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Introducing Radiant Electronics and the Radiant Alpha Power Meter

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MarioMaster

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Today I am pleased to finally announce, the launch of a new online store and manufacturer: Radiant Electronics. Radiant Electronics - Home


Radiant electronics will strive to provide high quality laser systems, laser components, accessories for laser hobbyists, along with other rare and unusual science themed items.

Our current flagship product is the Radiant Alpha - a portable thermal laser power meter capable of reading lasers up to 2 watts.

One thing that we wanted to keep in mind when we launched Radiant Electronics is affordability. That’s why I’m proud to say today that the Radiant Alpha Laser Power Meter is available to you today for only $99.95.

To celebrate our grand opening, the store currently has site-wide flat rate shipping of $5 for any order.

I will continue to update this thread with information on stock updates, new items, and other important announcements.

We look forward to serving the laser hobbyist community for years to come.


 

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Well, if these are good items then the price is attractive enough for easy consideration and likely a purchase from me. Perhaps you could make a small investment in the form of 1-4 units sent out in exchange for thorough reviews by community members.
Either way I'm interested in this largely because of the price point.
 

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Very interesting. At that price they should sell very well.;)
 

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Well, if these are good items then the price is attractive enough for easy consideration and likely a purchase from me. Perhaps you could make a small investment in the form of 1-4 units sent out in exchange for thorough reviews by community members.
Either way I'm interested in this largely because of the price point.
I will be sending out review units this weekend assuming no hiccups, so expect to see some reviews on the forum soon :)

Nice site!

Are the 445 diodes out of a 130 or a 140?
Thanks, they are from the A130 :yh:
 

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I'll be awaiting my unit Mario to test & review..:crackup:

Edit......ok I was j/k..I've only been here since Aug 2010.
 
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well I've actually never reviewed a laser meter before.

what's there to look for in a meter other than accuracy? build quality?
 
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i will be more than happy to review one of these beauties ;)
guys i recomend buying one of these
mariomaster is a top guy
 

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Just saw this Thread...

Best wishes on your new venture MM...
The low price of your meter will no doubt be the deciding
factor for customers and should make it competitive to other
meters out there...:thinking:
I would assume it is basically this project... but assembled...

http://laserpointerforums.com/f42/diy-thermal-lpm-under-50-a-51129.html

BTW... nice choice for *cough* your HEATSINK *cough* for the
Wafer type Thermopile...:D


Jerry
 

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I would assume it is basically this project... but assembled...

http://laserpointerforums.com/f42/diy-thermal-lpm-under-50-a-51129.html

BTW... nice choice for *cough* your HEATSINK *cough* for the
Wafer type Thermopile...:D
lookin' good! I have absolutely horrid DIY skills and I bet the parts with shipping would of cost me more than 50. Then comes those plastic enclosures... :scowl: dang things are impossible for me to modify. and the display? :thinking:

hrm.. yeah that heatsink does look familiar. Do you use something similar Jerry?
 

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WoW :drool:MarioMaster.:) :gj: with your LPM. It really looks Awesome and are you kidding me $100 Bucks,THATS A STEEL.:bowdown:

What are the Exact Dimension because it looks tiny.;)

Good wishes go off to you Buddy with your Awesome Website and Nice Looking LPM.:beer:

Cant wait for the Reviews.:D
 
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