The new versions offer higher power and outstanding beam and laser line quality for several types of projections: fiber, homogeneous lines, collimated beam, and structured light. "The temperature-controlled laser source improves wavelength stability," explains Christoph Schlägl, Development Engineer in Microsystems Technology, ZLASER. "Now that we've combined it with the graphical user interface for setting power and monitoring all relevant laser parameters, the laser can be completely remotecontrolled."
The new ZQ2 high-precision laser source system boasts a Boresight accuracy of less than 3mrad and outputs up to 7000mW at wavelengths between 600-1100nm. The Z1000Q1-F-808 is the only laser on the market with an output of 1W at 808nm and is accurate to 300μm (FWHM; in 1500mm focus), making it ideal for applications that require the highest measuring resolutions. The internal design of the ZQ1 is laser coupled with an integrated thermoelectric cooler that allows a very high level of stability and minimum bore sight error.
Both products are feature integrated optics, electronics and active temperature control in a self-contained enclosure and support a variety of communication interfaces: RS-232, USB, Ethernet, PLC, each of them galvanically isolated.
Source: Z-LASER Optoelektronik GmbH