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    Default 473nm for less than $660

    Can any of you dealers beat $660 for an analogue 50mW 473nm?

    Jim

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    I would believe so, but by how much, not sure yet. Give me a day to find out.

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    BTW the price above is from CNI.

    Jim

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    What are the specifics on this laser?

    Analog? Beam specifics?

    If I am to try and find a cheaper alternative I would like to at least keep all the parameters the same.

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    Its analogue and gere are the specs :-


    Wavelength (nm) 473
    Output power (mW) 1-100
    Transverse mode TEM00
    Operating mode CW
    Power stability (rms, over 4 hours) <5%,<10%
    Warm-up time (minutes) <15
    M2 factor <1.2
    Beam divergence, full angle (mrad) <1.5
    Beam diameter at the aperture (mm) ~2.0
    Beam height from base (mm) 24.8

    Spectral linewidth (nm) <0.1
    Polarization ratio >100:1 (0 or 90 degree)
    Noise of amplitude (rms) ~30%
    Operating temperature (℃)
    10-35
    Expected lifetime (hours) 10000
    Net weight of laser head (kg) 0.645
    Dimensions of laser head (mm) 140.8(L)73(W) 46.2(H)
    Power supply
    (80-260VAC) Integrated driver
    (LD-WL206) Dimensions: 135(L) 130(W) 61(H)
    Net weight: 1kg

    Warranty time 1 year
    TTL modulation Optional,1-10kHz or higher (If request, higher rate up to 40kHz available)
    Analog modulation Optional,1-10kHz or higher (0~max output when 0~5VDC signal input)

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    6 months ago I bought a few TTL 50mw blue lasers for $450 each after shipping. I dont know what I could get them for now

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    I got my 50mW TTL for $573 after shipping...
    Love, peace, and grease,

    allthat... aka: aaron@pangolin

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    CNI ' blue light laser is good , that's true , but sometimes it is so expensive . May I know if the price is refer to the trade price of large quantities ?

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    Is this...



    Considered a CNI laser? The big one... One the bottom.

    Yes, yes, I'm ignorant... ops: Keeps life fresh sometimes.

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    Yep...Looks like a CNI to me


    But you never know who will make a look-alike
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