LAZERMaster LZM-100 Standard baseline
LAZERMaster LZM-100 Glass Processing & Splicing System (Standard baseline LZM-100 system. Includes AC adapters & cords and SpliceLab PC software)
The LZM-100 LAZERMaster is a glass processing and splicing system that uses a CO2 laser heat source to perform splicing, adiabatic tapering (to create MFAs or pump combiners), lensing, or other glass shaping operations with glass diameters of 2.3 mm or more.
The high resolution optical analysis system works in conjunction with on-board firmware for fully automatic splicing, tapering and other glass shaping processes.
High precision glass processing is enabled by the intuitive and user-friendly on-board firmware (virtually identical to that of the Fujikura FSM-100 ARCMaster splicers). Operations may also be performed manually and by PC control. A SpliceLab PC control GUI is supplied with the LZM-100 to provide additional features, greater flexibility and finer control. The SpliceLab GUI is pre-installed on the All-in-one computer. Customers can also create proprietary PC control algorithms using a complete set of PC control commands.
- CO2 laser heat source eliminates electrode or filament maintenance, provides extremely stable operation and greatly reduces the need for periodic calibration
- Automated laser beam diameter control to fine tune the size of the heating area
- An advanced configurable system capable of producing tapers, ball lenses, combiners, MFAs, glass shaping and splicing
- Excellent performance for dissimilar diameter fiber splicing
- Ultra high strength splicing
- Redundant automated laser safety features
- 2.3 mm maximum fiber diameter (larger fibers may be spliced manually)
- Long travel / high resolution Z motion for long adiabatic tapers
- Automatic operation by on-board LZM-100 splicer firmware, manual operation or operation by PC (PC and SpliceLab GUI included with the LZM-100 system)
- Intuitive SpliceLab PC GUI: Easy to understand, navigate and operate
- Complete set of PC command codes enables users to develop proprietary processes