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THIS IS MADNESS - Mitsubishi 639nm 3W "Twin buster" Updated Output test

Lifetime17

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Hi, This is an old thread you might want to start another one about the Mitsu twin beam diode.. But here is one I built previously. fullsizeoutput_a0c.jpeg fullsizeoutput_a0d.jpeg fullsizeoutput_a0b.jpeg fullsizeoutput_a16.jpeg fullsizeoutput_a14.jpeg

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Thanks Rich, GSS said I should contact you about obtaining one of these along with a driver. Also, The DC power requirements. (Remotely located). I'm building a USS Enterprise phaser bank in a model, so will only be used momentarily . No heat sinks needed, space is limited. .no pun intended.. hehe.
 

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This is a 3 and a half year old thread. This conversation should be continued in another thread or by PM. It isn't appropriate to continue it here.
 

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In all fairness I told new member "PhaserBoy" to chime in when he saw a video of it from Sanwu and found out about the twin beam and he just confused Podo with Lifetime17.
I don't see any harm:)
 

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The twin beam 638 from Olike that new member Phaserboy linked doesn't seem to have a Gball lens and I don't think the pic is just a generic diode type of pic..
2 different diode's or company's de G balling them and recanning with just a window??
 
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Yea, it looks to be a factory lens can, just haven't seen it before on a twin red diode, it figures though as these would be used in place of the phatlight red led.
 

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Hopefully someone will in that know's at what minimum these have to be run at to produce the twin beam??
 
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thanks for the laser tip. I think lifetime 17 has a similar picture if it hitting a wall from a distance. But it still comes out dual beam on his. I messaged seller, waiting for reply. If that's I will need the correct driver and power supply requirements. I will get a DTR copper housing module.
 




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