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Yes even though divergence is pretty band in real life the red beam outside at night is still stunning. The big lonf dash kinda gives it a unique look. Also the beam looks really full at night. Although a single mode 1W plus 638 would be quite amazing


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Thanks for the nice comparison. The 520 doesn't really look much different than the 532nm. I've always thought the 520's were much worse or had twice the divergence, but I don't see it here.
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Thanks for the nice comparison. The 520 doesn't really look much different than the 532nm. I've always thought the 520's were much worse or had twice the divergence, but I don't see it here.

the divergence of this 520nm diode is quite amazing !!! its actually about 4 times better then the 532nm
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the divergence of this 520nm diode is quite amazing !!! its actually about 4 times better then the 532nm
Is that 520 single mode? Which diode is it? Great divergence!!!
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I am not sure about the divergence being comparable to a 532nm any more.
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Good comparison, I never imagined that the 638nm will look like this compared to the others!
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the 532nm is 100mw
the 520nm is 215mw
the 445nm is 1700mw with 3 element
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Something must be wrong with my 445 then. The 'dot' is about as big as that red line, but twice as thick as the 445 dot (even bigger tbh). At 1 meter...

It's more like a flashlight than a laser, surely it can't be correct? Just received it in the mail this morning, at work now so can't test/show pics.

It's SF501b 1.4w so shouldn't be that bad.
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Koff, I saw that link, mine doesn't do that.
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Something must be wrong with my 445 then. The 'dot' is about as big as that red line, but twice as thick as the 445 dot (even bigger tbh). At 1 meter...

It's more like a flashlight than a laser, surely it can't be correct? Just received it in the mail this morning, at work now so can't test/show pics.

It's SF501b 1.4w so shouldn't be that bad.
You um... You sure you have the lens in?
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awesome just awesome. I love the "red" diodes for the color... The single modes are obviously much better!!!! Thanks for sharing this
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Yep, sounds like a normal multimode red laser! They have a huge wide line output compared to blue multimode diodes.
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Divergence Calculator: pseudonomen137's JScript mRad Calculator - Measure your lasers beam dia. at 1 foot & then 20'.

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