Source | Type: Semiconductor laser diode | Full-colour RGB laser projector
Suitability: Indoor/outdoor laser displays [atmospheric, abstract, text, animations]
System control: FB4-SK [Ethernet, ArtNet, DMX, ILDA | PC, Lighting Console or Autoplay]
Compliant with: EN 60825-1 [tested by TÜV SÜD], FDA
Weight [kg]: 13
Size [WxHxD, mm]: 339 x 168 x 353 [Technical Drawings are in SUPPORT section of this page]
Guaranteed opt. output [mW]: 9700
R | G | B [mW]: 2500 | 2800 | 4500 [*see note A below]
Wavelengths [nm, ±5nm]: 637 | 520 | 445
Beam size [mm]: 5 x 4.5
Beam divergence [mrad]: 0.9 [full angle, averaged value, *see note B below]
Modulation [kHz] | type: 100 | analogue
X-Y scanners: ScannerMAX 506 Compact | 40 Kpps @ 8° [more options in UPGRADES section
of this page]
Power requirements [V] | Input: 100-230/50-60Hz | Neutrik powerCON TRUE1
Max. power consumption [VA]: 340
Operation temperature [°C]: 10-40
Included in the set:
Heavy-duty flight case, 1.5M power lead, 10M Ethernet rj45 signal cable, E-STOP
remote with 10M 3-pin XLR cable, set of 4 safety keys, interlock connector [for
the USA only], USB memory stick with the user manual. Pangolin QuickShow
laser control and creation software is available for FREE download.
All the basic system settings and adjustments such as power output adjustment
for each colour, X & Y axes invert, X & Y size and position, etc. are managed
via the built-in FB4 control interface.
Scanning system overload protection.
Optical bench integration slot.
Laser safety features:
Keyed interlock, emission delay, magnetic interlock, scan-fail safety, fast
electromechanical shutter [reaction time <20ms], adjustable aperture masking
plate, Emergency STOP system with keyed remote and manual RESTART button.
Due to Advanced Optical Correction technology used in Kvant systems, the real
power output of each laser module installed within the system may slightly
differ from its specification. This doesn't affect the total guaranteed power
output of the system.
The beam divergence total is calculated as an average arithmetic value of all
individual colours. The divergence of each colour is calculated as:
1. FWHM of the beam cross-section for round beams, or
2. The arithmetic average of the beam's horizontal and vertical divergence for
all rectangular beams.