/ / / / LS6 6mm Laser Shutter

LS6 6mm Laser Shutter

$555.00$1,085.00


Current Lead Time: 4 – 5 weeks


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Description


Current Lead Time: 4 – 5 weeks

The Uniblitz LS6 is a high-performance laser shutter, ideal for precision exposure control, laser switching, and other applications that benefit from the precise, repeatable characteristics of the LS shutter series. These include low level laser chopping, and pulse gating, selection, and modulation to 150Hz.

Uni-stable shutter devices, like the LS6, require power to hold the blades in the open state (though the device can be custom-configured for “normally open” operation).

As of July 2019, the LS2, LS3, and LS6 laser shutters now feature Switchcraft® 5-pin connectors and include 510A interconnect cables.

Vacuum compatibility option available upon request.

 

Key Features


  • 6mm aperture
  • Uni-stable operation
  • 510A cable included
  • Laser Energy Rating: 5 W/mm2 (with “ZM” blades)
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Transfer time on opening: 0.7 milliseconds
  • Total opening time: 1.7 milliseconds
  • Configured for the VCM-D1 Shutter Driver

 

Specifications


For additional technical information please see the LS6 Laser Shutter Datasheet.


Coil Resistance Pulse Voltage to Open Hold Voltage1 (Nominal)
48 OHMS +65 VDC +10 VDC

 

Weight Housed Operating Temp. Max. Opening Bounce Max. Closing Bounce Max. Freq. of Operation2 Number of Shutter Blades
7.41 oz (0.21 kg) 0 – 80 °C 15% 5% 20 Hz / 150 Hz 2

 

1 Voltage level required across actuator coil when being held in the open position.
2 (Continuous/Burst) Continuous frequency rating specified at shutter’s minimum exposure pulse. Burst frequency rating specified for four (4) seconds maximum with one (1) minute minimum between bursts.

 

Electronic Synchronization System


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Shutter Timing


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The question regarding enhancement of shutter speed with the application of user supplied lubricants has been repeatedly asked. It is our experience that lubricating the shutter blades will actually slow the shutter down and eventually render the shutter inoperable. Under no circumstances should any type of lubricant be applied to the shutter blade area.

 

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LS6 (w/ VCM-D1 driver and Teflon® coated blades) Time (msec.)
0-A:     Delay time on opening after current is applied 1.0
A-C: Transfer time on opening 0.7
0-C: Total opening time 1.7
C-E: Min. dwell time with min. input pulse 0.8
B-F: Min. equivalent exp. time 1.5
E-G: Transfer time on closing 0.8
A-G: Total window time 2.3
MET: Min. exposure time 2.0
TEP: Typical exposure pulse >2.5

 

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Technical Drawings


Housing/Connector Layout

Uniblitz LS6 Technical Drawing (Housing/Connector Layout)

Un-housed Layout

Uniblitz LS6 Technical Drawing (Unhoused)

510A Interconnect Cable (Included)

Uniblitz 510A interconnect cable

 

Downloads


Documentation
LS6 Datasheet Download

 

3D Models
LS6 3D Models (Housed – STEP file included in ZIP) Download

Additional information

Driver Compatibility

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Blade Option

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Electronic Sync.

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Housing

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Connector

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