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Leadlight (pen) (< 1W) 405nm Violet Laser for Sale

Edgeoftomorrow011

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So I accidentally ordered a 405nm diode instead of the 450nm I was looking for. I'm not the biggest fan of this wavelength just by personal preference, and would like to recover some of the money.

The diode is a Sharp GH04W10A2GC diode with an ACS1500SE driver set to draw 700mA. I don't have a power meter, and I have only used Alkaline and NiMH batteries; but according to community testing, at 700mA and 4.71 V, this diode produces 1.09 Watts. I cannot confirm this, I can only confirm the diode.

Only issue with this one is that the indicator LED is rather dim, the blue LED's always give me that weird issue. Anyways, I am trying to sell for $120+Shipping, which is just the cost of parts.

If you are interested, please let me know!
 

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gazer101

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Without having an LPM reading it will be difficult to sell, try posting some beam profiles (shots of expanded laser beam) and see if you can compare its burning capability to one of your other 1W+ lasers. 405nm at 1W should easily overpower any blue or green watt-for-watt

PS: You technically need 9 more posts to sell in BST, so just go around and post or reply to 9 more things :)
 

Edgeoftomorrow011

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Without having an LPM reading it will be difficult to sell, try posting some beam profiles (shots of expanded laser beam) and see if you can compare its burning capability to one of your other 1W+ lasers. 405nm at 1W should easily overpower any blue or green watt-for-watt

PS: You technically need 9 more posts to sell in BST, so just go around and post or reply to 9 more things :)
Will do! Might invest in a power meter also. I'm more of a low power guy, don't have a 1W to compare. Thanks for the help!
 




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