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    Default Lasorb 683

    Anybody know when the LASORB 683 is going to be available? Should be better protection for 445's running less than 500mW than the LASORB 833 might provide.

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    I was told by pangolin the 445 lasorb is in production and will be ready to ship in two weeks. That was a week ago though.

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    Is there really a need to protect the 445nm? I've done about everything but piss on the thing and it just keeps on lazing....
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    Quote Originally Posted by polishedball View Post
    Is there really a need to protect the 445nm? I've done about everything but piss on the thing and it just keeps on lazing....
    That was my thought; Macr did some fairly extensive "scientific" testing and it sounds like you could store em as house slipper beads until you wanted to use them and they'd be OK.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterWilling View Post
    I was told by pangolin the 445 lasorb is in production and will be ready to ship in two weeks. That was a week ago though.
    This is correct, I expect to receive the L44-683 Lasorbs end of next week.

    For the people who bought the L44-833 Lasorb (405nm), this part will work fine without any problems on the 445nm diodes.
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    I would go a step further and say is there really a need top protect any laser diode? The only times that I have killed diodes has been thru stupidity! Now that I have said that I'm probably going to start zapping diodes!


    Quote Originally Posted by polishedball View Post
    Is there really a need to protect the 445nm? I've done about everything but piss on the thing and it just keeps on lazing....
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    I have been using the blu-ray version on all my 445's and never had an issue even without static protection after attachment.

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