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RobTheVIP

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I believe Pseudo needs his own section

A1Lasers
 



DoughDTD

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i know theres more of you out there with laser readings!!! DONT BE SHY, POST EM!

-Dough
 

Laq

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Okay ! these are my confirmed outputs listed.

All of these results are measured in output over 60 seconds with the LMP-1, exept the one i got from Pseudo which output ratings are stated on the certificate i received from him. (my LMP-1 results were somehow off on 808nm, so unless i get this calibrated i go with his results)



-Wicked lasers
- 5mW Core
-Laq
-4.71mW peak
-4.46mW average

-Dragon Lasers
- 55mW Viper
-Laq
-70.4mW peak
-59.9mW average

-Dragon Lasers
- 125mW Viper
-Laq
-135.7mW peak
-124.3mW average

-Pseudo (A1 lasers?)
- 400mW 808nm CNI
-Laq
-481mW peak
-477mW average


:D
 

scopeguy20

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Seller measured:
Nova Lasers X-Series X-85
Peak : 109.1 mw
Avg : 98.3 mw
Using Metrologic 45-545 Laser Power Meter for 632.8 nm
Modified (Was 4.5 mw Avg) LaserGlow 5 mw Galileo
Peak : 69.9 mw
Avg : 58.3 mw
(2) Wicked Lasers COREs:
1st; Peak : 9.9 mw
Avg : 7.7 mw
2nd; Peak : 17.3 mw
Avg : 10.7 mw
DealExtreme 10 mw (uses CR2 Battery)
Peak : 12.9 mw
Avg : 7.4 mw

I love those LaserGlow lasers and Galileo lasers are great, I noticed they shrunk were 125 mm long, latest order were 110mm long and may have slightly less power when modded, so far about 20 to 30mW (LPM out for cal.) is about as high as I have turned some Galileo lasers from latest 2008 shipment!
 

Laq

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I think this threads deserves a > STICKY <

It's a nice compilation list with confirmed output results per company.  If it's going sticky, i guess it'll be growing faster, and people can immidiatly check up on the output results measured before buying their laser of choice.

Admins?  
 

me_too_lazy

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new x105 arrived today
peak 125.0mW
avg 113.4mW

specs sent by nova
will test myself later

they're still giving away free diffraction gratings =]
 

Cyparagon

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This is limited to portables I take it? Very well then

WL pulsar 150:
180 peak, 156 average
Checked with laser check

WL phoenix (CNI model):
70 peak, 45 average (before pot mod)
110 peak, 65 average (after pot mod)
Checked with laser check

X-105
118 peak, 110 average
Checked by nova and confirmed with laser check

Oceanus-30 from pseudo
(RPL-30 equivalent from optotronics)
41 peak, 35 average
Checked by pseudo and confirmed with laser check
 

laserrod

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Nova X25
Laserrod
Peak39
Ave 28
Nova factory specs.

EXTRA DATA: 520mA current steady with battery drain.
Anybody got a schematic/Pic. of Nova X series?
 

Indyjoe

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Nova x105
Specs supplied by Nova
Peak: 125.0 mW
Avg.: 114.8 mW
Love it!!
 
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Hanshotfirst.kc

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Nova Alpha 125: 148.5mW Avg. 157.4 Peak, specs sent by Nova.
 

RA_pierce

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Nova Lasers
-Xseries
-X105
RA_pierce
-120.5mW peak
-118.6mW average
-specs sent by NOVA
 

Things

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well i have only 1 laser which i know the output of, and thats the core greg/mike sent to me. Apparently it was tested at about 7mw.
 

zerafiel

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My Nova X-85 recently came back from warranty repair.
apparently the specs now are:
Avg: 105.7mW
Peak: 111.7mW
Sort of barely puts it at a X-105 now :)
 

f22warzone

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-Alpha 125
-f22warzone
-134.9 mW Peak
-130.3 mW Average
-Specs sent with laser from Nova
 




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