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Hes only using the lens & mount from the Plasmon. I'm hoping with either extra heatsinking or very brief shots.
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Heres a few shots of the business end.
Using the stock diode mount I have to keep the duty cycle to 30-40 seconds, these things get warm quick!

But heh...its just a quicky to get it up & running before it goes into something a bit more meaty

I am sending one of these module/lens to Jayrob for testing so hopefully he will be able to give you the beam specs, I dont have a clue apart from it 'looking good'


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Verry nice !
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If anyone is going to measure divergence, Turn the power down
Turning the power down can change the beam profile and divergence though.
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Its the best you can do, if you don't have goggles. Although, everyone with one of these lasers SHOULD have goggles, but turning down the power a bit is still wise.

Going from the beam shot, the divergence doesn't seem to be nearly as bad as what we were worried about.
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I've measured 1.6 mrad on the fast axis and .19 mrad on the slow axis on the 1/2W lab module I just put together. The beam is flat, but the divergence isn't bad at all IMO.. this is using a 405nm Aixiz glass lens.
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Default Re: The Thin Blue Line.

Hmm I was under the impression the aixiz 405 glass fixed the beam a little better than that. Do you happen to have one of Jays, or Larrys lenses to measure the divergence?
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No.. but jayrob did a side by side comparison here that shows that the Aixiz glass lens gives the cleanest beam profile. I'm more than happy with 1.6 mrad from a multimode diode.
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Did you actually measured the beam diameter at aparture?

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Beam @ aperture is 5mm x 1.5mm


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Don't know if you've seen this before Jaycey, but here's an awesome little calculator for figuring divergence: pseudonomen137's JScript mRad Calculator
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Thats a great link, thanks!

This is only a rough measurement.... 2.0505220604755174 mRad

5mm @ aperture, 25mm @ 32 feet
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What lens are you using?
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Hi to another North Londoner ;-)

I'm confused about this though. If the LD is 405nm then how is it producing blue?!

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The LD is 445nm
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