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Default Laser scan gun

Hey folks I picked this up from a customer today who has about 200 of them that they are looking to part with for a small price. I was wondering if the LD inside would be good for a high power laser build. here are some pictures of the gun. I have the unit dissasembled and looking at a 3 lead diode now to figure out how to remove it from it's Big heatsink Block.




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What is the Model Number and Part Number of that scanner...
can't tell by the photo....
Is it connected by USB or RS232 or PS2...


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Hook up to the gun is a cat 5 type connection to the computer unit is like an 8pin round din
here is the info on the gun 4.5-14V 0.5A Part number LS3408-ER20005R Symbol ER model. sticker says it's a class 2 laser, but I guess thats what it's set at


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In the 80's I used to make the HeNe's that Symbol used to put in their scanners, I don't imagine the diode is more than 2-5 mW.
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I still have no info on this gun can someone please let me know about the diode I can get 200 of these for 150.00 all work company is just changing there system.


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The diode in one of those is going to be relatively weak (equivalent to the PHR red diode at best), unless you have a use for the optical components or circuits, I wouldn't bother with this.
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Those are good for making liquid sky effects. It has a revolving mirror I believe. Doubt the laser would be worth anything, but you could pull the spinning mirror assembly and sell those.
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Cool thanx for the info. The optics are glass and are pretty nice. There is also a ruby colored lense in there. Has lots of components to salvage from the circuits. The morrors are fixed except one that is hinged on a spring, my guess is for vibration hand movenents and such. I did remove the diodes from 2 that were givin to me to check the components out. Maybe I'll build a nice host with adjusters on my lathe and use the diodes for a laser on my pellet riffle and HMR17 Wonder if they will handle the shock of a compound bow. I could put the modual on springs to take the shock may just build a mount and host to try that.
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Default Re: Laser scan gun

The one on a spring oscillates while the scanner is in action to give the left-right scanning of the beam, not for anti-shake or anti-shock - at a guess, there's an electromagnet pulling against the spring and mirror assembly which pulses, and the spring then brings it back to the resting point when magnet is off.
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So no rotating mirror, but same effect.
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Actualy no magnet I will take a pic to show you whats in there for mirrors and posted it tomorrow I have my camera charging rite now.


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Being a device planned for put out a scanning beam in public, it's probably a 2mW diode ..... this usually for class 2B devices ..... maybe the diode is underdrived, but anyway is probably just a 10mW diode .....
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Got a good picture of the mirrors the long mirror only moves slightly maybe 2 deg both directions it has plastic strips that are acting as springs. I dont have any use for the mirrors. There is a small mirror and a plastic mirrored reflector thats the part with the square hole in the center. if anyone needs them I'm happy to send them off free just pay shipping.


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Was that $150 for all 200 of them?

Did you by chance look up to see how much they are worth????
Because I just did and from the looks of it, a brand new one is worth a little over $500
LS3408-ER20005R - Google Product Search

$178 + Used for just one (Most likely at least $50 for one)
Symbol LS3408 ER20005R - eBay (item 320470985986 end time Jan-12-10 03:27:06 PST)
Seriously buy them and then resell them. You will make a pretty penny on them
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They are 150.00 each and they have 200 for sale. I just got off the phone with them after reading your post the way the guy told me it for sure I thought that all 200 were only gonna be 150.00 total lol knowing the price for them now I wish I hadn't tore the 2 apart they gave me to check out both looked brand new.


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Bummer....nothing that duct tape can't fix. I hope.
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