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From: "Bill Sloman"
Subject: Re: Anyone Need A Laser Power Meter?
Date: Wed, 9 Oct 2002 00:16:40 +0200
Organization: Planet Internet
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"Ed Edmondson" wrote in message
> Phil & Others,
> Well, it appears I have chosen an unrealistic project. As I stated I am
> design engineer. Just a fancy kit builder (more or less). I only have the
> construction and assembly skills, and ability to obtain the necessary
> companents. That is why I was wondering about a team approach?
> The specs I listed are from a meter I found in an Edmund Scientific
> The meter itself sells for a tad over $300.00 and does all that I listed
> suggested spec. So I know someone has done this before or is a liar. In
> scheme of things I have to wonder if these are achievable specs?
> I thought this might be a good idea for a team project from which all
> benefit. Guess not? I uppose I shall look elsewhere.
Haven't you asked this question before - some years ago?
A lot of the debris from that debacle ended up posted at
Bill Sloman, Nijmegen
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