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    Default CNI 532nm OEM laser upto 18w , especially for laser show system.

    Dear All,

    In the coming Christmas Day, I am posting CNI OEM lasers for laser show application.
    Following is green laser 532nm up to 18w with compact structure.

    Pls click www.cnilaser.com to find any one you want.
    Send email to support@cnilaser.com , I will reply you in time.

    Alice
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    SPECIFICATIONS
    Wavelength (nm) 5321
    Output power (mW) >5000, 6000…, 18000
    Transverse mode Near TEM00
    Operating mode CW
    Power stability (rms, over 4 hours) <1%, <3%, <5%, <10%
    Warm-up time (minutes) <10
    M2 factor 3.0-6.0
    Beam divergence, full angle (mrad) <17
    Beam diameter at the aperture (mm) ~2. 0
    Beam height from base plate (mm) 41 with TEC, 31 without TEC
    Polarization ratio >100:1
    Pointing stability after warm-up (mrad) <0.05
    Operating temperature (℃) 22.5+/-2.5
    Pins information A3. positive of diode; A1. negative of diode
    Expected lifetime (hours) 10000
    Warranty time The warranty is 3 months, excluding the LD failure.
    Note: The power supply needs to be with the over current protection function.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alice Liu View Post
    Dear All,

    SPECIFICATIONS

    Beam divergence, full angle (mrad) <17 =

    Warranty time The warranty is 3 months, excluding the LD failure. =

    Note: The power supply needs to be with the over current protection function.=
    Nuff said!

    Cheers

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    17mrad, its a torch

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    I think you can get LEDs that have better divergence than that - as for 3 month warranty - whos pisser are they pulling - this is not gonna be cheap 7k 8k 10k more?????? who in their right mind would pay that and be satisfied with 3 months warranty and does excluding LD failure mean that the LD is not covered in the 3 months or that the LD has more warranty (ok I know which one it will be but please specify)
    And tell us the price so we can laugh.

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    the 17mRad is the uncollimated beam, you need a separate collimator with this laser, just like the other OEM heads.

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    Indeed, the 17mrad us just the uncolimated beam. Expect the same divergence as their lab modules with the collimator..
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    If that's the case why does it not come with one fitted.
    it shoud at the kind of money these things cost ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by badger1666 View Post
    If that's the case why does it not come with one fitted.
    it shoud at the kind of money these things cost ??
    This is an OEM-optioned module. You can use their collimator and TEC, or OEM-install it as necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badger1666 View Post
    If that's the case why does it not come with one fitted.
    it shoud at the kind of money these things cost ??
    And what collimator should they add?

    Some companies need fat beam with low divergence, some companies need thin beam. others need a uncollimated beam.

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    like taggalucci says its an oem option module you make your choice when you buy it.
    thats good enough for me ,i did not know it was that sort of laser when i made my statment

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