FAYb Laser Marker LP-RV


Item LP-RV200P
Laser type Yb fiber laser; λ= 1,064 nm 0.0419 mil Class4 laser
Average oscillator output 20 W
Average output at processing point
(Note 1)
17 W (±5 %)
Laser oscillation system Pulse oscillation
Pulse duration 1 ns, 4 ns, 8 ns, 16 ns, 30 ns, 120 ns, 200 ns (switchable in seven steps)
Pulse cycle (Note 2) 0.5 μs to 500 μs
Guide laser / pointer Red semiconductor laser; λ= 655 nm 0.026 mil, Class 2 laser, Maximum output; 1 mW or less
Scanning method Galvano scanning method
Beam shielding device Shutter (mounted inside the head)
Marking field (X, Y) (Note3) 90 mm × 90 mm 3.543 in × 3.543 in
Work distance (Note 3) 190 mm 7.480 in
Marking workpiece status Stationary object, moving object
Scan speed (Note 4, 5) Maximum 12,000 mm/s 472.441 in/s
Moving object line speed (Note 4) Maximum 240 m/min 787.402 ft/min
Number of registered files 10,000 files
Number of marking data
(number of registered objects)
2,000 items/file
object types
Character types Capital and small letter of alphabet, numeric, symbol, user defined characters (up to 50 characters can be set)
Japanese characters: Katakana, Hiragana, Kanji (JIS level-1 and level-2)
Simplified Chinese characters: GB 2312 level-1 and level-2
Barcodes CODE39, CODE93, CODE128 (GS1-128) , ITF, NW-7, EAN/UPC/JAN, GS1 DataBar Limited, GS1 DataBar Stacked, GS1 DataBar Limited CC-A, GS1 DataBar Stacked CC-A
2D codes QR Code, Micro QR Code, iQR Code, Data Matrix, GS1 Data Matrix, PDF417
Graphic data (Note 6) VEC, DXF, HPGL, BMP, JPEG, AI, EPS
TrueType TrueType Font on a PC where the Laser Marker NAVI smart is installed (Note 7)
Data for processing Point radiation
Character height and width (Note 4) 0.1 mm to 90 mm 0.004 in to 3.543 in (Set in increments of 0.001 mm 0.0394 mil)
I/O port I/O terminal block (40 pins), I/O connector (40 pins)
Communication interface EIA-RS-232C, Ethernet, EtherNet/IP (Note 8), PROFINET (Note 8)
Supplied software Laser Marker NAVI smart, logo data editing software, ExportVec, font maker software
OS supported by the supplied software
(Note 9)
Windows® 10 Pro (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows® 8.1 Pro (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows® 7 Professional SP1 (32-bit, 64-bit)
Laser Marker NAVI
smart connection method
USB, Ethernet
Laser Marker NAVI
smart display language
Japanese, English, Simplified Chinese character, Traditional Chinese character, German, Korean
System startup time 10 sec. approx.
Laser excitation time 1 sec. approx.
Power supply (Note 10) 180 - 264 V AC (including power voltage fluctuation of ±10 %), 50/60 Hz
Consumption power
(consumption current) (Note 11)
310 VA or less (2.1 A or less)
Cooling method Head: Naturally air cooling, Controller / oscillator unit: Forced air cooling
Ambient temperature (Note 12, 13) 0 to +40 ℃ +32 to +104 ℉
Ambient temperature for storage (Note 13) -10 to +60 ℃ +14 to +140 ℉
Ambient humidity (Note 13) 35 to 85 % RH
Head protective structure (Note 14) IP64
Compliance standards and certificates FDA Regulations, GB Standard, KC mark, Machinery Directive (Declaration of Incorporation), EMC Directive, RoHS Directive
Fiber cable length 2.0 m ±0.2 m 6.562 ft ±0.656 ft, Minimum bending radius 80 mm 3.15 in
Net weight Head 8.0 kg approx.
Oscillator unit 13 kg approx.
Controller 28 kg approx.

1) Indicates the output for the following settings: laser power: 100, pulse duration: 4 ns, and pulse cycle: 1.6 μs. (Factory default)
2) The pulse cycle setting range varies depending on the pulse duration.
3) There is an individual difference of approximately ±0.5 mm 0.020 in for every product.
4) The indicated values show the allowable setting range. The setting values that can maintain the marking / processing quality vary depending on the marking condition and target material.
5) Depending on the setting data, the scan speed may be subject to upper-limit restriction in some cases.
6) VEC is a figure file format designed exclusively for laser markers. If figure files in the AI or EPS format are used, they must be converted to VEC-format files in advance using the ExportVEC software provided with the product.
7) Depending on the character type, it may not be possible to use the laser marker. Letters written from right to left (Arabic letters, Hebrew letters, etc.) and letters that use ligature (Indian letters, etc.) cannot be marked using the laser marker.
8) For communication, prepare optional items separately. LP-ANW10: EtherNet/IP, LP-ANW11: PROFINET
9) The OS versions for which Microsoft terminated its support are excluded from supported OS.
10) Frequency is selected and set automatically.
11) The rush current (typical value) at startup is as follows: 220 V AC (current flowing time of 10 ms or less): 60 A
12) Laser power setting of 46 or higher: 0 to +36 ℃ +32 to +97 ℉, Laser power setting of 1 to 45: 0 to +40℃ +32 to +104 ℉
13) Common to the controller, head, and oscillator unit. There must be no dew condensation or icing. If there is a temperature difference between the storage place and the operating place, gradually adapt the devices to the ambient temperature to prevent condensation.
14) The oscillator and controller are not designed as protective structures. The protective structure of the head exhibits its performance only when the fiber unit, laser beam emission port protection glass, various cables, and cable connector covers are all properly mounted.

PROFINET is a registered trademark of PROFIBUS and PROFINET International.
EtherNet/IP is a registered trademark of ODVA (Open DeviceNet Vendor Association Inc.).
Windows is a registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.

Precautions for Proper Use

Laser safety

  • This product is classified as a Class 4 Laser Product in IEC/JIS/FDA regulations 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11. Never look at or touch the direct laser beam and its reflection.
  • The labels shown on the right are attached to the product.
    Handle the product according to the instruction given on the warning labels. (Warning labels are not shown in the product photographs in this catalog.)
  • The laser used by this product generates infrared light that is invisible to the human eye. Use particular caution when the laser is operating.
  • Warning / instruction labels

Recommended use of a dust collector

  • Depending on the object being marked, harmful gasses or smoke that have a detrimental effect on the human body or the laser marker may be generating during marking. If your application falls under this description, use a dust collector. For more information, contact your sales representative.

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