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The tarm G10 OPSL show laser projector is a green Coherent Taipan OPSL solution with analog color modulation and a guaranteed output power of 9'000 mW.
This show laser light can be controlled via ILDA and comes with an advanced main board control via browser interface. It is possible to access the configuration settings for color, scanning and other parameters directly through a browser application by connecting to the laser via LAN (W-LAN with suitable access point). With this browser interface it is no longer necessary to physically access the laser projector (that is probably mounted in several meter height). All configurations can be set remotely from any computer (PC, MAC, Linux), tablet or even mobile phone.
The tarm G10 OPSL devices have very fast scanners, running at 45kpp@8° ILDA and scanning a maximum scan angle of 50°, upgrades to CT-scanners with 60kpps@8° ILDA and a deflection angle of up to 68° (@35kpps) are available on request. These specifications definitely make the units perfectly suitable for professional applications and ideal for graphics projections.
Several units can be addressed at the same time, even the positioning of the devices on a virtual stage is possible. This makes it easy to identify the respective unit to be calibrated.
The projector has good specifications with a beam diameter of ca. 3 mm and a beam divergence of only 1.0 mrad (full angle).
It is equipped with a green (10'000 mW / 530 nm) Coherent Taipan OPSL module.
Advantages of the tarm G10 OPSL devices:
|Guaranteed power at aperture:||10 000mW|
|Power Green:||10 000mW/530nm|
|Beam Specifications (full angle):||ca. 3 mm / 1.0 mrad|
|Scanning system:||45 kpps@8°ILDA; optional as upgrade: CT-6210H incl. Rti RayScan driver: 60kpps@8° ILDA, max. 68° (@35kpps).|
|Scan Angle max.:||50° (@30 kpps)|
|Power Consumption:||340 W|
|Power Supply:||85 V - 250 V / AC|
|Dimensions / L x W x H /:||320x260x140 mm|
|Accessories:||power cable, manual, key, interlock connector|