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Will be building a red laser from the LPC 815 sled. So i ordered the zonestealth 650nm goggles (laser2go), and they have OD4+ from 635 - 650.

So i read somewhere that these diodes can even emit up to 660nm. Running at 400mA, will this be a problem?


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Will be building a red laser from the LPC 815 sled. So i ordered the zonestealth 650nm goggles (laser2go), and they have OD4+ from 635 - 650.

So i read somewhere that these diodes can even emit up to 660nm. Running at 400mA, will this be a problem?
I've heard that red laser goggles can protect up to 665nm
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yeah well as i've read here on the forum it's never sure because they are uncertified, i will just have to test them with my camera how much light gets through. Luckily these don't emit IR tho.
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[quote author=Phorze link=1235985107/0#0 date=1235985107]Will be building a red laser from the LPC 815 sled. So i ordered the zonestealth 650nm goggles (laser2go), and they have OD4+ from 635 - 650.

So i read somewhere that these diodes can even emit up to 660nm. Running at 400mA, will this be a problem?
I've heard that red laser goggles can protect up to 665nm *[/quote]
It depends on the goggles themselves.
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