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GLP 589nm 5mW Yellow (More Pictures)

Fivos

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how much it cost???
 



ped

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You know what RA...yove converted me.

Its not all about power, that 589nm is simply optical pornography.
 

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Excellent review! I tried to give you a +1 but I have to spread some around first. In the meantime I'm going to be making a collage of the pictures to set as my desktop wallpaper :D

-Chris
 

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Excellent review! I tried to give you a +1 but I have to spread some around first. In the meantime I'm going to be making a collage of the pictures to set as my desktop wallpaper :D

-Chris

Thanks.
If you'd like I can get you the full size images and resize them to the resolution you need.
Let me know. :D
 

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Nice review! I would like to see a 589 and a 593.5 compared side by side.
 

udanis

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What laser is that beside the 405nm?

DSC09447.jpg


I don't know if this is what your asking but I'm thinking it's:

405
445
473
532
589
635
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Do want! :drool: That yellow is all i need left in my laser rainbow
 

RA_pierce

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What laser is that beside the 405nm?

It would be a 445nm laser.
I have one photo with my 473nm. It is the only picture I took before I sold it. The photo with the 473nm is the one udanis attached above.
 

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I mean this one:

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got any details on that? where'd you get it from?

I haven't seen that one before.
 

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Neat, it looks like a 445 leadlight, best pen host evar
 

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Hi. I'm a new owner of a 589 laser - Laserglow Rigel HV-2 (5mW) - As far as I know it's a CNI (may be slightly tuned). By an accident (I dropped it) I got inside of it and found a small potentiometer. For other users - don't try to open it! Enclosure attached by the glue and it is not a trivial task to put the rubber button tip back on it's place. Today I have only one question - is my turns of potentiometer do increase the power of a beam over 5mW or don't? Actually I don't want to make it more powerful - I need safety. But there is a problem - when I turn this potentiometer slightly laser can start much easier even in cold conditions and with partially depleted battery. But also I have much stronger beam that become viewable on the night skies. I don't have a power meter to measure emitting power - what other ways I can use? Temperature may be? Or some other visible effects?
By the way - it's a great laser pointer, really - like a small personal piece of the sun in a pocket. Despite the fact that the most of people treats it like an ordinary flash-light. :)
 
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cmak

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Hi. I'm a new owner of a 589 laser - Laserglow Rigel HV-2 (5mW) - As far as I know it's a CNI (may be slightly tuned). By an accident (I dropped it) I got inside of it and found a small potentiometer. For other users - don't try to open it! Enclosure attached by the glue and it is not a trivial task to put the rubber button tip back on it's place. Today I have only one question - is my turns of potentiometer do increase the power of a beam over 5mW or don't? Actually I don't want to make it more powerful - I need safety. But there is a problem - when I turn this potentiometer slightly laser can start much easier even in cold conditions and with partially depleted battery. But also I have much stronger beam that become viewable on the night skies. I don't have a power meter to measure emitting power - what other ways I can use? Temperature may be? Or some other visible effects?
By the way - it's a great laser pointer, really - like a small personal piece of the sun in a pocket. Despite the fact that the most of people treats it like an ordinary flash-light. :)

You pot modded a high-end 589nm... I don't know where to begin

-Chris
 
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