- Jan 9, 2019
And what is the shipping price on jet lasers
I will get the 520 nm not dpss 532nmThey won't keep full power output for very long, when they warm up from running them a minute or two, the power begins to drop, if too cold, the power drops, maybe half of the rated output or less whether too cold or too warm. If far too cold, hardly any output at all, same if far too warm. Optotronics makes one which is more stable, but also more $. The only fully stable DPSS laser pointer I am aware of was made by Laserglow, the Hercules has a TEC built in to keep the crystal at a stable temperature, but again, even more $ if you can even get your hands on one due to import restrictions in some countries.
I have a dpss laser now but its 3 years old and the lens is scrached alot its using arcrilic lens.I think you should get both, and see for yourself. Which one first? The 520 nm is good, but a beam expander is a must if you want the beam to stay fairly tight for a long distance, otherwise without at least 3 X expansion, it won't hold very tight, is actually awful in that regard without a beam expander. The only thing is some people don't like a fat beam, with the beam expander the beam will be thicker than a DPSS laser, so it won't appear as brilliant coming out of the pointer, but in the far distance, will remain bright in the night sky, if you were to use it outside.
Some members refuse to use a laser outside, or point into the sky, that has it's own problems, if you accidentally flashed am aircraft and were caught, terrible fines and jail time. Others just don't want neighbors getting upset. I've been yelled at once by a neighbor who was annoyed to see the beam, even though it was not going in their direction.
Exactly.Why aren't asking JetLasers themselves? Have you tried messaging them and having issues?
Since your in Turkey I can't answer as i'm in the US..
Why do you keep asking this question ?And What is the shipping price on jetlasers