LightObject 800W CO2 laser machine chiller/ cooler (AC110V)

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 Item# :   WC-LO600W1V6
37 units available
  MSRP :   $550.00
  Price :   $399.00
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Description 

LightObject LO-600W Mini Water Chiller for CO2 Laser Machine or CNC Router (AC110V 60Hz)   

High efficiency and quality built water chiiler

 

Our LightObject LO-600W Mini chiller, with an AC compressor, is a REAL chiller unlike the basic water pumps you can find on eBay that sell for up to $450. Those water pumps don't have an AC compressor so they only circulate the water, no chill it.  The LO-600W is ideal for laser tubes with power rating ranging from 20W to 60W operating full time and 80W laser tubes operating part time.

 

The LO-600W has a durable, compact design - and a great price!



Features:

  • Environment friendly freon R134A
  • Microcontroller control with LED panel
  • Compact design with 0.3'C temperature accuracy
  • Compressor delay circuit, over-current protection
  • Over-heat temperature alert, water flow protection



Specifications

  • Cooling Power: 650Watt
  • BTU: 2760Btu/h
  • Input power: AC 110V, 60Hz
  • Current; 2.6A
  • Compressor power: 0.45HP, 398Watt
  • Freon: R134A
  • Pump power: 30W
  • Lift (cut off) : 5m (16ft)
  • Rate: 10L/min, 158GPH
  • Inlet/Outlet size: 10mm
  • Ambient Temp.: ≤35'C (95'F)
  • Chilled Water Temp. 18~30'C
  • Weight: 18KG (45lb)
  • Dimension:400×400×3550mm (16" x 16.0" x 14")

 

Suggested tubing:  8X12 Silicon Flex Tube for CO2 Water Cooling

 

Warranty - 6 month limited warranty from date of purchase. 

 

Reviews

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by James Barber
on 12/8/2016
Working well, good product
I haven't had the LO600W in production long enough to give a full review, but so far I can tell you that it's well made and does exactly what I need. I currently have a "50W" tube in the machine (as advertised at least) but am upgrading to a "real" 60W and bought it to be able to run large job batches. So far, so good. James Barber (forum name "audiomath")
by John P
on 9/21/2016
Works very well
Got my chiller a few days ago and absolutely love it! It keeps a proper temperature and with the display, I can watch the water temperature and there is a water level gauge right on the front of the unit. Setup was quick and the cooling tubes (8x12) fit very tightly. This makes my engravings much easier to produce and no more having to refrigerate a water bucket the day before a run. I can come in, turn it on, and let the light shine!!!
by Reuben
on 6/19/2016
Working Good
As I started to cut for hours at a time throwing snow from the yard or ice from the freezer into the water bucket quickly became old. So I decided to upgrade to a chiller. I picked this chiller because of the price, it fit my 40w laser specs, and lightobject's good reputation. There is no instruction manual so I just run it as is. The default setting is 20C, or 68F. My work area heats up over the warmer months so when I fire my machine up the temp is about 79F and in about 30 seconds the water temp decreases and a few minutes later the temp is a solid 69F. The temp does swing back and forth during cutting about one degree. I think the lowest setting is 20C because I can change this up, just not down in temperature. The unit is not any louder than my laser, air assist, and exhaust. The barbs are 10mm, but I used 3/8" silicon tubing from the hardware store and was able to slip them over the barbs just fine. The water flow is surprisingly strong. Also there is a no flow alarm.
by Kelly
on 5/27/2016
Running great for the last several months
I am using this with a Chinese eBay 50W (actually 35-40W) laser and it works great. Easily keeps the water at the set point temperature. The instructions are a bit obscure, as there is no manual yet, only one for the competing CW5000, but it isn't that hard to figure out. A few notes: I found a puddle of coolant under the machine after about a week, but either the leak has stopped (unlikely) or perhaps I overfilled it? On a related note, I was surprised at how small the coolant reservoir is. Seems like only it only holds a quart or two of liquid? Regardless, it works well and never allows the water to heat up past the set point temperature, even after running the laser for 4-5 hours straight.
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