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Hi all,
I pass by here to introduce myself a little bit, the thing I do before I think.
My name is Christophe, 46 years old and I live in France.
I work in the electronics and computers, at least I was working because I just close my business due to crisis...:undecided:
So I'll have a little more time for the laser and the construction of my first RGB which began two years ago and which still lacks the red.
I've often read here and learn lots of things, but my English is quite old (school) I apologize in advance to use Google to translate ...:shhh:
I will also use this post to wish you a happy new year 2012.

Best regards from France.

Christophe.:angel:
 

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Yea, you Quebec guys have an advantage with French. :D
 
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Laserbee not speak french, I think. I bought the first version of the small power meter, but the user manual was in English.:na:
But as I am new developments of its products, I think it goes in the right direction.:shhh:
Meanwhile I bought a Ophir leaves me a wide range of flexibility in terms of power.

:thanks: alll
 

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And...
...Could someone check if Phontonlexicon was not the victim of hacking tonight?
I have a black band "censored" in the top left and all the hidden text in black.
(my PC's clean, no virus or malware)
:bowdown:
 

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Laserbee not speak french, I think. I bought the first version of the small power meter, but the user manual was in English.
But as I am new developments of its products, I think it goes in the right direction.
Meanwhile I bought a Ophir leaves me a wide range of flexibility in terms of power.

alll
I read French but I don't write French... Since less than 0.1 percent of
our LaserBee LPM customers are French we couldn't justify spending the
$$$ to have the User Instructions translated for every different LaserBee
LPM product we sell...

About Photonlexicon...
http://laserpointerforums.com/f57/looks-like-pls-been-hacked-70731.html

Jerry
 
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Welcome aboard! Don't forget to get some Laser Safety Glasses, and the search function here can be your best friend; don't forget to read the Stickies.
 

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The circuit board behind the laser diode is usually called a driver board. It can be made of capacitors, resistors, regulators and other parts limiting and regulating the voltage entering the laser diode. Most laser modules are battery operated which when first inserted will peak in power. If you hooked up the laser diode directly to the batteries, the surge of energy will burn out the diode immediately.
:thanks: But...
...but I think you got the wrong thread...:can:
 

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The circuit board behind the laser diode is usually called a driver board. It can be made of capacitors, resistors, regulators and other parts limiting and regulating the voltage entering the laser diode. Most laser modules are battery operated which when first inserted will peak in power. If you hooked up the laser diode directly to the batteries, the surge of energy will burn out the diode immediately.
:thanks: But...
...but I think you got the wrong thread...:can:
No he's got the right THREADS... he's a SPAMMER and
they use any Threads to post the Crap they are pawning
off...
He has been reported and will be :banned: soon...

EDIT....
Looks like Dave sent him packing.... Thanks..


Jerry
 
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:thanks: Jerry,

It's a problem.
In France we have the same...
Is name is...Sarkosy...

:shhh:
 




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