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LCI Laser Control Interface

Laser Control Interface

The LCI is designed to meet the needs of laser processing system OEMs with demanding throughput and accuracy requirements. Working under any ACS SPiiPlus Platform EtherCAT master controller, the LCI tightly synchronizes control of a fixed beam laser with motion. Sub-microsecond latency enables high-accuracy laser micromachining, while high pulse frequencies bring high levels of throughput. Synchronize your laser and motion control with up to five axes.

Key Specs and Capabilities

Laser Control Modes

Position Based Triggering

    • Fixed Distance Pulsing
    • Segment-Based Gating
    • Coordinate Array Pulsing
    • Distance Array Gating
    • Coordinate Array Gating
    • Distance Array Gating

Combined Triggering Modes for Added Flexibility

    • Fixed Distance Pulsing AND Segment-Based Gating
    • Fixed Distance Pulsing AND Coordinate Array Gating
    • Other Possibilities
Velocity-Based Power Control
    • 3 power control output formats (PWM, Analog, 8 Bit Port)
    • Standard vector or user-defined velocity calculation
    • Analog inputs for power monitoring
    • Power control output(s) and laser triggering output can be activated simultaneously
Integrated Triggering and Power Control
    • Fixed Distance Pulsing with Dynamic Pulse Width
    • Segment-Based Gating and PWM Power Control
    • Coordinate Array Based Gating and PWM Power Control
    • Other Possibilities


Key Specifications

    • Logic Supply: 24 Vdc
    • Digital I/O: 8/8
    • Laser Control Signal Interface: RS422 differential or 5/24V Single Ended
    • Max Pulse Frequency: 16 MHz
    • Achievable Laser Pulse Accuracy: Sub-micron (stage and process dependent)
    • Dimensions (HxWxD): 134×75.4×31 (mm)
    • Download the datasheet for more information


Key Capabilities

Technical Resources


LCI Datasheet (English)

LCI Datasheet (Chinese)


LCI CE Self Declaration

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CAD Files


LCI 2D DWG Drawing


LCI Installation Guide

Software Downloads

SPiiPlus ADK Suite

Additional Links and Downloads

Laser Processing Systems

LCI vs. LCM - Differences