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Laser Lipo Clone Concept - Project Help

Discussion in 'LEDs and Optoelectronics' started by spdrtr, Mar 6, 2016.

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  1. spdrtr


    Mar 6, 2016
    Hi All,

    I am totally new to this forum and have to admit, I don't know how much help I will ever be in responding to other people's threads.

    The main reason for my post is to test a concept for building a home-made "laser lipo" type device using source-able components.

    The specs that I want to achieve or get close to are:

    i-lipo includes four laser pads with 36 laser diodes
    i-lipo technical specification as their body shaping.

    • Laser type diode wavelength – 650nm – 660nm
    • Energy output – 38 x 40mW (Total 1.3W)
    • Mains power output – 100Va
    • Safety – On board diagnostics
    • Classification – Electrical Class 1, Type B applied part
    • Dimensions – 32cm x 46cm x 44cm (does not include stand)
    • Weight – 9.10kg
    • Cooling requirements – Air cooled
    • Electrical requirements – 240V/5A/50Hz
    • Fuses – 5A Ceramic timed
    • Mode of operation – Continuous
    • Ingress rating – IPXO
    • Environmental 10˚C to 30˚C Non-condensing
    • Requirements – Humidities below 75%RH
    Now, the areas listed under 'Safety', 'Classification', 'Dimensions', 'Weight', 'Cooling Requirements', 'Environmental', and 'Requirements' (Humidity) aren't really important. My questions are:

    1. Could a device with these capabilities be built easily?
    2. If so, could LED's with the follow specs be used?
      Emitting Colour: Deep Red
      Color Wave Length: 650-660nm
      Reverse Voltage: 5.0 V
      DC Forward Voltage: Typical: 2.2V Max: 2.4V
      DC Forward Current: 700mA
      Luminous Intensity: 70-80lm
      Viewing Angle: 120°-140°
      LifeSpan Time : > 50,000 hours
      PCB dimension: Diameter 16mm
    3. What other components would be required?
    4. What would be an acceptable power source?
    5. How should the array be wired (series v parallel)?
    Thanks in advance to anyone who is willing to help!
  2. Alec_t


    Jul 7, 2015
    Welcome to EP!
    :eek: I think they're vitally important. LEDs of that intensity could damage eyesight.
    I'm not sure I'd trust the Technology spec: are there 36 LEDs or 38?
  3. davenn

    davenn Moderator

    Sep 5, 2009
    Thread closed

    we wont get into so called health projects where hi power laser/LED systems are involved

    Arouse1973 likes this.
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