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    Default MRL300 650nm

    HI,

    Good laser, good price, or bad laser bad price?
    MRL300

    whiteg

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    MRL is traditionally a CNI number and that looks like CNI to me. CNI as Im sure you know are very good - second only to laserwave
    Dunno what the going rate for CNI is but laserwave 650nm at 450mW will be only a little dearer (plus post of course)

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    Lightbulb

    Actually, Lasershowparts.com has/had a 800mW 660nm CNI for $695. The beam is pretty bad, but it is the same as that one and has analog modulation. I am not sure if it is still available. It was one of their eBay auctions...

    I would think you could find a better deal around if you looked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stanwax View Post
    MRL is traditionally a CNI number and that looks like CNI to me. CNI as Im sure you know are very good - second only to laserwave
    Dunno what the going rate for CNI is but laserwave 650nm at 450mW will be only a little dearer (plus post of course)

    Rob
    Ebay MRL300 Only TTL modulation, its no good.

    Whiteg

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    Smile red diode laser module

    Lasever's red diode laser modules have smaller beam divergence.
    The details of the 635nm laser modules are listed on http://www.lasever.com/635mm_Red_Laser.htm.
    The 660nm or so-called 650nm look here http://www.lasever.com/660mm_Red_Laser.htm
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