Z-LASER launches the 3rd generation of ZM18 machine vision lasers

Freiburg, (PresseBox) - After having established the innovative lightning ZM18 machine vision lasers five years ago, Z-LASER now provides even more powerful versions of ZM18 - the ZM18S3, ZM18H3 and ZM18DM53. The new driver electronics will offer significantly improved power stability over the whole temperature range. The future ZM18H3 series provides a new standard: blue and green emitting laser diodes come now with an Automatic Power Control (APC). A temperature-related performance increase or decrease, as well as degradation over the lifetime can reliably be excluded.

In addition, the well spread ZM18S series, in future called ZM18S3, comes with a higher modulation frequency up to 500kHz (previously 1kHz) and offers a much higher resolution for the intensity adjustment.

In the course of this new revision, even higher optical output power is available. For example, the blue spectrum offers output up to 160mW (405nm) and near-infrared goes up to 200mW (830nm).

Novelties of ZM18:

- ZM18S3: Increase of modulation frequency (TTL) from 1kHz to 500kHz
- ZM18H3: Power stabilized laser with green or blue wavelength
- Increase of maximum optical output up to 200mW

Consult the ZM18x3 series chart to see the complete new features list.

The updated ZM18 generation lasers will be available at the VISION fair in Stuttgart in November. Visit us in Hall 1, Stand G52.

Website Promotion

Z-LASER Optoelektronik GmbH

Founded in 1985, Z-LASER is well-known as a manufacturer of industrial laser systems for manufacturing, machine vision, measurement and medical applications as well as applications in analysis and science. The team has its own large development department that utilizes our expertise in optoelectronics and laser technology to come up with innovative solutions. For more company details see www.z-laser.com.

Press releases you might also be interested in

Weitere Informationen zum Thema "Photonics":

12 Augmented- und Virtual Reality-Start-ups

Start-ups sind in den ver­gan­ge­nen Jah­ren wie Pil­ze aus dem Bo­den ge­schos­sen – so auch im Be­reich Vir­tual oder Aug­men­ted Rea­li­ty. Nut­zer in vir­tu­el­le Wel­ten ver­set­zen oder ih­nen vir­tu­el­le Ele­men­te in die Rea­li­tät zu­spie­len, di­ent nicht nur dem En­ter­tain­ment. Viel­mehr kön­nen VR und AR Un­ter­neh­men da­bei hel­fen, Ar­beit­s­pro­zes­se zu opti­mie­ren. Wir zei­gen ei­ni­ge Bei­spie­le.


Subscribe for news

The subscribtion service of the PresseBox informs you about press information of a certain topic by your choice at a choosen time. Please enter your email address to receive the email with the press releases.

An error occurred!

Thank you! You will receive a confirmation email within a few minutes.

I want to subscribe to the gratis press mail and have read and accepted the conditions.