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    Default Mirror max. wattage?

    How much can the Lasershow parts Scanpro 30's take?
    Or the DT series of scanner mirrors

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    I know people have used the DT mirrors up to 5 watts and I have seen the 30k ones up to 3 watts with no problem. I would say if you are below 5 watts, you are fine for either. Beyond that, you should have enough money to buy the dichroic mirrors for your new Cambridge scanners!
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    Thats is kinda what I figured,,
    Yup i need some more Dichroic mirrors forthe Scanpro's
    My cats and cams have Dichroic mirrors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laser Ben View Post
    I know people have used the DT mirrors up to 5 watts and I have seen the 30k ones up to 3 watts with no problem. I would say if you are below 5 watts, you are fine for either. Beyond that, you should have enough money to buy the dichroic mirrors for your new Cambridge scanners!
    Really I should have enough money to buy mirrors?
    Is that a jab at me?

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    No, that's saying if you have 5+ watt lasers in a projector
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    I have aquired some DPSS CW lasers 7 to 10 watts 532nm
    I know the issues I had with the Laserscope so I figured I am in the same boat!

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    wow, 7 to 10W, great powerful lasers.
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    Hi,

    Ill check into it and get back to you. I have a vague memory the mirrors have been tested with 10w+.. Ill make sure tomorrow tho..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    Hi,

    Ill check into it and get back to you. I have a vague memory the mirrors have been tested with 10w+.. Ill make sure tomorrow tho..

    Dave

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    How much can the Lasershow parts Scanpro 30's take?
    Or the DT series of scanner mirrors
    Jian claims the DT-40 scanners will handle up to 20W of 532, or 5W of whitelight.

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