- Fibre laser technology for permanent coding on a wide range of materials
- Fine spot size for high quality codes
- Codes large amount of information onto a small area
- Choice of 4 lenses for codes tailored to your requirements
- Compact marking head for easy integration into moving and static lines
- Air cooled for increased efficiency and less maintenance
- Laser tube life of over 100,000 hours.
Linx FSL20 and FSL50 fibre laser coders offer a cost-efficient and hugely flexible coding solution across the widest range of materials and substrates for both static applications and moving production lines.
Linx Fibre lasers can permanently mark on a wide range of materials, including metal, rubber, plastic, and packaging foils.The very fine spot size creates excellent quality codes and makes Linx Fibre lasers ideal for marking very small components, or large amounts of information onto small areas.Text, machine readable codes, graphics and logos are all marked with extreme clarity for traceability; ideal for pharmaceutical, medical devices, automotive and electronics industries, as well as FMCG packaging.
With a choice of four different lenses, Linx Fibre laser coders can be tailored to the precise requirements of each product – whether for static or moving applications – which makes extremely efficient use of the laser with no compromise on code quality or speed.Faster line speeds can be achieved without buying a more powerful laser coder.
The Linx FSL20 and Linx FSL50 have one of the smallest supply units and marking heads on the market, which enable easy integration into your existing line or static coding applications – with minimum disruption to existing workflows.
The choice of two beam orientation options (including a Beam Turning Unit which allows the head to rotate through 90°) also aids integration, allowing coding in any direction.An internal air cooling system also means no restriction on location.
As with all Linx coders, Linx Fibre lasers have a robust design which delivers continuous, reliable coding.
With a laser source lasting over 100,000 hours, and with no pump chamber maintenance needed, you will experience less downtime on your line.The air cooling system is also more energy efficient with less maintenance associated with alternative water-cooled lasers.
The IP54 rated marking heads are designed to work continuously in a wide range of environments.
Message creation is quick and simple with LinxDraw® software, via a colour touch screen or from a separate PC, meaning less time spent on product setup and changeovers.
- Line speed - 1 to 6,000 mm/s (typical). ·
- No of lines of text – Only limited by character size and marking field ·
- Character height – Up to marking field ·
- Print rotation – 0- 360 degrees ·
- Operation mode – pulsed (Q switch)
- Material – Painted sheet metal housing ·
- Weight: marking unit/supply unit – 8kg / 19kg ·
- Laser head – IP54 ·
- Conduit length – 2.7m ·
- Minimum bend radius of conduit – 90 mm ·
- Head mounting options - 90-degree (standard) and straight-out (option) ·
- Cooling system - Air cooled with automatic overheat detection ·
- Supply voltage / frequency – Auto selection range 100 to 240 V / 50/60 Hz (auto range) ·
- Maximum power consumption – 500 VA ·
- Operating temperature range -10 - 40° C ambient ·
- Humidity range – 10% to 90% relative humidity, non-condensing
- Standard fonts (Windows® TrueType®/TTF; PostScript®/PFA, PFB; OpenType®/OTF) ·
- Individual fonts such as high-speed or OCR ·
- Machine-readable codes: Bar codes: BC25,BC25I, BC39, BC93, EAN 8, EAN 13, BC128, EAN 128,Postnet, SCC14, UPC_A, UPC_E, RSS14TR, RSS14ST, RSS14STO, RSSLIM, RSSEXP Data matrix 2D codes: ECCOOO, ECC050, ECC080, ECC100, ECC140, ECC200, ECC PLAIN, QR ·
- Graphics/graphic components, logos, symbols, etc. (the most common file formats such as DXF, JPG,AI can be imported) ·
- Linear, circular, angular text marking; rotation, reflection, expansion, compression of marking contents ·
- Sequence & serial numbering; automatic date, layer, time coding, real-time clock; online coding ofindividual data (weight, contents, etc.)
- Ethernet, TCP/IP and RS232, digital I/Os ·
- Inputs for encoders and product detector triggers ·
- I/Os for start, stop, external error, job select, trigger, trigger enable, encoder, system ready, ready to mark, marking, shutter closed, error, bad, good signals and machine/ operator interlocks