Get a green array and send it!!!
I could build you a mildly thick red beacon if that interests you, A deep blue could be managed with a projector array, it just depends on what you really want as so much is possible
Possible the Ruida can not properly write the required code for laser power. Download a file off the keypad, and open it on your computer, compare it to the computers file and play find the difference?
You need a diode, heat sink, wires, a driver, and a power source, likely batteries, also a enclosure, maybe a switch.
Also, Unown, I bet you could never guess my age based on my postings. But its definitely important to keep the youth safe!
Restated, how old are you OP?
Hey!! Welcome to the forums!
First off, its great to have a new member that cares for their own safety! We're here to help ya with any queries you may have, and always happy to help you understand what you may not in the world of lasers!
Have fun with those LEP's, and always be safe! I...
Blue and green lasers are going to be exactly the same for burning, if they are the same wattage, but blue diodes come in higher wattages. They'll both go further than the eye can see with provided wattage, but a green beam is much more 'visible' and will Appear brighter to your eye!
Honestly, they will all burn. Its all about preference! If you want a crazy powerful boring blue, hit the 7W
If you want a pretty and stunning 5W, Id so go for the 470!!
If you want a bright intense green beam which is probably visible in daylight, hell, get the 1.6W green
Id personally go...
Personally Id go for the 470nm blue, mostly because Teal is my favorite color, and I have enough strong blues, second would be the green since I dont have any strong greens yet, but personally its your choice and you must be safe, for what purpose do you want a high power laser?
If youre too broke to play with green lasers like me,
Get these, they work spectacularly, I have the same ones. I play mostly with 405-450 nm lasers, 50w+. They also protect me from my 636...