BeamWatch Integrated 500

  • レーザー出力、コースティックス、フォーカスシフトをリアルタイムで自動的に測定
  • シングルモードレーザーに対応
  • 完全自動操作
  • 良好/不良信号による傾向分析
  • タイムスタンプ付きの詳細レポート
  • 測定システムを変更せずに、異なる種類の 溶接ヘッドに対応可能
  • 工業用生産環境向けに頑丈設計
  • 頻繁なシフトオペレーション時でも測定可能な短時間測定


  • 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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    BeamWatch Integrated for single-mode lasers support ProfiNet protocol

  • BW-Integrated-500-NIR-155-EtherNet/IP


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

  • BW-Integrated-500-NIR-155-CC-Link


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

  • 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



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