2-axis laser scanner head Lincoln hyperSCAN series

2-axis laser scanner head
2-axis laser scanner head
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Lincoln hyperSCAN Series polygonal scan heads provide the ultimate performance in high-accuracy ultrahigh-speed scanning applications. Designed for two dimensional fixed-field scanning, the hyperSCAN incorporates a multi-facet polygonal mirror DC brushless motor assembly (MPA), a “Start Of Scan” laser synchronization sub-system, and an f-theta lens to provide scanning speeds up to 200 meters/second. The scan head’s integrated dual axes galvanometers enable Y-axis indexing, Y-axis cross-scan error correction, and f-theta lens barrel distortion compensation to deliver exceptional pixel placement repeatability. The hyperSCAN is ideal for integration with ultra-short-pulse (USP) lasers in a variety of applications such as high-fill high-resolution marking and printing, precision micromachining, and more. KEY BENEFITS Polygonal Scan Head for High-Accuracy Ultra-High Speed Scanning • Scan speeds of 70 - 200 m/s enables high productivity and throughput • Optical error correction and lens distortion compensation for the most demanding applications • Advanced system controller supports real-time control of scan head, lasers, and stages • Available for 355 nm, 515 nm, 532 nm, 1030 nm, 1064 nm wavelengths Product Specifications Wavelength Options 355 nm, 515 nm, 532 nm, 1030 nm, 1064 nm Scan Rate 217 - 616 lines/s Scan Speed (on target)1 70 - 200 m/s Output Scan Angle2 ±16° (Typical) Input Clear Aperture 15 mm f-theta Optics Focal Length 255 mm Spot Size (M2=1.0) at 532nm3 25 μm Field Size 160 mm X 160 mm Resolution, X Axis <3 μm Resolution, Y Axis <3 μm Repeatability, X Axis4 ± 15 μm Repeatability, Y Axis4 ± 15 μm X-Y Axes Galvanometers Yes Start of Scan Sensor Yes


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