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Alaskan

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I have a special application I'm doing R&D for, I will PM you about it, won't post in the forum until completed.
 



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LPM with 150 watt thermopile. This guy will take a best offer of $275.00


A laser thermopile which measures 150 watts max is not the best choice for reading 100 mw, it is more accurate at a watt and above. That said, I used to measure 50 mw pointer fairly accurately using a 400 watt head (its fan off)..
 
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That one has been listed for six months now, maybe make an offer and you can get it at a low price. I don't remember the power output this one will do, but I don't believe it was a lot, 200 mw?
 

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It is also missing the tail cap. He is running it using a PS as he hasn't figured out how too replace the missing tail cap. I'll pass.
 

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I was looking for Red C-Mount packaged with a FAC lens and i bumped into these:


 
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Yeah, that's the one missing the tail cap. He has been running it off a PS set to 3 volts. There is no telling what output power it has.
 

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I thought the same...

here is a 2W RGBW -china



New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is ... Read more
Output Power: Max. 2100mW
Model:
RGB-2000
Wavelength: 638 (.5W)+520(.8W)+(.8W)450nm Modified Item: No

Country/Region of Manufacture: China

looks like there is a place to plug in a fan-(white #4)
the TTL and Ana modulation are switchable
would be awesome to do a dual w/ 2 of these--4W !!
guess you would need to knife them--??
 

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Looks like these do have the inter gas replaced, don't know if it's exactly the same as the N**** factory but 30 days ( 720 hours ) with only 5% deg is an improvement, will be getting the nubm07 with fac when they come up too.


The diodes have inert gas inside the package.

720hours (30days) reliability test has done, the degradation is less than 5%.






The diodes have inert gas inside the package.

720hours (30days) reliability test has done, the degradation is less than 5%.
 

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I am very interested in the 07E using a FAC, that's a wonderful wavelength, just the failure rate after removing the gball and exposing to air has turned me off from buying more of those.
 

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Yes me too, and with a FAC I am hoping we can get a nice multi watt 465-470nm beam :D
 

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Bob, CDBEAM received some of the FAC corrected NUGM03 525 nm 1 watt laser diodes and tested last night, he will be reporting his findings soon.
 

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Results don't seem too bad, the beam is squared up but I'm not sure if the G8 lens is well suited for them or not yet.
 




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