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Old 06-08-2008, 11:57 AM #17
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Default Re: I really (actaually) need a Laser Power Meter

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[quote author=electron link=1212739819/0#10 date=1212886163]Hey Comidt, and the rest looking for a Laser Power Meter, with the given budget you can easily get a new one directly from the manufacture with a Full 1 Year Warranty. *I contacted Tony from Andover Holography today on your behalf, and Yes he is still selling these.

Here's his current price list he just sent me an hour ago "Price is $199 for the meter, $40 for the calibrated attenuator/filter, $40 for the PC serial cable".

I bought my unit directly from Tony, he is a great guy to deal with. Contact him to purchase from, via email is the quickest way; Tony Brock-Fisher ( barockteer@aol.com )

Here's a thread directly from Tony himself: http://www.cpfmarketplace.com/mp/sho...d.php?t=160728

Good luck guys, you'll love the meter.
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That was very kind of you to contact him for me.
This is the one I was thinking of getting, but now Kenom and Senkat seem to say that they're not as good as others? Maybe I'm just misunderstanding you...
Why would you not use one of these? Are they not accurate or...?

I will send him an e-mail, but if anyone knows anymore about another one, let me know

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Comidt: If you dig back through the threads on here and CPF you'll see they were also praising that meter too, until some relatively cheap surplus thermal sensors came on the market for a short time. The meter will work fine you, again take a look around on this forum & cpf there is plenty of info on them comparing it directly against a thermal based meter. As it was stated, it's a personal preference.
With that said, I too have a thermal based meter, one of the big differences is you don't need to set the meter to the proper wavelength before taking a reading. Given your budget and the quality of the LPM-1 w/data logging capabilities, it will serve you just fine. Let me also say this, sure IF you had a choice between a quality Thermal based Meter w/data logging vs Photo based Meter and the money was ether the same or didn't matter to you, at the end of the day as they say, I'd go with the Thermal based Meter. You'll do just fine with the LPM-1 unless a deal pops up on a thermal unit. Good luck.



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Default Re: I really (actaually) need a Laser Power Meter

Comdit: Here's a cool pic of the LPM-1 in action in a thread on here that just got posted:

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Thanks I will probably get one of these then
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Default Re: I really (actaually) need a Laser Power Meter

Comidt, these LPM-1's aren't a bad meter. Far from it. They will do the job accurately. I just don't like to have to change the setting to figure out each specific wavelength or do the math if your trying to sell bluray's (no setting on the LPM-1 for bluray) You can get this however, and save up some more money for a different thermal based meter as a primary and use the LPM-1 as a backup.
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Has anyone contacted Tony and asked him to add the wavelength to the meter for blue-ray? I haven't, I simply don't have any of *those yet.
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Default Re: I really (actaually) need a Laser Power Meter

Ok thanks everyone, I will be ordering one of these then.
If anyone knows of any deal in the future with regards to a thermal meter, let me know (unless you want it of course )

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Default Re: I really (actaually) need a Laser Power Meter

Hello
I have found this thermopile sensor: http://www.bauer-electron.com/eby/eby1wlpm.htm
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Not as accurate as the LPM-1. There is a review I did on it in the review section.
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Ok thanks.
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Has anyone contacted Tony and asked him to add the wavelength to the meter for blue-ray? I haven't, I simply don't have any of *those yet.
Yes, I did

read this thread:

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