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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelHenry View Post
    What do you get for those in US dollars?
    Please leave me your email address.

    co2 laser tube range from 80w-150w www.cantonwonderlaser.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by co2lasertube View Post
    Please leave me your email address.
    Let me know your price and if it meets my budget and the quality is acceptable, I'll contact you.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelHenry View Post
    Let me know your price and if it meets my budget and the quality is acceptable, I'll contact you.
    Dear fob price is 600 USD.If you need correction,need to pay more 200 USD.We will bring it to authority and correct.You will have one certificate finally.

    co2 laser tube range from 80w-150w www.cantonwonderlaser.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by co2lasertube View Post
    Dear fob price is 600 USD.If you need correction,need to pay more 200 USD.We will bring it to authority and correct.You will have one certificate finally.
    Thanks, but I'm afraid that $600 is more than I'm willing to pay for a laser power meter right now.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelHenry View Post
    Thanks, but I'm afraid that $600 is more than I'm willing to pay for a laser power meter right now.
    Understand,can cheaper 50 USD at most.

    co2 laser tube range from 80w-150w www.cantonwonderlaser.com


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    Default Re: Measuring the power output of the laser tube

    I bought a used CO2 laser power meter like the one below for $50 on Ebay. Check this instructables link.
    https://www.instructables.com/id/How...?amp_page=true Buying used means you don't know when the last time it was calibrated was, but I'm mainly interested in monitoring power loss over time, and figuring out what my software percentage output actually meant in terms of a wattage figure. I was able to determine that 65% in the software actually produced all the power the tube could output. Minimum % to fire the tube was 15%. So my true output range is 15-65%. My Chinese "50W" laser is currently putting out 25W max, but it is 4yrs old.



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