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yes, i saw that, thank you for the information! i let him know that if i am to go ANY further with this project, i need a laser meter to detune to lasers down to 4mW or less. im sure these 532 DPSS lasers are over 5mW, they emit a slightly visible beam, even in daylight.

if i am understanding this correctly, if the lasers are under 4mW, then i am safe?
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yes, i saw that, thank you for the information! i let him know that if i am to go ANY further with this project, i need a laser meter to detune to lasers down to 4mW or less. im sure these 532 DPSS lasers are over 5mW, they emit a slightly visible beam, even in daylight.

if i am understanding this correctly, if the lasers are under 4mW, then i am safe?
For a single individual laser --yes.

You need to find out what wavelengths will work with your customers "green screen" dircet diode green laser are not 532nm--they are 515nm or 520nm---probably the only green you can use for your purposes is a 515 10mW see: https://sites.google.com/site/dtrlpf...en-laser-diode Ask DTR ---if you are going to drive multiples of them 10 or 100 or whatever you will need a lot of drivers with the features you want for dimming. not just diodes . modules heat sinks and lenses and one or more DC power supplies/sources.--is going to get complicated fast

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^^^ Good point ^^^
I was referring to a single Laser beam..

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You need to find out what wavelengths will work with your customers "green screen" dircet diode green laser are not 532nm--they are 515nm or 520nm---probably the only green you can use for your purposes is a 515 10mW see: https://sites.google.com/site/dtrlpf...en-laser-diode Ask DTR ---if you are going to drive multiples of them 10 or 100 or whatever you will need a lot of drivers with the features you want for dimming. not just diodes . modules heat sinks and lenses and a sigle power source.--is going to get complicated fast
this is exactly the laser diode/driver combination i was looking at. DTR's 10mW 515nm with driver and body/glass lenses. maybe ill see if he can hook a few up to his power supply and see if they dim at the same rate... doesnt seem like a very complicated thing, but lasers are unlike anything i have ever worked with... its not simple like cutting steel, and then welding it to other steel...

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interesting... i wonder how to go about looking into this... because ill make sure the lasers are under 4mW each, but a total for the entire unit would be 40mW... BUT on the same token, they currently have a device, that is being replaced by what i am designing that uses like 4 or 5 rows of 8 lasers per row. the problem with their current device is that each one must be turned on, and each one must have its batteries changed every hour. its a HUGE pain in the ass to set up, whereas mine is WAY easier.

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Maybe these guys or similar can help guide you : Laser Product Safety - Premier Laser & LED Safety Testing. Specialists in Laser Safety Testing, LEDs, IEC 62471, FDA Laser Classification, CDRH, IEC 60825, Laser Safety, LED Safety, Class 1 Laser, IEC Safety Regulations
this is actually a very good place to start... ask someone who deals with this stuff on the daily, and see if they have any concerns or whatever with the device that i am building...

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^^^ Good point ^^^
I was referring to a single Laser beam..

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its a 10 laser assembly for use in movies/shows. it allows for tracking during use with a green screen during the editing process. it gives the editor a point of reference.

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thats hilarious! i actually put the whole thing together last night, without the lasers in it, and thought 'hell... im going to call this "Medusa"! then my Wife pipes up 'because you cant look at it?' and i freaking lost it haha!

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this is exactly the laser diode/driver combination i was looking at. DTR's 10mW 515nm with driver and body/glass lenses. maybe ill see if he can hook a few up to his power supply and see if they dim at the same rate... doesnt seem like a very complicated thing, but lasers are unlike anything i have ever worked with... its not simple like cutting steel, and then welding it to other steel...

thats hilarious! i actually put the whole thing together last night, without the lasers in it, and thought 'hell... im going to call this "Medusa"! then my Wife pipes up 'because you cant look at it?' and i freaking lost it haha!

Can Project Medusa use any other wavelength?

If not you need to find out if 515nm will work with a "green screen" instead of 532nm green --they are quite different.

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Have a good stay
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It is a SPAMed copy of your post #14 in thread: https://laserpointerforums.com/f37/n...ml#post1508058

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If not you need to find out if 515nm will work with a "green screen" instead of 532nm green --they are quite different.
I will have to see. As long as its faint, i dont think it should matter too much. The green dot on the green fabric would kind of dissipate, wouldnt it? The aim of this project is just for specifically placed dots on the greenscreen so the editor has a couple reference points to work with...

Also:

Working on making my first handheld laser body. Using 6061 aluminum leftovers from Medusa's heat sink body build.

Im learning more techniques with my lathe too, so im getting a few birds stoned at once. Ill try to post pics, but may have to edit them when i get back home.

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Sorry if this comes of as rude but you are getting upset at me for offering some trusted websites.
Keaton this will be your fist and last warning from me.
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