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    Default My New Range of 445nm Modules

    Been working on a range for 445 modules for a while now.

    All are full sealed including AR window and all aluminium construction (apart from brass mirror mounts) so the diodes have good heat sinking.

    Currently got a 1watt module, 1.5watt module and 2.5watt module.

    Heres how the paint actually looks in real life. i can do the lids any colour people want really, blue or black or any other colour.







    photo with a camera flash which isnt how the paint looks in real life













    2.5watt module

    the 2.5watt module has a 4mm by 5mm beam at aperture and is 40mm @ 18 metres

    the module measures 131mm long, 60mm wide and 35mm high, the input voltage can be set for either 9v or 12v







    1watt module

    The 1watt module has a 5mm by 5mm beam at aperture and is 15mm @ 18 metres which = 0.55mR

    this tiny module measures 80 long x 56mm wide and 35mm high and comes with the required PSU. the psu is just as tiny as the module









    1.5watt module

    This is the 1.5watt module, which is in the same size case as the quad. As the quad it measures 131mm long, 60mm wide and 35mm high.

    The beam is 5mm at aperture and 15mm @ 18 metres which = 0.55mR

    This module comes with the same 6.5v psu as the 1watt module








    a few forum members have my 1watt modules in their projectors and as far as im aware very pleased with them.

    so if anyone needs any 445 modules just let me know.

    im also working on a red module which ill post details of shortly.

    thanks
    Last edited by andy_con; 06-24-2011 at 10:11.
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    Thumbs up

    Nice looking modules. It'd be cool to do a 6 banger with 2 blues and a quad red.
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    allthat... aka: aaron@pangolin

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    Looks tidy on the outside

    You need to bin off all those set squares though Con...
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    Quote Originally Posted by allthatwhichis View Post
    Nice looking modules. It'd be cool to do a 6 banger with 2 blues and a quad red.
    um suppose you could

    Looks tidy on the outside

    You need to bin off all those set squares though Con...
    nothing wrong with my squares
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    Aluminium Optic Mounts

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_con View Post
    nothing wrong with my squares
    One's gorra big 'ole in it...
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    its called character briggs
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_con View Post
    its called character briggs
    ok, this goes straight to my signature!!!!!
    "its called character briggs..."

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    Nutters! I like it...
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    first post updated
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    Just out of interest because I pretend to have no money (aka I should spend it on more useful stuff): how many would one cost me?

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