RFH 355nm UV laser marking barcode, label on the flyon IC card
IC card is amicroelectronic chip embedded in the card base, which can communicate with thecard reader in a non-contact or contact way after being made into a card form.Used in many places. Today, more extensive technology allows IC cards to bemarked with labels and barcodes, and the scope of use is wider.
If you want to use the 3w5w UV laser to print the codeon the IC card, see RFH’s
Mr. Liu fromHangzhou recently contacted RFH, hoping to add S9 series UV lasers to theproduction of new IC cards.
RFH S9 seriesultraviolet laser is a good choice. The laser wavelength of thisultraviolet laser is 354.7nm, and the repetition frequency coverage is between10kHZ-200kHZ, which can mark a variety of materials. Secondly, UV lasers havesuperior beam quality. Due to the high-speed movement of the cold light source,the heat-affected area during processing is small, and other parts of thematerial can not be damaged during the marking process. Inaddition to the high quality of the light source, the hardware conditions arealso quite outstanding. The addition of the unique Q-switching technology canadapt to the application requirements of various lasers and make the use of thelaser more stable.
RFH 3w5w UV Nanosecond Laser ShowsIts Strength in IC Card Marking Industry
The S9 UV laserscribes on the surface of the IC card for many times without causing anypollution. The short processing time is suitable for the production of theflying assembly line, which fully meets the requirements of Mr. Liu’s new ICcard production.
Various new typesof mechanical, electronic and material designs have made laser marking technologycontinue to improve. RFH is also advancing on the road of laser progress,striving to bring convenience and benefits to more manufacturers.