Old 06-26-2008, 05:09 PM #17
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Default Re: IR R HERE ! :P

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Originally Posted by hydrogenman15
[quote author=styropyro link=1214425449/0#6 date=1214431356][quote author=pseudonomen137 link=1214425449/0#5 date=1214428674][quote author=styropyro link=1214425449/0#2 date=1214427329]I'll order a couple, once I can afford IR goggles : I love how cheap the power/price ratio is on IR, I just hate how it is so dangerous without proper protection.

Any chance you'll be selling IR goggles in the future?
If you need some IR goggles to complement your diodes, I sell, for $85, pairs of 804-1700nm OD3+ glendale/uvex goggles. Normally these things run in the $150-200+ range, but I got a good deal [/quote]
Awesome! I'm building a 2 watt 808nm laser sometime soon and when I have the money I'll buy some of those goggles off of you. Don't worry I'll buy the goggles before I build the laser ;D

To stay on topic, How much power have you pushed these diodes too? Also, if you have put some of these diodes in an Aixiz module, is the light from the diode hard to focus with the stock lens?[/quote]

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These diodes are bigger then the other ones. There 5.6 mm's, thats BIG ;D

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Ummm...these diodes are 5.6mm, that's a standard sized can. These are the same size as the Blu-Ray diodes, SenKat's 16x diodes, and 20x open can diodes, 5.6mm cans fit Aixiz modules.


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