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Ushio Necsel 577nm 1W yellow

hakzaw1

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from Photoinics Spectra (mag)


new addition to extensive Necsel's 'Greens'
in 1 nm increments from 521nm 522, 523..etc to 549m-at 3.5W
starts again 550, 551 & 552 nm at 3W
three more at 2.5 W
ending with 555nm
so 30 wavelengths of 'green'

new laser is 'only' 1W...577nm.
package less than cubic inch

advert sez..Ophthamics, Bio, LIFE SCENCES, Lighting...:beer:

see in person at Photonics West
in San Fran. 1/27 to 2/3
booth# 647

Its one of the biggest events of its kind...all the big players will be there including Bill Benner from Pangolin.


SPIE 360 676 3290
spie.org
 

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That sounds awesome! Wish I could attend. No way I could make it to San Francisco this week.
 

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and I bet its not cheap to get in.. never went myself- I think it runs so long because there are a ton of booths.
And more 'demos' than you have time to watch..
A majority of the ads in this months issue note booths at SPIE.
'free samples'? at food expo... tons. At SPIE... we can wish..

Sometimes at deals like these a booth 'holders' might be able t get 'tickets' the big 'Food Expo' Houston/Dallas is like $25 BUT 'free' tickets from 'hosts' are easy to get.
 

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Haha. I was supposed to be at Photonics West for an all expenses paid school trip, but I missed out due to personal issues last semester. They send a lot of SPIE student officers. It's really intended for industry insiders and technical experts though.

Definitely would have wanted to see some of this stuff.
Styro will be there, so I really regret missing it. :(

Tickets for general SPIE members are $895, and non-members $955.
 

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wow

'Tickets for general SPIE members are $895, and non-members $955'

I had no idea it was that spendy to go... TY for adding that--+rep
Too bad you cannot go... myb next time..len
 

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Styro...Are u at the show ???? What does 550nm look like.
Any idea on unit cost ???? Likely 10X more than I have !

Thanx. Bob
 

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I would like to see a 550nm laser too, Bob. Can't get there in time, nor do I have an extra grand to get in. Must be nice to be comped tickets to get in. Oh well, there is always next year.
 

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That is not going to happen. These OPSLs are strictly lab lasers that need active temperature regulation as well as active cooling. Ultimatekaiser has a three watt one that is not too large, as the head goes, but is huge in its controller to eliminate heat from the system.
 
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That is not going to happen. These OPSLs are strictly lab lasers that need active temperature regulation as well as active cooling. Ultimatekaiser has a three watt one that is not too large, as the head goes, but is huge in its controller to eliminate heat from the system.
Its Not an OPSL it is a VECSEL that is being direct doubled. So technically DPSS :na:
 

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Well...As time/tech march on...looks like we keep getting more color crayons...for our crayon box....but then...complexity, size and cost give a real jolt of reality,....Sigh !!!:eg::eg:...Back to the Lab !!

I have been to Technical Convention's....for other industries.....These group's are serious business....for serious $$$$.

" No Dogs Allowed "....(" No Hacks Allowed")....." Back off Man...I am a Scientist " hahahahaha....Beam Out
 
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Hey guys I Have an old PDF for the 460nm version. with more info on these If anyone wants it just for fun PM me your email.
 

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I saw the display in person...it was pretty awesome. 1W lasers in 1nm increments from roughly 520nm to 560nm and a 577nm unit. ill post pictures later. I walked around with an LPF member (connor... can't remember his username here) and I think he got in for free. That kid knows a TON about scanners and he definitely impressed some of the vendors there.
 




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