The TELESIS EVC marker is an extremely cost effective DPSS laser based on a proven advanced Q-Switched, fiber-coupled diode end-pumped Nd:YVO4 laser platform for applications requiring high beam quality and stability. Its exceptional power stability at all power levels makes the EVC an ideal choice for engraving, annealed marking, or high speed marking on delicate and heat sensitive electronic components, thin foils and medical instruments.
E-Series diode-pumped YAG and vanadate laser markers offer improved beam quality, increased depth of focus, and higher peak powers compared to fiber lasers - for fine marking, heat-sensitive materials (metal foils, silicon, plastics, etc.), and applications where higher consistency is required.
Embedded controller versions requiring no separate PC are available for most models.
Power Range: 6 - 40W
The TELESIS EV15DS marker is based on advanced Q-Switched, fibercoupled diode end-pumped Nd:YVO4 laser technology. The outstanding beam quality of the EV15DS makes it superior to all other markers of equivalent power for high resolution and high speed marking. Additionally, the shorter pulse widths and high peak powers of this marker makes it the preferred choice for challenging marking applications on silicon or heat sensitive materials such as plastics or thin foils.
The EVCDS is completely air cooled with a very compact, easily integrated package requiring very little maintenance. With an expected lifetime for the pump diode of over 500,000 hours, down time is dramatically reduced. Because of the modular fiber coupled design, diode replacement can be completed quickly with no need to realign the laser. The compact footprint of the system allows for the easy integration into both manual off line and automated in-line applications with Marking-On-The-Fly (MOTF) support for high volume applications.
The EV40 is a high throughput laser marker featuring a Q-switched Nd:YV04 diode pumped, aircooled laser design with high speed digital galvo scanners. This laser provides high quality laser beam characteristics including a long focal tolerance combined with up to 2mJ pulse energies and high average powers at 1064nm, allowing these systems to achieve high-speed, rapid deep marking of metals or composite materials on flat and curved surfaces and offers the user best-in-class reliability with a low cost of ownership.