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FS: High power IR diodes - tested, pressed into modules, leads soldered.

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FS: air, $750 per bottle + s/h

This should prevent future necro posts.
 

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Hey there. Can you hold #10 for me? I am going to purchase some red/IR goggles some time soon (any suggestions?) and then I will order this. I have the money now, just don't have the... location? to buy? Anyway, lemme know.

EDIT: #9 would also be acceptable :p

Another question - do these all have the SAME beam specs?
 
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Hey there. Can you hold #10 for me? I am going to purchase some red/IR goggles some time soon (any suggestions?) and then I will order this. I have the money now, just don't have the... location? to buy? Anyway, lemme know.

EDIT: #9 would also be acceptable :p

Another question - do these all have the SAME beam specs?
You could take a look at these:
Protection Goggle Glasses for multiple wavelength Laser | eBay
Protection Safety Glasses Goggle for 808-850nm IR Laser | eBay

Although they don't specifically mention working for 780 (just 808 to 850). So if you went with those glasses, you might want to grab one of the 825nm diodes instead. I'm sure others can chip in with goggle suggestions.

Regarding beam specs, I'm not sure ;) They're all multimode, and they all displayed basically the same pattern on the LPM sensor. But whether their divergence, when really measured through optics, and focussed at a distance, would be the same - I don't know.
 

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Do you still have a bunch more of these to sell, or is this pretty much it? I"m interested, but I don't think I'll be getting IR glasses for awhile still. The best I have are the Eagle Pair that Garoq sells that are only rated up to 760nm.

More specifically I would be interested in one of the 1W+ in any wavelength, since the only real use of a laser you can't see is for burning. :)
 
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Can you please hold the 780nm #4 for me? I am using the dragonlasers LPF08 glasses and can you send the picture and payment tonight, if that is ok for you.:thanks:
 

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Can you please hold the 780nm #4 for me? I am using the dragonlasers LPF08 glasses and can you send the picture and payment tonight, if that is ok for you.:thanks:
#4 is held for you pending payment and confirmation of glasses :)

Great price and I would buy one or more of those, but infrared just scares me.
Infrared scares me too. In addition to having glasses (a must), it is helpful to have a cell phone camera. Even the really high IR diodes that didn't produce any visible light, were detectable with a cell phone camera.

How'd you finally get the thread to post?
I brought it to the attention of a mod (which is actually what we're supposed to do - I didn't realize that)
 

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I'll take #9

As soon as you confirm , i'll order the o-like glasses.


EDIT, PP sent.
 
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Your diodes look so sweet in those MOD9 modules.
May I have #12 & #13 please. Is shipping per diode/module? I would like one MOD9 at some point.
 
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looks like my posh goggles wont do. damn haha
 




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