THE OMNICURE® SERIES 2000 UV/VISIBLE SPOT CURING SYSTEM IS THE MOST INTELLIGENT SYSTEM OF ITS KIND
● 200W lamp technology with up to 30W/cm2 of output and a guaranteed life of
2000 hours, lowering operating costs
● Intelli-Lamp® technology will cool the lamp and extend lamp life while monitoring
accumulated lamp hours
● Closed-Loop Feedback technology automatically maintains exposure levels
for repeatable cures, ultimately controlling even the most advanced assembly
● Optional R2000 Radiometer can be combined to calibrate and set absolute
irradiance levels wirelessly from a single reference point
2000 Hour Lamp Life Guaranteed
The OmniCure® Series 2000 includes a new 200W lamp for plenty of power, with a guaranteed life of 2000 hours to lower cost of operation. Intelli-Lamp® technology automatically maintains the lamp hours directly on the lamp so no extra effort is required to activate lamp warranty.
The OmniCure® Series 2000 features EXFO’s Closed-Loop Feedback technology to continuously monitor the light at the source and automatically make adjustments to maintain the user selected set point. This ensures the required output level is maintained for every cure.
Combine your OmniCure® Series 2000 with the new R2000 Radiometer to calibrate and set specific irradiance values on your curing system. The handheld radiometer allows you to calibrate multiple curing systems from the same radiometer through wireless or serial communication.
The OmniCure® Series 2000 is ideal for automated processes. The curing system can be programmed and controlled externally from a PLC using the 15-pin I/O ports or directly from a PC via serial communication. PC software and commands are included with the system. External
devices are available for networking multiple systems.
Tack-Free Surface Curing of Acrylics
A special version of the OmniCure® Series 2000 system is available specifically for surface curing acrylic and methacrylic adhesives. This exclusive lamp technology promotes a smooth, tack-free surface finish without the need for an inert atmosphere during cure, or post-curing at elevated temperatures.