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Default Re: FS: FandyFire 1,000mW 452nm - Brushed Metal

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I'll probably take a bit of heat for this... but for <200mW lasers aside from when I'm lpming, or setting something up with optics, I very rarely put on goggles.

Specular reflections from a ~150mW laser are not that dangerous, depending on the material you're shining the laser at... for example an off white painted wall, 5 feet away.

The big danger lies strictly with either a direct hit, or with a reflection of off a mirror or mirror like surface.

Still... if you can afford a custom laser, affording $15 glasses shouldn't pose a problem. I know Lazeerer has some he could sell you as well.
Well, I want an everyday pointer that I can use at the office or wherever (within reason) and, for lack of a better term, a "toy" to use around other people without needing goggles. Of course, I would never intentionally point this carelessly.
Lets suppose: in the event a >5mw to <20mw flashed across someones eyes directly (accidentally of course) for 1 second or less, would this cause damage, and how serious would it be?

I want my custom build (one of the reason's why its a custom build in 445nm) to be able to be used without goggles. Thanks for all the replies, I feel like this needs to be a new thread though.


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Direct hit with blue light is no joke at any level. I'd suggest bringing down to under 10mW.
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Direct hit with blue light is no joke at any level. I'd suggest bringing down to under 10mW.
If you're only interested in wavelength I'd suggest this. If you want to see the beam though you'll need ~50mW and a fog machine (for the wavelengths outside of out scotopic and photopic vision range).

Either way goggles shouldn't be shrugged off. There's a reason they make them.

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^^^I'm not suggesting otherwise, and certainly there is danger in having even 20mW flashed across your eyes.

Whether there is any damage, immediately apparent, or cumulative, and years down the road, there is no way to predict. Beam specs would play a factor, angle of the hit... bottom line is laser beams and eyes should never mix, at any mW.

Which means that where safe, bright pointers are concerned, one should stick to 5mW. 1mW even if you're going to be shinning it around with zero regard to yourself and those around you.
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What type of CR2s are you using here? At 1.3W of output power with an Aixiz glass, I would suspect 1A or more current... and I couldn't find any CR2s that can supply that much current
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^^^I'm not suggesting otherwise, and certainly there is danger in having even 20mW flashed across your eyes.

Whether there is any damage, immediately apparent, or cumulative, and years down the road, there is no way to predict. Beam specs would play a factor, angle of the hit... bottom line is laser beams and eyes should never mix, at any mW.

Which means that where safe, bright pointers are concerned, one should stick to 5mW. 1mW even if you're going to be shinning it around with zero regard to yourself and those around you.

Understood. Thanks for the info, my custom build will be coming with goggles.
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So, this guy is still for sale, despite the long tangents suggesting otherwise

To someone with safety glasses.
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Hi RHD,

Very interested in this. Could you please PM with total cost including delivery to the UK?

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I have a second, similar, FandyFire build - with a twist. It has a neat heatsink design by Helios. I've added it to the thread (but I left the original thread details here for posterity).

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Thanks for the link, but I can't afford it at the moment, I'm actually having Lazeerer build me a custom single mode low powered 445 at the moment. So this laser + goggles is out of my budget... freakin' sweet though
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http://www.amazon.com/Uvex-S1933X-Ey...9242063&sr=8-1

$9 shipped!

http://www.amazon.com/Uvex-S0360X-Ul...9242063&sr=8-2

Less than $8 shipped!

The spec sheets on these is excellent for 405-532 (violet,blue ray,blue & green).

SCT-Orange offers a wide range of spectral protection. It absorbs >99.9% of potentially harmful UVA and UVB radiation. It further provides protection by completely absorbing visible light up to 540nm, which includes violet, blue and certain green wavelengths of light which are emitted by curing lamps.

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Amazon.com: Uvex S1933X Skyper Safety Eyewear, Black Frame, SCT-Orange UV Extreme Anti-Fog Lens: Home Improvement

$9 shipped!

Amazon.com: Uvex S0360X Ultra-spec 2000 Safety Eyewear, Orange Frame, SCT-Orange UV Extreme Anti-Fog Lens: Home Improvement

Less than $8 shipped!

The spec sheets on these is excellent for 405-532 (violet,blue ray,blue & green).

SCT-Orange offers a wide range of spectral protection. It absorbs >99.9% of potentially harmful UVA and UVB radiation. It further provides protection by completely absorbing visible light up to 540nm, which includes violet, blue and certain green wavelengths of light which are emitted by curing lamps.

http://www.uvex.us/uploadedFiles/Uve...h_Broch(1).pdf

I truly appreciate the assistance here on the forum, and the concern for safety, which I am not at all dismissing, and my custom build is coming with goggles.

My issue is: I don't care as much about seeing the beam or burning stuff, I like to have (and I keep saying this simply because I don't know what else to call it, for lack of a better term) a "toy" (I know lasers are not toys and should be used with caution) that I can use at the office either as a presentation tool that is way cooler than the typical red pointer, or around other people just for fun, without the fear of causing harm to someone's vision.

I will be reading that wiki page on laser safety, thanks.

Again my apologies to rhd for getting way off topic, but free bumps again.
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Hey, it's all good

You know my initial concerns - safety, glasses, etc. Your info about the build you're getting sounded spot-on (it's low power, excellent!)

No worries
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Default Re: FS: PointedFire 1,100mW 446nm - Finned Brushed Metal

What is the dimensions of this host? Could you hold it in your hand and take a picture? I'm looking for a 445nm around this spec but nothing longer than the length of my hand.

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