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NUBC32T with FAC, Gball or G2 lens?

Darktron

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Here we go identical power and wavelength specs to is brother NUBC31T only difference noted is in beam divergance which leads me to believe that NUBC31T is flat lens raw rectangle we are used to. This new NUBC32T looks like it has a collimator lens dropping divergance to a more usable rectangle.
As always let the conversation begin...
NUBC32T
Datasheet is attached and linked above.

Edit: also note now there is an official max output power of 16.0W was not present in previous NUBC31T datasheet.
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I assume they have a FAC lens/fiber placed in front of the facet to correct the fast axis, so just a wide enough long focal length lens should work nicely. A build would look/work just like a zoom head flashlight only it focuses to a tight point in the far field.
 

Darktron

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I assume they have a FAC lens/fiber placed in front of the facet to correct the fast axis, so just a wide enough long focal length lens should work nicely. A build would look/work just like a zoom head flashlight only it focuses to a tight point in the far field.
Not sure what specific optical they have used but after comparing a bit across the datasheet is in fact stated the NUBC32T is fast axis collimated. Still awaiting to see these out in the wild.
 
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