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    Hi Guys

    Thought you might like to see some images of one of our rgb units.

    This one kicks out about 2000mW.

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    I dont know if it is down to the camera, but the red seems very low on the mix!
    Very neat setup though.

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    Thanks Jimbo

    Its a 671nm @ 700mW.

    It looks great in the real world. Pics were taken using my phone, so not the best colour reproduction. The green is 1 watt so the blue and red appear low in comparison.

    Its also running a Pangolin show and the red could well be working well under full power.

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    What are the prism dichros that you are using on the mounts?
    Is there a reason why you chose them rather than the typical 45deg EO dichros?

    Jim

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    Jim

    You are actually looking at two diochroic bounce mirrors , a green pass blue reflect and a green pass red reflect.

    The mirror mounts are triagular/prism shaped , not the glassware!

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    So thats what a neo laser looks like inside. What did you pay for it?

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    David

    Sorry , our buy price is a trade secret !

    I can give you a price I can sell it for . Full suggested retail price in the UK is 38999 for the one pictured. Trade discounts available !

    Its not a standard Trinity as the diodes have been changed around a bit. The rest of the components used are all the same. Just moved around a bit. We use it to test out different combinations of optics and diodes.

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    Thats a lot more than neo sells them for.
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    Dave

    Its a lot more than we sell them for ! We are the UK distributor and we do give trade discounts. The price is in line with most similar products out there, if not cheaper.

    I see you sell diodes on Ebay, I assume you make a profit at it ?

    We all have to make a living and its not cheap doing it in the UK !

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    Quote Originally Posted by fluff View Post
    Hi Guys

    Thought you might like to see some images of one of our rgb units.

    This one kicks out about 2000mW.

    Fluff
    Nice working
    I do like this!
    What a pity is the leak power maybe little high.
    Last edited by bridge; 02-28-2007 at 21:55.

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