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Thread: I Need a Laser Power Meter

  1. #1
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    Default I Need a Laser Power Meter

    self explanatory...

    preferably a handheld, but anything would suffice. i dont wanna spend an arm and a leg (does anyone? lol). used would be great as long as its in good shape and WORKS (obviously)

    preferably be able to measure into the low-mid wattage range. i guess ~5mW to 8-10W

    anyone?
    anyone?

    bueller??


    -Marc

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    Bridge at laserwave has a power meter in his ranage of products - I have not reviewed one so cant say but their products are generally of a high standard and reasonably priced.

    Rob
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    Look here for a group buy of laser-wave powermeters

    Pangolin FB3 QS/LivePro/SMS2Laser
    Riya MultiBus
    Pangolin LD2000 Pro

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    Kenom over at LPF is selling some meters built around a coherent sensor head for $200.

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    I think Robin (uklaser) is designing a new power meter to replace his D4thing. I need a meter but was holding on for a while to see what Robin is working on. He didn't say when he'd have anything ready though.

    -Matt

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