TARM is an established brand that has been in the laser industry for more than 35 years. Since January 2016, Tarm technologies joined forces with Laserworld Group and together released the new three Tarm laser systems.
The Tarm Two, Tarm Four and Tarm Seven are red, green and blue laser systems with analogue modulation. All feature 45kpps scanning at 8 degrees, a scan angle of 60 degrees and ILDA, these laser systems are perfect for professional laser applications.
Among the features previously mentioned the Tarm Two has a wide scan angle of ca. 3.0mm and a low beam divergence of 0.8 mrad (full angle). It has a total beam output of 2,500mW after optics and rugged housing that is dust proof and makes maintenance easy.
The Tarm Two show laser projectors are full colour white light RGB laser systems with full analogue colour modulation and diode-only equipment. It has a switchable scan safety and switches for x-axis and y-axis flip.
The Tarm Four and Seven comes with an advanced main board control via browser interface. Users are able to access the configuration settings for colour and scanning directly, by simply connecting to the laser via LAN. All configurations can be set remotely from any computer including PC and Mac and can also be accessed via mobile phone and tablet.
The Tarm Four show laser projector is a pure diode solution with analogue colour modulation and a guaranteed output power of 3'500 mW. This show laser light can be controlled via ILDA and has a maximum scan angle of 60 degrees and a deflection angle of up to 80 degrees are available on request. Ideal for graphics projections the Tarm four also has an extremely fast scanner that runs at 45kkp at 8 degrees ILDA.
The Tarm Seven has a total output power of 6,700mW at aperture and is a very high powered unit in comparison to the two. Similar to the others it has advanced main board control via browser interface and the colour intensity can be adjusted with trim pots per colour channel.
The Tarm Seven also has a fast scanner that runs at 45kpp@8° ILDA and scanning a maximum scan angle of 60° (@30kpps), upgrades to CT-scanners with 60kpps@8° ILDA.
The hard-wearing housing stops air circulation inside the unit and the mounting bracket enables users to hang or upright mount the fixture.
The versatile units are housed in compact, durable aluminium. This makes the units suitable for fixed installations and mobile use. Another great feature of these lasers is that several units can be addressed at the same time, making it easy for users to identify which unit needs to be calibrated.
The Tarm laser systems are suited to night clubs, parties and professional laser companies. Watch the video to learn more about the new Tarm lasers.