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Question What type is the laser from PSP2000?Can it burn ?

Hello,my bro gave the old PSP but it can still read disc and play normally ,So how powerfull it is and can it light a match?


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Default Re: What type is the laser from PSP2000?Can it burn ?

Probably 10mW or so, invisible, and no, it won't burn anything.
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Probably 10mW or so, invisible, and no, it won't burn anything.
for the info,oh well,maybe even getting it to work is harder
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Default Re: What type is the laser from PSP2000?Can it burn ?

PSPs use UMD which is basically a mini-DVD. Wavelength is 660nm which is red. Power will be very low though.
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