Not 50w, It's 2w...Hi everyone
Today i find a new lpm (with me) any who use it, please tell your quality
They are listed as 50w (range from 10mw-50w)
5 second countdown for a single shot up to 250w or it can run continuous for up to 8w.I looked at both sensors and they seem to have more in common than differences. I would be very cautious buying a LPM from a Chinese seller as we have been duped before with these. That one that is rated for 250 watts doesn't seem to have the heat sinking necessary to measure powers that high. Is it for pulsed lasers only?
They are available many versions, 2w, 6w, 20w (with the smallest 1mw) and 50w with the smallest 10mw.Not 50w, It's 2w...
That video shows the same LPM enclosure
Seems like I wasn't the only one to noticeThat video that you linked in your second post, shows toutan has no idea what he's doing when it comes to measuring the output of a laser with an LPM.
You should never put the laser so close to the sensor, to get your readings, as a matter of fact, I think he put the laser right up against the sensor housing!
I wouldn't be suprised if that lasers output was only half of what he was seeng.