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671nm 200mW Video

Jono3289

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Nice Video!
 

Cyparagon

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That really has no place in our line of work play. Perhaps you can tell us where they are better used?
 

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Very nice video, frothychimp. The production values in your videos are always top notch. [smiley=thumbsup.gif] Where did you get the music from? Sound like a song from a 40's era movie (the good years).
 

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Cyparagon said:
That really has no place in our line of work play. Perhaps you can tell us where they are better used?
I'm sure they have some medical/scientific use that we are unaware of.
 

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Check the date, it's over a year old. Frothy hasn't been around in a while.
his other video (>150mW 593.5nm Module) is still up on YouTube...

well can anybody at least describe to me what the 671nm video was like? :drool:

lol
 

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his other video (>150mW 593.5nm Module) is still up on YouTube...

well can anybody at least describe to me what the 671nm video was like? :drool:

lol
A less visible and darker version of 650nm, nothing interesting...
 

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671 nm lasers are a dpss type so the beam is alot better than a diode red but u need alot of power to make the beam more visible
 

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671nm is used in some laser scanners due to t's nice deep red and nice beam specs due to it being DPSS, however it is a fair bit duller than 650nm for the power. 100mW of 650nM might look to be around 50mW 671nM.
 

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thanks for the insight guys; i get that it's DPSS and that the beam specs are obviously going to be a lot better than on a DID, but I was really looking for more of a description of the color. Is it just duller than 655nm or it actually deeper or "ruby-like" as I recall someone describing it a long time ago?

peace & thanks
-cmak
 




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