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For Sale 405nm G2 Pen Laser

Alien Laser

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Am selling this beautiful laser 405nm g2
 
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Pi R Squared

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Nice work, you might want to say if it's a BDR-209-16X or a S06J 12X and what the driver is set at. In either case the price is good.

Alan
 

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Nice work, you might want to say if it's a BDR-209-16X or a S06J 12X and what the driver is set at. In either case the price is good.

Alan
Hi,
Yes a full description of the sale would be very nice. Good call Allen..

Rich:)
 

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It's the Bdr-16X driver is set at 0,8A I believe
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700? Woo. Thats gotta be putting out just under a watt.. i just did three 16x builds last week for a friend. I set em at 600 and got around 750mw
 

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Nice stuff. What batteries does it take? AAA alkaline or 10400 Li-Ion?
 

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Nice stuff. What batteries does it take? AAA alkaline or 10400 Li-Ion?

Sorry but since I'm no where near as knowlagable as a lot of you I have to ask, you can actually get close to a Watt using just AAA?
 

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Its using 2xAAA at 1.5V so the yellow led will only flicker when using a minimum or 3V
when its using a 1x1.5V Energizer + 1x3.7V the yellow led stays on indicating the laser is at maximum power. if using 2x1.5V the laser will stay on and will be around 300mW or 400
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Its ok since i installed a resistor the laser has 1 driver and another using resistors :)
 

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Is it ok to mix them up like that? (Lipo/whatever)

Yeah I honestly didn't think you could mix chemistries. But I'm not super familiar with how lasers work so I don't know. I just know in flashlights you cannot mix L-Ion and Alkaline
 

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I'm going to go ahead and say using different type of batteries together is unsafe. A standard alkaline battery is going to be depleted much sooner than a Lithium cell.
This is taken from duracell's FAQ site.
CAN I MIX DIFFERENT BATTERY TYPES?
No, different batteries are designed for different purposes. Mixing a lithium battery with an alkaline battery will not improve device performance. In fact, it will reduce performance and may even damage your device or cause battery leakage or rupture. As well, do not mix different battery brands within a device. Doing so will reduce overall performance and may also cause battery leakage or rupture. We recommend using the same type of batteries within a device.
https://www.duracell.co.uk/en-gb/faqs

Please do not mix cell types.
 
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Imagine if the National Ignition facility (NIF) In Cali was to make a handheld Laser!? Pew pew holy crap!!!!
 




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