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Just got 3 of these and they are a joke. Low quality, all three of them have either died or reduced to 5 mw. Touch that pot and youll have a number of problems. 30 bucks down the drain. Max you'll see is most likely under 30 and it isn't going to last long. The 5 dollar Pens I got from them are much better. What was I thinking.


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You seem to be the only one with this issue. I imagine you increased the output and reduced the diode to LED. They are probably maxed out when you get them. From some of the other 532 sets I've seen these a really good for the price. You weren't going to squeeze a high powered 532 out of these so why try?
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I think the fasttech rush has drained the ore so to speak and we have seen the end. I am just glad I reaped some of the product.
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Honestly only one of them did I pot mod because it was noticable lower than the other two. The $5 pen is at least as bright as one of these.. While they worked. Lesson learned. At Least I got a couple nice flashlights and pen lasers that seem in the 50mw range. Not a complete loss. All three modules are in a bag without a single lead attached. Jebus
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Well now you have some YVO4 and KTP. I had a dead module I pumped with 6W and melted the crystal
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Are those the crystals? I didn't even get a chance to see it without the crystals on it would be infrared no?
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Yeah, its an 808 pump. Those modules are nice because they unscrew. I had some cheap pens and had to snap the crystal set off the diode. Was concerned my 808 was not 808 so I put the set in from of it and got 532. What a relief. Cranked up up to see what it could do and had 600mW of 532 on the meter until i saw a drip. Reading jumped to 5 something watts and there was a puddle of epoxy and the crystal face had a melted spot.
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Just got 3 of these and they are a joke. Low quality, all three of them have either died or reduced to 5 mw. Touch that pot and youll have a number of problems. 30 bucks down the drain. Max you'll see is most likely under 30 and it isn't going to last long. The 5 dollar Pens I got from them are much better. What was I thinking.
How far did you push the pot before it failed?

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It was very small increments as recommended by blord. They just seemed to cut in and out from 5-30mw.. Even when lowering the pot
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I HIGHLY recomend NOT messing with the pot. If you mess with the pot, don't use something conductive. All the ones I've gotten and tried the pot adjustment were allready set to max output and the pot is VERY sensitive and easily adjusted too high. Got lucky with one that I thought had killed and was able to set back. Going to sound stupid but I actually set one to somewhere around 2mw (Ophir isn't accurate at that level) and threw it in a pen host so I can now have a 2mw 532nm pen demonstrate just how bright it is shining it across a very reflective sign that is about 50 feet out my door in full sunlight. Even 2mw of 532 is quite bright and bothers your eyes. It gives me a way to show just how dangerous even low powered lasers can be.
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Should take a look at what I posted in the Fasttech module voting thread. There's been some "interesting" developments..... also take a look at their site....
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This one was from a river rock light. Had to bore it out slightly to get a nice module fit. The tailcap is a momentary press in and constant on when you turn it all the way in. Left the reflector in place. There's no plastic lens in front of it.


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Did they cut in/out even before the pot was adjusted?
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Hazer, I'm sorry you had a lousy time with your modules. I've had success pot modding mine...one super low for my daughter, and a couple super high. I even was sure I killed my pot by turning it several times...but, sure enough, it came back to life!
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I'll probably keep messing with them But yeah im down spending Money on China modules. How so companies like laser glow, etc achieve 500mw+ of green?
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They arent using chinese low powered modules There is a company that has a really nice one out there that I cant think of at the moment. Maybe someone can chime in with the name.
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Default Re: Mini-review 50mW Green module from Fasttech

Big Freakin Modules! I'm not sure what goes into making those things, but I've seen some well over an inch in diameter. DPSS systems are not in my skill set yet.

It's moot for me now, as I am using PL520 diodes!
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Default Re: Mini-review 50mW Green module from Fasttech

How much are you getting from your pl520?
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