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    Default JDS Uniphase 60mW Multiline Argon Laser head

    JDSU 60mW (Max) MULTILINE Argon Laser Head.

    Measured 60.29mW out of it using a LaserBee power meter.

    Very good condition. Works perfect on my PSU (not included)
    I have two heads but only really need one so one must go

    Requires 24VDC feed for the fan as I haven't got a 110VAC fan for it (The laser head, when connected to a JDSU PSU, has a 110vAC supply to the fan) so I have been running it with a 24vDC fan on it and supplying it from elsewhere.

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    P&P will be 8 to UK mainland.
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    What's hourmeter reading ? What anode current was required for 60mW power ?
    And finally - what estimate shipping to Poland ?
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    Piotr.K

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    Is this sold yet ? If not, whats the exact model ? so I can look for a PSU on eBay.

    thanks,

    -Adam

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    Diachi,

    There is a guy on ebay (laserhobbyist I believe) who sells a power supply for this laser for around $35 + 35 shipping in the US, so shipping may be a bit more to you, but for $35 you cant go wrong. It should run this head with no problems. The PSU model number is 2114-40MLA


    Smog, I sent you a few questions about this laser via PM

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    Ahh thanks gooey !

    Don't you dare snatch this up though, you have enough as it is ! :P I'll take a look at that PSU later when im done at school.

    thanks

    -Adam

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    I was thinking about it, but I got a message saying it was already sold. It's ok... my HGM5 finally shipped today so I'll be in multi-watt argon heaven soon....

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    See gooey , thats why you don't need this one ! you have a HGM5 and some other multi-watt argom coming aswell as the HGM5 !

    How many argons you got now anyways ? lol

    -Adam

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    Right now I have two single line 488's, rated at 30mW. Then there's the multiline, rated at 40mW but does around 170mW @10A . On the way I have the HGM5 which will be here next wednesday or thursday, and also a spectra physics 164 (this 164 is still a maybe.... but it's looking like about 80% that I'll get it), 165 and 265 exciter

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    Now sold to Adam
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