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BLACK FRIDAY LPM SALE

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Hi everyone.
Got here before Black Friday this time to announcing our one day Black Friday Sale.

Here it is the deal...

For Black Friday, all day, there will be a 12% Refund Discount offered to anyone
on any LaserBee LPM product on our website. (See Link in Signature]

Here's where it becomes interesting. For the same period any LPF Member
with at least 10 Posts gets an Additional 10% Refund Discount on any LaserBee
LPM product on Black Friday. That's 22% off for LPF Members on Black Friday.

The Sale starts on Thursday Nov 23 at 12:00 Midnight and ends on Friday
Nov 24 at 12:00 Midnight.


Do not buy off our website for this Sale. Just contact us at: info@laserbeelpm.com
and give us your LPF Username and which LaserBee LPM you would like.
We will contact you with details of your Eligible Discount and how to send payment.


regards,
Jerry Bauer Pres.
J.BAUER Electronics
 
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Looks like it's time for me to pick up the USB LPM.
And maybe the HLPM II as well... I have mostly low power lasers these days and the extra resolution would be nice.
 
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Welcome back Jerry. I used to have one of your LPMs, but I got it used and tried to repair the sensor myself and ruined it. It was a good LPM and if I needed another one I would certainly take advantage of your sale. ;)
 
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Welcome back Jerry. I used to have one of your LPMs, but I got it used and tried to repair the sensor myself and ruined it. It was a good LPM and if I needed another one I would certainly take advantage of your sale. ;)
If you still have the LPM parts... Hit me up in a PM.
I'm pretty sure I can get it up and running again...

Jerry
 
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If you still have the LPM parts... Hit me up in a PM.
I'm pretty sure I can get it up and running again...

Jerry

Actually, I have no idea where that LPM is now. That was almost 10 years ago. Thank you though.
 
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Hi,
That 10W mocron looks really nice hmmm nice Xmas gift to me. I have many of your LPM's and are still going strong.
Rich:)
 
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Just a heads up...
Less than 9 hours left for this upto 22% Off Black Friday Sale
off on any LaserBee LPM product.

Thank you to those that already have taken advantage to this
one day Black Friday Sale offer. (You know who you are ;))


Jerry
 
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Got my new LaserBee Molectron LPM in the mail today. First test was a NUBM08 w/ G2 @3.5A that I recapped almost 2 months ago and it's still going strong. Thanks, Jerry for the awesome Black Friday sale!


Specifications

Power Supply: ................................. 12VDC Power Adapter​

Sensor: ............................................. Molectron Thermopile (by J.BAUER Electronics)​

Sensor Area: .................................. 17mm Diameter Molecron​

Sensor Cable Length: .................... 18.0"​

Thermopile Head Dimensions: .... 2.50" x 1.50"​

Power Range: ................................. 1mW to 10000mW​

Spectral Range: .............................. 250nm to 11000nm​

Response Time (100%): ................. 8-12 Seconds​

Display Resolultion: ....................... 1mW up to 10000mW​

Total Dimensions: .......................... 4.00" x 2.60" x 1.50"​

EagleEye Firmware: ....................... Supplied on Flash Drive"​

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Got my new LaserBee Molectron LPM in the mail today. First test was a NUBM08 w/ G2 @3.5A that I recapped almost 2 months ago and it's still going strong. Thanks, Jerry for the awesome Black Friday sale!


Specifications

Power Supply: ................................. 12VDC Power Adapter​

Sensor: ............................................. Molectron Thermopile (by J.BAUER Electronics)​

Sensor Area: .................................. 17mm Diameter Molecron​

Sensor Cable Length: .................... 18.0"​

Thermopile Head Dimensions: .... 2.50" x 1.50"​

Power Range: ................................. 1mW to 10000mW​

Spectral Range: .............................. 250nm to 11000nm​

Response Time (100%): ................. 8-12 Seconds​

Display Resolultion: ....................... 1mW up to 10000mW​

Total Dimensions: .......................... 4.00" x 2.60" x 1.50"​

EagleEye Firmware: ....................... Supplied on Flash Drive"​

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Congrats on receiving your new LPM. The sensor looks quite different than what lasersbee has used in the past.
 
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Got my new LaserBee Molectron LPM in the mail today. First test was a NUBM08 w/ G2 @3.5A that I recapped almost 2 months ago and it's still going strong. Thanks, Jerry for the awesome Black Friday sale!


Specifications

Power Supply: ................................. 12VDC Power Adapter​

Sensor: ............................................. Molectron Thermopile (by J.BAUER Electronics)​

Sensor Area: .................................. 17mm Diameter Molecron​

Sensor Cable Length: .................... 18.0"​

Thermopile Head Dimensions: .... 2.50" x 1.50"​

Power Range: ................................. 1mW to 10000mW​

Spectral Range: .............................. 250nm to 11000nm​

Response Time (100%): ................. 8-12 Seconds​

Display Resolultion: ....................... 1mW up to 10000mW​

Total Dimensions: .......................... 4.00" x 2.60" x 1.50"​

EagleEye Firmware: ....................... Supplied on Flash Drive"​

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Glad you like your new 10 Watt Molecron Laserbee...

@paul1598419 .... It was a special build for a customer that
never made payment. The head is a One-Off

Jerry
 




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