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blu and red all-in-one for sale!!

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this is a bluray laser and a red laser all in one it's really great at getting attention.

seriously, don't you all want a blue and red combination laser pointer? I did, so I built one, then another, and another.


http://cgi.ebay.com/Blu-Ray-405nm-V...ryZ14954QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

Small black powder coated aluminum housing, solid feel, adjustable focus... videos show it all.

:cool:
 



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Has anyone else actually pulled off this design yet? I haven't seen this before from anyone else.
 

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I was going to put my bluray in the same box as my DIY red, since i have plenty of room.
 

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Since the bluray diode has violet, red, and IR in one case it's not hard to make it switchable.  I did that, just need different regulators or resistors for each.
I'm sure you have to refocus this one when you switch colors.
 

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Jayls5 said:
Has anyone else actually pulled off this design yet? I haven't seen this before from anyone else.
I figured it's not worth the effort for me as the red is just like a standard powered run of the mill red laser key chain. Maybe adds $4 for the added use of red.
 

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The red is just powerful enough to read dvds, so it wouldn't be anything to wow about.
 

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spyrorocks said:
The red is just powerful enough to read dvds, so it wouldn't be anything to wow about.


You wouldn't happen to know the approximate mW capability of the red on the blu-ray diode would ya?



ah! I just noticed the price went way down.
 

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hey now, don't be answering questions to MY product!

show me one bit of proof for the 10mw rating, and I'm talking about a spec sheet, not someone else's post. a spec sheet on the PS3 bluray.

I have the bluray at 38ma's, and the red diode at 25ma's, the bluray is brighter, but only barely.
 

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member02 said:
hey now, don't be answering questions to MY product!

show me one bit of proof for the 10mw rating, and I'm talking about a spec sheet, not someone else's post. a spec sheet on the PS3 bluray.

I have the bluray at 38ma's, and the red diode at 25ma's, the bluray is brighter, but only barely.


Looks like your original link didn't update with your new price. You might want to edit it:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=170191438544&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT&ih=007
 

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I got my bleu running at 38mA also. And if you extrapolate the mW from tests other members have done at various mA currents then I'd say 38mA is about 8.2mW of bleu.
 

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Skram0 said:
I got my bleu running at 38mA also. And if you extrapolate the mW from tests other members have done at various mA currents then I'd say 38mA is about 8.2mW of bleu.


Shh, ebay doesn't know that. They expect 4.9999999999999mW or it's not legal!
 

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oh geez, these bluray's have a variance in sensitivity of over 10%! which means this could be more or less powerful than 8mw at 38ma's, what you have is one of the more efficient one's if it's pumping 8mw at 38ma's!


I'll fix that typo on the 605nm, lol, that would be cool though. As soon as I get my power meter everything I sell will be certified :)
 




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