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Old 03-13-2007, 06:39 PM #1
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Default Lucentoptics...IN STOCK!

http://www.lucentoptics.com

Finally got their stock in of 100mW's and 90mW's!

The buy button should be up by tonight.

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I don't know if whoever wants to buy them...still does want to buy them due to a change in the way they sell them. They sell them in two levels, 95-105mW and 80-90mW. I personally don't like it, and I don't think they will sell as many. Bad choice in my opinion.


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Old 03-14-2007, 01:16 AM #2
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Default Re: Lucentoptics...IN STOCK!

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http://www.lucentoptics.com

Finally got their stock in of 100mW's and 90mW's!

The buy button should be up by tonight.

-Proctor

I don't know if whoever wants to buy them...still does want to buy them due to a change in the way they sell them. They sell them in two levels, 95-105mW and 80-90mW. I personally don't like it, and I don't think they will sell as many. Bad choice in my opinion.
I've looked and the max power is a 95mw
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Old 03-14-2007, 01:30 AM #3
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Default Re: Lucentoptics...IN STOCK!

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[quote author=Proctor link=1173811198/0#0 date=1173811197]http://www.lucentoptics.com

Finally got their stock in of 100mW's and 90mW's!

The buy button should be up by tonight.

-Proctor

I don't know if whoever wants to buy them...still does want to buy them due to a change in the way they sell them. They sell them in two levels, 95-105mW and 80-90mW. I personally don't like it, and I don't think they will sell as many. Bad choice in my opinion.
I've looked and the max power is a 95mw [/quote]

#NV-95 95mW-105mW $315.00(USD)+S&H Peak: 115mW
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Old 03-14-2007, 01:35 AM #4
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Default Re: Lucentoptics...IN STOCK!

I want the NV:100 not a 95
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Old 03-14-2007, 01:42 AM #5
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I want the NV:100 not a 95
Yeah, that's what I told Gary, he wont listen because he's being lazy. They're going to fail doing this.

If you order one now, you'll most likely get one of their highest ones. They're very honest and will definitely send you a laser over 110mW if you are one of the first to buy one from their new stock.
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Old 03-14-2007, 01:46 AM #6
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Default Re: Lucentoptics...IN STOCK!

Like i said i want an NV: 100 or above and i won't settle for any less. Or it's gonna have to be a laserglow aries or herc. I'm very disapointed in Lucent now. They've lost my vote until they get some power
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Old 03-14-2007, 01:48 AM #7
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Like i said i want an NV: 100 or above and i won't settle for any less. Or it's gonna have to be a laserglow aries or herc. I'm very disapointed in Lucent now. They've lost my vote until they get some power
I'll sell you my 130mW for $300USD

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Old 03-14-2007, 01:52 AM #8
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I'll be able to have that at the end of the month ken
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Old 03-14-2007, 01:54 AM #9
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I'll be able to have that at the end of the month ken
Might be sold by then :-?
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Old 03-14-2007, 01:56 AM #10
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Default Re: Lucentoptics...IN STOCK!

I gotta say, 5mW? Maybe 20mW I can see, but 5mW? Being a little picky there TL . Even a 100mW will drop far below the 100 mark over time and stability will be far worse than 5mW.
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Well i'm a picky sort of person and now i've noticed that the duty cycle is recommended at 5mins instead of 100% :'(
So on that note i'm just a bit confused and Lucent need to pull their finger out, maybe even bring higher powered ones out..
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Well i'm a picky sort of person and now i've noticed that the duty cycle is recommended at 5mins instead of 100% *:'(
So on that note i'm just a bit confused and Lucent need to pull their finger out, maybe even bring higher powered ones out..
Well, they recommend duty cycle as 5 minutes because power will start dropping off at around that time. No way will it damage the laser (You can ask pseudo as he's left one on while sleeping) though. I tested my 130mW after 5 minutes today...It lit a match at the beginning, then lit a match only maybe 3 seconds slower than after startup. There are some duds yes, but you can always send them back and get a new one.

They're also tested on the Meter, unlike wicked lasers.
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Well i'm a picky sort of person and now i've noticed that the duty cycle is recommended at 5mins instead of 100% *:'(
So on that note i'm just a bit confused and Lucent need to pull their finger out, maybe even bring higher powered ones out..

Yeah, Proctor pretty much covered it. I don't think there is any risk of damage from keeping them on continuously, but these are as unstable as the CNI black/golds and seem to be even more picky about temperature (and the CNI black/golds were very temperamental to begin with). Every single time I test an Envee, it does something different. One I have was hitting >140mW earlier and holding that for 1-2 minutes before dropping down to ~60mW in TEM01. Last time I tested it it held amazingly stable for 8 minutes at TEM00, but only in the 60-80mW range. I am very wary about telling anyone a definite power on Envees anymore because all the ones I have seem to top 100mW averages on a good day, and have trouble topping 40mW on a bad.
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Default Re: Lucentoptics...IN STOCK!

Their site now says:

Models Output(mW min.) Our Price Peak Output
#NV-80 80mW-99mW $265.00(USD)+S&H 105mW
#NV-100 100mW-110mW $315.00(USD)+S&H 115mW


is there any doubt the lasers haven't changed, just the wording?
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Their site now says:

Models Output(mW min.) Our Price Peak Output
#NV-80 80mW-99mW $265.00(USD)+S&H 105mW
#NV-100 100mW-110mW $315.00(USD)+S&H 115mW


is there any doubt the lasers haven't changed, just the wording?
Only the wording has changed the lasers are still the same. Proctor advised them to change the wording.
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