YLPN-100-25x100-2000-SYLPN 2-5 kW

YLPN-S 25×100 ns,1-3 kW

High Power Adjustable Pulse Duration Fiber Lasers

YLPN-S Nano Pulse Fiber Lasers offer variable pulse durations in 25-100 nanosecond range. The laser power can be adjusted in a wide range of pulse repetition rates independent of the pulse energy. Average output powers are up to 3 kW and pulse repetition rates vary from 2 to 300 kHz. Integrated beam switch option enables processing multiple workstations in time or energy sharing modes. Housed in rugged sealed cabinets, these compact efficient maintenance-free systems are designed to operate in harsh industrial manufacturing environments. Powerful YLPN-S lasers are optimized for high throughput surface treatment applications such as paint stripping, coating removal, surface cleaning and texturing.



Average Power up to 3 kW Repetition Rate up to 300 kHz
Adjustable Pulse Duration Integrated Beam Switch Option*
Round or Square Fiber Core Rugged Design

* YLPN-S laser models are offered with integrated beam switch option from 2 to 4 output channels, enabling processing multiple workstations in time or energy sharing modes.


Wavelength, nm


Mode of Operation Pulsed
Max. Average Power, kW 1 2 3
Power Tunability, % 10-100
Preset Pulse Duration Modes, ns 25, 50, 70, 100
Max. Pulse Energy, mJ 150
Pulse Repetition Rate, kHz 2-50 2-300
Process Fiber Core Options round or square
Process Fiber Core Diameter, μm 400 or 600
Beam Parameter Product, mm × mrad

Round Core: 19 @ 400 μm; 22 @ 600 μm

Square Core: 24 @ 400 μm; 31 @ 600 μm


1 kW 2 kW 3 kW
Cabinet Dimensions (W×D×H), mm

Single Output: 780 × 806 × 558

Beam Switch Option: 1006 × 806 × 806

Weight, kg

Single Output: 160

Beam Switch Option: 250-300

Output Connector Type HLC-8, QBH compatible 
Control Unit Cooling Water
Chiller Cooling Capacity, kW 3.0 4.5    6.0
Supply Voltage, 3-phase, 50-60 Hz, VAC 400-480
Power Consumption, kW 4 6.5 9.0
YLPN-100-25x100-3000-S Datasheet


Paint Stripping Surface Treatment 
Coating Removal  Texturing 
Surface Cleaning Ablation
Laser Surface Cleaning Free of Abrasives, Solvents & Chemicals

Managing Low Adhesion Railways

Anyone who has traveled by trains in the fall is familiar with delays caused by rail track contamination by fallen leaves. Wet leaves form a greasy film that continues to build up over time. The loss of grip between train wheels and rails and slipping of the train wheels make acceleration or even maintaining a constant speed more difficult, resulting in lower commercal train speed and an increased energy consumption. Furthermore, longer braking distances may lead to dangerous accidents, requiring lowering the maximum train speed. Various solutions to this problem have been tried. The goal is removing the greasy layer while not interfering with the rail traffic. The rail cleaning must be done at a reasonable speed, from 40 km/h to 100 km/h and more. Rail cleaning must be a simple and scalable process. This is exactly what Laser Precision Solutions from the Netherlands implemented with high-power pulsed fiber lasers from IPG Photonics as a result of a six-year railroad cleaning project. The breakthrough came with the availability of compact pulsed fiber lasers with an average power of 1 kW which allowed achieving desired cleaning speeds.

The rail cleaning module is attached to the railroad car, while the the fiber laser is located in the car. The lubricating film is removed with great precision without affecting the rails. These cleaning trains are increasingly used in the USA. The aim is to reach cleaning speed of 100 km/h, which cannot be realized with alternative technologies such as water jet cleaning.

rail laser cleaning module rail laser cleaning module

The rail cleaning module - compact, robust and easy to integrate 


Laser Cleaning at High Speed

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