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New Mitsubishi diode 2.1 W, 639 nm

Arcadiush

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On February Mitsubishi launched a new powerful red diode ML562G85, but datasheets are poor. There is no information about structure - single emiter or not. If it's single, it will be a revolution in red lasers. Do you have some info about it?
 

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God please single emitter! (I think I'm being trolled).
 
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I know :p No way single mode at that power for red, not gonna happen.



I was thinking single emitter multi-mode but 2.1 watts 639 nm, nope! Clearly trolled, his first post, gimme a break!
 
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Yep, it would be wonderful, I can expand the beam to get the divergence down.
 

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OMG, it's real.... hope a single emitter, but my glass half empty outlook gives an eeyore nope.
 

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OMG, it's real.... hope a single emitter, but my glass half empty outlook gives an eeyore nope.

I'm willing to bet that it is single emitter, I see no indication to the contrary and specs that'd suggest it is single emitter. Plus if it was multi-emitter this would be less of a breakthrough. Although the output is going to be a really fat stripe.
 
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The big difference between the two axis divergences suggests that the beam is awfully similar, or should I say similarly awful, to the existing high power red diodes


Yeah, 9/65 degrees, that's going to be FAT.
 

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Man... I almost don't want this to be true:p I bought that 4W 650nm and I need to get it into a build before this thing becomes available
 

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Yours is twice the power but 660 or 670nm? I thought it was longer WL.
 
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Well a fat beam was to be expected but this is good nonetheless. Although I wouldn't mind a 4W c-mount. :p
 

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And it's a 9mm diode too, which will definitely help with the heat! :D
 




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