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Thread: GM20, G120PD, MM1, MM2, Machida, Fibers, Pwr Meters, DMX, Tesla Coil, Lumia, more...

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    Default GM20, G120PD, MM1, MM2, Machida, Fibers, Pwr Meters, DMX, Tesla Coil, Lumia, more...

    THE SALE IS CLOSED - THANK YOU ALL!

    Prices do not include shipping. PM me for quote. Sale ends Tuesday night 7/22. Thanks for looking!

    Logic Systems DMX0602A-DRV
    DMX decoder to 8 op-amp driven channels. Power Supply: 15VDC to 24VDC @ 4A maximum, can also be used with a single ended supply
    Analog outputs: 6 current controlled with individually adjustable gain, offset, and damping and 2 voltage controlled jumper selectable for PWM or DC operation with individually adjustable gain. All outputs rated at 500mA each. Includes wiring harness for GM20's, power supplies and documentation. $100 SOLD
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    Spectra-Physics ion laser resonator alignment toolkit. All the allen drivers with handles and small wrenches needed to do a plasma tube/resonator/cavity alignment on SP 164, 165, 171 ion lasers. If you're trying to do this with just two allen wrenches, this toolkit will make it so much easier! $50 SOLD
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    High Power dual terminated fiber optic beam delivery system. Precision Projection Systems fiber launches, NRC MM1 positioners and 50-50 beam splitter mounted on a black anodized breadboard. Suitable for installing on Laserscope KTP-Yag or high power argon and krypton lasers. 200 micron fiber (2 x 150' lengths) easily handles 20 watts. Includes low divergence output couplers with projector mounts. $750 NOW $700
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    Fiber launch input coupler, Precision Projection Systems PPS, for connectorized fibers, coated achromat lens. $200 NOW $175
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    Newport Research single cleaved fiber optic beam delivery system. NRC FP-1A fiber positioner (new), 10X objective input lens, fiber chucks, output coupler/collimators (2 sizes), 100' Belden type 220001 200 micron fiber optic, blue PVC jacket. Two systems available. $100ea SOLD
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    Electro-Technic BD-10A high frequency generator (tesla coil) for testing integrity of laser plasma tubes and locating pinhole leaks. Adjustable 20KV-50KV. Like new. $120 SOLD
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    Synrad Power Wizard PW-250 laser power meter with box, measures up to 250W. Accidently inserted the wrong end into the laser beam the first day I had it when brand new. Functions perfectly. Small spot on display does not affect operation - just adds character! I paid $850 - yours for less than half. Includes original box, manual, declaration of conformity. $350 SOLD
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    United Detector Technology 40X Opto-Meter laser power meter. Measures CW power or pulsed energy. I am original owner and kept the instrument in perfect condition - used to evaluate audience scanning levels for my CDRH audience scanning variance. Measures 10 microwatts to 10 milliwatts. BNC output for scope viewing of pulses. Includes padded carrying case, manual, schematics, calibration and compliance certificate, photometric, radiometric, diffuser filters and a 7mm aperture for eye-safe measurements. Analog meter with fast response very useful for peaking optical systems, polarized laser diode orientation with wave plates, etc. $350
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    KTP crystals (2), leftover from my fleet of Laserscopes. Look new. AR coatings perfect. No burns, scratches or grey tracking. Both for $250 SOLD
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    Machida Diffraction Gratings (2), linear, 50 micron and 20 micron. The real deal. Genuine Machida gratings with original boxes - not the imitation "machado" gratings. 170 degree fan of beams. Can handle high power - multiwatts. They are a centimeter square with 5mm grating area. My last ones - maybe your last chance in this lifetime to get one of these legendary gratings. Each grating will include an expensive gear-driven rotary mount the size of a 35mm slide with an index hole (for motorized systems to return to home position). I believe I was using the 20 micron Machida with a 20W argon laser on Kiss. $150 each BOTH MACHIDAS SOLD
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    Machado-type linear gratings - the poor man's Machida. 1" squares. 4 for $50 SOLD
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    G100PD, G120PD, G120PDT closed loop scanners by General Scanning (6) units with XY mount and XYBlanking mount. Sold working as-is. Six scanners and two mounts - $300 SOLD
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    GM20 rotary actuators by General Scanning. (4) units mounted in a color box. Will include (4) mounts so you can use them singly and also an assortment of flags with CMY dichros. $200
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    GM20 rotary actuators by General Scanning. (2) units with mounts and flags. $100
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    GM20 quad drivers. Four channel drive cards for GM-20 actuators. Each channel has adjustments for gain and offset. Requires +/- 12-18VDC power supply. Can deliver up to 3.5A per channel. Supplied with 0.5A fuses. These are great for optical tables, safety shutters, color flags and open loop XY scanning. Can also be used to drive motors. Can be setup to pull GM-20 flag out for 0V signal and push flag in with 5V for fast and bounce free performance. If you are handy with a soldering iron you can save $$ by assembling the board yourself (it helps to have an oscilloscope for calibration). Measures 3.25"x5.25". Built and tested - $90ea. Kits with PC board, all components, heatsinks, layout diagram, schematic and parts list. - $50ea.
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    Direct Vision Prism Amici. 70mm x 20mm x 20mm. Very rare unusual prism for widely dispersing laser lines without deviating from the optical path. $100 SOLD
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    Newport MM-1 mirror mounts. 1" square. 8 available. 4 for $100 MM-1's SOLD OUT
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    Newport MM-2 mirror mounts. 2" square. 6 available. 3 for $100 NOW 4 for $100
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    Deadel mirror mounts, 1" square. Most have broadband dielectric high power mirrors - easily removed with a heat gun. I can remove them if you like. 13 units - $260 SOLD
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    Ledex rotary solenoids (5) Model H-2744-032, 1" dia x 1/2" thick, 2 are new in box, 3 are mounted and like new. Includes 5 flags. $75 NOW $70
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    Lumia "torture tube", one of a kind, hand made, pyrex, 1" dia x 2.75" long (2" dimple area). Includes mount for 1/8" motor shaft (fits Hankscraft motor) The best mindblowing lumia! $100 SOLD
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    All items used and in good condition unless otherwise noted. Feel free to make an offer on anything. Proceeds benefit my retirement and help me pay some unexpected medical bills. Items will ship from the US. PayPal accepted. Thanks for looking!
    THE SALE IS CLOSED - THANK YOU!
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    interested in the prism. is it AR coated? and the daedel mounts.
    suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Suddenly someone'll say, like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o' shrimp out of the blue, no explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either. It's all part of a cosmic unconciousness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swamidog View Post
    interested in the prism. is it AR coated? and the daedel mounts.
    I don't think the prism is coated. It's lossy compared to a Brewster angle dispersion prism but wow does it ever spread the laser lines out in a short distance. I used them before PCAOM's to pick off RYGB lines from a krypton for four sets of scanners in a compact optical system. I used the reflected beam off the prism face for lumia or gratings. Genesis (the band) had a projector around 1977 that sent all lines ar/ky to the scan head and had a drop-in direct vision prism to allow single colors to be sent to the scan head without a lot of extra steering mirrors.
    Here's one on eBay.

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    Hi,

    I'll take the DMX board, the torture tube and also the alignment tool set. Can you PM the price of shipping to the UK. I assume it should not be too expensive?

    Cheers

    Steve

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    Hi Steve,

    I think I'm in for the meter and Ledex solenoids although I have a couple questions I need to PM you once my eyes are open enough and I've had the first cup of coffee. (I just woke up to see this.)

    Edit - the United one.


    Edit 2 - actually perhaps both meters.
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    I'm interested in one of the machida gratings & rotator. PM Sent.

    Thanks,
    Eric in New Orleans

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    Put me down for the other Machida and the Tesla coil. PM incoming.

    -Sal

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    would you accept $50 for the Direct Vision Prism?
    Eat Sleep Lase Repeat


    Aluminium Optic Mounts

    http://www.laser-man.co.uk/opticmounts/

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    ok. i'll take it and the daedel mounts.

    Quote Originally Posted by Photonbeam View Post
    I don't think the prism is coated. It's lossy compared to a Brewster angle dispersion prism but wow does it ever spread the laser lines out in a short distance. I used them before PCAOM's to pick off RYGB lines from a krypton for four sets of scanners in a compact optical system. I used the reflected beam off the prism face for lumia or gratings. Genesis (the band) had a projector around 1977 that sent all lines ar/ky to the scan head and had a drop-in direct vision prism to allow single colors to be sent to the scan head without a lot of extra steering mirrors.
    Here's one on eBay.
    suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Suddenly someone'll say, like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o' shrimp out of the blue, no explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either. It's all part of a cosmic unconciousness.

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    I'm going to kick myself if I don't add the 4 machado's for $50 however... are they really machados or, are they machado "like" without the really wide spread? In two pictures, it "looks" like a proper machado - the one with the colored beams and green beams. In the one with the red beams and being hled by the hemostat, it looks more like the denser fan grating from a Mobolaser that doesn't necessarily spread out that far. If it's the machados, I'm "in".

    Ugh... why did you have to post all these goodies right before SELEM? I'm trying to get OTHER stuff in time for SELEM damnit! LOL

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