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4,5mW to 20mW-34mW. Beam difference and Eye Damage?

kloppo

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Erstmal Hallo Leider ist mein Englisch sehr schlecht .

Ich habe mir den Laserglow Galileo gekauft. Der hat 4,5 mW. (https://www.laserglow.com/GGA)
Ich möchte mir nun einen kaufen der etwas stärker ist und wo man den Strahl in der Nacht noch deutlicher sieht. Ich habe mir diesen rausgesucht: Laserglow Aries 20. Er hat 20mW-34mW. (https://www.laserglow.com/GAR)
Meine Frage ist der Strahl von 4,5 zu 20-34mW deutlich besser in der Nacht zu sehen?
Und brauche ich eine Brille? Ich habe gehört 30mW währen gerade noch so die grenzen um einen Treffer ins Auge zu bekommen ohne das etwas passiert?



First Hello : D Sorry my english is very bad .

I bought the Laserglow Galileo, 4.5 mW. ( https://www.laserglow.com/GGA )
I now want to buy a slightly stronger and where we see the beam at night even clearer to me . I have picked out these : Laserglow Aries 20, 20mW - 34mW. ( https://www.laserglow.com/GAR )
My question: is the beam from 4.5 to 20-34mW a big difference at night ?
Do I need a pair of glasses? I heard 30mW are the border to get a hit in my eyes?
 

gozert

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No offence mate, but you're the third one in two days that I have to explain not to make new threads if you didn't get the desired answers in your previous thread. Anything over 5mW is potentially dangerous to get a direct hit from in your eyes. Just get a higher powered laser and a pair of safety goggles, or keep your current laser.
 
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mortuus

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Yes there is a difference, anything over 10mW u dont want a direct hit in your eyes really but as long u dont shine the laser at anything reflective u dont need glasses really.
 




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