The link keeps defaulting to the main page...here's an extract from it...click 'Products' then 'Green Diode Lasers' I see no mention of DPSS or MCA sets.
"GDL 6000 & 7000 Series
The key benefit of GDL is the Mini-size with standard LD package. It is the smallest 532nm laser in the world with standard 9mm TO package. It could be easily installed within a system to replace a red laser diode. Another key benefit is its low-cost . The design makes it ideal for the replacement of traditional red laser diodes which have only 1/5 of the brightness compared of a green diode laser.
The Green Diode Laser can be used with an optical collimator and 3VDC. The laser should be mounted with a heat-sink - DO NOT OPERATE THE LASER WITHOUT A HEAT SINK MOUNT.
Applications Include Features Include
Laser Module Low cost
Laser Alignment & Pointing 532nm Output CW
Crystal Inspections TEMoo
Laser Scanning Easy Operation and Free Maintenance
Build - in Laser System It is the smallest 532nm laser in the world"
I have received the prices.
Here are the Pricelist:
Green Diode Laser Price List
Description Quantity Unit price £ each
GDL-6001 1~9 £53.30
GDL-7001 1~9 £59.70
GDL-7020 1~9 £125.70
GDL-7050 1~9 £187.00
United Kingdom Pounds = 1.88740 USD
United States Dollars
1 GBP = 1.88740 USD 1 USD = 0.529828 GBP
and in Euro: the 50mWatt diode costs about 271,- €
Yeah and unlike the Leadlight assemblies these will be more stable and less complicated as the largest is designed for 50mw @ 750ma. The heat will be a problem though... [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/icon23.gif[/img]
unless somone makes a mini tec which fits in a laser pen and runs off 2xAAA batteries it will be no use at that power
although how much do you reckon you could get out of it strapped to a 120W tec with a big heatsink
Yep..Look at the specs ...DPSS
second set of specs (user manual) shows it
According to a friend who seen these at a show a few weeks ago say's they are DPSS
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Here's a link to the manufacturer http://www.photoptech.com/new05/suwt...de%20Laser.php
"Those are just 808nm laser diodes with a Casix DPM mounted in front.
Photop had them on display at Photonics West a few weeks ago and has a
bit more info on their web site" Which Marconi provided