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" Crappy"

Technylight TRIDENT 100Published on 11/22/14 at 16:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
A Chinese laser, as they know so well and ...

Carcass not very thick (but not the finest I've seen) and a locking system cover with clip metal balls, not as con thing, but there's the game in the lid! and once opened it's not very convenient to inside, especially out deck with sources, dichroic and galvanized.

The production is superb, no protective glass on the output, because the wiring was hard, glue everywhere.

Level control is DMX, auto, sound and IR (remote control), the DMX done anything.

Lasers is Chinese! I do not have instruments to measure, but it has no potato!

This is a RGY laser sources with betting side by side, and there are two dichroic, one for mixing,......
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A Chinese laser, as they know so well and ...

Carcass not very thick (but not the finest I've seen) and a locking system cover with clip metal balls, not as con thing, but there's the game in the lid! and once opened it's not very convenient to inside, especially out deck with sources, dichroic and galvanized.

The production is superb, no protective glass on the output, because the wiring was hard, glue everywhere.

Level control is DMX, auto, sound and IR (remote control), the DMX done anything.

Lasers is Chinese! I do not have instruments to measure, but it has no potato!

This is a RGY laser sources with betting side by side, and there are two dichroic, one for mixing, normal, and just for the green. It would have been better to put a full band mirror to deflect it! waste of light ...

After we pass to galvas, what about setting apart that they are stepping motor (very) slow that make a tremendous noise, and mirrors are really bad, the losses are always at the rendezvous.

Side power supply, a transformer ring surprise! but undersized means the fan which is under powered laser sources when running.

Bought for anything out of curiosity, will have an evening to test and not one more.
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  • Manufacturer: Technylight
  • Model: TRIDENT 100
  • Category: Lasers less than 500mW
  • Added in our database on: 12/10/2011

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