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Laser UnitsLaser units in the Purelight series from Laserworld AG feature a lightweight, smaller housing built with enhanced laser sources.

The Purelight series units are available in 6-, 10-, and 20-W powers and have graphics-capable scanners at 30 kpps 8° ILDA, which makes them suitable for a large number of laser show applications. The optics sections of the laser systems have no air circulation, which significantly reduces maintenance efforts for the Purelight systems.

Laser units in the Laserworld Purelight series have been designed as raw laser power at low cost, making them suitable for large nightclubs, festivals, outdoor stages, and any kind of application that requires high power and good white balance.

Autumn 2018

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