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Dj jéjé Dj jéjé

«  Chinese low cost + scam inside! »

Publié le 12/31/10 à 10:42
Lasertech I have a 200 that was hanging in the shop, so I decided to see what it looked like.
Well we already know that it will be the low-end Chinese-made and stepper motors for the scanning system.
But where it gets funny is when you open the device.
First point that shocks me, I read the instructions on this unit was supposed to come out 40 mW of green. Surprise, when reading the reference of the green laser diode, it is written, "NL-GL 30", otherwise known as, the diode is 30 mW maximum. When the origin of the source, the NeoLaser (Neo Neon), a major supplier of gear that provides Chinese marks the lowest range of the genus Boost Kool Light ADJ etc. ... So it was already a bit scared when the reliability of the product.
The red LED she does well 80mW. However, there is still a concern, which is that the wavelength of the diode is 650 nm, outside, on the apparatus, it is stated that out of 635 nm.
Even if it is not so important for her so low powers, it turns out that the label on the unit, effective compulsory European standards, must include the actual numbers.
Regarding the implementation of laser sources, the green is placed after the red, so the nearest mirror. It is a mistake! Indeed, green is more visually striking than the red, make it through a dichroic mirror would have no problem, except in this case, this implementation is wasting red source with the least visual impact .
Then, to continue in the negative, large black dot on dichro mirrors, already the source for the red should have been a full-band (totally reflective mirror), it turns out that this is a dichro! Very dark indeed, but it was still a loss.
The mirror mounts are adjustable, and are more glued to the aluminum plate. Basically, if the alignment is not perfect assembly plant, well time for us, we will not yellow.
To the left is the Chinese laser, do not expect miracles, but I think I have moved enough bad points to lower the rating of this Chinese Brolle 0.
Do not buy.





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