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    Mystery driver

    Thanks for explaining how that might work. You know, I asked because I thought someone might just know what it was, you know, recognise it, like “Oh that’s a blah blah 2000”. I didn’t ask anyone to analyse the sodding chip, they kindly offered, and I was interested in their replies. If you find...
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    Mystery driver

    Thank you both very much, this is fascinating info for a novice. I wish I could remember where i bought the bloody things.
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    Mystery driver

    I feel your pain. Sadly though, the OP is in the middle of moving house and can’t get at his kit.
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    Mystery driver

    Thank you! Sorry for the delay. Lettering reads: YB1682 1148 10B410.1
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    Mystery driver

    Sorry, didn’t realise! Have rattached to the OP much smaller.
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    Mystery driver

    Does anyone know what this tiny thing is please? It appears to have no adjustment pot �� tvmia
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    Wanted, quickly, UK! Ultraviolet laser(s)

    Thank you lasersbee, yes I’m more than capable of using google. but as stated in the OP I am in the U.K. and speed was of the essence.
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    Wanted, quickly, UK! Ultraviolet laser(s)

    Thank you all. I’ve decided I can do without the AA restriction so would be happy to hear from anyone with a UV laser available for purchase with 18650 or others, failing that the Sanwu stuff looks great.
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    Wanted, quickly, UK! Ultraviolet laser(s)

    Thank you for that thought, very much appreciated. She’s aware of laser dangers but I’ll def. provide a pair of goggles. Anyone any pointers to pet suppliers?
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    Wanted, quickly, UK! Ultraviolet laser(s)

    I’m looking for “the best combination of power and reliability in a 2xAA form, of a laser having the wavelength that is the most effective at causing luminous materials to fluoresce like crazy when you point it at them, and costing up to £50 each posted special delivery in the U.K., and for a...
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    Ultrafire RL-2088 3x18650 chunky host

    Price drop to £60! Great price. You buy.
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    Ultrafire RL-2088 3x18650 chunky host

    Um, I don't know... if they did it in more than one version then I guess it might be; how can I tell? If they only did it in Osram Ostar then yes :) I'm not very geeky when it comes to LED types, sorry.
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    Ultrafire RL-2088 3x18650 chunky host

    £70 now £60 + postage & PP fees.... Bought this to convert to a laser death ray but I've had to give up lasering so it remains a torch, ripe for conversion. Because it is so chunky there is scope for a relatively massive heatsink. Takes three 18650's. It has a few tiny dings as it has been...
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    Laser bits clearout

    I have 7 of the 12x sleds left if you want them?
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    Laser bits clearout

    Big apologies to everyone interested in this stuff, I've not been able to sort it all out yet, but I'm still around, just absurdly busy with work, but should have some spare time end of the month, so if you are still interested, send me an email to micksterbs at bdge dot co dot uk and I will get...







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