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    Default Anyone Here ever use a White Knight laser ?

    I'm just wondering If anyone here ever used a White Knight laser ?

    It's a He-CD laser that produces white light, made in Japan I believe and runs on 120 VAC, no water cooling required, max 50 mW all lines.
    If you have used or seen one what's your opinion ?

    Rick
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    A whitelight He-Cd??? I thought He-Cd's lased in the violet and ultra-violet... (440-something nm and 325-something nm???) Where are they getting the red and green from?

    Edit: Ok - Sam's laser faq does mention one whitelight HeCd, though when I went to the manufacturer's website I couldn't find any information about it.

    Adam

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    The White Knight series of He-Cad lasers have beams that are coaxial, the red and green are single mode TEM00 and the blue is multimode TEM01 on 2 models , the RGB-280S and the RGB-330S. The RGB-450M all beams are multimode. The output for single mode is < 1mm beam diameter, for multimode it's < 2mm diameter. The divergence for single is < 0.5 mrad and for multi it's < 1.0 mrad. Beam is linearly polarized > 100:1.
    Highest combined output is 50 mW. Typical use is in a Flow Cytometer.

    Don't know if the're still made but would like to check one out or get opinions.

    Rick
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    Default Re: Anyone Here ever use a White Knight laser ?

    Quote Originally Posted by LaserLover
    I'm just wondering If anyone here ever used a White Knight laser ?

    It's a He-CD laser that produces white light, made in Japan I believe and runs on 120 VAC, no water cooling required, max 50 mW all lines.
    If you have used or seen one what's your opinion ?

    Rick
    Here you go. Hope it helps.

    http://www.optikon.ca/whiteknight.pdf
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