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    What is UV protection?
    is the laser diode have this function?
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    Aside from "Protection from Ultraviolet light"? You'll have to state the context.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xytrell View Post
    Aside from "Protection from Ultraviolet light"? You'll have to state the context.
    I do not know...
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    Where was this "UV Protection" discussed? Was it in reference to the laser driver? In that case, it might have been for "under-voltage protection", meaning that the unit would power off if the supply voltage dropped too low.

    "Ultra-violet light protection" doesn't make any sense when discussing a laser, unless it happens to be a laser that produces UV light to begin with. (Some argon lasers are fitted with UV optics, and blu-ray diodes produce light at 405 nm, which is close to the boundary between visible and UV light.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by buffo View Post
    Where was this "UV Protection" discussed? Was it in reference to the laser driver? In that case, it might have been for "under-voltage protection", meaning that the unit would power off if the supply voltage dropped too low.

    "Ultra-violet light protection" doesn't make any sense when discussing a laser, unless it happens to be a laser that produces UV light to begin with. (Some argon lasers are fitted with UV optics, and blu-ray diodes produce light at 405 nm, which is close to the boundary between visible and UV light.)

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    Thank you.
    it is 'UV protection on the output". What does this mean?
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    the only think that comes to mind is all the creamy stuff we normally use at the beach...
    "its called character briggs..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaNeK779 View Post
    the only think that comes to mind is all the creamy stuff we normally use at the beach...
    mmm.....
    I feel very confuse about this reference to a laser projector.
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    i can understand that, but the mention of UV is pretty confusing by itself

    all i can say is that the whole UV thing does not make sense. can you provide a link???
    "its called character briggs..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaNeK779 View Post
    i can understand that, but the mention of UV is pretty confusing by itself

    all i can say is that the whole UV thing does not make sense. can you provide a link???
    I don't have any link.
    it's my customer's question via e-mail.
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    well then, maybe your customer means IR and not UV. better clarify it with him, or send him a tube of sun-cream

    didn't know you were a commercial dude... i thought you were a noob like me, just too bored to use the search function
    "its called character briggs..."

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