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Osram PL450 450nm 80mW power chart

DTR

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Here is the one I PM'ed you with.

 



T_Warne

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I saw that. Please check your PM over there --->

Actually, give me a minute and check your PM here too.
 

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Looks like a good output of this diode. The dot is not a bar like the 445nm diode.
When focus it looks nice roundish.
 

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It's a bar ... I killed 2 outa 3 aint bad...

there tiny lilfkrs I ran mine on all 4 lenses and it it still a bar unfocused...
it is still a smaller beam but the beam is more like a fine ribbon you can turn...
 

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Looks like a good output of this diode. The dot is not a bar like the 445nm diode.
When focus it looks nice roundish.
Yea. Now that I have some modules and have had a chance to see this beam in action I am truley amazed. It is awesome. Blows 445 out of the water for beam quality and is a little lighter blue. I really like them.:D
 

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These really are my all time favorite diode. The color is absolutely beautiful.
I'll choose the pl450 over a >1W 445 any day of the week...
 

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I do have to agree.. It is my favorite! The NM must trigger an emotional response.. It is awesome.
 

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:crackup:"An emotional response" would go a long way toward explaining my obsession.
 

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Yea sure.

Should I make a reservation for a dark room for both for you ? :D
 

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:tsk: I think you might be reading more into this than is really there.
 
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So are these actual 450nm? Do they tend to run high/low? Has there been any noted shift with wavelength with high and low current/temps?
 

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Yes bloom, these are designed for 450 nm and not 445 nm. Not much a wavelength difference, but it's definitely there.

As far as actual wavelengths and whatnot, I haven't any clue. xD
 

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Measuring the wavelength is kinda hard without proper equipment. I know only rhd and Cyparagon have the tools.
 




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