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Ray Technologies releases 100W ultra power laser system RTI NANO RGB 100

Ray Technologies releases 100W ultra power laser system RTI NANO RGB 100
Ray Technologies releases 100W ultra power laser system RTI NANO RGB 100

Ray Technologies GmbH, the German manufacturer of high-end laser systems, announced the release of its 100W ultra power laser system RTI NANO RGB 100, which not only has full colour mixture but also professional scanning capabilities like a normal professional laser system. “Maintaining a high scan speed with such powerful lasers is pretty challenging as the diameter of the laser beam usually increases significantly with the power, so it cannot fit the small mirrors needed to create the images with,” explains Norbert Stangl, CMO of the Laserworld Group. “The latest generation of RTI RSL modules are the key to success in the NANO RGB 100, as they provide a very thin beam even at high powers and are maintenance free.”

The RTI NANO RGB 100 can scan with up to 38kpps at 8° according to ILDA standard which is incredibly fast for a system of this power. The laser sources do more than 30W red, 32W green and 54W blue, which mix to create a great white balance. The divergence of the beam is an incredible ca. 0.9 mrad.

“It was essential for us to develop a system with all components integrated to one housing including a closed AC unit that allows for operation of the system anywhere between -20 and +60°C,” continues Stangl.

With its weatherproof housing, the RTI NANO RGB 100 is suitable for outdoor use and can be mounted in many different ways.

Typical applications for these extreme laser powers will be sky laser or landmark installations, long distance graphics projections (towards mountains or buildings, for example), for multimedia shows, advertising but also for use at big festivals.

Ray Technologies releases 100W ultra power laser system RTI NANO RGB 100Ray Technologies releases 100W ultra power laser system RTI NANO RGB 100

23rd June 2021

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