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    Default OneStopLaserShop G GR GRB dichros

    I just placed my order for qty 1 1"x1" Yellow and 1 1"x1" Cyan dichros.

    The transmission spectrum should be nearly perfect (@ ~90% efficiency) to allow for placement of the blue laser last (woo hoo!)

    As soon as they arrive and I get them installed, I'll report back on the effectiveness of these dichros.

    Total price for both with shipping was 54$.

    Attached is the transmission spectrum.
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    Have you tested these yet? How are they? What's their optimum angle?

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    They are out of Cyan. I'm waiting for the next batch.

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    90% transmittance is actually not that good is it?

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    no, edmund optics are 98%
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_con View Post
    no, edmund optics are 98%
    Yes, but you aren't going to get an RG RGB arrangement with Edmunds. Being as Blue is the weakest laser in my system and green way overpowers the red, the attenuation works in my favor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankenPC View Post
    Yes, but you aren't going to get an RG RGB arrangement with Edmunds. Being as Blue is the weakest laser in my system and green way overpowers the red, the attenuation works in my favor.
    edmunds cutoffs set right on the 514 or 532 lines, making their greens useless for laser, at least one shop has them cut so they dont have cutoffs setting right on the laser wavelengths.

    and btw, I have done
    spectro scans of several edmunds products, their catalog specs are typical, not actual.

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    Have you done laser-wave dichro's?

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