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Default Re: Turn your 5mw laser into 100mw. Has anyone tried this?

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well it locked on for the longest time at 1.98 and 7.31 and that's obv dependent of the decimal place as I could switch it to read 19.8 or .198 if I wanted.... That's why I put the approximate symbol in front of my numbers as it obviously fluctuate slightly


oh and to answer what I was using it is my roommates laser measuring device. I don't know what it is but it looks almost identical to this one except with red number display and it also has a computer program of some sort.

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If it is your roommate's LPM why don't you ask him what it
is and when it was last calibrated and against what ??
I'm curious...
BTW where are you situated on the globe


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Default Re: Turn your 5mw laser into 100mw. Has anyone tried this?

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If it is your roommate's LPM why don't you ask him what it
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I'm curious...
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ok I can ask.... and I'm located in Kansas (usa)
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Default Re: Turn your 5mw laser into 100mw. Has anyone tried this?

been over 2 weeks now and it's still running strong. Been using it daily. However, it did drop from around 73mw to 68ish.
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still going. 69mw today.
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