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Thread: Minuit Une and laser safety

  1. #1
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    Default Minuit Une and laser safety

    I'm interested to get some thoughts about these things and laser safety.

    See here: https://minuitune.com/products/ivl-carres/

    An interesting product, involving a centralized spinning, rotating mirror, and 4 blade mirrors to steer the scanned output..

    What is even more interesting is the claims on this page regarding laser safety.

    https://minuitune.com/safety/

    From what i can make out in videos, the beam is low divergent, so i would have thought the peak power is going to be the limiting factor ( these are a 10w fixture)
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    It's very safe.. the divergence of them is quite large and so is the starting beam. I had seen them on prolight and sound.

    However: They cost a lot for what they can do and imho you are better off getting a laser projector over a fixture like this. I think they are too gimicky.

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    It's easy to calculate what safe means. Hit up www.laserpointersafety.com and use the calculator. You need distance, power, divergence, duty cycle if pulsed, and of course wavelength but it's all visible.
    Punch it in and it tells you the nominal safety distance, ED50 AEL etc.....

    See patrick I did listen......

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