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Thread: FS: 473nm Blue LaserWave Laser

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    Default FS: 473nm Blue LaserWave Laser

    I am selling this laser:

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...ead.php?t=8672
    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...ead.php?t=8879

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    this is without letting it warm up and out of the pangolin so its not at 100%... but I will guarantee it to do at the very minimum 300mW... according to laser ben it was doing 400mW when he got it, I have never seen that... but this could definately just be just due to 14 year out-of-cal meters (note the 1996 cal date on the head lol)... so maybe you will have better luck then I did?


    no smoke


    this is with NO smoke the green cant even keep up and the red is basically invisible... and its a 250mw red and 300mW green with the pangolin on full-brightness pallet


    again, NO smoke

    and even a video!

    http://flecom.net/lasers/1035.swf
    this is the blue along with a 300mW 532nm laserwave and a 550mw 640nm laserwave

    it has less than 100 hours on it... if I had to guess I would say 50~ hours

    it has a really nice tight beam and modulates really well (compared to the other 473nm lasers I have seen)

    this is a really nice laser, the ONLY reason I am selling it is because I have a bigger (457nm) blue on the way

    I would like to move it for $2000... I need it to move quickly to pay for something I want to buy from junktronix... so no trades unless you have anything really mindblowing you want to get rid of really cheap lol

    reply here or PM me with any questions or shoot me an email for faster response (Frank (at) FLECOM (d0t) net)

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    Last edited by flecom; 06-02-2010 at 02:54. Reason: price drop

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    TTT

    price drop

    $2000 paypal takes it, shipped to your door
    Last edited by flecom; 06-02-2010 at 02:09.

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    Gonna have a real hard time selling this what with the new 445nm LDs...

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    Lightbulb

    Yea, but imagine 300mW of 473 mixed with 500mW 445. Might need a quad 660 along with 900mW of 640... but it would be a very nice pallette.
    Love, peace, and grease,

    allthat... aka: aaron@pangolin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diachi View Post
    Gonna have a real hard time selling this what with the new 445nm LDs...
    yes but this is blue

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    So is 445nm....
    CLICKY!!!

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    For graphics this laser is better than 445nm because of the better beam specs.

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    A couple things that are effecting your measurement:


    1. Your thermal sensor is sitting on a metal plate which will effect the measurement.
    2. The laser blows air out of the front, right onto the sensor.
    CLICKY!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laser Ben View Post
    So is 445nm....
    wow really? holy crap then NASA must be full of morons

    http://eosweb.larc.nasa.gov/EDDOCS/W...or_Colors.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by flecom View Post
    wow really? holy crap then NASA must be full of morons

    http://eosweb.larc.nasa.gov/EDDOCS/W...or_Colors.html

    It looks different to different people. Having seen 442, it looks very blue to me.

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