it in.
Broad Product Line of Air-cooled Options: We manufacture single resonator air-cooled lasers in power ranging from 10-75 and 250 watts and dual resonator lasers at the 100, 120, 150, and 500 watt range.
Unbeatable New Order Delivery Lead Time: 10 Business days for a new OEM single resonator ULR 10W to 75 W lasers.13 Business days for a new OEM ULR dual resonator, and laser sources over 100 W.
Reliability: Average field life between reconditioning in excess of 6.5 years.
Shortest Service Turn Around Time on the Market: As the laser manufacturer, we deliver the shortest service time on the market. We recondition and return your laser in 16 Business days.
State-of-the-Art Materials Application Laboratory: Our material scientists and applications engineers work with our customers to understand their unique materials processing requirements. Years of industry experience is put to work in developing a customized laser processing solution. Processed materials samples and a report describing laser configuration and processing recommendations are provided.
90-Day Risk Free Laser Evaluation Program: To assure your complete satisfaction, we offer a risk free laser evaluation program. Examine our innovative, space-saving, air-cooled CO2 Lasers in your application with no risk for 90-days.
Two cooling options are available:
Integrated Air: ULR lasers configured for integrated air cooling contain fans and heat sinks designed to allow the laser to operate efficiently with no external cooling.
Basic Air: ULR lasers configured for basic air cooling do not include fans. The integrator is responsible for ensuring adequate cooling, per ULS specifications.
10.6µ and 9.3µ configurations available
TTL-compatible Over-temperature warning and laser status features
Thermal cutoff protection
Low-profile mounting plate
48V DC Input Voltage
|Laser power||Basic air||Integrated air||9.3um|
|Rated power**||10W||25W or 30W||40W||50W or 60W||75W|
|Beam size(near field)||4±1mm||4±1mm||4±1mm||4±1mm||4±1mm|
|Beam pergence(full angle)||5±1mrad||5±1mrad||5±1mrad||5±1mrad||5±1mrad|
|Modulation signal type||TT||TTL||TTL||TTL||TTL|
|Weight (Basic AC)||3.3kg||8.1kg||9.5kg||10.9kg|
|Weight (Basic WC)||3.3kg||9.0kg||10.4kg||11.8kg|
|Weight (Integrated AC)||3.9kg||9.0kg||10.4kg||11.8kg||14kg|
|Weight (integrated WC)||3.9kg||9.0kg||10.4kg||11.8kg||14kg|
|DC input voltage||48VDC||48VDC||48VDC||48VDC||48VDC|
|RMS current (CW)||4A||10A||14A||18A||20A|
|Beam size(near field)||8±1mm||4±1mm||4±1mm||8±1mm||8±1mm|
|Beam pergence(full angle)||5±1mrad||5±1mrad||5±1mrad||4±1mrad||4±1mrad|
|Polarization||Cross polarized||Cross polarized||Cross polarized||Linear||Cross polarized|
|Modulation signal type||TTL||TTL||TTL||5V logic||5V logic|
|Weight (Integrated AC)||36.7kg||36.7kg||43.0kg||45kg||90.7kg|
|Weight (integrated WC)||36.7kg||36.7kg||43.0kg|
|DC input voltage||48VDC||48VDC||48VDC||48VDC||48VDC|
|RMS current (CW)||36A||36A||40A||80A||160A|
The bottom and connector are swallow-tailed and 12PIN respectively but the bottom and connector are flat and 15PIN respectively. There is no difference on performance.
For used Universal lasers, we provide fully-refurbishing services at very low prices. The refurbishing includes replacing optics, RF power supply and refilling gas. All the jobs will be finished within 7 days.
ULR series high power CO2 laser is the OEM solution to industrial applications. The laser construction employs a folded, slab resonator design making it compact and adaptable to a multitude of applications with excellent beam quality and power stability.
Long operating life
Stable and reliable under the most demanding conditions
Excellent beam quality in both neat and far fields
Easy integration into all types of OEM system configurations
Single slab resonator design for 250W, and dual resonator for 500W
Advanced Technology – RF-excited laser with an internal tickle, and RS-485 communications to query laser status during operation. Laser also can be pulse-width modulated up to CW
Safety – TTL temperature warning output guards against overheating; fault indicator LED and built in interlock circuit
Simplified integration – Low profile mounting plate with quick release electrical connectors can be mounted in any orientation
Options – A variety of options available, including visible red dot pointer coaxial with the main beam, reinforced front mounting plate and water cooling.
Customer Service – The most responsive, customer-oriented technical support in industry.
Superior Construction – Metal construction, precision machining, and the highest quality components is fundamental to the design of the laser.
|Power stability||±5% after 15min of CW operation||±5% after 15min of CW operation|
|Beam size (Near filed)||8±1mm||8±1mm|
|Beam pergence (Full angle)||3±1mrad||3±1mrad|
|Modulation signal type||TTL compatible|
|Cooling||Integrated air||Integrated Air|
|Weight||98lbs (44.5kg)||200lbs (90.7kg)|
|Ambient temperature||50-95°F (10-35°C)||50-95°F (10-35°C)|
|Relative humidity||<90% (non-condensing)||<90% (non-condensing)|
|DC input voltage||48VDC||48VDC|
|RMS current (CW, including fan)||70A max||140A max|
With the 90 degree output the beam goes through the base plate. We cut a hole in the bottom and mount it to the face of the laser, turn it 90 degree down through the hole. We can not offer it in any other direction but through the bottom of the base plate. To offer this option on OEM lasers the beam output number is (#3) for 90 degree without pointer, (#4) for the 90 degree with pointer. This option is not offered on 10W Integrated air cooled due to the small base plate and no room to mount the out put.