BeamWatch® Integrated

BeamWatch Integrated 150

Strahlprofilmessgerät für die automatisierte Fertigung
 
Beschreibung: 
  • Laserleistung, Strahlkaustik und Fokusshift automatisch in Echtzeit messen
  • Unterstützt Multimode-Laser
  • Vollständig automatischer Betrieb
  • Trendanalyse mit gut/schlecht Signal
  • Detaillierter Bericht mit Zeitstempel
  • Unterschiedliche Schweißkopf-Typen können parallel verwendet werden
  • Robuste Konstruktion für industrielle Fertigungsumgebungen
  • Kurze Messzeiten für regelmäßige Messungen bei Schichtbetrieb

Specification

  • 980-1080 nm
  • 500 W – 9999 W (up to 30 kW on request)
  • ISO 11146 Measurements
  • NIST traceable calibration ±3 %
  • 12.5 mm
  • GigE, PROFINET, EtherNet/IP, CC-Link
  • CE, UKCA, China RoHS
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Ordering

  • BW-Integrated-150-NIR-155-ProfiNet

    SP90512

    BeamWatch Integrated for multi-mode lasers support ProfiNet protocol

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  • BW-Integrated-150-NIR-155-EtherNet/IP

    SP90528

    BeamWatch Integrated for multi-mode lasers support EtherNet/IP protocol

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  • BW-Integrated-150-NIR-155-CC-Link

    SP90537

    BeamWatch Integrated for multi-mode lasers support CC-Link protocol

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  • BeamWatch Integrated

    The system can be manually operated by PC using BeamWatch, our full-function software with an extensive set of ISO quantitative propagation measurements, NIST calibrated power measurements, graphical representations of the beam caustic. Requires user supplied PC.
     
    The system can alternatively be operated automatically by PLC using PROFINET, EtherNet/IP or CC-Link. Tolerances and limit values can be set-up for desired measured parameters to trigger corrective actions. The trend charts give insights for early problem detection and predictive maintenance.
     
    In both cases PDF and CSV reports can be generated.

    PROFINET InstallationGSDML File
    To install the BeamWatch Integrated into a PROFINET network, download the GSDML file and follow the instructions in the manual

Videos

Ophir® BeamWatch® Integrated – Automated Beam Measurement for Industrial High-Power Lasers Ophir® BeamWatch® Integrated – Automated Beam Measurement for Industrial High-Power Lasers

MKS developed the Ophir BeamWatch Integrated industrial laser beam profiler to meet the needs of material processing users. Designed for use with high-power laser beams, the measurement device combines non-contact beam profiling of the BeamWatch family and an Ophir power measurement sensor with high industrial standards in automation technology.
Beam profiling and power measurement are integrated into a closed, robust housing.

In addition to GigE, industrial interfaces such as ProfiNet, Ethernet/IP, EtherCAT or CC-Link are provided to easily integrate the system in automated production lines. Within seconds, the fully automated measurement is done, and all individual laser parameters are instantaneously transferred. Additionally, an OK/NOK (good/bad) output can be configured based on based on relevant process parameters. In case of a NOK, the user can take corrective actions before bad parts are produced.

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Tutorials and Articles

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Case Study: The Ophir Beamwatch System Optimizes Laser Process Development

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