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    Looking for 520-550nm 50-80mW in specific mount/host powered by 12v dc

    This ( ebay.com/itm/132958757353 ) is basically what I'm looking for but I have no idea what the actual spec of something like this might be. Does anyone have any leads on a reputable source for something like this? Could be something else too, my essential need is that I can add my own power...
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    Brightest laser for daytime photography that is safe to not start a fire

    Should mention the distance the laser needs to cover is only about 20 yards.
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    Brightest laser for daytime photography that is safe to not start a fire

    I'm trying to photograph a line drawn with a laser during a dark overcast day. My basic understanding is that 555nm is brightest in daylight and 100mw+ is strong enough to start a fire. So, I want something that is less than 100mw. Am I on the right track? Is this simply not possible with this...
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    Help with 980nm safety

    Thank you, this makes sense.
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    Help with 980nm safety

    LOL, I actually bought it several months before the outbreak, but who knows what else could be on it...
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    Help with 980nm safety

    As a new user I can't link to the ebay page, maybe you can copy/paste: ebay dot com/itm/980nm-100mW-IR-Dot-Focusable-Laser-Diode-Module-w-Driver-Board-12V-Adapter/133200323603?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649
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    Help with 980nm safety

    I think my concern is how do I know the laser I bought is actually 980nm and safe with these goggles? Would it be safe to start a long exposure, turn on the laser and shine it through the goggles, turn off the laser and end the exposure? This should show if the laser is correctly blocked by the...
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    Help with 980nm safety

    The idea is to draw a line across the canyon wall at a distance of no more than 100 yards. I've included an image of the goggles which state printed on them: "For viewing of diffuse laser light only. OD 7 @ 190-380nm, 3-4 @ 740-785nm, 5+ @ 785-1063nm, 7+ @ 4064nm, 5 @ 10600nm"
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    Help with 980nm safety

    Noob here. I'm looking to create art utilizing a laser in the landscape. First and foremost I want to be safe for myself, others and the environment. I have already purchased a laser and safety glasses but I realized I don't know if I am being safe. I have chosen not to power on the laser until...





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