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    Default Galvo scanner system PT-A40K

    Hello Guys,
    I have PT-A40K scanner for sale:

    PT-A40 galvo scanner system
    Factory setting: 30kpps @ 60 degrees, MAX 25kpps @ 80 degrees
    Deflection angle: max. 80 optical
    Input: Analog +/-5V
    Power: +/- 24VDC @ 1A
    Mirrors size: X= 8ⅹ10mm
    Mirrors size: Y= 7ⅹ12mm
    Linearity: 99.9 %, Minimum over 20 degrees, 99.5 %Typical, over 30 degrees
    X/Y Scan Angle Max:80
    High quality dielectric mirrors reflectivity>97at 400nm-700nm
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    PM me if you have interesting in it.

    Tks!
    Song
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    Could you tell me the price please?

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    Steve, next time you're up this way come on by. My dev studio's projectors all use PT-A40K's... they're alright. I prefer the DT40s so far... For $200 they're a pretty good deal. I wonder how much they actually cost :P

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    I saw the PT-A40's in action in Utila, and I was impressed. However, like everyone else, I need to know the price.

    If they cost $200, that's great. $500? Not so great.

    Adam

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    Well Lightspace sell them for $300 but I believe there is an OEM backdoor which might be what Song is selling. Certainly, I was quoted slightly different specs to Eightonlights for what was allegedly the same units.

    Can Song offer the different mirror size options too?
    Frikkin Lasers
    http://www.frikkinlasers.co.uk

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    30K at 60 degrees
    Sincerely,
    Ryan Smith
    ScannerMAX Mechanical Engineer
    ryan {at} scannermax.com

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    Yeah, I don't think they're claiming that they can run the ILDA test pattern at 30K while scanning 60 degrees. (If they are, they're full of it!)

    But in my experience you can push the scanners that wide under normal beam-show use, which is something you can't do with the standard PT-40's.

    Granted, the Compact 506's will do the ILDA test pattern at 30K and at 35 degrees, and will scan far wider than that under normal beam-show use, but until we have amps for them it's kinda hard to justify buying a set...

    Adam

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