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Thread: OEM or Labstyle power supply?

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    Default OEM or Labstyle power supply?

    Hi all, I want to buy this laser but I don't know whihc power type I need...

    http://tidyurl.net/n5Kgc

    I'm in the UK if that makes any difference...
    I guess NOT the lab type but I have no idea.

    Thanks...
    Graham...

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    They are the same electronics, but the OEM is smaller. If you are integrating it into a projector, you want a OEM of you are using it stand alone, you want it as Lab style.
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    Thanks laser ben, am now getting one OEM laser...wehey!

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    Ben is right, The oem is much smaller.
    KVANT Australian projector sales
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    Hey dave, I'll be ordering a 300mW 532 sood. Hopefully this week. I'm still trying to work something out with Viasho or Lasever for a 200mW blue. I was wondering if I could buy either a 200mW Lasever or Viasho 473nm laser from you?
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    Check your pm's ben
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    Where is lase ever's website please.

    Thanks

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    he he lasever.com

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    HOw come laseever dont put the prices up..how much are there blue's?

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    The lasever blue are very cheap but I have heard that they have very low quality and very bad service. I am going to buy a Viasho blue. It depends on the power you are looking for, if under 100mW I would go with a CNI but over that, I would go with viasho.
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