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Thread: 1 watt of 532nm ?

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    Default 1 watt of 532nm ?

    Some one may find a deal in this.... I just don't have the $ right now.

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    I have one. It'll put out about 100uW of 532nm and about 1W of 808/1064. Not very useful. Save your money for something better!
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    How comes it's classified as a 3b laser. Should'nt that be class 4?

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    Not if the emission from the complete, intact unit is less than 500 mW. A DVD burner is only class 1, till you open it and run the diode without the case sealing the light in.

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