I'm not sure because I don't have the unit in my hand.
But you can check the link and tell instantly for yourself.
These units fail in strange ways and not always consistently. Depends which...
are you sure? but isnt that wierd that scanner is working and laser not?PsychoLaser Today, 03:06
... my "cleaved" fibers did't survive more than 20 Watts for longer than 5 minutes ... any dust particle or micro-fissure will start to melt the fiber tip!
So I'm cutting+breaking (cleaving) them...
ohh and btw.. when i try clicking a que - the fb3 flashes yellow,and i can hear the scanner working, only there is no laser output :confused:PsychoLaser Today, 01:54
I would be lying if I had said I have not thought about doing this my self, I have hair is some areas that I want gone as well, I have used a laser to remove a black head my doctor could not get rid...Draco Yesterday, 16:45
If the averaged power goes down, then the average current also goes down. 99% of regular multimeters show the average value of the current (up to several tens of kHz), for example at 50% PWM you will...Bbe Yesterday, 16:41
Usually the fibers would be 'fusion spliced' into a fiber combiner. For simple jobs where you just want to get a beam out of the fiber you can just cleave the fiber tip and then mount the fiber in...krazer Yesterday, 11:09
Why did you bring up old sh*t? Everyone else had forgotten about you and your company. You brought this all back to life.slicklasers Yesterday, 09:20
You guys are harsh... you have to nick pick every little detail? If I wanted my essay grammatically corrected, I would of e-mailed it to a high school teacher.pawnlasers Yesterday, 08:15