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    Default LASER 613nm

    For a phototherapy research project, I'm looking to have a 613nm laser at up to 20mW beam at 20 to 130 mm and <1mm beam ?

    Could this be affordable and easy to get ?

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    Define “affordable”.

    Quote Originally Posted by fibrafil View Post
    For a phototherapy research project, I'm looking to have a 613nm laser at up to 20mW beam at 20 to 130 mm and <1mm beam ?

    Could this be affordable and easy to get ?
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    <1250€ 'd be great

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    Quote Originally Posted by fibrafil View Post
    <1250€ 'd be great
    It looks like you can get them from CNI, but I don’t know what the cost is:

    http://www.cnilaser.com/PDF/MxL-FN%20Series.pdf
    suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Suddenly someone'll say, like, plate, or shrimp, or plate o' shrimp out of the blue, no explanation. No point in lookin' for one, either. It's all part of a cosmic unconciousness.

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    Does it need to be exactly 613nm?

    I can recommend building a cryo cooled red diode laser like I did.
    Have a look here

    But 613nm might be a little deep for cryo cooling alone.
    I got to 613nm with a little more power for the tec and a additional grating.
    If <620nm is enough, cryo cooling is very much feasible and gives you the additional benefit of having wavelength tune-ability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swamidog View Post
    It looks like you can get them from CNI, but I don’t know what the cost is:

    http://www.cnilaser.com/PDF/MxL-FN%20Series.pdf
    Thanks, I had a price round 4100$ plus freight cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farbe View Post
    Does it need to be exactly 613nm?

    I can recommend building a cryo cooled red diode laser like I did.
    Have a look here

    But 613nm might be a little deep for cryo cooling alone.
    I got to 613nm with a little more power for the tec and a additional grating.
    If <620nm is enough, cryo cooling is very much feasible and gives you the additional benefit of having wavelength tune-ability.
    Dear Farbe, thanks for your expertise and creativity. I try to pm you but it seems not working. My email is jeangevaert@online.be
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    Whoops, I did not notice that you send me some messages.

    I answered you, have a look in your inbox.

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