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People regularly ask me for binned diodes - particularly on the wavelength front, since I have a spectrometer. I haven't had much time for building recently, so I've decided to take 5 of the highish-wavelength diodes that I was keeping for myself, and group them into binned kits.



I've mentioned this before, but I'll mention it again here. I generally observe that the higher wavelength (450nm+) diodes tend to be the lower efficiency (around 2.0 to 2.3W) diodes. The higher power diodes (2.4W+) tend to be lower in wavelength (442nm being the lowest I observed of the modern crop of diodes). Because of this, I have generally binned for wavelength, not power, when choosing my own diodes. A 451nm 2.2W is a lot more interesting to me than a 2.6W at 444nm.

What I've done, is I've put together 5 "kits".

Each kits contains:
- H Series diode
- Pressed into an Aixiz module
- Pre-wired each of the leads, and included a TON of extra silicon wire
- Installed in a "universal heatsink" (more on that later)
- Included a 3-element glass 445 coated lens
- As well as a custom focus knob


(host not included)

Then I tested both wavelength (nm), and power (mW) based on the following:
- POWER: Was tested @ 1.8A from a bench PSU, using a LaserBee 2.5W and a 405 G1 Lens (G1 lens not included).
- WAVELENGTH: Was tested @ 1.8A from a bench PSU, at the 90 second mark.

The Universal Heatsink:
What the heck is this? My favorite heatsink in the world. That's what It's a heatsink design that, while not truly universal (of course), fits a whole ton of different hosts (particularly those meant for "drop-in" LED modules. If you want to play it safe, the easiest host to use (and be confident of a tight fit with), is the "L2". This is the host pictured in one of my photos above. But if you're a visual person, and/or if you have a lot of flashlights on hand, you band be intrigued to know that it generally fits most hosts that look like these (credit to DealExtreme for these hotlinked thumbnails):


The heatsink module design traces back to Ray J Neal, who made the first prototype for one of those "assault crown" hosts a long time back. I decided that I didn't like the implied violence of an assault crown, and was about to throw out the build, when I realized that the module fit perfectly in the Skyray host. From there, I recognized that the L2 host was identically sized internally. From there, it was a cascade of one host after another, that Ray's design fit perfectly in. When Ray left the forum, I recreated the module from memory, and with some trial and error, ended up with these (that Eud was wonderful enough to create for me). They are AWESOME in that you have a TON of area inside the heatsink itself, for pretty much any type and size of driver that you could dream up!

A couple things that I want to re-iterate, just to be sure that nobody has misunderstood. The flashlight host (in the picture above) isn't included, nor is the G1 lens. I will include a 3-element Aixiz glass lens to get you going, but again, I'm not including the G1 lens with this.

This is a "kit", but not really a "complete ground-up first timer kit". You still need some experience (or the guts to learn), because you'll need to do some soldering, pick a driver, figure out your build approach, etc. For those who've wanted a way to jump in, with a thoroughly binned diode, pressed into a module, in a great heatsink - then this is a great way to do it!

The Options:
#1 - 2236mW, 449nm - $100
#2 - 2157mW, 450nm - $100
#3 - 2154mW, 451nm - $100
#4 - 2217mW, 450nm - $100
#5 - 2026mW, 455nm - $120

Shipping will be $16, fully insured, fully trackable. I don't ship any other way, and won't use cheaper methods, sorry. International will have to PM me for shipping costs (and they're pretty high for tracked international shipping)

* NOTE: once the thread goes live, I'll reply, and use the photo upload slots in the second post to upload the remaining spec graphs.
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Default Re: FS: Binned Diode Kits (Power & Wavelength) Diode + Module + Heatsink + Lens + Ada

Any chance you could sell just the binned diode itself, no module/heatsink/lens?

Kind of interested in #5, budget permitting.

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Any chance you could sell just binned diode itself, no module/heatsink/lens?

Kind of interested in #5, budget permitting.
No, I don't think so. I'm going to keep everything together in kits.
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Makes sense, they are nice kits. Good luck with the sale
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They may be more of an "ebay" type item, than an LPF one. I don't generally like buying "kits" of items myself. Heck, that's why I like DIYing so much - total creative freedom.
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Default Re: FS: Binned Diode Kits (Power & Wavelength) Diode + Module + Heatsink + Lens + Ada

#5 is sold.

The remaining modules are up on eBay (for more than I was asking here).

If anyone is still interested, I'm happy to take one down off of eBay, and will still sell it to you for the lower prices I offered here on LPF.
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I'm curious RHD, is there a noticeable colour difference between them to the naked eye? Someone on here said he would be hard pressed to tell the difference between his 445nm and 450nm lasers if someone jumbled them up.

Edit; I'd also be interested in some of those universal heat sinks if you sell them separately?
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I'm curious RHD, is there a noticeable colour difference between them to the naked eye? Someone on here said he would be hard pressed to tell the difference between his 445nm and 450nm lasers if someone jumbled them up.

Edit; I'd also be interested in some of those universal heat sinks if you sell them separately?
In the 440-460 range, I can tell apart wavelength differences of 5nm (or more), on a side by side comparison, 100% of the time.

If it's not side by side, or if the two lasers are vastly different in power, then it might take more than 5nm to see the difference.

But 5nm difference, side by side, similar power, within the 440-460 range, and you will be able to distinguish them.

If you want those sinks, chat with Eud. I'll give him my blessing to make them for other forum members if he wants to.
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Cool, thanks mate that answers a few questions!
It would be interesting to bin some of the PL450B's, they may go even lower in frequency.
I'll talk to Eud about the heatsinks a bit more, they may fit in a couple of hosts I have laying around.
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I'm finding myself with less and less free time these days.

But one of the things I'd love to keep doing would be to bin diodes for wavelength.
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