Laser LightWare™FLS/KLS/SLSseries of lasersSwiss quality pulsed Nd:YAG Lasers of up to 1000 WIntegration Instructions with...
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  1. 1. Laser LightWare™FLS/KLS/SLSseries of lasersSwiss quality pulsed Nd:YAG Lasers of up to 1000 WIntegration Instructions with NLS Release 0101 Sept 08
  2. 2. Integration Instructions Laser Sources with NLSIntegration Instructions Laser Sources with NLSThe Installation Instructions presented here serve the authorized personnel as a instruction- and workingtool for the electrical integration of the laser sources into a processing installation with NLS and for thesetting up of such an installation to suit the laser.The Integration Instructions are part of the three volume user documentation. DANGER ! For your own safety Before you carry out any work on or - with the LASAG laser sources, you must absolutely read the chapter of the Safety Information in the Operater Instructions as well as the chapters corresponding to the respective activities.Product IdentificationThese Integration Instructions are applicable to the following laser sources:KLS 246 all typesSLS 200 all typesFLS all typesSLAB NNA N all typesThese integration instructions are updated for the laser control NLS V80.SwitzerlandLASAG AG • C.F.L. Lohnerstrasse 24 • CH-3602 Thun • SwitzerlandPhone +41-33-227 4545 • Fax +41-33-227 4573 • lasers@lasag.ch • www.lasag.comUSALASAG Industrial-Lasers • A Division of the SWATCH Group (US) Inc.1615 Barclay Boulevard • Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 • U.S.A.Phone +1-847-483 6300 • Fax +1-847-483 6333 • lasers@lasag.comGermanyLASAG Industrial-Lasers • A Division of the SWATCH Group (Deutschland) GmbHHohenzollernstrasse 16 • D-75177 Pforzheim • GermanyPhone +49-7231-3872 670 • Fax +49-7231-3872 679 • lasag-d@swatchgroup.comItalyLASAG Industrial-Lasers • A Division of LASCOR S.p.A.Via Piave 98 • IT-21018 Sesto Calende • ItalyPhone +39-0331-924 881 • Fax +39-0331-919 384 • lascor@swatchgroup.comJapanLASAG Industrial-Lasers • A Division of the SWATCH Group (Japan) KKNippon Express BILT-1, 5F • Baraki, 2526-23, Ichikawa-shi, Chiba, 272-0004 • JapanPhone +81-47-329 7099 • Fax +81-47-328 3590 • lasag@jp.swatchgroup.comINDUSTRIAL - LASERS  Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 00 - 01A COMPANY OF THE
  3. 3. Integration Instructions Laser Sources with NLSTable of contentsChapter 1 Introduction and additional Safety Notices 86.0651-01Chapter 2 Laser Materials Processing 86.0651-02Chapter 3 Start-up and further Life cycles 86.0651-03Chapter 4 Setting-up a Processing Installation 86.0651-04Chapter 5 System Interfaces 86.0651-05Chapter 6 USER Interfaces X51 and X52 86.0651-06Chapter 7 Setting-up and Settings of the Laser Control System 86.0651-07Chapter 8 Terminals and Modem Operation 86.0651-08Chapter 9 Schematic Diagrams Mains Connection and User Interfaces 86.0651-09Chapter 10 Schematic Diagrams Accessories and Terminals 86.0651-10INDUSTRIAL - LASERS  Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 00 - 02A COMPANY OF THE
  4. 4. Integration instructionsLaser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety notices1 Introduction and additional safety noticesTable of contents1.1 Foreword 2 1.1.1 Documentation overview 2 1.1.2 Exemption from liability 2 1.1.3 Copyright 21.2 Authorised persons 3 1.2.1 Personnel qualification for setting up a processing unit 3 1.2.2 Personnel qualification for the integration procedure 3 1.2.3 Personnel qualification for making the connection to the mains 3 1.2.4 Personnel qualification for individual chapters 3 1.2.5 Training 31.3 Additional safety notices 31.4 Danger signs and labels for processing systems and processing dangers 41.5 Statutory regulations governing integration work 41.6 Brief instruction on the integration of LASAG lasers 5 1.6.1 Overview 5 1.6.2 Space requirement 6 1.6.3 Heat dissipation 7 1.6.4 Mains power connection 9 1.6.5 Process gases and extraction 10 1.6.6 Personal safety 10 1.6.7 Drive 12 1.6.8 Operation 15 1.6.9 Customer services 16INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 0A COMPANY OF THE
  5. 5. Integration instructionsLaser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety notices1.1 Foreword1.1.1 Documentation overviewThe user documentation consists of the following three volumes:Operator instructionsThe operator instructions are to be used by the user staff as a training and working aid for the safe andappropriate operation and maintenance of LASAG laser sources.Integration instructionsThe integration instructions are to be used by the integration staff as a training and working aid for- creating the customer-based installations for commissioning the laser source- the electrical integration of the laser sources with NLS into a processing unit- the laser-based installation of a processing unit- the safe handling of the laser source in the other life-cycle phasesService instructionsThe service instructions describe to the service personnel the safe implementation of the commissioningprocedure and maintenance plan, the safe repair if faults should occur, and gives details of spare parts.Customer-specific documents and updates relating to all instructions are contained in chapter 9 of theOperator instructions.1.1.2 Exemption from liabilityLASAG AG is not liable for any faults in this documentation. Liability for direct and indirect damage arisingfrom the delivery or use of this documentation is excluded provided this is legally permissible.1.1.3 CopyrightReprinting this document, including extracts of it, is prohibited. No part of this document may be re-produced in any form, or processed, duplicated or distributed by any means - electronic, mechanical,photocopying, recording or otherwise - without the written permission of LASAG AG. All rights reserved,especially the right of duplication and translation, and the patent or registration rights.INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 0A COMPANY OF THE
  6. 6. Integration instructionsLaser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety notices1.2 Authorised persons1.2.1 Personnel qualification for setting up a processing unitIn terms of instructions and assessment, the setting up of a laser unit requires a person with experiencein this work who must have successfully completed a course for laser safety advisers recognised by theauthorities.1.2.2 Personnel qualification for the integration procedureThese activities may be carried out only by professional technical staff of this discipline or by staff pos-sessing the equivalent mechanical and electrical knowledge. The acceptance testing of the work relatingto safety functions and to compliance with the relevant standards must be done by a member of thetechnical staff trained for this.1.2.3 Personnel qualification for making the connection to the mainsPersonnel who make the mains connection require an authorization in accordance with stateregulations.1.2.4 Personnel qualification for individual chaptersAdditional personnel qualifications are also required for individual chapters.1.2.5 TrainingThe manufacturers customer service shall be pleased to provide information on training courses.1.3 Additional safety notices DANGER Electric shock During all work on parts of electrical systems, the mains supply is to be disconnected from all terminals on the customer side and to be locked with a padlock. Parts of electrical systems are to short-circuited with the grounding connector before they are touched. DANGER Reduced safety if cables are damaged Lay cables for safety circuits and warning lamps in such a way as to protect them against all types of damage. Warning lamps must be redundant (several of them) or fail-safe. CAUTION Risk of tripping with badly laid cables. Lay cables away from walking and rest areas.INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 0A COMPANY OF THE
  7. 7. Integration instructionsLaser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety notices1.4 Danger signs and labels for processing systems and processing dangersDanger signs and labels for the processing systems will be installed by the integrator.Danger signs and labels for the processing systems will be installed by the operator.1.5 Statutory regulations governing integration workLaser standard EN 60825-1:1994 applies in general, and it also contains important sections for the ope-rators of laser equipment.Installers and operators of laser processing systems are covered by ISO standards of class 11553: 1996and EN 12626: 1997.In addition, the state regulations must be complied with. For instance, in the USA the directive U.S. 21CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 (FDA) applies to laser equipment. ANSI Z 136.1: 1993 “For the safe use of la-sers” applies in addition to operators.INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 0A COMPANY OF THE
  8. 8. Integration instructions Laser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety notices 1.6 Brief instruction on the integration of LASAG lasers 1.6.1 Overview Introduction Sales discussion Integration / Installation of LASAG lasers • Operator training (1 day) • Service and maintenance (2 days) Order • Integration / Installation (1 day) • Application training (1-2 days) • Integration instructions Order confirmation • Commissioning checklist  returned to LASAG completed Installation On receipt of the completed checklist über 1000 mm Commissioning checklist bis 2000 mm ± 0,5 mmAbweichungen für Masse ohne Toleranzangaben See chapter 3.1.8 • The IBN checklist ensures that the conditions for commissioning the laser have been met by the desired time (power, water connections, etc.) über 315 mm bis 1000 mm • 1 completed copy per commissioning location is returned to LASAG ± 0,3 mm • The distribution is adapted to the circumstances on a case by case basis 1 über 120 mm Checklist bis 315 mm ± 0,2 mm Endkunde LASAG Final Customer über 30 mm bis 120 mm ± 0,15 mm 2 Checklist Example: the distribution if LASAG sells directly to the end customer bis 30 mm ± 0,1 mm ung dürfen sie nicht kopiert, vervielfältigt, auch niemals dritten Personen errecht an diesen Zeichnungen und allen Beilagen, die dem Empfänger anvertraut sind, verbleibt jederzeit unserer Firma. Ohne schriftliche der zugänglich gemacht werden. INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 0 A COMPANY OF THE AG, Thun
  9. 9. Integration instructions Laser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional 1 Aufbau und Dimensionen 1 Setup and Dimensions safety notices Overall documentation Laserquelle FLS N/C/CL Laser source FLS N/C/CL Operator instructions • Safety notices, 2410 layout and function, menus, operation, error messages, maintenance, 150 100 780 customer-specific documents 460 1950 Integration instructions • Safety notices, laser material processing, commissioning, setup, interfaces, laser control, terminals, schematic diagrams 2015* 1 Service instructions 1410* • Safety notices, technical data, WRD, error messages, accessories, adjustments, repair, 1206* 2 maintenance, schematic diagrams 1 Aufbau und und Dimensionen 1 Aufbau Dimensionen 100* 3 1 Setup and and Dimensions 1 Setup Dimensions 1.6.2 Space requirement *) mobile Option +25mm Laserquelle FLS N/C/CL Laserquelle FLS N/C/CL FLS LaserFLS 542N, 552N, 642N, 652N, 1042N/C/CL Laser source FLS N/C/CL Laser source FLS N/C/CL 1760 150 100 780 2410 2410 150 150 100 100 780 780 Anschlüsse 460 1300 460 460 1950 1950 Netz Steckerplatte Kühlwasser Connections 2015* 2015* 2015* 1 1 Mains 1 1 2 Connector plate 1410* 1410* 1410* 1206* 1206* 1206* 3 Cooling water 2 2 2 100* 100* 3 3 3 100* *) mobile Option +25mm *) mobile*) mobile Option +25mm Option +25mmFLS 342N, 352N542CL FLS FLS 542N, 552N, 642N, 652N, 1042N/C/CL FLS 542N, 552N,FLS 1042CL1042N/C/CL 642N, 652N, Min. wall clearance: FLS 342N 1760 1760 FLS 642N 150100 150 100 780 780 100 mm Anschlüsse Anschlüsse FLS 352N 460 460 1300 FLS 652N 1300 Netz Netz FLS 542N FLS 1042N Steckerplatte Steckerplatte FLS 552N Kühlwasser KühlwasserINDUSTRIAL - LASERS DS: 47-20-05, 90-10-20 Lasag AG, Thun, 18.09.06 CM 86 . 0392 - 01 - 01 Connections Connections 2015* 2015* 1 1 1 Mains Mains 1A COMPANY OF THE 2 Connector plate plate 2 Connector 1410* 1410* 1206* 1206* 3 Cooling water water 3 Cooling 2 2 3 3 100* 100* *) mobile*) mobile Option +25mm Option +25mm FLS 342N, 352N352N FLS 342N, INDUSTRIAL- LASERS I N D U S T N DA L - R AA L - S A S E R S I RI UST L I SERL © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 Thun, 18.09.06 86 . 0651 0392 .-039201 - 01 DS: 47-20-05, 90-10-20 DS: 47-20-05, 90-10-20 Lasag AG, Thun, 18.09.06 CM86 . - 86 010 01 Lasag AG, CM CM 01 - - - A COMPANY OF THE OF THE A COMPANY A COMPANY OF THE
  10. 10. 1 1Setup and Dimensions Setup and Dimensions Laserquelle KLS 246 Laserquelle KLS 246 Laser source KLS 246 Laser source KLS 246 Integration instructions Laser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional 1 Setup and Dimensions safety notices 1 Setup and Dimensions Laserquelle SLS 200 CL/CL8 Laserquelle SLS 200 CL/CL8 Laser source SLS 200 CL/CL8 KLS and SLS lasers Laser source SLS 200 CL/CL8 KLS 246 SLS 200 KLS 246CL SLS 200 CLI N D U S TS T A LA-L L-AL A S E R S INDU RIRI SERS DS: 47-20-07, 90-10-20 DS: 47-20-07, 90-10-20 Lasag AG, Thun, 13.03.98 FPFP Lasag AG, Thun, 13.03.98 86860392 - 01010303 . . 0392 - - -A COMPANY OFOF THE A COMPANY THE Provide access to service hatches: • keep 0.8 m clear on both sides or • unit can be moved • SLS 200 CL16: Free circulation of air must be provided both from the side (inlet) and from below - 02 - 10 86 . 0444 INDUSTRIAL- LASERS DS: 47-20-11, 90-10-20 © Lasag AG, Thun, 29.09.06 CM (outlet). 86 . 0444 - 02 - 10 INDUSTRIAL- LASERS A COMPANY OF THE DS: 47-20-11, 90-10-20 © Lasag AG, Thun, 29.09.06 CM A COMPANY OF THE 1.6.3 Heat dissipation See also chapter 3.1.5 • All laser power supplies are water-cooled, except those for the SLS 200 CL16 and the DLS. They are air-cooled. • An industrial or drinking water supply is required for the water cooling. • The air-cooled devices give off their heat into the surroundings. • The water-cooled devices also give off a little of their heat into the room. • At temperatures below 3°C the lasers cannot be switched because of the risk of frozen cooling water. The following applies to all devices: • Ambient temperature (operation) 10...35°C (average over 24 h) max. 40°C • Ambient temperature (storage) 5...40°C • Max. rel. humidity 80% • Max. noise level 65 dBA, at a distance of 1 m (SLS 200 CL16: 70 dBA) INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 0 A COMPANY OF THE
  11. 11. Integration instructionsLaser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety noticesHeat dissipation into the room Laser type Max. heat dissipation Max. air intake temperature SLS 200 CL16 2.5 kW 40°C Other lasers ≤ 0.4 kW + laser power 40°CWater connectionThe following applies to all water-cooled laser types: Min. water pressure 4 bar Max. water pressure 8 bar Max. water temperature (inlet) 20°C Min. water temperature (inlet) 10°C Drinking or industrial water Water quality Non-corrosive for non-ferrous metals Recommended hose size Nominal diameter (ND) 16 mmRecommendation:• Connect the supplied electrically operated water valve directly to the wall-mounted water connec- tion in order to make a non-pressurised hose connection to the laser.• If the drain line is also pressurised, then it too must be made into a non-pressurised connection by means of a water valve.The water consumption and heat discharge into the water can be found in the technical data in chapter 2of the service instructions.INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 0A COMPANY OF THE
  12. 12. Integration instructionsLaser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety notices1.6.4 Mains power connectionSee also chapter 3.1.6• The fuse protection on the customers premises must be in accordance with the table below.• In order to comply, a safety cut-out switch with characteristic D curve (10..14xIn for max. 0.5..1.5 sec., in accordance with EN 60898) is recommended.• In the event of failure of the safety cut-out all 3 phases must be disconnected from the mains simul- taneously (all-phase switch-off)• For optimum personal safety, the installation of a residual current circuit breaker with a sensitivity of 300 mA is recommended on the customers premises.• The laser power supplies for the FLS series and the SLS 200 CL16 are suitable for connection to 50 Hz and 60 Hz mains power supplies.• The laser power supplies of the KLS 246, SLS 200 and SLS 200CL series (except CL16) can be sup- plied either for 50 Hz or 60 Hz mains power supplies.Rated power, power consumption and fuse protection can be found in the technical data in Chapter 2 ofthe service instructions.INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 0A COMPANY OF THE
  13. 13. Integration instructions Laser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety notices 1.6.5 Process gases and extraction See also chapter 2 Process gases Process gases are frequently used to achieve optimum processing. Process Gases Pressure Consumption Drilling O2, N2, Air 6-15 bar 50-100 l/min Cutting O2, N2, Air 2-20 bar 20-150 l/min Welding Ar, H2, He 1-4 bar 10-30 l/min Extraction • Some toxic by-products are produced by the working process (vapours, smoke, ash, gases). • It is recommended that a suitable extraction unit with appropriate filters (fine dust, active carbon) is installed. • In all cases the local regulations (maximum allowable concentrations, MAC list) must be complied with. 1.6.6 Personal safety über 1000 mm bis 2000 mm See also chapters 4 and 5 ± 0,5 mmAbweichungen für Masse ohne Toleranzangaben Basic diagram showing the Emergency-off link between laser and processing machine. über 315 mm bis 1000 mm ± 0,3 mm Maschine Laser Machine über 120 mm bis 315 mm ± 0,2 mm Not-Aus/E-Stop Not-Aus/E-Stop über 30 mm bis 120 mm ± 0,15 mm Safety- Safety- Relay Relay bis 30 mm ± 0,1 mm X50 sie nicht kopiert, vervielfältigt, auch niemals dritten Personen diesen Zeichnungen und allen Beilagen, die dem Empfänger sind, verbleibt jederzeit unserer Firma. Ohne schriftliche INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 10 glich gemacht werden. A COMPANY OF THE
  14. 14. Integration instructions Laser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety notices Class 1 laser (default “normal case”): Processing room enclosed Operating hatch secured with interlock switch Operators not exposed to any laser radiation über 1000 mm bis 2000 mm ± 0,5 mm Abweichungen für Masse ohne Toleranzangaben Bedienungsöffnung mit Interlaockschalter Operation door with Interlock-switch über 315 mm bis 1000 mm ± 0,3 mm über 120 mm über 1000 mm bis 315 mm bis 2000 mm ± 0,2 mm ± 0,5 mmAbweichungen für Masse ohne Toleranzangaben Bedienungsöffnung mit Interlaockschalter Operation door with Interlock-switch über 315 mm bis 1000 mm über 30 mm bis 120 mm ± 0,15 mm ± 0,3 mm Y X über 120 mm bis 30 mm bis 315 mm ± 0,1 mm ± 0,2 mm Bearbeitungsraum laserdicht Working room laserproof über 30 mm bis 120 mm ± 0,15 mm Y Genehmigung dürfen sie nicht kopiert, vervielfältigt, auch niemals dritten Personen Das Urheberrecht an diesen Zeichnungen und allen Beilagen, die dem Empfänger X Class 4 laser (allowed only as an exception): persönlich anvertraut sind, verbleibt jederzeit unserer Firma. Ohne schriftliche Zugangstür mit Interlockschalter bis 30 mm ± 0,1 mm Entrance door with Interlock-switch work room secured against unauthorized access with interlock switch Bearbeitungsraum laserdicht Operators can be exposed to direct laser radiation or unwanted radiation and must wear protective Working room laserproof clothing. Genehmigung dürfen sie nicht kopiert, vervielfältigt, auch niemals dritten Personen Das Urheberrecht an diesen Zeichnungen und allen Beilagen, die dem Empfänger mitgeteilt oder zugänglich gemacht werden. persönlich anvertraut sind, verbleibt jederzeit unserer Firma. Ohne schriftliche Zugangstür mit Interlockschalter Entrance door with Interlock-switch © LASAG AG, Thun Y X mitgeteilt oder zugänglich gemacht werden. Raum laserdicht, Bedienpersonal mit Schutzkleidung wird verwendet für Room laserproof, operating personnel with protection clothes to the recipient personally, remain vested in our company at all times. The same may not be The Copyright for all of the drawings and related appendages, wich have been handed over © LASAG AG, Thun 86.0650 01 11.indd Y Furthermore, they may not be made available or otherwise disclosed to any third party. copied or replicated in any way in whole or in part without our prior consent in writing. X Datei Typ: ai Werkstoff Therm. Behandlung Oberfläche Bearbeitung Raum laserdicht, Bedienpersonal mit Schutzkleidung wird verwendet für Room laserproof, operating personnel with protection clothes to the recipient personally, remain vested in our company at all times. The same may not be The Copyright for all of the drawings and related appendages, wich have been handed over Änderungen Ersetzt durch Kanten ohne Angaben 86.0650a01 11.indd 00.00.07 CM b c d 0,2-0,3 mm brechen Furthermore, they may not be made available or otherwise disclosed to any third party. copied or replicated in any way in whole or in part without our prior consent in writing. Ersatz für e f g h Gewinde 6H/6g Masstab Gezeichnet 01.10.07 CM Datei Typ: ai Integrationsanleitung Kapitel 1 Pictures Geprüft Therm. Behandlung 1:1 Werkstoff Oberfläche BearbeitungFreigegeben © LASAG LTD, Thun DS 00-00-00 Änderungen Ersetzt durch Kanten ohne Angaben Dok Artikelnummer Blatt b c 86.0650 01 03 a 00.00.07 CM d 0,2-0,3 mm brechen INDUSTRIAL- LASERS Ersatz für e f g h Gewinde 6H/6g Masstab Gezeichnet 01.10.07 CM Integrationsanleitung Kapitel 1 Pictures Geprüft 1:1 Freigegeben © LASAG LTD, Thun DS 00-00-00 Artikelnummer Dok Blatt INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 11 INDUSTRIAL- LASERS 86.0650 01 03 A COMPANY OF THE
  15. 15. Integration instructionsLaser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety notices1.6.7 DriveSee chapter 6Parallel interfaces USER1...8• The laser can be remote-controlled via the USER interfaces using standard 24V interfaces.• Ideal for controlling SPS control systems.• The USER1 interface on plug X51 is fitted as standard to every laser.• Other interfaces are optional.• Some options require a 2-board NLS.USER1, standard, 1-board NLS adequate Signal description Designation 1 Action group request and acknowledge signal. RC, RCA The action groups must not be occupied by a terminal if the USER interfaces are to be used to control the system. 2 Laser clock signals RF, TP switch over to external laser clock and input for external trigger pulse. Stop signal to block laser pulses. HL Stop signal to block laser pulses. FP, WP 3 Driving the beam shutter, SOC, SO opens and closes the beam shutter with acknowledge signal. 4 Triggering a series of pulses PB corresponds to the number of pulses contained in the WPS. 5 Ramping PR triggers a continuous transition to the ramping pulse width or goes back to the normal pulse width. 6 Gas valve GVALV opens and closes the gas valve in the processing head. 7 Choosing recipes 1 – 3 LP0, LP1 choice of other recipes with USER 3B. 8 Selection of fiber optic cable statuses 0 - 3 LL0, LL1, FINP1 provided a corresponding time sharing configuration was selected for the fiber-optic cables. Choice of other fiber-optic cable statuses with USER 3B. Acknowledge signal that the status has been achieved. 9 Output to indicate laser status. OK The signal can be configured with an integrator parameter in accordance with requirements.USER 2A, optional, 2-board NLS required• USER2 is the parallel interface for CNC or SPS for transmitting laser parameters to the laser control system and also for the WPS and all recipes.• The ST and TSS protocols are supported.INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 12A COMPANY OF THE
  16. 16. Integration instructionsLaser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety noticesUSER 3B, optional, 2-board NLS required Signal description Designation 1 Choice of recipes 4 - 15, in addition to recipes 1 - 3 LP2, LP3 that can even be selected with signals on USER1. 2 Selection of the fiber-optic cable statuses 5 - 8 in addition to LL2 fiber-optic cable statuses 1 – 4, that can even be selected with signals on USER1. 3 Input for switching off the laser. LOFF In the event of external error conditions, e.g. in the CNC, the laser can be switched off. 4 Output to indicate laser status. LSTAT0 This output is in addition to the OK output and can also be configured to be the same.USER 4A, optional, no 2-board NLS required, combination with USER 3B required.• The two interfaces USER 3B and USER 4A give improved integration of the laser into a higher-order machine.• They allow the laser to be powered up or down via the SPS, without having to execute manual func- tions or checks on the laser.• The interlock key switch has a third position to allow it to switch over to local function if maintenance work is required.• In addition, there is also a message contact at the mushroom-shaped emergency-off button.USER 5A, optional, 2-board NLS required• This option provides a second opener contact at the mushroom-shaped emergency-off button. (For those users who do not need the other functions of USER 4A).USER 6A, multiple workstations, optional, 2-board NLS not required• This interface provides the interlock and fiber-shutter signals that are needed when work is to be done independently of one another with several fibers at several workstations.• In this case, a workstation manager is required to ensure synchronisation of the individual worksta- tions with the laser.• This workstation manager is not part of the accessories supplied by LASAG lasers and must be cre- ated by the integrator himselfUSER 7A/8A, fast shutter, optional, 2-board NLS not required• To drive the fast shutter, the two options of USER 7A (fast shutter only in the area of the interface plug) and USER 8A (fast shutter and signals of USER 4A in the area A of the interface plug) are available.• Attention: the drive of the fast shutter is not controlled by the laser control system, which is why the integrator himself has to take care of the synchronisation between laser beam and fast shutter movement.• Key words: do not shoot onto the moving shutter, do not exceed the maximum closing time.INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 13A COMPANY OF THE
  17. 17. Integration instructionsLaser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety noticesPin assignment of options X52 and X53, max. number of plugs• The USER1 interface on plug X51 is fitted as standard to every laser.• The other optional interfaces are routed to the reserve plugs X52 and X53.• Every plug has space for a signal group A and a signal group B.• The signal groups can be combined as required.• The number of plugs is limited.• KLS 246 and SLS 200 have only one spare space, whereas the FLS N have two spare spaces.• It should be noted that the option of an external operating panel (X54 OEM) requires a plug of this type.• The maximal possible number of plugs has to be checked all the time.X 50 SYSTEM, standard interface for safety requirements Signal description Designation 1 Connection for the processing rooms interlock switch. Opener and closer 2 Connection of emergency-off contacts, Opener and in order to be able, for example, to switch off the laser with the handling Emer- closer gency-off push-button. 3 Connection to two free contacts of the laser Emergency-off button Opener and in order to be able, for example, to switch off the laser with the handling Emer- closer gency-off push-button. 4 Potential-free contact for switching the cooling system. It can be used to switch the external cooling water and an external cooler. 5 Outputs for additional displays. Laser warning lamp, beam blocking lamp, laser-on lamp.X54 OEM, optional external operating panel• With this option, the operating panel on the laser is dropped and is installed externally via this inter- face, e.g. on the machine operating panel.• The main switch remains on the laser, the mushroom-shaped Emergency-off button must be installed at a suitable spot by the customer.• It is recommended that the USER 4 interface (optional) is used to remotely switch on the laser.COM1/2/3/4 serial interfaces• The laser is operated and remotely controlled via the serial interfaces.• Extensive access facilities to the internal system variables (for diagnostic purposes) are possible.• For this reason, the serial interfaces are suitable primarily for connection of the LASAG operating terminals and also for the remote diagnostics via modems.• Two interfaces, COM1 and COM2, are available as standard, with COM2 normally being occupied by an operating terminal.• Two more interfaces, COM3 and COM4, are available as an option.• A 24V power supply for the terminals is available on plug X61.• The interfaces are PC compatible.INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 14A COMPANY OF THE
  18. 18. Integration instructionsLaser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety notices1.6.8 Operation Operating devices The following devices are available for operating LASAG lasers: • Hand-held operating device HT2 Enables access to all parameters and infor- mation. It is not possible to change the shape of a laser pulse. But its length and intensity can be changed. • Built-in terminal ET1 Suitable only for VCPS power supplies (no RTPS power supplies). Enables access to all parameters and infor- mation of a VCPS power supply. • Built-in terminal ET2 (under development) Enables access to all parameters and infor- mation of all laser types. It is also possible to change without restriction the pulse shape in RTPS power supplies. Operating program PCT1 Runs on a PC using Windows 95 and higher. (at least 1 serial I/F). Same range of functions and operating interface as ET1. Operating program PCT2 Runs on a PC using Windows 95 and higher. (at least Pentium 200 MHz, 1 serial I/F). Same range of functions and operating interface as ET2. In addition, a link to the LASAG applica- tion database is possible.User groups / Passwords• It is possible with every operating device to define proprietary passwords for different user groups (e.g. operator, expert, service engineer, etc.) and to specifically direct their competencies in this way.• This means that an operator without sufficient knowledge can be prevented from making illegal changes to the manufacturing process.INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 15A COMPANY OF THE
  19. 19. Integration instructionsLaser sources with NLS 1 Introduction and additional safety notices1.6.9 Customer servicesParts subject to wear and service parts Flash lampsParts subject to wear (wear parts) Protective goggles Deionised water Spare Parts and AccessoriesSpare parts chapter 7 of the service instructionsTool set The special tools required for maintenance(supplied with every laser)Recommendation: keep a suitable quantity of spare parts in stock.Stipulated maintenance work 1 shift per day several shifts per dayMaintenance plan for operators Daily At shift changeBy customer personnel Monthly, Weekly(in accordance with chapter 7 of the opera- Every 6 months Monthly,tor instructions)Maintenance plan for service personnelBy Lasag personnel or trained customerpersonnel Annually Every 6 months(in accordance with chapter 8 of the serviceinstructions)Additional services on the part of the customer service departmentMaintenance contracts Recommendation: 1 service/maintenance per shift and year Can be adapted to customer wishesExtended warranty Example: “Europa Integral” 24 months, excluding wear parts and optical com- ponents (laser rod, mirrors, lenses, beam expanders)INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 01 - 16A COMPANY OF THE
  20. 20. Integration instructionsLaser sources with NLS 2 Laser material processing2 Laser material processingThis chapter contains a short introduction to laser fine processing with LASAG lasers and typical settingsfor some examples.Table of contents2.1 Safety notices 22.2 Lasers in material processing 22.3 Rules for laser beam parameters and beam quality 22.4 Fiber technology and robotics 32.5 Laser material processing: typical parameters 42.6 Laser drilling: typical parameters 4 2.6.1 Drilling parameters and suitable material 5 2.6.2 Drilling: function of LASAG lasers (including percussion) 52.7 Laser material processing: cutting with Nd:YAG pulses 6 2.7.1 Laser cutting: typical parameters 7 2.7.2 Laser material processing: cutting - laser parameter relationship 7 2.7.3 Cutting: influence of gas and gas quality 8 2.7.4 Cutting steel with KLS / FLS models 92.8 Laser material processing: Welding 10 2.8.1 Laser welding: typical parameters 11 2.8.2 Laser welding: influence of the gas 11 2.8.3 Welding: joint geometries 12 2.8.4 Welding: wire geometries 13 2.8.4 Welding: weldability of similar materials 14 2.8.6 Welding: weldability of dissimilar materials 15INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 02 - 0A COMPANY OF THE
  21. 21. Integration instructions Laser sources with NLS 2 Laser material processing 2.1 Safety notices DANGER Take note of the composition of the material! Certain reaction products are hazardous to health. Comply with the maximum allow- able concentrations (MAC) and take precautionary measures, e.g. extraction, breathing masks, etc. Certain materials explode or burn in the presence of oxygen. 2.2 Lasers in material processing Laser source Typical applications Cutting, welding, abrading, marking, scribing CO2 of: metals. glass, ceramics, plastics Micro-abrading, cutting, drilling Excimer of: ceramics, semi-conductors, organic materials Diode laser Hardening, soldering, welding of metals, plastics (Micro-) cutting, drilling, welding, marking, abrading Pulsed Nd:YAG of: metals, ceramics, semi-conductors, crystals cw-Nd:YAG Cutting, welding of metals über 1000 mm bis 2000 mm ± 0,5 mmAbweichungen für Masse ohne Toleranzangaben In combination with beam guide/forming, CNC, robots über 315 mm bis 1000 mm ± 0,3 mm 2.3 Rules for laser beam parameters and beam quality f f ∠ über 120 mm bis 315 mm ± 0,2 mm Qf 2W(Zo) 2Wo 2Wf über 30 mm bis 120 mm ± 0,15 mm Zo Zi ZRF bis 30 mm ± 0,1 mm nicht kopiert, vervielfältigt, auch niemals dritten Personen en Zeichnungen und allen Beilagen, die dem Empfänger , verbleibt jederzeit unserer Firma. Ohne schriftliche INDUSTRIAL- LASERS © Lasag AG, Thun, 10.01.08 CM 86 . 0651 - 02 - 0 gemacht werden. A COMPANY OF THE

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