You want to post over in the GB thread so its all in one place, easier to keep track of for me. That would be great. Also I have to send all the buyers info to Casa so they can send you an invoice for payment. Can you send me a PM with:
Paypal email address
unit you are buying (CTL-HM 600mW)
I am going to be sending all the buyers info over to Casa mid week. I'm still waiting on 3-4 buyers info and one buyer doesnt know if he can buy one until the 15th so the info wouldnt be sent until the 15th/16th at the latest
HAHA okay so kinda re-read that whole string of questions and realized you may have meant you want the info for the 600mW unit. Its a Casa CTL-HM and the manual is uploaded on the third page of that thread if you want to take a look at it. If you are interested in buying one then you can post in the GB thread that you are taking a CTL-HM 600mW projector and then PM me the info above so I can get you added to the master order list :beer:
To be honnest I forget but if you use DHL as the shipping then it will arrive in under a week. DHL pushes their packages through fast and most of the time they don't even go through customs, DHL inspects the box, no rips, okay good to go and they ship it. As long as its not a bomb they don't care lol
Nope, those things are glued together pretty well. I have no idea what module they used, how it is secured in there, length, etc......Most of these cheap lasers, especially the 532nm, are not meant to be repaired. They are modules and no two modules are the same (not true but you get the idea).
If it was a diode based laser then yes, it could be repaired (if it used a 12mm module to hold it). Even then it might not be possible, depends on the driver condition, space, etc....
Those lasers are basically disposable lasers. LaserBtb is far superior in quality and will last you many many years when handled properly but even those, when they die, they get tossed out.
I bought a cheap dead LaserBtb 405nm laser to see if I could open it and replace the diode, but I have YET to get it opened. I bought it over 3 months ago and its been a pain in the arse! The lasers finish is DESTROYED and it still wont open!
Your laser is a 532nm, it will never need a diode since they don't use diodes (well they do but its self contained in the module and you don't ever replace the diode, its a full module swap if anything)
Diode lasers= 405, 445, 450, 515, 520, 635, 650, 660, 808 and a few more that are crazy expensive