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    I have a spectra physics 163-C0201 multi line laser that is loosing power. It has an 093-02
    tube. I have found a new old stock tube 093-12. Can any one tell me what lines this tube will provide? Thanks, Guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by gkennedy View Post
    I have a spectra physics 163-C0201 multi line laser that is loosing power. It has an 093-02
    tube. I have found a new old stock tube 093-12. Can any one tell me what lines this tube will provide? Thanks, Guy

    Have you called Newport Spectra Physics and asked for a Scientific Ion Laser Service Engineer? Despite acting like a evil empire some times, they will bend the rules for hobbyists once in a while and answer questions. Email does not usually do it, use a phone. Have a PSU and Head serial number handy when you call.

    Or you could ask at National Laser, www.national-laser.com

    Steve

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    Thanks Steve, In fact I did this after posting the thread. They helped me yesterday. The tube is a 488 single line.

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