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Thread: Blue 445nm 1W 50k analogue

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnar View Post
    Actually, it's tree bee.



    Ah tree bee. Looks dangerous.

    I'll give tree bee a miss.

    (PS Don't let it put you off the Spacelass Blue which at Class 4 is perfectly safe if used properly.)
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    445nm 1W 50K modulation
    Beam divergence, full angle(mrad): <1.5
    Beam diameter at the aperture(mm): appr. 3x3.5 pointing stability after warm-up(mrad): <0.05
    Laser head size: 80*32*38mm
    Driver size: 58*53*35mm
    Beam height: 21.5mm
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    Just thought I would post some results from this laser

    Beam diameter:~4x2mm
    Beam divergence:~2mRad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badpip View Post
    1W and a class 3B sticker?

    /Thomas
    I think this is how they get passed customs sometimes.
    Thanks
    -Eighty8
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    3x 1W RGB Analog - Work in progress (red 650nm@500mW/green 532nm@200mW/blue 445nm @300mW)

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    The 447nm 1w is without fans. customers need to add the diodes to the alluminium plate or add a fan. The design is for non-noice!

    Tks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spacelas View Post
    The 447nm 1w is without fans. customers need to add the diodes to the alluminium plate or add a fan. The design is for non-noice!

    Tks.
    The next time it is running it will be mounted to a baseplate.

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    Did I miss something, or did Jon finally lose it?

    The latter sounds more exciting for everyone, but I suspect a user was nuked, making Jon look like he's creating imaginary nemesis
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    You are using Bonetti's defense against me, ah?

    I thought it fitting, considering the rocky terrain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norty303 View Post
    or did Jon finally lose it?
    oh, just imagine the flurry of bold, italics and emoticons this would bring upon us



    ( i guess there is a little bit of this thread we missed over the night )
    "its called character briggs..."

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    ^^ ROFL.. @ Norty, lol, but.. I'm preety sure I was 'certifiable' a looong time a go, m8...

    Yeah, sorry 'bout that.. it was that 'ninjaspammer', dropping his little pellets in everyones' threads again... (As-if.. Anyhoo, sick: cleaned, tears: wiped.. thx fer the chuckle, Gents.. carry-on!

    j

    edit - I typed 'ROLF', oi, I even mucked that-up.. I'd prolly spell LOL wrong..
    Last edited by dsli_jon; 04-28-2012 at 05:14. Reason: spells ROFL wrong, LOLZ
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    Its interesting, I checked over my emails that contained 445 products in and did a quick tally up.

    In 2011 I had a few emails about projectors with 445
    In January I had 3
    In Febuary none
    In March had 11
    in Arpil had 27
    and in May 42

    These are all from different sellers with prices from 1,200usd upwards.

    Sounds like there is going to be a flood of 445 units on the market which is both good for some and very bad for others.

    Some Bad points I feel from these emails and prices I am seeing.
    Putting these 445's in the hands of just about anyone for hardly any money.
    Safety Risk factors that can damage the business in general.

    Good points.
    Good for sellers of control solutions like sub 100 usd, ishow an alike.

    Larger problem here is that it is a big leap in power for lower price, this scares me a bit because I expect to see just about every Dj using these in close proximity to audiences at even the smallest parties. Expecting to come soon the damage of video projectors and hopefully but likely reports of eye damage.

    The 445 is quite dam hot.

    These comments here are by no means directed at the OP, just general thoughts and a little fear about what is going on right now.

    Welcome comments.

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