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Thread: VIDEO... nice projector (medialas attaxx 7rgb, pango QS2)

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    Default VIDEO... nice projector (medialas attaxx 7rgb, pango QS2)

    Normally i don't post videos from others, but damnn this is one nice projector.
    I know its not fair to compare a 30K Medialas to most of our homebuild projectors.
    The guy did destroy his Cmos sensor.

    I can't find real solid info on the unit.
    There are different configurations out there.

    If i only come half as close in performance with my own build.. than i am a happy man.

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    Specification:
    Laser Power -(B >2W - R >2W - G >3W)
    Color Balance - Blue 473nm, Green 532nm. 637nm
    Beam Properties: ca. 4mm / 1 mrad
    Scan Speed: 45,000 pps ILDA (60,000 pps opt.)
    Deflection Angel: Up to 60d Optical
    Size: 455 x 260x x 120mm
    Weight: 24kg - 53 lbs
    Power Required - 90-250 VAC - 250 VA

    TeraScanII Galvos (Included with laser)

    Technical Data - max. 70 optical
    Deflection angle: up to 45,000pps with 5x10mm mirror
    Scan speed: Input: Analog +/-5V
    Power: +/- 24VDC to +/-30VDC @ 1.2A
    Mirror aperture: 3.5mm, optional 4.5mm





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    that looks like 445 not 473

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    WOW!
    2W/473nm!
    2W/637nm!
    Galvos also seems to be extra-fine.
    This projector = $$$$$$$$$$$$$....... a lot of money!
    Gorgeous!
    my webpage
    http://stevemilani.jimdo.com
    Skype ID: stevemilani957

    my RGB analogue projectors:
    3.9 W (640/532/445) 30kpps
    2.6 W (655/532/450) 30kpps
    2.5 W (638/532/450) 30kpps
    0.7 W (test unit)(635/532/473) 18kpps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Milani View Post
    WOW!
    This projector = $$$$$$$$$$$$$....... a lot of money!
    Gorgeous!
    +30k (30.000 dollars)
    I have seen prices up to 50.000$

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    Seems nice projector with fair price. These are the "low cost" of their RGB lines, though

    BTW, my actual 4W RGB is close to this performance with 2W 640nm, and will even exceed it with the new EyeMagic/Iris ColorSafe I'm about to order

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbk View Post
    Seems nice projector with fair price. These are the "low cost" of their RGB lines, though

    BTW, my actual 4W RGB is close to this performance with 2W 640nm, and will even exceed it with the new EyeMagic/Iris ColorSafe I'm about to order
    Any indepth information and photo's of your your 4w RGB?
    I find it inspirering to look at other people's technical work.

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    Here's some pictures : http://www.sbk-laser.ch/RGB4W_1.jpg
    http://www.sbk-laser.ch/RGB4W_2.jpg
    http://www.sbk-laser.ch/RGB4W_3.jpg

    It has >1.8W 640nm from RGBLaserSystem, 1.3W 532nm, 1W 445nm from RGBLaserSystem, all with <1mrad divergence. Notice the empty space inside, that's to add a few more watts later
    Scanners are DT40Pro and are about to be updated with the fastest scanners on earth (EyeMagic EMS7000)
    Pangolin PASS scanfail unit, ultrasilent fans, sealed and antivibration optical part...

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    I am agent for MediaLas in Sweden and will happily answer any questions about their products.

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