• Laser Marking System

    The LP-V series from Panasonic is based on an advanced technology, and offers numerous advantages over conventional systems. It provides better beam quality, has smaller housing dimensions, and offers a significantly longer service life and lower fixed costs. Fiber laser markers consume very little power thanks to the simple air cooling design they employ. The LP-V can be used to label virtually any type of metal by deep marking or black marking. Resins can be marked with outstanding quality using material foaming, carbonization (color change) and bleaching.

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  • 360° View

    Whichever way you look at it: Panasonic's Laser Marking Systems are real eyecatchers. They have been rendered for viewing in our online gallery so that you can rotate them 360 degrees. Even before you first talk to a Panasonic customer service expert, one thing is clear: We invest in innovation and rise to meet the challenges of the digital age.

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High peak power

High peak power

Panasonic’s LP-V and LP-Z series laser marking systems utilize MOFPA technology (Master Oscillator Fiber Power Amplifier), which provides a wide range of high peak powers and pulse widths. This allows resins as well as metals to be marked with ease.


High-speed marking

High-speed marking

Its special feature is a high-performance galvano scanner whose acceleration, deceleration and response speeds are much shorter than the performance offered by conventional models. This significantly improves both marking time and quality.



Marking on-the-fly

Panasonic's Laser Marking Systems are equipped with an encoder interface. This makes it easy to perform marking on-the-fly at line speeds of up to 240 m/min.


Dual pointer

Dual pointer

The dual pointer function visualizes the distance between the component and the Laser Marking System quickly and with ease. As soon as the dual pointer reaches the center of the work image, the correct working distance has been determined.


Guide laser

Simulation with the guide laser

Those who would first like to visually inspect a marking position will appreciate this innovation. The high-visibility red guide laser indicates the position of the marking before it is actually made.



Interfaces offer a wide variety of options

The uniform controller software that comes pre-installed in the Laser Marking Systems guarantees simple and safe operation. There are numerous additional options available to help our customers get the most out of their systems. A high level of user-friendliness is achieved in combination with external computers and monitors. Thanks to the numerous interfaces available (e.g. USB, I/O), the Laser Marking System is able to communicate with other systems in many different ways.

Software NAVI

NAVI for perfect marking

Laser Marker NAVI’s simple, intuitive mouse-driven interface makes it easy to configure marking conditions and positions in setting files, allowing you to easily create marking layouts according to plan. The application also allows your computer to monitor system operation, and you can check error logs and the I/Omonitor at the same time.
Additional support programs are included in the software package by default to help the user in his or her particular application.

  • Logo Data Conversion
  • Logo Data Editing
  • Export Vec (conversion of AI files to Marking Data)
  • Font Maker


The sheer range of industries and applications for which Panasonic provides first-class solutions and systems is astounding. Our experts are able to draw on years of experience, helping them solve custom applications quickly and to perfection – just take a look at the photo gallery for some practical examples.

  • Day/night design for user interfaces in automotive industries

    The LP-V series is perfectly suited for high-contrast labeling on resin. In this application (user interface with day/night design) the Laser Marking System has to work with high precision to remove the layer of varnish without leaving any particles behind and to leave the carrier material intact. Since there is an additional power amplifier in the laser head, this system can output pulses reducing the thermal effect on the material.

    Used laser:

  • Laser marking on gearwheel

    Panasonic’s LP-V series Laser Marking System can mark nearly all metals using the laser processes of engraving or black marking. The LP-V series features a powerful and highly precise galvano-scanning method with extraordinary short acceleration, deceleration, and response times. Thus, Panasonic guarantees a high-quality marking even at high speeds.

    Used laser:

  • Potentiometer

    However small it is, a component has to be labeled precisely and clearly legible, because even for smallest parts the traceability of the product has to be ensured. At that point the LP-V series with its high beam quality comes into play allowing a uniform line depth even at high marking speeds.

    Used laser:

  • Color change on injection molded resin

    The color change of the work piece is controlled by setting the output power, the scanning speed and the pulse frequency. The required laser parameters for marking a logo image or line of text can be set individually to ensure a high degree of flexibility in product labeling.

    Used laser:

Dimensions laser head

Dimensions laser head

To ensure that it is possible to optimally integrate Panasonic Laser Marking Systems into existing production lines, the dimensions of the units are shown here in detail.

This is the frontal and side view of the laser head.

Dimensions controller

Dimensions controller

To ensure that it is possible to optimally integrate Panasonic Laser Marking Systems into existing production lines, the dimensions of the units are shown here in detail.

This is the rear and side view of the controller.


Type Standard Large marking field
Model LP-V10U-LS1-C (discontinued - more info click here) LP-V15U-LS1-C
Work distance 190mm (±2mm) 350mm (±7mm)
Marking field 90mm x 90mm 160mm x 160mm
Scanning speed max. 12,000mm/s
Line speed max. 240m/min
Output class 12W
Ambient temperature 0 to +40°C
Ambient humidity 35 to 85% RH
Marking method Galvanometer scanning
Marking laser FAYb λ = 1.06μm, laser class 4
Guide laser Semiconductor λ = 655nm, laser class 2; 1mW
Text orientation Linear, proportional, monospaced, arced, tilted
Character types Capital & small characters, numerals, katakana, hiragana, kanji (JIS level 1 & level 2), symbols, user-defined characters (up to 50 types)
Bar codes/2D codes CODE39, CODE128, ITF2/5, NW-7, JAN/UPC/EAN, RSS 14, RSS limited, RSS expanded (GS1 Databar), GS1 Data Matrix, QR, Micro QR, Data Matrix (ECC200), etc.
Logos/Graphics VEC, DXF, BMP, HPGL, JPEG, AI*, EPS*
Cooling method Forced air cooling
Supply voltage 90 to 132VAC or 180 to 264VAC (auto-changing), 50/60Hz
Power consumption 420W (at 200VAC)
Inputs Remote, trigger, encoder (A), encoder (B), shutter control, laser pumping, alarm reset, emergency stop, laser stop, etc.
Outputs Power supply (+12V), remote, marking ready, marking, marking end, laser pumping, warning, alarm, confirmation end, counter end
Fiber cable length 4,5m
Interfaces RS232, digital I/Os, Ethernet
Workpiece positioning Stationary and on-the-fly marking
Software and hardware features
  • Marking order optimizing
  • Correction of intersection
  • Counter function
  • Current date/time
  • Expiry date
  • Lot function
  • Logos/graphics
  • Bold marking
  • I/O monitor
  • Font selection
  • Marking field indication
  • Control of user access
  • Error code display
  • Marking image monitor
  • Marking time measurement
  • Individual output and speed settings per object
  • Step & repeat
  • Marking order optimizing
  • Multilayered marking
  • Backup
  • Work distance indication
  • Font/logo creation/editing
  • Power check/correction
  • VGA, USB
Net weight of head 9kg 10kg
Net weight of controller 22kg