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ideas for life CO2 Laser Marker Conforming to FDA Conforming to Low Voltage and Conforming to GB ■egulations (Only LP-310-A) EMS Directive (Only LP-310-C) standards (Only LP-310-E Laser Marking Panasonic Electric Works SUNX

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Welcome to the world of laser marking. Panasonic Electric Works SUNX is proud to introduce the LP-300 entry-level CO2 laser marker. This model has an marking function that marks with the greatest accuracy, and simple operation so that anyone can use them with ease. It brings advanced technology to an every-day level to cater to any kind of marking needs. Cable Switch (Resin part) Laser labels (Marking + half cutting) Connector 1 IC CD Terminal block (Resin part) Connector

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Accurate and distinct marking Accurate marking of information such as manufacturing histories and model and part names is one of the important quality features of a product. The LP-300 is provided with useful marking functions that eliminate troublesome settings and computation errors. It allows distinct characters to be positioned accurately with no missing characters or rough or blurred characters. 3

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Accurate, distinct marking Bold character marking Laser Maker • Standard characters • Bold characters Dates and times can be marked using different characters selected automatically. Product codes can be marked without the need for conversion tables. Ideal also for reducing character space. Clear characters that do not disappear over time can be marked accurately with no missing characters or rough or blurred Gothic-style bold characters can be marked For example, the built-in calendar and lot marking function can be used in combination to create text Current date / time • expiration date /...

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Simple enough for anyone to operate The LP-300 laser markers are the result of accumulated manufacturing experience and know-how from Panasonic Electric Works SUNX, and are designed to be easy to use in the same way as a printer. • File selection • Marking condition • Image display • Character setting 5

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Logos and model indicators can also be marked easily File No. display Company logos and model indicators can be marked directly from DXF (R12 format) data. The tip of the laser marker has an LED panel that displays marking details (file No.). Note: DXF data is a data format advocated by Autodesk Inc. for exchanging data between CAD applications. Setting, reading and sending of marking information USB interface Data such as the characters to be marked and their sizes can be set using a computer and then sent to the laser marker via a USB cable. The laser marker can store up to 120 types of...

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Advantages of using laser marking Each marking method has its own advantages and disadvantages. Following is a comparison of laser marking against other methods. Note: The examples given are general examples. Prices and other information will vary depending on models. Initial costs 4 Stamping method 3 Marking quality 2 Environment 1 0 Productivity • Cables LP-300 Ease of maintenance Low running costs Accurate marking even on curved surfaces. Example 1 Comparison with stamping methods Initial costs Requires higher initial costs than stamping methods. Environment Because no ink is used,...

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LP-300 SERIES Initial costs 4 3 Marking quality Environment 2 1 Label attachment method LP-300 0 Productivity • Connector Ease of maintenance Low running costs Accurate marking even on surfaces with different heights Example 3 Environment No labels are attached, so greater recyclability. Also no waste products. Maintenance No replacement of labels or ink ribbons is needed, so no stoppages for replacement purposes needed. Running costs only consist of electricity costs. Elimination of labels also reduces inventory control costs. Productivity Marking details can be created easily on a...

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LP-300 SPECIFICATIONS CO2 laser marker entry-level model Designation Type Item Japanese model Set Model No. FDA regulations conforming type CE marking conforming type GB standard conforming type LP-310 LP-310-C LP-310-A Work distance (Note 1) LP-310-B 145 mm 5.709 in Galvano-scanning method Scanning method CO2 Laser Class 4 (Laser oscillator output: Average 12 W (Note 2), Peak emission wavelength: 10.6 μm 0.417 mil) Marking Laser Semiconductor Laser (Peak emission Wavelength: 655 nm 0.026 mil) Guide Laser 50 × 50 mm 1.969 × 1.969 in Range to be marked Basic dimensions of characters (Note 3)...

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LP-300 DIMENSIONS (Unit: mm in) LP-310, LP-310-A LP-310-C, LP-310-B Head Power supply connector I/O connector File No. / error code indication USB connector 710 27.953 175 6.890 RS-232C connector 3 100 (3.937) (0.118) 151 5.945 159 6.260 141 5.551 14 0.551 145 5.709 36 (1.417) 78 3.071 Shutter lever (Guide indication laser select lever) Handle Marking center point Marking area 50 × 50 1.969 × 1.969 6-M6 × 1 0.039, 10 0.394 deep Laser radiation indicator 200 7.874 180 7.087 180 7.087 125 4.921 16 0.630 LP-310, LP-310-A Power supply box LP-310-B Cooling fan LP-310-C Power supply box Main...

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