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Default LPC-826 Diode

Hey, I am planning on building a laser with the LPC-826 diode. I have seen many different prices, and many different models of the diode. I was wondering where I could buy the real LPC-826 diode, and not a falsely labeled LPC-815. The cheaper, the better. I am not looking to spend a lot of money on such a small build.
Does this look legit? Mitsubishi LPC 826 660nm 300mW 400mW CW Red Laser Diode 1 Pcs | eBay
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Also, could I use one of the lenses included with these housings, or do I need a three element? http://www.ebay.com/itm/1pcs-12x40mm...-/191584221382



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You know you can get an LPC-840 for under $9.00 now. I was just looking at one before I saw this thread. Might want to look into it as they are rated at 400mW CW. You should be able to squeeze more than that out of it.

Edit: that 826 is rated at 300 max CW.
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Well I'm feeling generous today. If you PM me and send me the Shipping cost I'll send you one and a aixiz driver Free of charge. I can even press the diode into a module for you if you want also free of charge. I bought a set of 5 but I don't see myself needing them anymore. Any soldering will need to be done by you however.
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Unfortunately this guy is out of them at the moment as he ships right away and will sell for less than his lied price:
650nm 400mW Burning Red Laser Diode LPC 826 Twin US Seller | eBay
The other place I buy them from on Ebay is laserlands and they also have better prices on a lot of the lower output diodes.
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In case anyone is interested in the LPC-840 for $8.82 the link is: Mitsubishi LPC 840 650nm 400mW 500mW Red Laser Diode TO18 5 6mm 1 Pcs | eBay.


Edit: the LPC-826 is rated for 300mW CW, the LPC-836 is rated for 350mW CW and this LPC-840 is rated at 400mW CW.
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In case anyone is interested in the LPC-840 for $8.82 the link is: Mitsubishi LPC 840 650nm 400mW 500mW Red Laser Diode TO18 5 6mm 1 Pcs | eBay.


Edit: the LPC-826 is rated for 300mW CW, the LPC-836 is rated for 350mW CW and this LPC-840 is rated at 400mW CW.
Thanks for the info! I will build one of those after I build this LPC-826 build.

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Well I'm feeling generous today. If you PM me and send me the Shipping cost I'll send you one and a aixiz driver Free of charge. I can even press the diode into a module for you if you want also free of charge. I bought a set of 5 but I don't see myself needing them anymore. Any soldering will need to be done by you however.
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If the OP doesn't take you up on this, I would be interest in doing a cheap build with one of these diodes. I've seen them on eb@y, but don't know how well they work, since they jump around in price. Even if you're thinking of getting rid of the ones you have, I may be able to buy them from you.
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If the OP doesn't take you up on this, I would be interest in doing a cheap build with one of these diodes. I've seen them on eb@y, but don't know how well they work, since they jump around in price. Even if you're thinking of getting rid of the ones you have, I may be able to buy them from you.
I have 3 more I can let go of for free. I'm going to keep the one I already soldered. I basically used it as practice before putting together my 638nm 700mw, 462nm 2w, and the very expensive 520nm 1w. Wasn't going to touch those until I was sure I could get the lpc to lase. Feel free to pm me and we can work something out. I really only want the price of shipping.

Come to think about it I'll give you both one and hold on to the others incase you both end up needing a replacement. Then probably give the others out once someone else needs one and your both lasing.
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I have 3 more I can let go of for free. I'm going to keep the one I already soldered. I basically used it as practice before putting together my 638nm 700mw, 462nm 2w, and the very expensive 520nm 1w. Wasn't going to touch those until I was sure I could get the lpc to lase. Feel free to pm me and we can work something out. I really only want the price of shipping.

Come to think about it I'll give you both one and hold on to the others incase you both end up needing a replacement. Then probably give the others out once someone else needs one and your both lasing.
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I'll be shipping Philipd7 out tomorrow. Waiting on address of Chrisbee to send his as well. Next one assuming the first two are lasing is earmarked for Trendkilla.
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Really cool of you for doing this! Very much appreciate it! +REP!
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Better they get used than sit around and eventually get throw away. I may or may not have a problem with purchasing too much if its a good deal.
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