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    DPSS White Light 5Watt

    This DPSS was 5w when new. The output has decreased, but with no meter we cant calculate exact power output.

    6210 Cambridge scanners and drive cards. This Unit has a self contained chiller built into the box. tour flight case.

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    DPSS white light? So, I am assuming these lasers are 457nm, 473nm, 532nm, 593/594nm??, 671nm? Please... more specs, if you don't mind.
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    ( wavelengths: 445nm-532nm-640nm ) with high speed – high quality CT scanners it was called a Compact 4RGB and was a hybrid in as much as it was both air cooled and water cooled with a mini heat exchanger worked well I will post a few more pictures of the laser shortly we are trying to fit this in around our other tasks so please bare with us. Thanks Stephen

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    Quote Originally Posted by absolom7691 View Post
    ...I am assuming these lasers are..
    Uh.. *ahem*.. Sorry, LMP, but, that's an 'RGB Lasersystems L4000', not a 'Compact 4'.. (see below..) They were a tad 'finicky'' (due to the multi-head internal alignment..) but had really-nice beams / color-pallete.. And, nope - They are 635, 532, and 473, from those multi-internal modules, so they were a Diode / DPSS 'hybrid', Not all Diode, as the Compact-series now-are.. Pretty-sure they were still using one / two on this install: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EG3Ft1xGTug ..That crappy phone-vid rapes the quality-perception, but... In real-life, the Output from these pups was breathtaking...

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    ...But, I'll still gladly take it off your hands for 250.

    fwiw, Gents..
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    If the above is a RGB Compact 4 then you are correct it is not that laser so it must be L4000 although much of the above stands we used it for many years and it was always reliable will post more shortly thanks

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    I think, just to be totally transparent to everyone, there are a number of threads going on that are intrinsically linked. Could I suggest that you may also want to look at the following threads. There seems to be a considerable amount of misunderstanding going on. From what Stephen from LM has told me via PM he feels much of this to be due to misunderstanding and so therefore , to assist him in reducing this you may also want to look at:

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...te-5Watt-Green

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...te-5Watt-Green (NOTE NOT THE SAME THREAD AS ABOVE NOTE NUMBER!)

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...ares-or-Repair

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...667#post316667

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...ares-or-Repair

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...-Corrector-x-2

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...606#post316606

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...595#post316595

    There may be others I have missed, quite a story. I'm even helping Stephen get the awareness up of the stuff he has for sale

    Cheers

    Steve

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    Is this system still available?
    If yes I'm interested

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    Hi Pieter, Good to hear from you I do have someone interested who has told me he will buy the laser this week so only fair that I hold it for him but if i have it next week that maybe a different story so stay in touch. I have 2 x LQ 2w laser projectors (532nm) if your interested and 2 x 35w 532nm diode pumped YAG lasers and 1 x Melles Groit 2w laser having a clear out of the older stuff. Stay well Regards Stephen

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