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LZM-110V2-MP-Plus
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LZM-110V2-M / 110V2-P Splicing Systems

Features:

  • Splicing and glass processing of fibers with 80 μm up to 2.3 mm diameter
  • High resolution motion for precise control during splicing and glass processing operations
  • Extensive library of applications for the LZM family
  • FPS PC GUI provides additional measurement capabilities & glass shaping control
  • Very clean heat source: Absolutely no deposits on fiber surface from the heat source as might occur with filaments or electrodesVery clean heat source: Absolutely no deposits on fiber surface from the heat source as might occur with filaments or electrodes
  • Provides extremely stable & repeatable operation
  • Substantially reduces maintenance & calibration requirements
  • Proprietary feedback system ensures heating power stability
  • No need for process gas (as required with filament systems) or Vacuum systems
  • Class 1 System with redundant automated laser safety features

Product Description

The LZM-110-V2-M / 110-V2-P LAZERMaster is a splicing and glass processing system that uses a CO2 laser heat source to perform splicing, tapering (to create MFAs), lensing, or other glass shaping operations with glass diameters of up to 2.3 mm. The high resolution optical analysis system works in conjunction with on- board firmware for fully automatic splicing, tapering and other glass shaping processes.

High precision glass processing is enabled by the intuitive and user- friendly on-board firmware (virtually identical to that of the Fujikura FSM-100 splicers). Operations may also be performed manually and by PC control. The FPS PC control GUI is supplied with the LZM-110-V2-M / 110-V2-P at no charge to provide additional features, greater flexibility and finer control. The FPS GUI may be used on a PC chosen by the customer. Customers can also create proprietary PC control algorithms using a complete set of PC control commands.

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