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CurtisOliver

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Not too much to talk about. I just 3D printed some hosts so that I could house the module and battery packs. It’s more the wavelengths I’ve focused on. I’ve owned a 505nm diode for a while but have never actually got it working due to a faulty driver.
So after all this time I had never seen 505nm in person. Therefore I bit the bullet and bought myself two cheap 505nm modules and wired them up. I was surprised at how beautiful they were. What’s even better is that the wavelength is different on each module. One is slightly greener and the other has a tad more blue. I found that in light conditions these look like how my 495nm appears in the dark.

Anyway, here’s a beamshot.


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DTR's 488 nm diodes were well over 490 nm just by the iteration I was able to measure. That was about a couple of dozen diodes, but Jorden asked me if he could use my data for his his listing. Of course I said that would be fine.
 

CurtisOliver

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DTR's 488 nm diodes were well over 490 nm just by the iteration I was able to measure. That was about a couple of dozen diodes, but Jorden asked me if he could use my data for his his listing. Of course I said that would be fine.
Yeah, I have one that measures 493nm. And another 488-489nm. The 493 is an odd wavelength.
 




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