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LP-400 series

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High-grade Model CO2 Laser Marker LP-400 SERIES FDA Conforming to FDA regulations (LP-4□-A only) Conforming to Low Voltage and EMC Directive (LP-4□-C only) Exceptional performance. Advanced functionality. Flawless quality. The CO 2 Laser Marker High-grade Model. Panasonic Electric Works SUNX

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Standard model Tower head model Enhanced lineup is easier to use than ever. Select the features that are right for your application. Removing cable insulation Marking pouch packaging

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Performance. Functionality. Quality. Operability. The high-grade LP-400 CO2 Laser Marker delivers, meeting needs ranging from marking to processing. High-performance galvanoscanner Improved productivity High-speed marking over 700 cps* Improved productivity means dramatically reduced tact time and compatibility with high-speed production lines. High-stability laser Support for a wide range of applications Laser output stability of within ±3 % (typ.)* ensures consistent marking and high-quality processing over the full output range. Extensive lineup Freedom of installation The proprietary...

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Three times the productivity means less time and equipment. Capable of marking at speeds of 700 cps, the LP-400 can deliver more than three times the productivity of previous models thanks to its shorter tact time. Enjoy dramatically reduced equipment costs since a single laser marker can now handle applications that previously required multiple units. Three times the speed Previous models Helping drive increased productivity The high-speed marking capabilities of the LP-400 series dramatically improve productivity by reducing tact time. Thanks to the high-performance galvanoscanner and...

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Reduced marking tact time The LP-400 series features a high-performance galvanoscanner whose acceleration, deceleration, and response speeds exceed those of previous models by at least 200 %, delivering dramatically shorter marking tact time. Acceleration characteristics Previous models Deceleration characteristics Acceleration characteristics Deceleration characteristics High-performance Galvanoscanner Simulated Characteristics of High-performance Galvanoscanner Accurate marking at high speed Panasonic Electric Works SUNX's proprietary galvanoscanner control technology keeps marking...

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Laser output and wavelength options accommodate more applications. Three available laser output levels: 10 W, 20 W, 30 W Two available laser wavelengths: 10.6 μm 0.417 mil, 9.3 μm 0.366 mil Marking product packaging 10.6 μm 0.417 mil fundamental wavelength laser for flexible marking Crisp output and high-quality processing With a laser output stability of within ±3 % (typ.)*, 10.6 μm 0.417 mil wavelength models work well in applications ranging from marking thin films and other tricky substrates to processing tasks such as removing insulation from cables. * Excluding 10 W type Marking pouch...

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9.3 μm 0.366 mil short-wavelength laser for marking PET and PC plastics Well-matched to the heat absorption characteristics of plastics, the 9.3μm 0.366 mil wavelength laser allows marking on plastic surfaces by melting the surface layer without creating excessively deep marking and limiting damage to the substrate. This capability rectifies issues with the previous models where deep marking would create pinholes or otherwise make marking output difficult to read. ● PET plastic absorption characteristics (representative example) For PET plastics, absorption of 9.3 μm 0.366 mil is better...

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Flexible support for all production lines Select the installation/marking orientation and marking area that is right for your application. Two available head types: Vertical, Horizontal Three available marking areas: 55 mm 2.2 in, 110 mm 4.3 in, 160 mm 6.3 in square Panasonic Electric Works SUNX has met the needs of diversifying production lines with an extensive lineup of models with both tower and standard heads as well as three available marking areas ranging from 55 mm × 55 mm 2.2 in × 2.2 in to 160 mm × 160 mm 6.3 in × 6.3 in. Small-spot type: 55 mm × 55 mm 2.2 in × 2.2 in...

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Space-saving design (tower head models) Rotating head design (standard models) A unique head design that rotates freely through 350° allows the laser marker to be installed even in a vertical orientation. Flexible installation options make it easy to fit the system into a variety of production environments. Facing Facing down left or right At 175 mm × 230 mm 6.9 in × 9.1 in, the tower head is smaller than a B5 sheet of paper. Tower head models require less space for installation and can be integrated into existing production line space. Facing diagonally Rotates through 350° B5 size (182 ×...

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Convenience means selecting the mode of operation that is right for your application. Control multiple laser markers with the new Laser Marker NAVI application. The LP-400 series comes standard with application software for easily configuring marking data. Batch laser marker management Now you can connect multiple laser markers to a single computer for centralized management of all connected markers and associated configuration data. Easy, straightforward monitoring of settings and operational status rounds out the application's management capabilities, ensuring that advanced our technology...

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The touch panel console is ready for immediate use at production sites. A color LCD touch panel console (optional) provides unmatched ease of use. Laser Marker NAVI included softwares Logo data conversion software Output logos and other graphical marks from DXF, BMP, or JPEG data and read marks using a scanner with Laser Marker NAVI. * DXF is a data format developed by Autodesk, Inc. to facilitate the exchange of data between CAD applications. * Simulated screen image. Logo data editing software Create and edit logo files without using commercial CAD software. Intuitive operation The...

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Convenient features meet a variety of needs. USB connectors Dual pointers The ability to store system settings on standard USB memory sticks lets you backup marking settings or copy the same set of settings to multiple laser markers, delivering improved ease of use compared to the floppy disk drive used by previous models. (The system also supports USB-connected floppy disk drives.) * Customers are encouraged to verify proper operation of system components in advance when using off-the-shelf hardware. LP-400 series laser markers incorporate dual pointers created by a red guide light to make...

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