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    Default 3W @ 635nm

    Found this diode array that outputs into a fiber tail. Any idea how easy or otherwise to collumate the beam into something usable? 3 watts of read sounds good to me. They also do a 5W 670nm version.


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    Damn... 5W of 670...

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    Quote Originally Posted by QUAZAR View Post
    Any idea how easy or otherwise to collumate the beam into something usable?
    You need one of these, not sure it'll handle all that power though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QUAZAR View Post
    Found this diode array that outputs into a fiber tail. Any idea how easy or otherwise to collumate the beam into something usable? 3 watts of read sounds good to me. They also do a 5W 670nm version.

    Hi

    I have a 3 watt 660 fibre coupled , and got one of these
    320142337303 on ebay for it. Auction ends in four hours ! Specs are on the Newport site.

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    How much did it go for?
    Can you put collimating optics at the fibre end?

    <edit> nevermind- I just saw the MG collimator. A bit pricey, that.
    I'm still wondering how much the 3 watt 660s go for though...
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    I would like to know the emitter length and the fibre core diameter.
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    Fluff-
    Are you going to have any more of these 3 Watt 660nm lasers for sale?

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    I actually have 2 collimators for this purpose. And from the picture I can see that even the end of fiber optic cable is the same.

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    If the fiber core is 50 microns or less you can get a good collimated beam about 5mm dia. and maybe 1.5mrad or less divergence.

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