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    Default Lumalaser 5000G - Bad Diode - + A bunch of ILDA cables

    Needs Diode Replaced.

    This is a Lumalaser 5000G - 532nm

    Diode in it says 7 watt, but to my best knowledge is completely dead.

    Everything else in the unit appears to be in full working order.

    I do not have time for this project.

    In theory , pop a new 5-7 watt diode in this and be good to go.

    Includes a heavy duty flight case, E Stop, and custom pole mounting bracket.

    I estimate this to be about $400 shipping withing the USA

    This Laser Unit is US made and legal , so you would be able to get a Variance for it .


    I have another one of these that is working and it KICKS ASS !

    I am open to hearing serious offers on this if anyone is interested.

    Opportunity to have a massive show laser for a reasonable price if you are willing to deal with Diode replacement.

    Having a hard time uploading any photos right now. If interested can send some over.



    I also have a bunch of ILDA cables 25-100' that are in great condition if anyone is interested let me know what you need and I can work out a price/shipping for you. Need these gone.

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    I could buy the 'dead' diode module with its power supply, if it's DPSS I do have replacement pump diode bars so I could probably fix it. Could you send me the photos? I'm only interested in that dead module tho, not entire laser (you could sell it to someone else without damaged module easily).

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    If you have a few pictures of the projector you could post, that would help.

    Adam

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    Default some pics.....

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    Sorry for the delay in reply. These are the pics I currently have on my computer. The unit itself is flightcased and buried in a stack of cases. It will take me some effort to get it out and get more pictures, which I will try and do sometime this week when I get some time. Not very good pics I know, but these are what I have at the minute and will give a rough idea of the unit.

    The first one is of another RGB unit I have that is the same style housing. Sorry for the sideways shot, but that is what the photo uploader did!

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    looks like a Viasho laser head !

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