Hello,I'm lagging behind the logging something,
actually I'm already really further in this project,
I do not know, but I do not want to post that often,
because otherwise it hails again "double post" ..... also in PM ...
So what should I do here ...?
Should i rather shut up or post more with...
to the question of whether an IR filter is not, for safety, recommended or absolutely necessary needed,
you have to know the design of the device construction (there are different construction solutions with different optical paths),
consider the quality of the laser and also the Raman...
so that the time is not too long, here is still a small intermediate.
On one side the laser beam has to go in, depending on the quality of this one,
I have installed an IR filter in this side wall, which is simply held with a printed clamp ring.
The filter used in this case has...
next here is the description of the side wall with microscope objetiv,
this time with a little less words ....
The objective 40/0.65 is quite simple, I bought it on ebay for less 10.00 Eur.
I printed this side wall directly with the RMS thread W 0.8 "× 1/36",
at first I was unsure...
Hi, it seem so as you have the same as mine ..... but my fuses at home do not like the device .... maybe it is caused of the step-up converter to 220V i have to use .... I have to look to convert the psu .....?