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    Default 488nm doide laser

    Is there anyone who needs 488nm doide laser? If so, please check CNI website, and contact me. Thanks for your attention.

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    Ayuki

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    Please provide a link; I don't see any 488 nm diode lasers on the CNI website. Phil, 142laser
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    Dear Phil,

    Thanks for your reply. Please check the link http://www.cnilaser.com/blue_laser488.htm. If you need further help, please e-mail us. Thank you.

    Best regards,

    Ayuki

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    Is that DPSS?

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    That is a DPSS laser dummy

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeba2kv View Post
    That is a DPSS laser dummy
    Don't be so sure... 488nm laser diodes do exist rather than SFM DPSS. http://www.thorlabs.com/thorproduct....umber=NDS1113T

    http://www.thorlabs.com/thorProduct....er=L488P060MLD

    http://www.nulasers.com/laser_diode_modules.html

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    PM'd for clarification and pricing info over a week ago, no reply. Was this a hit-and-run?

    The last time I spoke with CNI, their 488nm models were "not available". I would be interested to know if that has changed.

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