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RTI PIKO 40 G
Green high-power RSL modules

RTI PIKO 40 G

Green high-power RSL modules

The PIKO is equipped with the RTI Semiconductor modules (RSL). The RTI PIKO 40 G is the most powerful green projector in the PIKO series and is manufactured in a compact and robust housing. The laser was completely manufactured in Germany and is built exclusively with the strongest green RTI semiconductor laser modules. These high-performance RSL modules with their low divergence and homogeneous beam shape, combined with the high visibility of the 525nm wavelength, make the RTI PIKO 40 G a highly visible laser system. The beam diameter of only approx. 10 mm enables the use of small scanner mirrors with lower inertia, which enables high scanning speeds. The standard scanners can be operated with a maximum scan speed of 38 kpps @ 8° ILDA and a maximum scan angle of 48° (at 25 kpps). The intelligent LaserAnimation Sollinger Mainboard is integrated into the laser projector, which provides the laser operator with a variety of control and setting options (e.g. via the LA.toolbox) or transmission options (such as AVB). Together with the ShowNET laser mainboard, which is also integrated, ILDA, LAN (software), DMX and ArtNET control, ILDA streaming, stand-alone operation, among others, are available, ensuring the highest possible flexibility. Thanks to the new PHAENON mainboard, the latest generation of PIKO projectors can be controlled via our Laser Disable Button – a special safety button to interrupt the laser output via Ethernet. Control signals can be looped through directly via the network switch, which is also integrated.

The powerful RTI PIKO 40 G is suitable for indoor and outdoor applications, e.g. at concerts, festivals and other major events. Projections over long distances are no problem for the laser thanks to the extremely high power and good divergence.

Equipment

Wavelength 520-530 nm
W G
PIKO 40 G 40 48
Control Modes

AVB / TSN interface for streaming ILDA data via Ethernet, AIFF player function, stand-alone player, ILDA, DMX / ArtNET, control software “LA.toolbox” for PC or Mac included, LAN (software) with ShowNET DAC

Scanner
38kpps ILDA 8°, 25kpps @ max. 48°
Divergence
0,9 mrad
Beam Specs
10 mm
Dimensions
L 49,1 cm x W 27,1 cm x H 29,6 cm
Weight
27 kg
IP Rating
54
Scope of Delivery
Incl. waterproof flightcase, interlock connector, key, power cable, manual,; LA.toolbox control software included

Properties

  • 40 W guaranteed power after optics
  • Advanced RTI Semiconductor laser modules (RSL) produce a perfect shaped beam profile.
  • Integrated intelligent LaserAnimation Sollinger Mainboard and ShowNET Laser Mainboard
  • Maintenance free laser system
  • RSL Modules with no misalignment
  • Integrated network switch for linking the control signal
  • Control via “LA.toolbox” software (electronic mask, color correction, DGC (Digital Geometric Correction), laser disable); software included in delivery
  • AVB interface for streaming ILDA data via Ethernet
  • FB4-QS MAX optional integration
  • Rugged tour-grade compact housing

Accessories and upgrades

USB2AVB
Digital network protocol
ILDA2AVB
Digital Network Protocol
Laser Disable Button
Safety button to stop the laser output

ShowNET Mainboard Features

Each RTI PIKO and NANO device is delivered with a ShowNET laser mainboard as standard. This means it has a multitude of control features already built-in: Control via DMX or ArtNET, just like a normal lighting fixture, are possible as well as computer control via ILDA or LAN. Of course the laser can be run in stand-alone operation, too. The contents for playback (for DMX, ArtNET, Stand-Alone, etc.) can be fully customized.
DMX / ArtNET control
ShowNET can be easily controlled by DMX / ArtNET for convenient laser control via conventional lighting consoles or lighting software.
Custom ILDA files can be stored on the internal SD card of the ShowNET and can then be triggered via DMX / ArtNET. Although the ShowNET already has a preset of frames and animations, all content can be customized.
ShowNET has an integrated ArtNET node, so lasers with integrated ShowNET as mainboard can be easily connected via LAN cable.
Stand-alone laser operation
The automatic/stand-alone mode plays the ILDA files from the SD card. The entire set of files is played in sequence. It is also possible to play only a single file via a setting change. The files can be selected individually.
DAC / Interface for software
ShowNET can also serve as a direct output DAC for the professional laser show control software Showcontroller: Simply connect the laser and computer to a standard network/Ethernet infrastructure and use Showcontroller with ShowNET as the DAC. Showcontroller license dongles are available from your dealer.
ILDA-Streaming
ILDA streaming is the real-time signal transmission of an ILDA signal via a combination of transmitter and receiver over a network (LAN).
It is possible to use the ShowNET interfaces as transmitters or receivers for ILDA streaming. While the external ShowNET devices can act as both transmitters and receivers, the internal ShowNET interfaces focus on receiver functionality. receivers, the internal ShowNET interfaces focus on receiver functionality.
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