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Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue..(new pics on P2)

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More pictures when it gets dark  :cool:
 

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Re: Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue...

What is this a new laser every week???


Your hobby is becoming a habit.
 

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Re: Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue...

Maybe its time for an "intervention"?? Start attending Lasers Anonymous meetings?? ;D ;D ;D ;D

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Re: Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue...

ok gus you are making mme madd now a freaking 700mw promethius now a 100mw 473 ;D ;D ;)
 

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Re: Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue...

It has been scientifically proven that there is no such thing as too many lasers


Right?


Right?

RIGHT?

<sigh>

Hi!

My name is dave

and I'm a laserholic

Peace,
dave
 

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Re: Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue...

daguin said:
It has been scientifically proven that there is no such thing as too many lasers


Right?


Right?

RIGHT?

<sigh>

Hi!

My name is dave

and I'm a laserholic

Peace,
dave

Too funny!! ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D


Ted
 

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Re: Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue...

john_lawson said:
ok gus you are making mme madd now a freaking 700mw promethius now a 100mw 473 ;D ;D ;)

Well... I had to trade one poison for another ;D ;D

The proBEASTeus now belongs to r34p3rex, and I now have a ~110mW 473nm labby!
 

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Re: Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue...

I knew, when I saw the title of this thread, EXACTLY who's it was! :p That is a NICE LASER! :D

How do you feel about the trade so far?

And if you really wanted, you could turn batter powered right? It looks pretty small for a labby! I can't wait to see more pictures, or even some videos... especially when your done with you RGB project!
 

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Re: Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue...

That is pretty amazing given the huge efficiency loss.

Congrats!
 

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Re: Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue...

Ace82 said:
And if you really wanted, you could turn batter powered right?  It looks pretty small for a labby!
I guess it'd munch batteries quickly though, big pump diode, TEC and all...
 

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Re: Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue...

Benm said:
[quote author=Ace82 link=1227223833/0#8 date=1227283852]
And if you really wanted, you could turn batter powered right?  It looks pretty small for a labby!
I guess it'd munch batteries quickly though, big pump diode, TEC and all... [/quote]

Maybe there's a LiPo battery out there that would work...  :p

Which makes me think, what is the input voltage & amps for that unit Gus?
 

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Re: Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue...

The power supply is designed for 120vac input and it doesn't really say what the output voltages are. BUT I'm guessing the pump diode is probably like 5W or so. So figure around 3v @ ~5A if you wanted to power it by battery, and that's just for the pump diode. The tec probably takes a good amount of amperage as well.
 

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Re: Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue...

Well I'm sure you could do some tests on your AC/DC converters output...
 

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Ace82 said:
Well I'm sure you could do some tests on your AC/DC converters output...
The power supply on this unit is a bit different than the conventional PSUs that go into scanners. Most are designed to have an ac/dc converter which then goes to the driver, with the driver and converter being separate units. This unit, on the other hand, is all contained in one robust and very nicely heat sinked box. Here is a picture that was taken by mariomaster of the PSU and the laser head together.

 

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Re: Wooo-hooo... 100mW of DPSS blue...

So pretty! I may have to consider trading one of my high powered hand helds for one of these ;)

Niiiiiiiiccccccccce!

Peace,
dave
 




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