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Thread: Any interest in 1,6W 445nm NDB7875 Nichia diode?

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    Are these diodes just more efficient?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lasertack View Post
    Hi guys!

    Some days ago I found the new 1,6W 445nm laser diode (DATASHEET) on Nichias site. I contacted them and got a reply today. For a single diode the price is JPY300000/each.

    Alex
    Wow. Did you miss a decimal point there? 300KYen (I just made that up) is just slightly south of US$4,000. Can that possibly be right?
    Those blue photons are the prettiest.

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    300kYen is correct.

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    I feel a group buy coming on!

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    hehe dave and I bought two 500mw nichias back in the day for around 3K each.

    yes, we would have maybe saved a few hundred dollars off each if we'd purchased like, hundreds of them.

    Clearly Nichia are targetting moving these in the hundreds of thousands, as always.

    I'm still waiting for the 460nm diode that Tonto told me about...
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    Nah, I think that if you're aex or a nasdaq noted company in medical or consumer products, getting free samples to your R&D will pose absolutely no problem.

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    The specs of this diode are more bad than the current "Beamy-Diodes".Watch the divergence.
    I think its time to start groupbuys for the current version of the c...o beamer before they start to use these new,"better" diodes in their Beamers.

    StarryEyed

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