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    Default Lpc826 - lpc 815 - phr803t - sfaw210 - ggwh20l - bdr-s06j

    i have received a new stock from my supplier
    and the new LPC 826 Diodes

    for sale:
    €5,40 LPC-815 (50 pcs availible)
    660nm 200-250mW
    €7,20 LPC-826 Diode only! (0 pcs availible)
    660nm NO details yet
    €6,00 PHR-803T (25 pcs availible)
    405nm 150mW
    €12,00 SF-AW210 (10 pcs availible)
    405nm 200-250mW
    650nm 200-250mW
    €22,80 GGW-H20L (10 pcs availible)
    405nm 6x 200-250mW
    650nm 250-300mW
    €40,00 BDR-S06J (10 pcs availible)
    405nm 12x 400-600mW

    Shipping costs:
    Weight 20g 50g 100g 250g 500g 2kg
    Netherlands 0,46 0,92 1,38 1,84 2,30 2,76
    Europa 0,79 1,58 2,37 3,16 6,32 8,69
    World 0,95 1,90 2,85 5,70 10,45 16,15

    not the cheapest but ready to ship directly

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    Sold:
    6x LPC826 Solarfire (Paid & Shipped)
    10x LPC826 Doc (Paid & Shipped)
    4x LPC826 laser_freak (Paid & Shipped)
    10x LPC826 300EVIL (Paid & Shipped)
    4x LPC826 dnar (Paid & Shipped)
    4x LPC826 rhd (Paid & Shipped)
    2x LPC826 cerocool (Paid & Shipped)
    2x LPC826 1x BDR-S06J Bradfo69 (Paid & Shipped)
    2x LPC826 Drew (Paid & Shipped)

    ALL LPC-826's are gone! other diodes still availible!
    Last edited by laserwinkel; 05-11-2011 at 10:26.

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    Question

    For those of us who do not know the differences... Can you post what each diode is and it's specs? I need a red diode or 3. . Thanks!
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    Put me in for 6 x LPC-826 Diodes

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    What does this 826 differ from 822 or 815 ?
    Hope you can supply us with this info ?
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    I just found out 10,000 ways that didn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allthatwhichis View Post
    For those of us who do not know the differences... Can you post what each diode is and it's specs? I need a red diode or 3. . Thanks!
    added stats

    i am not sure about the LPC826 yet i will try to test today but have to find a good heatsink first

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    Thanks! The 826 are reds correct?
    Last edited by allthatwhichis; 03-11-2011 at 06:32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allthatwhichis View Post
    Thanks! The 826 are reds correct?
    yes that is correct, probally 660nm and a bit stronger then the LPC822

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    LPC826 outputs 250-300mW at 550-600mA diode dies at 650mA
    used a cheap lens so probally a little more output with a good lens

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    I'll take 10 LPC826 please
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    I will take 4 LPC-826 please.

    Thanks

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