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    Default UKLEM-10 Surfleet Bring and Buy

    OkeyDokey. As per the UKLEM-9 last year, the 'for sale' table is back.
    Feel free to post anything you have for sale on this thread.

    Mine so far:
    Behringer LC2412 DMX lighting desk boxed with instructions (with black sliders, not red)
    Bought as a controller for my old 'comedy projector'

    24 preset channels, assignable to 512 DMX channels
    Up to 3 DMX channels can be controlled per preset channel
    120 scenes storable in 10 banks
    Integrated chaser with up to 650 steps featuring sync-to-bass beat
    Frequency-dependent sound-to-light function
    Crossfade time freely selectable for super-smooth scene fades
    2 additional, multi-functional channels for special effects (fog machine, color changer, etc.)
    Ultra-flexible fading functions for manual and automatic operation
    Intuitive solo and channel flash functions
    Extremely effective preview function allows “hidden” memory and chaser checks even during live performances
    Dimmer control via DMX or analog output (0/+10 V)
    MIDI interface for cascading of 2 LC2412s (master/slave setup)
    PCMCIA card slot for storing of up to 25 complete settings (PCMCIA card not supplied)
    Illuminated display/controls and BNC Lamp socket for easy operation in dark stage environments
    Rack-mountable in standard 19" racks


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    ive got a few 445 modules for sale
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    What price Andeee rew?
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    £1.99 each

    1.4watt dual 445 = £300ono

    2.5watt 3 diode 445 = £450ono

    dont think im allowed to sell the mini 445 module but ill let you know on the day
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    F#ck a duck, Thats a good price Andy.

    Go back 2 years and the price of that 2.5W would have been unreal!!

    It's amazing what Casio have done to the world of lasers

    why, what's the prob??
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    the mini isnt technically mine, but i will have it for the meet.

    i will show you at the meet but these are good quality solid builds
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    Thanks.

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    I will also have several of the black cable tidy reels that I usually give away at the meets and maybe a bit of scrap ally from work as well.

    Just going through my workshop to see if there is ow't else I can salvage that someone else may want
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    Loadda stuff... I'll keep updating this post with more stuff as-and-when...

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    Novation Remote Zero SL - £70 ONO
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    Yep, it's a really sad day... the kind that bring a tear to one's eye. I've decided to let my Novation roam the hills free.

    An excellent MIDI controller, ideal for LivePro or Quickshow use. It has served me well over the last 18 months or so, visiting many a club, come rain or shine it fettled the widgets aboard LivePro to spit out a mega show. Minor paint wear around one or two sliders / buttons, but everything works perfectly.

    It will come pre-programmed with a LivePro mapping template I made. So all you need to do is plug and play (just need to tell LivePro what each knob does). If anyone wants a "try before you buy" at the meet I'd be happy to plug it in and you can have a go to see if she "feels" right
    Also, if anyone present buys it and wants a hand setting it up with LivePro / Quickshow on their laptop I'd be happy to sort that out too.

    USB cable included.





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    JDSU Argon Laser - £60 ONO
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    Hey hey hey!!
    Put down that egg nog and take a good 'ol look at what we've got on offer here...

    (Cue Bullseye music)

    In 1...
    A fantastic multi-line JDSU argon laser.



    Party like it's 1929 with this whizz-bang contraption.
    Amaze your friends!
    Surprise your co-workers!

    It's had a good history, 40,000 miles and one careful woman driver.
    Purchased from Sir. Smogalot on the yonder.
    The head is ~60mW me thinks, but has been transplanted into a shiny-new-shiny 20mW casing I recall.



    How many wavelengths?
    One... NO!
    Two... NO!
    Three...! +
    Whoa buddy!

    Here's a current/power curve:
    Code:
    4A  - 6.25mW
    5A  - 11.94mW
    6A  - 18.98mW
    7A  - 26.5mW
    8A  - 36.4mW
    9A  - 44.9mW
    10A - 55.0mW
    11A - 63.6mW
    12A - 73.8mW
    So not perfect, factory new by any means. Had a little millage, but 'still good



    So, I know you're all asking; how many hundreds and thousands of pounds is such a delightful gizmo going to set me back?

    Just for you; the paltry price of £60...
    (Just don't tell anyone else I did you such a good discount, 'cos they'll all want it!)

    *** Please let me know before the meet if you are interested in the Argon. I've got limited car space to bring things ***



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    Black Laser Module Housing - £20 (2 available)
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    These were previously very nice CNI 10mW 473nm lasers that had a few too many so were gutted for parts.

    Would be ideal for building a blue or red laser into; adding that "professional" look
    May have one or two scratches in places.
    Rubber seals present, so possible to hermetically seal module. Thick ally baseplate + well milled parts. Grab yourself a bargain!



    Everything pictured is included + mounting screws.



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    Anamorphic Prism Pair - £20 (2 sets available)
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    These were bought from the venerable Simon and his group-buy-a-tron.
    BBAR coated.
    Full specs here: http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...201#post153201

    Brand new, unused.





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    Red PBS Cube (15mm) - £15
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    Used, (but in perfect condition) red polarising beam splitter cube. Ideal for 640-660.
    Bought from Stanwax yonks ago.
    4 faces protected with FirstContact.





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    Die4Drive - £15
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    Brand new, unused.
    Modified by Robin for 445nm diodes, can drive up to 1.5A @ 5.5V supply.
    The sense resistor has been swapped out so 0.33mV per mA on the MON pad.




    More to add later...
    Last edited by danielbriggs; 03-23-2011 at 11:37.
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    Default bring and buy

    hey mr briggs
    i am keen on the novation will have cash at the meet


    i have a set of dt25's
    and the case and heat sink from the mini 2w blue that was at the last meet
    also have the laser base plate with the dual loc red and 90mw green and ca**o blue diode with prism pair on it up for grabs , this laser plate will fit in the mini case with the dt25's
    so you would just need drivers and a few of simons mirror mounts for a complete mini rgb
    to add to the list
    i will have 2x lw dichro mounts
    and a korg nano controller
    Last edited by badger1666; 03-25-2011 at 14:48.
    When God said “Let there be light” he surely must have meant perfectly coherent light.

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