- Dec 9, 2007
Or a blu-ray burner diode to have a blu-ray dilda-lazor ;D Lol...I don't know about the professionally looking part :
Thanks, The_LED_MuseumThe_LED_Museum Wednesday, March 19, 2008 10:19 PM Reply
I received this laser this afternoon (~2:02pm PDT 03-19-08), and I wasted no time in running it through my spectrometer.
Wavelength is 662nm, and the spectral line half width is just ~1.5nm - quite narrow for a diode laser.
Although I don't intend to publish until tomorrow morning (between 5:00am and 7:00am PDT 03-20-08), my evaluation of it is in publishable condition, and can be found at:
This page includes product and beam photographs, spectrographic & beam cross-sectional analyses, and two movie clips (in .AVI format) showing things being destroyed by the laser's radiation.
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This does make me wonder what that pot actually does then. My unit is still en route, so i can't try.yobresal said:Okay let me put this another another way. These lasers cannot be pot-modded for higher output. I was able to successfully lower the power roughly 10mW on each laser. There is also some point on the pot (right around where it shuts off) where the laser will operate around 1-25mW. After that I was just trying to get the lasers back to where they were to begin with.