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    hey guys here are some pics of a score that i got a few months ago
    from an optometry school

    now i just have to get them to lase

    what i got is one sp168 plus two 265exciters
    one laser ionics 554a with PS and a buckboost


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    Shit man - what a deal!
    Even if you only get one working thats mega! Is the 168 an argon, a krypton, mixed fill or unknown? You can tell from the serial no. on the silver label on the rear of the base plate near to wher the umbilical comes in, what it was when new though it may not be that now but it could still be. If you have the code I can look it up in the manual and tell you what it should be.
    Have you got 3 phase to run it? Very power hungry but they are wonderul when working. Keep the pics going of your progress.

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    from what i was told they are both argon i was suposed to get a second 168 but when i opened up the medical table only one had a head but both had exciters

    and the laser ionics / ps / buckboost was not in a table

    so what i ended up geting is 2 full medical tables (mira console) with footswitches and console for pulse duration the only thing missing was one laser head
    then the laser ionics system was seperate

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    Those SP 168's great lasers!
    what a score!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VJ AIWAZ View Post
    i was suposed to get a second 168 but when i opened up the medical table only one had a head but both had exciters
    I bet it was a krypton that is missing - those tables used to have one argon and one krypton for different applications.
    What a shame - but hey I know I wouldnt be sad!

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    no i think you misunderstood
    the table was a treatment table and i got 2 whole tables that had one sp168 in them each
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    Ahhh OK - there are some tables out there that had x2 SP168 sitting next to each other, one an argon and one a krypton. There used to be some pix on ANdy Clearys site Ajax electronics but its no longer there. Shame.
    I did wonder why there was 2 265s as the dula set up only appeared to have one.

    Cool to have a spare though - I wish I had a spare

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    here are some more pics of the other stuff i got and the insides of the 2 lasers
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    laser ionics pic 5.jpg  

    laser ionics 554 getter.jpg  

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    you can see the table under the laser ionics i got 2 of those i kept one and the other is in my yard i also kept the delevery system off both its this big arm with a bunch of optic

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    at this point i would trade one whole system and the xtra exciter(parts and labor) to any one who gets one up and running for me(either one)

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