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Old 07-21-2010, 03:49 PM #33
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PGL-III-C/1w 445 is really not bad. I'd be interested in this and I really wonder if it would be less still under GB. In any case, I'm good for one of these if anyone wants to start a buy.
I would def be interested in a group buy. I'm thinking a 1W and a 300mW would be a great to have.


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Does anyone have informations according the divergence and dot shape subject to the output power?
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405nm >> Wickedlasers SONAR by lazeerer peak@968mW
445nm >> Kryton Smooth by lazeerer peak@2075mW
453nm >> Lipstick by rhd peak@158mW
473nm >> Optotronics RPL-B peak@112mW
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532nm >> Novalasers Alpha HP peak@284mW
589nm >> CNI PGL-III-A peak@89mW
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Does anyone have informations according the divergence and dot shape subject to the output power?
Specs are on the sheet on the CNI product page.
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No one asked about the PGL-III-A? I prefer that host really, it's sleek and refined.
Got this on Wednesday, but it went to my spam folder, so I only found it just now.

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Thanks for your letter, I hope that you will have a nice day.
We can provide the PGL-III-A-447nm laser and the output power can reach to 800mW, which is with safety features.
Please find the quotation of the laser as below:
PGL-III-A-447nm-100mW/Unit USD215.00
PGL-III-A-447nm-300mW/Unit USD245.00
PGL-III-A-447nm-500mW/Unit USD275.00
The price excludes freight charge.
Please let me know your opinion on the laser.
Please contact me without any hesitation if you need any help.
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I'm in the United States, so I asked them to include whatever safety features were necessary to make it legal in the U.S.
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I wonder why the 447nm in the PGL-III-A host has a diode lifetime at 5000hours and the diodes in the PGL-III-C between 3000-5000hours
wrong datasheet,they are all should be expected lifetime 5000 hours.
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Hmm I think the near TEM00 only is for up to 600mW.
There it says beam divergence 1.5mRad and for the higher powered it says <3.0×0.5 divergence...
Strange I wonder what would change for the higher powered
6:1 ratio on the divergence would tell me there is no, or very little beam correction.. Just another blue laser with standard collimation.
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