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    Thumbs up The newest technology 5.3W pure diode RGB laser module

    5.3W RGB(R:1.3W/637nm, G:2W/520nm, B:2W/445nm), R,G,B three colors in one module. Beam diameter:4mm, beam divergence<1mrad
    Laser projector size is 30x20x19cm, net weight is 12kgs.
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    WAY under red powered. You need 4W or more of red for that balance and I'd change to 462nm on the blue looks nice otherwise.

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    Please send me PM with price

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    You call it the newest technology. Are these meaningful words? If so, could you please run through the technology. If this is a packing of three colors into one module, then Laserwave has been doing this for years and that is not technology, but rather just a construction technique.

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    Weak red, no beam shots, no far field test patterns, no pricing... no thank you. So tired of these threads.
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    This combination of three wavelength seems great.
    I disagree. What wavelength combination do you consider optimal?

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    The absolute purest and best white I have ever seen was comprised of 640, 532 and 445.

    I suspect 520 and 532 to be more interchangeable with producing a nice white than I do 462 versus 445. I don't care for whites for beams made with 462 but, it's nice for abstracts and graphics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradfo69 View Post
    The absolute purest and best white I have ever seen was comprised of 640, 532 and 445.
    Best I have seen was comprised of 457, 488, 514, 528, 568, and 647
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    Distinct whiff of gas in that white !
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