Laser MOPA
IR Fiber Active Variable Pulse Laser

Powermark-1 MOPA

The FlyMOPA laser marker uses the most innovative fiber technology and is the ideal solution for precision laser marking, micro-processing, and cutting metal and plastic. The MOPA can make color laser markings on metal and mark plastic without burning.

 Powermark FlyMOPA for integration is a robust, durable product, that works in any industrial environment. It can be used for laser marking: 2D codes, alphanumerical codes, one-dimensional codes, and logos.

Fiber lasers have a lifetime of over 100,000 hours of laser marking, and their operating independence makes these lasers extremely easy to control by PLC.

Its size (rack format) is another significant advantage for anyone who needs to use this laser in a production line or a robotic cell.

As with all LASIT laser markers, this one can be integrated into the line with Profibus, Profinet, or Ethernet/IP protocols.

To guarantee protection against network power surges or micro-outages, each FlyMOPA marker has a filter system, and a flexible stainless steel tube protects and guides the connecting wires. An additional steel shield protects the optical fiber against electromagnetic interference and electrostatic discharge for safe working conditions.


All our Laser Markers are qualified for Industry 4.0. LASIT supplies all the necessary technical materials and instructions for connecting the laser to the factory’s system at no additional cost. LASIT can ship this product in 48 hours.

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Difference between Fly MOPA and FiberFly

Usually, laser pulses are fixed. For standard fiber lasers, the pulse duration is about 120 ns, and the pulse frequency varies from 20 to 100 kHz.


For MOPA, the pulse duration is variable and can be set from 4 to 200 ns, with a frequency that varies from 20 kHz to 1 MHz. 

Short pulse durations help in laser marking plastic. The material doesn’t get burned because there is no direct contact.

Benefits of FlyMOPA

Powermark FiberFly: Instructions for Use

Instructions for Stand-Alone Use

In this mode, the laser operates without a command PC, and it can be integrated into production lines with limited space.


It does not require an operator interface, and installation is much faster.

Manage multiple lasers with a single PC

As an alternative to FlyCAD, the FlyPowermark software with a fully customizable operator interface is available for automated environments. It can manage several data input modes, for example, access to the company factory system (database, web services, TCP/IP). It can potentially manage an infinite number of lasers, making it possible to design applications to command all the lasers on the line simultaneously.

Marking examples

Marking on tags
Marking on washing machine fronts
Colored marking
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Cameras for reading and grading DataMatrix codes

In addition to the lateral vision system, LASIT equips its laser markers with the TTL vision system. This vision system is directly integrated into the laser scanning head and is perfect for validating (reading and grading) DataMatrix codes without moving the laser or the camera.

This is possible because the light reflected by the part is directed on the camera’s detector in the same exact path as the laser beam.

The integrated circular light offers a clear view inside the framed area, and the brightness can be adjusted.

There are two possible scenarios for DMC validation:

3-axis-head for 3D laser marking

The system is equipped with the 3-axis head for laser marking large, cylindrical, or irregular surfaces, which allows a constant focal elevation to be maintained.


Mechanically, it consists of a linear motor system, two X and Y rotary devices (allowing the laser band to be moved along the axis), and a third axis for focusing. The laser band passes through a scope equipped with a mobile lens that, in turn, is assembled on a linear traverse. 


The software automatically adjusts the operation. This system allows the focal point of the laser to advance without it moving along the Z axis. Powermark FlyMOPA can also be equipped with an Autofocus system, which allows the focal distance to be corrected automatically. It consists of a laser sensor integrated optimally in the LASIT software.

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Technical Features




Ytterbium fiber


Variable from 4 to 200 ns

Marking area

It depends on the focal point


Standard I/O – Custom interface

Cooling method


Housing weight

17.5 kg

Laser and scanner weight

5.5 kg

Communications protocol

Profinet, Profibus, Ethernet, RS232

Available power

20, 30, 50 W

Available focal distance​
Focal Marking distance (mm) Marking area (mm)
EFL 100 150 ± 10 87 (61x61)
EFL 160 225 ± 10 140 (100x100)
EFL 254 325 ± 10 220 (150x150
EFL 330 395 ± 10 290 (205x205)
EFL 420 500 ± 10 424 (300x300)