An important difference with smartphones that suggests that batteries can be stored inside the laser is that lasers usually have a mechanical switch that opens the circuit and physically disconnects the battery, no?
Thanks for all the info Len!
Unfortunately, one thing for sure is that I won't be able to enjoy it this year (for many reasons).
I know a little bit about the investment it takes to organize this kind of gathering, so I sincerely cross my fingers that you can get together and share this...
Great proposal, thank you! It would be a great time and a great time to meet people!
However, with the current difficulties to travel internationally...
Here, we have quite a few events that have been cancelled for the summer period.
Anyway, I hope to be able to enjoy them by videos !
Thank you paul1598419 !
Wouha, a gold mine this Sam's Laser FAQ ! How did I miss it?!?!...
Thanks a lot !
The French regulation is... strict and permissive...
In theory :
All lasers must be in compliance.
Everyone has the right to own and use a laser ≤5mW.
New member on LPF, but long-time reader of the forum.
I learned a lot on this forum, so thanks to all those who make it live with their knowledge, creations, patience and good mood!
English is not my native language, so in advance please forgive my mistakes in the language.