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  1. Default Sell DPSS Green&Blue Laser Modules

    TTL Modulation, DPSS
    Green Laser Module Price:
    40mw US$90.00,
    60mw US$102.00,
    100mw US$282.00,
    200mw US$360.00,
    300mw US$808.00,
    500mw US$1770.00,
    Blue Laser Module Price:
    50mw US$757.00,
    100mw US$1615.00,
    200mw US$2052.00,
    250mw US$3205.00,

    Artlaser Technology Co.,Ltd
    email:export@artlaser.net
    contact person: Eliezer
    guarantee period is 1 year, 5000 hour, Any problem, contact me.
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    I see this is for TTL, Can you post additional pricing for Analog modulation as well. I believe analog modulation is of most use to people these days... Thanks! ...Carey
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    Nice

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    My friend, are there many people use analog modulation lasers in Europe? For the same power, i think analog modules are nore dark than TTL's.
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    Does "nore dark" Mean More dark??? Are you saying that a 300 mw analog modulated laser and a 300 mw TTL modulated laser are Different light intensy's. If this is the case, how can they be both 300 wm? Some clarification please...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliezer
    My friend, are there many people use analog modulation lasers in Europe? For the same power, i think analog modules are nore dark than TTL's.
    Yes, there are. I'm surprised you would even ask the question. :?

    Analog blanking is *vastly* preferable to TTL blanking; you get much better color mixing with analog blanking. TTL blanking will only give you 7 colors. (Red, green, blue, teal, pink, yellow, and white.) With analog blanking you can get many different shades - potentially millions of colors. This is why analog blanking is preferred, and why the better laser show controllers (Pangolin, Laser Design Studio, et al) all support analog blanking. (Note also that if you own a controller that only supports TTL blanking, you can STILL use a laser that supports analog blanking. So it makes sense to buy for the future...)

    You are correct that *SOME* lasers will not completely shut off when you use analog blanking. There may be a few milliwatts leaking through. But that isn't a function of analog blanking itself; rather it's a sign that the blanking circuit wasn't biased properly. Properly adjusted, there is no reason for a TTL-blanked laser to appear any "darker" than an analog-blanked one.

    Besides, the apparent "darkness" of th blanked beam isn't a major concern. The whole point of analog blanking is the superb color mixing you get. From what I've seen, it's only the really CHEAP lasers that can't completely extinguish the beam under analog blanking. Most lasers I've used that have analog blanking will extinguish to the point that the human eye can't detect any output.

    And in any event, I know that I'd rather have the extra color palette offered by analog blanking, even if the "blanked" condition wasn't completely dark.

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    Yeah, Exactly, Me too... Just send the Beam to another part of the screen and nothing is seen.. Had to do that plenty of times when Neos units were acting up
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliezer
    My friend, are there many people use analog modulation lasers in Europe? For the same power, i think analog modules are nore dark than TTL's.
    I would not buy another laser unless it is analog. So do you offer these in analog or not?
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    TTL modulation is too limiting, analog is the way to go, I agree 100%.


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  10. Default Thank you every one.


    Waaahoo. I love this forum so much! There are so many guys read my Topic.
    I will public our Analog laser modules price later on. For us, we only use high power analog modules to bulit up RGB >2w laser projector, that's color really perfect, full-color.
    Thank you every one. I'm from professional laser manufactory, any require, contact me. export@artlaser.net
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