Other digital scan heads available on the market, which are many times more expensive, cannot begin to the match price and performance of the Digi-Cube II. In fact this new Laser Scan Head costs less than most analogue models and it’s also IP55 rated.
The Digi-Cube II operating system uses DSP technology to rapidly compute and predict the exact drive impulses required to achieve small mirror movements with the fastest possible acceleration.
In fact the only thing that restricts the speed of the galvanometer ( an impressive 1K impressions per second ) are the laws of physics. Once the Digi-Cube II is switched on, it performs a detailed self diagnosis and system check to determine the operating parameters of the individual galvos. This ensures the accuracy and positioning of the laser marking is precise and error free – something that cannot be guaranteed with analogue models which often have to undergo complicated manual recalibration procedures after prolonged use. This is particularly important in the marking of components in the semi-conductor industry where positional accuracy is paramount. If speed, accuracy, cost-effectiveness and long term reliability are your requirements –– the Digi-Cube II is the intelligent choice.
Where marking time is limited by galvo performance, rather than laser power, a 50% to 100% speed improvement could be expected.
As the Digi-Cube has self tuning technology it is now possible to replace just the scanners or the mirrors. This eliminates the expense of either calling out a service technician to tune in replacements or the need to return the scan head to base.
This saves both time and money – and enhances your system’s reputation and decreases downtime for your customers.
|Digi-Cube II Specifications ( DSP controlled 10mm XY Scan Head )|
|Power supply requirement||+24/-24V 4A|
|Maximum current drive to galvo||10A|
|Quiescent power draw ( no marking )||<10W|
|Positioning speed m/s||10 - 20|
|Marking speed m/s||3 - 6|
|Precision writing cps||500|
|High quality writing cps||1000|
|1% step response setting to 0.1% fs||0.28ms|
|Scale drift ppm/C||<40|
|Zero drift urad/C||<10|
|Short term repeatability urad||<8|