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Thread: Blue 447nm up to 1.2W

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    Default Blue 447nm up to 1.2W

    http://www.medialas.de/showlaser/bluelaser_e.htm

    Who are going to spend their Christmas bonus on this
    (mine is not sufficient)

    prices are, I heard, 3800 and 6900euro for 0.6 and 1.2W resp.

    Happy holidays to everyone !!

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    Very nice - I guess this is a multi diode of some sort.
    Anyone any more clues on this
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    -mine is not sufficiant too

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    I'm sure either way it would be more expensive to build it than to buy it.

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    Yeah I would guess multiple diode too since the specs state that the polarization is random

    However, I thought you could get 500mW 445nm diodes... I wonder if this is one of them driven to 600mW slightly above the diodes specified temp hence 447nm?

    http://www.medialas.de/data/Bluetec%...nformation.pdf

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    OOOOH LOOK WHAT I FOUND.... (ok it was posted over a month ago, so some of you might know already...)

    http://compoundsemiconductor.net/blo...tinuouswa.html

    Its shipping in March of '08 - Hmmm my birthday is in march...

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    nice catch there mliptack,hope your sitting down when you hear the price lol, i wonder when they will be producing 100,200,300mw diodes at a good price. Maybe one day they will be the same price per mw as the typical red diode time will tell.

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    1W great
    445nm great
    multimode - not so great

    Rob
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    Rob, I clearly overlooked that. I guess the excitement of the 1w diode got to me... Oh well I am sure time will fix the multimode issues.

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    Yes I read it excitedly then got to that bit and thought oh poo.
    Im sure something will happen in time - right now I would like to know how much power they can push in single mode. But then if the TV application does not need single mode - will we ever get it?

    Rob
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