Compact-Evolution diode laser system from Dilas delivers 1,200W output power from a 300µm (0.22NA) fibre at 976nm. The system is equipped with a standard diode laser control unit (DLC) used for external interfaces such as the common analogue/digital interface, BUS interfaces and remote access option for easy analyses and parameter settings.

Through use of Dilas’ tailored bar technology, this system does not require DI water. Dilas also offers 19 inch rack-mountable cooling unit and fibre cables in different lengths as well as focusing optics. The Compact-Evolution is suitable for fibre laser pumping and materials processing applications in thin metal welding, heat treatment, selective soldering, brazing, and scientific.

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