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    Default Maxyzmodules 200mW RED module

    For Sale:
    As seen on ebay and on this site !!!
    Maxyzmodules RED 660nm 225mW laser module








    As of : April 3 2007

    269.95USD or 202.12EUR each --
    Shipping is 15USD for USA and Canada
    25USd or 18.72EUR for International orders
    284.95USD Total for USA or 213.95EUR total for International
    for Photolexicon members ..

    That's 539.90USD for a Pair ...(404.24EUR)
    Same price shipping...Limited time offer ...
    They come Analog modulation...Altho , You can use the analog units in TTL configuration.
    These will include the new driver board with full blanking to well over 30khz. (useful to at least 100khz)

    If you need a mounting plate, We offer them at 15USD each
    These are for mounting of a single unit.

    If you need a dual mounting plate for combining a pair 45USD each.
    ..set-up and predrilled for mounting of a MM-1 or equivalent mirror mount and a MM-1 /BS or equivalent like the one pictured in Junktronix post

    only a few left:
    Laser-Line BS cube mounted to MM1 or KMS is 135.00USD
    Laser-Line mirror mounted to MM1 or KMS is 65.00USD


    Grab a couple and find a Beam Splitter or Pol Cube and combine them
    for more power... I got over 400mW out of my setup real fast.
    If you buy 2 , I will set one of them up Opposite polarity for easier combining!!!


    If you buy the whole set-up its 765USD plus 20USD in USA/Canada , 785USD total
    or 572.78EUR plus 22.47EUR international shipping , 595.25EUR total

    Each unit is handcrafted. therefore.. great care is put in each unit before they leave..
    The power is doublechecked with Coherent Laserchecks and Scientech meters.
    All parts are NEW .. except the heat sink which is black anodised
    However , We have just started to paint them with a special FLAT BLACK paint.
    The beam diameter is less than 2.5mm (always) mostly around 2.2mm
    and divergence less than 1.0mR. Typically .8mR.

    The diodes are NOT the small 100mW DVD diodes...!!!
    We thank everyone who has bought these...enjoy

    Only a few complete set-ups left till we get more mounts..so hurry !!!
    Oh and dont forget, if paying by PAYPAL please add the 4percent they charge for their cut.

    Please PM me or the_kcar
    Thanks
    Last edited by marconi; 04-03-2007 at 15:12.
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    I buy one next time i have that money

    You dont want to trade 2 100mW modules ?

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    Man....I would love one of these!!!!! I have the 170mW version, and it rocks!!!! I couldn't put it down for the month!!! :lol:

    You know what they say, If a little is good than more is better!!!!!!!!!!!


    themadscientistist

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    I just got a couple of these things...I had one of their 150's I swapped in, and it not just rocked, but burned!

    Trembling with anticipation...did you see how it looks lighting up the room around kcar?!

    Can't wait.
    "Sorry---But the library is closed for the Holidays"

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    Well, I got them in the other day
    Thanks for the fast shipping Max!!

    Both Red modules are producing well over the 200 mark
    even when warmed-up.

    I have succeeded in combining my pair.
    I am getting almost 400mW out!!

    SUPER nice

    :lol:

    I only now wish that all my lasers were this size

    I look forward to my next purchase, You Guys Rock
    "Sorry---But the library is closed for the Holidays"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DokKtORweIRd
    Well, I got them in the other day
    Thanks for the fast shipping Max!!

    Both Red modules are producing well over the 200 mark
    even when warmed-up.

    I have succeeded in combining my pair.
    I am getting almost 400mW out!!

    SUPER nice

    :lol:

    I only now wish that all my lasers were this size

    I look forward to my next purchase, You Guys Rock
    Nice result

    Can I ask you what beamsplitter you use to combine them ?
    I really really need a beamsplitter\combiner !!!!

    Let me know where to buy if you dont have a spare one ?


    Thanx

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    Is this offer still valid?

    I'm intrested in one unit with analog modulation.
    You know, I have one simple request. And that is to have sharks with frickin' laser beams attached to their heads!

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    Why Yes it is...
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    Can you tell me more about what power supply it needs and if there is analog modulation ?

    Thanks,
    Tony

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    Hi Tony...

    Typically any power supply of + 7 to +10 volts capable of at least 375ma should work.. but I would aim for a 1 amp or better..easier on the supply this way..A wall transformer, Linear or switching supply or even batteries will work..
    They are reverse polarity protected as well.
    They will run at +12 or more volts but ran rather warm ., since the regulation is done inside the head this produces heat inside the module very close to the diode.,when the heads get hot the power will drop. but mounted to a projector base plate or heatsink this may not be a problem.So that is why we recommend the lower voltage.
    The normally come reverse TTL, But YES , We can make them Analog.
    Just mention that during your order.,
    Also., If you are planning on combining a pair., please mention that as well as
    we will set-up one of the modules opposite polarity.
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