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    Default OLIGO full diode

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    OLIGO = SMALL
    Full diode dust free
    500mW 638nm
    1200mW 445nm
    150mW 520nm
    30kpps scanners
    1190 euro
    incl powercon and black PE flight case
    more info and video's on my site

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    Another Re-post spam. Dude you gotta lay off that spamming man....
    1x - 2W RGB DT40Pro (Currently building)
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    Quote Originally Posted by RGB LASER VERKOOP View Post
    500mW 638nm...
    1200mW 445nm...
    150mW 520nm...
    ..sure, why not.. '..Play it again, Sam', no really one cares, cuz yer pj's are like..



    We love ya, Joo-joo!...
    j
    ....and armed only with his trusty 21 Zorgawatt KTiOPO4...

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    OLIGO = SMALL
    Full diode dust free
    500mW 638nm
    1200mW 445nm
    150mW 520nm
    30kpps scanners
    Maybe I'm growing old before the right time...
    But....
    Only 150mw of 520nm green.... Aren't they too few???...
    What kind of white balance can get out?

    Without any offence... I think these specs are good for a RB (Purple) projector... not RGB
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    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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    see how nice:
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    and yes 1:1:1 is better, but you can not get it for this amazing price ;-)

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