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Jenoptik Demonstrates its Innovative Laser Processing Equipment During SNEC 2012

Jenoptik's Lasers and Material Processing division exhibits its laser sources and laser machines to promote effective and innovative photovoltaic production in the markets of Asia.

JENOPTIK-VOTAN¢ç Solas Multi

At the trade fair SNEC 2012, taking place from May 16 to 18, 2012 at Shanghai New International Expo Center, Shanghai, China, Jenoptik will demonstrate its innovative products such as:

  • The newly-launched infrared disk lasers JenLas disk IR50E and JenLas disk IR70E with flexible and optimized laser parameters for the photovoltaic sector. These E-version lasers (E = extended) ensures shorter pulse lengths, consistent high pulse energies and higher repetition rates. The laser's pulse lengths can be independently altered for repetition rate and laser power. The new JenLas disk IRxxE lasers comply with the standards of Laser Fired Contacts (LFC) with up to 25,000 contacts per second, Metal Wrap Through (MWT), Laser Edge Isolation (LEI), and Emitter Wrap Through (EWT).
  • The femtosecond laser JenLas D2.fs will be demonstrated. Using the disk laser technology, this laser ensures excellent parameter stability, thereby setting new standard for femtosecond technology's laser sources. The laser generates high pulse energies and enables operation at high repetition range. When the beam quality of M2 £ 1.25 pairs with the pulse duration of £ 400 fs, innovative industrial laser applications in photovoltaics can be achieved. With OEM design, the laser sources JenLas disk IR50E / IR70E and JenLas D2.fs can be ideally integrated into every laser machine.
  • Another innovation is the world's first machine generation of JENOPTIK-VOTAN Solas Multi. Any structuring process can rely on this universal mass production laser machine system. It will also be effective as an R&D pilot system for optimizing customized thin-film photovoltaic modules. JENOPTIK-VOTAN Solas Multi for structuring and JENOPTIK-VOTAN Solas LED for edge deletion can process thin-film solar modules of all size ranges.

Source: http://www.jenoptik.com/

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