HighLight DL4000HPR Diode Laser System

Contact Details

Coherent Inc.
Address
5100 Patrick Henry Dr.
Santa Clara
95054
CA
United States
Phone
408-764-4983
Toll Free Phone
800-527-3786
Fax
408-988-6838

41.9646479, -87.6737492

June 01,2018
HighLight DL4000HPR Diode Laser System

The new Coherent HighLight DL4000HPR is a compact, high power, fiber delivered industrial diode laser system that offers convenience and economy for metal processing applications such as cladding, heat treating and brazing.

The HighLight DL4000HPR offers several advantages for OEMs and end users. Its small footprint and standard, 19" rack mount packaging facilitate its integration into existing systems. Additionally, the power supply and control electronics are contained in the system enclosure. This makes the system especially attractive for space-constrained environments, as are found in automotive manufacturing and semiconductor fabrication. Another significant advantage of the product is that its conduction-cooled diodes do not require deionized cooling water. This makes the HighLight DL4000HPR suited to installations where deionized water and specialized DI-cartridges are not readily available. Finally, its wall plug efficiency of 45 percent means low energy consumption and minimizes cost of ownership.

The HighLight DL4000HPR delivers 4 kW at a wavelength between 920 nm and 1,100 nm, through a detachable, 1,000 μm diameter delivery fiber. A variety of output delivery fiber and beam shaping/focusing optics and connectors are available. The product is available in turnkey and tailored OEM configurations to provide maximum integration flexibility into a range of laser-based manufacturing systems.

The HighLight DL4000HPR is targeted at cost-sensitive, high-throughput material processing markets such as oil/gas, agriculture, energy, construction machinery, 3D additive manufacturing and semiconductor manufacturing. For metal processing and semiconductor applications, high-power diode lasers offer an attractive alternative for heat treatment compared to conventional technologies such as ovens, lamps or induction coils. Specifically, the advantages include more rapid heat cycling and precise heat input to the part. These characteristics deliver improved results, faster processing and reduced energy consumption.