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Tahsin

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Hello Everyone ,

i am new here , recently i bought one Blue Laser Light from E-bay, i am from Bangladesh , so there is no way to return my defective item now . so i found these web-page forum. and i like these page . it is good help full .

here is my description of the defective laser light . : :wave:

Maximum output power < 200 mW
WAVELENGTH 405 nm (+ -) 10
Class III LASER PRODUCT
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Battery :wave: LC 16340 ( 880 mAh 3.6 V ) { come with the box }

and i buy more two Battery :wave: XSL 18350 ( 1200 mAh 3.7 V )

my laser light is not working good , the light blue is very very low and it cannot see it is working , and you can say the the Diodes is dead or weak .
and my new battery is not fixing the laser light . because it is little big .
so look the photo and tell me what i do . and do you have any idea .
i think i can use the 3 battery and have to buy the new Diodes and laser pointer and the body . please help me please.
oh i need to upload more photo here is 8 picture and rest of them will upload too . thanks .

here is the 2nd link for all Diodes 8 photo . ok -->
http://laserpointerforums.com/f44/help-me-next-photo-i-add-here-too-78279.html#post1125695
 

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405 is violet not blue. You will not see much of a beam and the spot will not be bright.
That is normal.
To really see the beam and a bright spot you need tio go up to 445+ blue or 532 green.
 

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Yupp what Lethere said, it's violet don't expect a good visible beam. Get a green one instead.
 

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Even though it is hard to see the beam if it is really putting out close to the 200mW it is supposed to put out then it should be able to burn something, have you tried to do this yet ???
 
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Oh, and you bought the wrong batteries. Look at the two different numbers. That should give it away.
Thats the same module in the Ebay pens we have been buying for anyone who didnt notice.
 

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Try focusing the dot as small as you can on a piece of paper with some dark writing on it(like a newspaper). If it is near the stated output it should burn newspaper pictures and printings easily.. I also agree with above statements on the wavelength. 405nm is essentially what one would call black light or UV(near UV at least). You will not see it well alone but a good way to test it is hit something that glows in the dark with the laser and it should shine very brightly.
 

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hhmmm ok .

i think i need to buy again. can anyone help me to the blue or good long lasting laser.
Battery :--->
(1) LC 16340 ( 880 mAh 3.6 V ) { 1 pcs i have }
(2) XSL 18350 ( 1200 mAh 3.7 V ) { 2 pcs i have }

these 2 type battery, which laser i can buy please tell me .
 
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Whats your price range? Id say go with a Member-Built laser, but thats just me.
They last a good amount of time and the relationships with the members is even better. Great people around here.
Oh, and dont limit yourself with the type of batteries you own. They are cheap enough anyways.
 

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I wouldn't mind building a 1-2W 445nm laser for you if you would like or I could direct you to someone I know who makes them as well. It would be powered by 2 16340s which can be cheaply bought on dealextreme.
 

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Whats your price range? Id say go with a Member-Built laser, but thats just me.
They last a good amount of time and the relationships with the members is even better. Great people around here.
Oh, and dont limit yourself with the type of batteries you own. They are cheap enough anyways.
:yh: thanks you Kartracer, yes i need to buy but don't know the price range.
can you tell me or show me some photo and price , so i can choose and decide.
thanks .
 

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I wouldn't mind building a 1-2W 445nm laser for you if you would like or I could direct you to someone I know who makes them as well. It would be powered by 2 16340s which can be cheaply bought on dealextreme.
:yh: hi , and thank you .

can you please tell me the price range and is it blue . please .
 

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445nm is blue. Price varies depending on what you want but I wouldn't mind discussing it further in PM if you like.
 

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445nm is blue. Price varies depending on what you want but I wouldn't mind discussing it further in PM if you like.
:thanks:

ok green or blue which one is long lasting !!!
and the laser i need which can burn anything , and have good power. in the night it should show more brighter and long distance can go .

the laser i bought from ebay , it was said it is 1 mail light go but totally zero power i found :bowdown:

i don't know the price range but i expected under $ 30 .
anyway please give me the price and let me decide that price i can afford .
 

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405 is violet not blue. You will not see much of a beam and the spot will not be bright.
That is normal.
To really see the beam and a bright spot you need tio go up to 445+ blue or 532 green.
:thanks:

445+ blue and 532 green that mean i have to buy the Diodes and Driver or all things . ? please help me please .
 




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