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    Default Let's make things more easy and simple

    Laserwave supply RGB in one, wish which will help you building your projector more easily.
    The sizes is: 222mm*184mm, thickness is 8mm.
    Power is choose as below:
    LW640-350mW series
    LW532-300mW series
    LW473-200mW series
    remember there is always overpower of our lasers.
    Best regards!
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    Laser-wave can supply:
    Green 532nm, 4W, 10W, 15W
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    All diodes, All optics, All mount, All laser base and housing for yourselves building lasers.
    Speical products, 532nm, OEM-V-SS, 4W, 98mm*46mm*48mm; OEM-H, 10W, 250mm*88mm*70mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by bridge View Post
    Laserwave supply RGB in one, wish which will help you building your projector more easily.
    The sizes is: 222mm*184mm, thickness is 8mm.
    Power is choose as below:
    LW640-350mW series
    LW532-300mW series
    LW473-200mW series
    remember there is always overpower of our lasers.
    Best regards!
    Bridge
    Very NICE!!!

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    Bridge, that unit looks very nice Should make building projectors very easy if you don't want to have to worry about your beam table

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    What we need next is a LW0203 3-in-one oem-driver, with only one power supply !

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    I'm dreaming of a universal laser power supply:
    -24V | 0V | +24V @ ~4A each
    +5V @ ~10A.....20A
    +12V @ ~5A
    All in one case. That would save a lot of space in the projector.
    Read somewhere that MeanWell does custom builds.
    If there were enough people on a group-buy maybe...

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    I use traco,s to save room. They only are roughly 10cm long and 5cm wide.

    Here,s a link

    http://nl.farnell.com/jsp/search/pro...441237,1441238

    they have several types and the efficiency is 90%

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    Maybe extend that plate to make room for galvos, you would want your galvos on the optical bench?
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    Very nice Bridge and I'm sure it will be a great seller.

    Only thing I'd question is the power balance. It looked light on red so I ran the figures through Chroma. It suggests perfect balance with 600mw 640.

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    I can assure you its not light on the red. The eye is king.

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    I've got 300mW 532's doing over 400mW each, and they balance very well with the 350mW (doing about 380mW) 640's from LW

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