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    Post CNI newly released single longitudinal 457nm

    Hi, CNI newly released single longitudinal 457nm laser.
    Pls click the netlink. http://www.cnilaser.com/PDF/MSL-FN-457.pdf

    It is used in DNA sequencing, flow
    cytometry, cell sorting, optical instrument,
    spectrum analysis, interference,
    measurement, holography, physics
    experiment, etc


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    Hmm can't be modulated....

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    well, every time you read that a laser is used for flow cytometry you can be sure that you will find all sorts of interesting blue, red, and violet wavelengths, but you can't use them

    apart from modulation, the powers are too low....
    "its called character briggs..."

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    If it really is SLM it should be good for DCG holography... No modulation required

    What's the coherence length?

    How much is it for the 100mW version?

    Jem
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jem View Post
    How much is it for the 100mW version?
    I'm betting its $$$$

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    I'd like to know the price for 100mW too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    I'm betting its $$$$

    me too...

    any replacement laser for a flow cytometer i have seen to date, is in the mid $$$$ range
    "its called character briggs..."

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