tarm G8 LD Green Diode Laser with ShowNET
The tarm G8 LD show laser projector is a pure diode solution with analogue colour modulation and a guaranteed output power of 8'000 mW.
The tarm G8 LD units have a built-in network DAC for Showcontroller and Showeditor, but also can be controlled with any ILDA laser control software such as Pangolin Quickshow, Pangolin Beyond, LSX, Lasergraph DSP, etc. via external ILDA interface (e.g. FB3). They also have a built-in memory with pre-set patterns, that can be easily triggered through DMX, automatic mode.
The tarm G8 LD comes with integrated ShowNET network interface and free laser show software.
The projector has good specifications with a beam diameter of ca. 4.5 mm and a beam divergence of less than 0.9 mrad (full angle). It is equipped with a green (9'000 mW / 520 nm) diode laser source.
The tarm G8 LD devices have very fast scanners, running at 45 kpps@8° ILDA and scanning a maximum scan angle of 50°, upgrades to CT-scanners with 60 kpps@8° ILDA and a deflection angle of up to 60° are available on request. These specifications definitely make the units perfectly suitable for professional applications and ideal for graphics projections.
This show laser light has a switchable scan safety and switches for x-axis and y-axis flip.
The housing of the tarm G8 LD is built very rugged and in a dust-proof way, so there is no air circulation inside the enclosure. This reduces maintenance efforts to a minimum.
The mounting bracket allows for hanging and for upright mounting of the laser system.
The tarm G8 LD is suitable for demanding show laser applications and graphics projections in clubs, bars and on medium-sized stages and can be used by beginners as well as professionals.
tarm G8 LD Green Diode Laser with ShowNET 8,000mW
- Green Diode Laser
- 8'000 mW guaranteed output power
- A very fast maximum scan speed of 45 kpps@8° ILDA for graphics projection
- High-precision diode arrays provide an excellent beam divergence of less than 0.9 mrad for a low beam diameter
- Pure diode laser
- Novel method for increasing the power density of the red laser beam